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At Sistema® we pride ourselves in creating high quality reusable products that add style and functionality to your everyday.
Step 1: It all starts in New Zealand
Sistema® products are made at our state-of-the-art factory in New Zealand.
Step 2: Considered Product Design
We design high quality reusable food storage, on-the-go and hydration products.
Step 3: Material
We use the highest quality food grade BPA free materials electronically delivered to each machine.
Step 4: Factory
A combination of our state-of-the-art machinery and a skilled workforce bring our products to life.
Step 5: Tooling
Tooling is designed onsite by our skilled team.
Step 6: Automation
To streamline the manufacturing process we utilize custom engineered robotics.
Step 7: Ship
We are proud to ship our New Zealand made products to over 110 countries around the world.
What Is the Sistema Microwave Bowl?
This handy bowl is designed to conveniently cook noodles in the microwave, and can also be used to reheat pasta, stews, and soup.
The sleek and stylish bowl is designed with a lid that has vents for steam release, as well as cool-to-touch tabs which make it easy to lift.
Made from 100% virgin plastic, this soup bowl is dishwasher-safe. The material also makes it safe to store your food in the fridge or freezer.
Key ingredients to a good noodle sauce
This sauce recipe is similar to what my mom likes to use for her dry noodles which include these ingredients:
1. Can I store the unused dough? Yes, of course. Once you divide the dough into 4 portions, wrap the unused dough and refrigerate. Thaw to room temperature before use.
2. Why is the sauce too watery for my noodles? In this recipe, I added vegetable broth along with other ingredients to create a flavorful sauce. To avoid sauce being too thin:
3. What can I substitute for tofu and mushrooms? Soy mince or seitan crumbles are great to get the ‘meaty’ texture. To replace the umami flavors of mushrooms, you can add sauteéd fresh tomatoes for the sauce.
4. Is there a gluten-free option? Yes, I tested one serving noodle with a gluten-free flour blend and it worked great. I must say, the noodles are not as chewy and more on the softer side. So, cook the gluten-free noodles properly or they will break easily.
5. How do I make the tofu look crumbly as pictured? Firm tofu is the key to create that crumbly look. First, press the tofu or drain out as much liquid out as possible. Then, in a non-stick pan, mash the tofu into crumbles. Cook tofu over low to medium heat by stirring continuously. Once the tofu turns slightly brown and dry, add a drizzle of oil (adjust oil depending on tofu volume) and continue to cook until golden brown and dry.
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