Morphy Richards Equip 6 Litre Steel Pressure Cooker £33.32 @ argos
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Morphy Richards Equip 6 Litre Steel Pressure Cooker £33.32 @ argos

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Found 16th Sep 2014
Pressure cooking will enable you to produce healthy meals in a fraction of the time normally taken. Pulses do not need overnight soaking. The quick cooking in a minimum of water retains vitamins. Tough meat is a thing of the past. Full meals can be cooked in one pan, only one pan to wash up.
Aluminium.
Pressure cooker features:
6 litre capacity.
Aluminium interior.
Cool-touch handles.
Aluminium lid.
Mechanical lock prevents the lid from being opened when the contents are under pressure.
Suitable for hob types electric, gas, ceramic, halogen, induction and solid hotplates.
Dishwasher safe pot.
Manufacturer's 10 year guarantee.

15 Comments

I think that Argos have made a mistake with the description, there's no mention of aluminium on the Amazon website (where it's the same price).

Original Poster

dwl99

I think that Argos have made a mistake with the description, there's no … I think that Argos have made a mistake with the description, there's no mention of aluminium on the Amazon website (where it's the same price).

I just found its mentioned its not almunium in the review! But not sure yet.

fake original price. usually cost around 45£

vitalik88

fake original price. usually cost around 45£

if not aluminium

Love my pressure cooker,worth every penny.

same price on amazon delivered, if you can't get it in your Argos. And it is Stainless Steel rather than aluminium.

I paid about 28 quid for this pressure cooker about a year ago at the Range. It is stainless steel and worth every penny. It is just a little bit heavy. Beef cooked in 20 minutes, chicken in 10minutes. I think Argos made a mistake in description because aluminium is not suitable for induction hobs right

not a deal

Banned

hawkins futura branded are the best.

Is there a link for Amazon?...I can't find it

RRP is funny... is it legal to inflate it in UK?

just hate being cheated by inflated rrp that's all

Has anyone tried cooking kfc style chicken ,using oil instead of water in one of these.

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neiljw

Has anyone tried cooking kfc style chicken ,using oil instead of water in … Has anyone tried cooking kfc style chicken ,using oil instead of water in one of these.

not yet

neiljw

Has anyone tried cooking kfc style chicken ,using oil instead of water in … Has anyone tried cooking kfc style chicken ,using oil instead of water in one of these.


Bad idea, you need a pressure fryer for that. Pressure cookers aren't designed for it, it can be extremely dangerous.
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