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BACK IN STOCK - Russell Hobbs 4 litre pressure cooker - half price now £15.00 Online @ Asda
BACK IN STOCK - Russell Hobbs 4 litre pressure cooker - half price now  £15.00 Online @ Asda

BACK IN STOCK - Russell Hobbs 4 litre pressure cooker - half price now £15.00 Online @ Asda

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WAS £30.00 now £15.00
Back in stock at Asda Direct.
FREE DELIVERY TO STORE at the moment as part of a celebration of 21 years of George.
Seems to come back into stock now and then but sells out quickly as it is half price.
Great for stews and using cheap cuts of meat.

Product blurb
Four litre pressure cooker in aluminium, 10 year guarantee on body and lid, with easy open and close lid. This scale has a pressure ready indicator, auto locking mechanism. The faster cooking locks in vitamins, so you can cook and eat healthy meals. Suitable for gas, electric and solid plate hobs.

Colour Aluminium
Type Pressure Cooker
Range Classic
Material Aluminium
Dimensions 2
Additional Features 10 year guarantee
Dishwasher Safe 1
Microwave Safe 3
Freezer Safe 10
Capacity 4 L

13 Comments

Does anyone know what PSI this model goes to? I want one for pressure frying chicken but need 12psi minimum to make it worth it. Yes, I know the risks but there aren't any if you do some simple maths.

EDIT: It looks like this is the same as the Tower one in Argos, but £5 cheaper. A lot of good reviews.

argos.co.uk/sta…htm

thanks sazzlebob i am looking for one of this.

Best kept kitchen secret...the pressure cooker!! Go buy one............

Original Poster

we were given one for Christmas and I can't live without it now - such a cheap way to eat decent food!

Ordered one.

So, what exactly are the advantages of a pressure cooker? I've never used one.

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hugekebab

So, what exactly are the advantages of a pressure cooker? I've never used … So, what exactly are the advantages of a pressure cooker? I've never used one.



Fast cooking and the quality of the food thus cooked (for the right foods). You cook foods in liquid or curries/stews etc and because you've got a sealed lid (with safety valve) the pressure builds up and the liquid boils at more than 100 degrees C, hence faster cooking and tender meat. BUT not suitable for everything.

I would strongly advice against those aluminium pots (and especially pressure cooker). A stainless steel pressure cooker is frequently on offer in Aldi or Lidl for £29.99. It's worth the extra money for your health. (and don't cook in aluminium foil either). Of course it's not "scientifically proven", but no aluminium pots are sold in the rest of the EU (just in the UK). Wouldn't this make you think?

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Out of stock, again...

pet2000

I would strongly advice against those aluminium pots (and especially … I would strongly advice against those aluminium pots (and especially pressure cooker). A stainless steel pressure cooker is frequently on offer in Aldi or Lidl for £29.99. It's worth the extra money for your health. (and don't cook in aluminium foil either). Of course it's not "scientifically proven", but no aluminium pots are sold in the rest of the EU (just in the UK). Wouldn't this make you think?



yes, I chickened out after reading the stuff about Alzheimer's
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