Tramontina Pressure Cooker 6 Litre with Steamer Basket
Pressure cooking is a way of cooking food in liquid using a gasket-sealed pan to retain steam and build pressure. By increasing the pressure inside the pan, the boiling point of the liquid in the pressure cooker is raised to 110°C to 118°C, some 10°C to 18°C higher than normal boiling point. The increased temperature of the water and steam causes the fibres of the food to break down more quickly, and shortens the cooking time by up to 70 per cent. Manufactureed from 18/10 Stainless Steel this unit includes a steamer basket.
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