TODAY’S PATENT – STEAM COOKING APPLIANCE
The STEAM COOKING APPLIANCE was invented by John C. K. Sham (Hong Kong) on 28th of March 1995, bearing the patent number US5400701A.
This invention relates generally to devices for steam cooking food in the home, and more particularly to an electrically powered steam cooking appliance that may be left to boil dry without burning or emitting foul odors.
A steam cooking appliance which enables food to be steam cooked while preventing condensate residue to be re-boiled again. The steam cooking appliance of the present invention provides a water containment basin defining a water reservoir and a condensate basin wherein the water reservoir is isolated from the condensate basin. The steam cooking appliance operates to enable water reservoir to remain free from condensate residue even after boiling dry. The present invention provides an electric steam cooking appliance which segregates condensed water drippings from the original steam source.