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Morphy Richards Pressure Cooker, 6 L - Stainless Steel £29.99 @ Amazon

£29.99 @ Amazon
Durable polished stainless steel body Impact bonded encapsulated base for a rapid heat Ergonomic long handle with helper handle Generous 6 L capacity ideal for creating delicious home cooked … Read More
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5m, 3w agoFound 5 months, 3 weeks ago
Durable polished stainless steel body

Impact bonded encapsulated base for a rapid heat

Ergonomic long handle with helper handle

Generous 6 L capacity ideal for creating delicious home cooked dishes

Suitable for all hob types including induction. 10 years guarantee
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5m, 3w agoFound 5 months, 3 weeks ago
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#1
Good Price....
No better time to start pressure cooking...could not be without mine..todays cookers have moved way beyond the old type
The only down side is they are heavy when filled with food...so I load as near as I can to the stove and empty the same
For me slow cooking just takes to long....if I want a good hot meal I can have it prepared and cooked within the hour
you can even use frozen meat and veg....safely ;)
#2
Fantastic find. Heat from me. It's hard to find a pressure cooker of this volume at suck a great price. Best thing I ever bought. Cut you gas bills. Buy this xxx
#3
best kitchen accessory I'v ever had
#4
:)Thanks Op
#5
I bought one of these a while ago but haven't used it yet, mainly because there aren't any proper recipes in the instructions. Can anyone recommend any places to look?
#6
dwl99
I bought one of these a while ago but haven't used it yet, mainly because there aren't any proper recipes in the instructions. Can anyone recommend any places to look?
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#7
Break up your turkey bones, add those bits of veg in the bottom of your fridge, a bay leaf and some peppercorns, fill up to the safety mark with water and let it steam away for an hour. You will have stock that is so gelatinous and delicious!
Bargain price, I paid way more than that for my 6 L.
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"After 16 months of extremely satisfactory use seal ruptured and the ends blew out through one of the gaps in the crenellations in the lid. Total, almost instant discharge of contents - full load Scotch broth - mess was appalling; soup an veg bits covered all walls floor and ceiling; pools of soup on surface opposite.
Assumed it was a faulty seal and got a new one. Again, blew out on first use, this time stretching and loops of seal blown out through 3 of the gaps in the crenellations.
This is a clearly a design fault - the seal always seemed rather flimsy compared with the Prestige seals I was used to.
Looking at some of the other one star reviews, seems I'm not alone. Must read every 1 star review before buying anything else.

Anyway, after about 12 hours solid cleaning each time, I've had it with MR's attempts at a seal. A shame as most of the design is superb. Will of course report this to MR.
22cm seal. Wonder if I could get one from a different manufacturer which is man enough for the job? Otherwise, it's scrap. Couldn't sell or give it on and sleep easy

Prestige 96461LL is the same nominal size; very much more robust. Used a couple of times no problem, will update in a few months."


I'd rather avoid the Scotch broth blowout!
#9
Just so you are all aware I bought this same item yesterday in Morrisons for £25 been looking for a while and just passed it while agopping

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