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Buying Guide: This snap on pasta strainer will be your new favorite kitchen gadget
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Buying Guide: This snap on pasta strainer will be your new favorite kitchen gadget

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Regular colanders do their job just fine. They strain out water from pasta or remove extra sauce from stir fried dishes. But sometimes a better mousetrap comes along—and that’s where this snap on strainer from Kitchen Gizmo comes in.

How It Works

This silicone colander from Kitchen Gizmo snaps on to most standard sized pots and pans so you can simply tip and pour out excess liquid into the sink. The compact design is perfect for working with limited counter space, and unlike traditional strainers, this silicone colander can be folded or rolled up for more compact storage.

Safe and Durable

When it comes to anything that’s touching your food, safety is the most important. This silicone pasta strainer is completely BPA-free, and the high-quality material will withstand heavy foods and hot temperatures. It’s also easy to clean since it’s dishwasher safe.

Why Customers Love It

Amazon customers love this silicone clip-on colander from Kitchen Gizmo giving it an average rating of 4.5 stars with more than 1,000 reviews. Customers loved that the strainer kept steam away from their hands while they poured out extra water and that very little food stuck to the silicone. One customer even mentioned that they threw away their traditional strainers once they had this clip-on strainer.

Kitchen Gizmo Snap N Strain Strainer available from Amazon

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