Why and How to cook in a Pressure Cooker

Pressure Cookers with special lids allow food to spread much faster and healthier, as you can use much less fat while the food will still be delicious.

They are extremely useful when you don’t have time and with them, you can prepare everything from large pieces of meat to great variations.

 

How Pressure Cookers work

Pressure Cookers are made of stainless steel with a thick bottom and a special lid equipped with a rubber seal and a safety valve.

As the pan heats up, the liquid inside the pot creates steam that raises the temperature in the pot by up to 120 degrees Celsius, and the food cooks much faster.

The lid itself closes tightly when it reaches a certain temperature, and that is preventing steam and contents from leaking out of the pot. The safety valve on the pot releases smaller amounts of steam in a controlled manner, thus regulating the temperature and, over time, the pressure in the pot, so its preventing the possibility of an explosion.

If you follow the rules of use, as, after all, I guess you do with all other devices, it is not dangerous. When handling and maintaining such a pot, it is extremely important to make sure that the valve is always well cleaned and properly installed, that the rubber seal is well placed and that you do not put too much or too little liquid in the pot.

 

 

Nowadays, we have a wide selection of Pressure Cookers from basic ones that are heated to savings, all the way to electric ones.

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