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Black 5-qt. Electric Pressure Cooker by Deni
The Deni Pressure Cooker is safe and simple to use. Cook fork tender stew in 30 minutes, roasts in under an hour, and fruits and vegetables in minutes. Put the ingredients in the pot, set the timer, a...; See complete description »
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Four safety features: 1) The locking pin prevents the lid from being opened while under pressure 2) The unit will automatically shut off when the pressure has exceeded its max 3) The pressure regulator knob will be forced upward if the pressure exceeds its max 4) The inner cooking pot will be forced down and the pressure will escape between the inner pot and the rubber gasket Pressurized steam cooks healthy meals in much less time than convectional cooking methods Great for a variety of meals – chicken, roasts, stew, chili, etc. High and low pressure cooking, keep warm, slow cook, steam, and brown Condensation reservoir collects extra liquid Cool touch, brushed stainless steel housing Easy to clean Unit includes: removable 5 qt. non-stick cooking pot, condensation reservoir, and instruction book with cooking times and recipes
Electric Pressure Cooker
I have bought the electric Pressure cooker because my other Brand name one had worped and burned my beans !!
After trying this one I will never buy any other , it does so much, warming, cooking , slow cooking etc., Plus you do not have to stand next to it all the time because the Heat regulation , it does all on its own;
This Pressure cooker is so good that I even would trust my Husband, or Grandma with it; Just put the food in , set the program and off you go ;
I love my electric Pressure cooker;
If you do not try it you do not know what your missing and the price is better than the regular Pressure cookers
Tender and Juicy every time
I've never used one of these before, and I know they have stove top versions, but I REALLY like this one. So simple to use and food comes out great. I've been doing chicken breasts and they come out tender and juicy every time. I also cook my veggies and potatoes and they are flavorful.
I think what I like best is that it's automatic and you don't have to stand there and watch it. I can set cooking time and walk away and it will finish on its own.
I told my mom about this and she told me that pressure cookers were all the rage in the 50's before microwave ovens were invented. I totally prefer the quality of food that comes out of my pressure cooker over the microwave any day. I recently cooked beef ribs and they were tender and juicy.
I highly recommend this product.
This is my second experience with a pressure cooker. The first one was much more expensive and no where near as good. I am enjoying using this appliance and it is such a time saver. Great buy!23 of 35 users found this helpful. Was it helpful to you? Yes | No Report Violation »
Great Pressure Cooker
My husband and I are quite impressed with our new pressure cooker. We've tried 3 recipes--chicken and beef and all came out wonderfully delicious. The chicken sort of melts in your mouth and the beef was sooo tender. Easy to use and quiet. You won't be disappointed! Wish it came with a trivet and 7" springform pan to fit in the pressure cooker."19 of 29 users found this helpful. Was it helpful to you? Yes | No Report Violation »
A pressure cooker AND a slow cooker
What a great little combo this is! I've never had a pressure cooker before, being a long time slow cooker fan, but I thought I'd give it a try. Pressure cooking is good (especially for risotto!), but what I really like is that it is combined with a browner and a slow cooker. Many slow cook recipes require browning first which means another pan to wash. This eliminates that. I had two other crockpots which I relegated to my basement because this one is replacing them. In addition, the pot has a teflon surface which makes cleanup a breeze. I frequent cooked steal cut oats overnight in my old slow cooker, and at least a third of the oatmeal would be stuck to the ceramic sides. No more. And it automatically switches to the Warm mode when it is done.
My only complaint is that it doesn't come with a steamer insert and doesn't even have one available for purchase. This is pretty dumb considering that it has a steamer setting. For the price, it should have come with it.