Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Bialetti Pasta Pot Review & Gveaway







I was sent the Bialetti Pasta Pot for review in Orange Spice.

Upon opening the box I wasn't quite sure what to expect. The pot felt flimsy and my hubs was really skeptical. So not the case when we put this baby to test.




We currently have a much more expensive " Pasta Pot" that looses lots of our pasta when we drain it, so we really weren't sure how the Bialetti Pasta Pot would compare.

Hubs made regular ol spaghetti one night so we tested this bad boy out.

I am pleased to say that NO noodles escaped during draining :)

Here's a bit from Bialetti:

Cooking pasta or any type of food that needs draining just became a whole lot safer and easier.Our innovative and colorful "Trends" pasta pots feature a locking built-in strainer that makes draining the water safe and easy. The unique shape of our new pasta pot is designed to handle spaghetti and lasagne noodles without the need of breaking them.

Put away your old colander - simply lock the innovative lid with built-in strainer and drain hot water safe and easy. Made from aluminum, the pasta pot allows perfect heat conduction and the non-stick interior ensures evenly cooked pasta every single time.

This large 5 Qt. pasta pot is available in Purple, Orange and Blue.


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capacity: 5 Qt.

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available colors: Purple / Blue / Orange / Red

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perfect for pasta, vegetables, potato or any food that needs to be drained

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built-in strainer eliminates need for colander

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innovative interlock feature makes draining water safe and easy

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unique shape is perfect for spaghetti and lasagne

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made from aluminum for perfect even heat conduction

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non-stick interior ensures perfect cooked pasta

We really love the Bialetti Pasta Pot, the locking lid as a strainer is a huge plus. I also like the fact that the handles really don't get to hot. I can pick the pot up right off the stove.

The Bialetti Pasta Pot retails for $39.95 and can be purchased HERE

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2 comments:

Tara Oliver said...

ooooo this looks fun! thanks for the great review. I don't see the Rafflecopter form working, though. maybe you can check on it? thanks! excited to enter!

Kimberly said...

This was made for my husband! He makes so many dirty dishes even while cooking the simplest things.