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Using a pressure cooker can help you lock in vitamins, giving you healthier food.

Aluminium.
Aluminium interior.
4 litre capacity.
Aluminium lid.
Phenolic handles.
1 pressure setting.
1 cook control settings.
1 cooking positions.
Faster cooking locks in vitamins.
Visual pressure indicator raises to indicate when cooker is at pressure.
Suitable for hob types electric, gas, ceramic, halogen and solid hotplates.
Dishwasher safe (pot only)
Free to reserve & collect
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daisymeisha102y, 8m agoFound 2 years, 8 months ago
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happy1 1 Like #1
Much underrated piece of kitchen equipment - fantastic results and very energy saving.
brianzion#2
Heat given great deal :
accusedgirl 1 Like #3
We used to have one of these, they are superb. I do want another one, but would prefer a stainless steel one, still a hot deal!!!!
RP3Xsuspended#4
can you please confirm if this pressure cooler makes a loud whistle noise once finished ?

Am looking for a more silent less heart attack noise one lol thx
getknk#5
happy1
Much underrated piece of kitchen equipment - fantastic results and very energy saving.
absolutely agree..
1. Saves hell lot of fuel.
2.Can be used for steaming various types of items using adapter.
2. Very good to cook indian style curries and beef..

Cons
1. Not sure if it has a washer type thing.. which goes bad in an year.
pibpob#6
getknk
Not sure if it has a washer type thing.. which goes bad in an year.
You mean a gasket? :) If it's made of silicone rubber it shouldn't perish.
Gollywood#7
The handles are a bit on the cheap/tacky side unfortunately. I have 2 Prestige pressure cookers - about 15 years old & they are absolutely solid, but they simply dont make them like they used to
MeteorMan#8
Doesn't aluminium leak toxins into food?

Hard-anodised aluminium is safe, but not regular aluminium like this one.
happy1#9
MeteorMan
Doesn't aluminium leak toxins into food?

Hard-anodised aluminium is safe, but not regular aluminium like this one.

Someone always comes out with the 'dont use soft aluminium cookware' when these things are on HUKD! Information link below...

http://askville.amazon.com/cast-aluminum-pots-quality-safe-cook/AnswerViewer.do?requestId=42159999

I think its fine...plus if you are really worried about it, remember never to eat out again as most commercial kitchens use giant 'soft aluminium' pots to cook large scale quantities.......

Edited By: happy1 on Aug 05, 2012 09:18
jaizan 1 Like #10
If anyone does know where a 4l STAINLESS pressure cooker is available at a reasonable price, please let us know. I've been looking for one for weeks.
Meathotukdeals#11
When i was a kid used to love pulling the heavy weight off the lid early..the steam looked just like the rockets from Space 1999! X) And never got it wrong (no food on the ceiling).
Midge#12
Thanks for the heads up, was about to order new bits for our existing prestige but a new one is costing very little extra. Cheers. :3



Midge
cath1510#13
jaizan
If anyone does know where a 4l STAINLESS pressure cooker is available at a reasonable price, please let us know. I've been looking for one for weeks.

this one is a 6L if its any help http://www.amazon.co.uk/Prestige-Smartplus-Stainless-Pressure-Cooker/dp/B0001GRI76/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1344173604&sr=8-1
jaizan#14
I've got a 6l pressure cooker and a 2l one (bought in India). Could do with a 4l one, in stainless. 6l is just too big.
cath1510#15
jaizan
I've got a 6l pressure cooker and a 2l one (bought in India). Could do with a 4l one, in stainless. 6l is just too big.

Here's a couple of 4L ones

http://www.amazon.co.uk/BEEM-F1000-650-X-Press-Pressure-Cooker/dp/B004EHE44S/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1344205947&sr=8-1

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Lacor-71874-4-CLASSIC-BRIDGE-PRESSURE-COOKER/dp/B003B1ZJLA/ref=pd_sim_sbs_kh_17
Phillthy#16
Can also be used as a makeshift autoclave.
Just saying.
simate#17
I quite fancy a pressure cooker, never used one though. The reviews on this one are somewhat poor though so I won't be buying this one.

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