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Prestige Deluxe Stainless Steel Pressure Cookers
Prestige Pressure cookers are one the fastest and easier ways to cook any hot food. These Prestige Deluxe Stainless Steel Pressure Cookers come in a fully assembled fashion and are ideal for both home use and cooking in bulk quantities. This cooker will also come with a very detailed instructional booklet, safety valve, and manufacturer's warranty. This cooker is easy to clean and has a heavy bottom which means nothing will stick to it.
Designed to give you more body capacity as compared to normal outer lid pressure cooker.
Comes with a first time 2-in-1 safety device called PI (Pressure Indicator). The device will rise while there is pressure inside the cooker and will come down when there is no pressure thus indicating that it is now safe to open the vessel.
Uses best quality virgin aluminium with stronger lugs and thick base to give your cooker a safe and long life.
Enables "Separator Cooking" , a more hygienic form of cooking to retain the nutritional value and taste of food while enabling you to cook 3 dishes at a time.
ISI certified - conforms to international quality standards.
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56 of 58 found the following review helpful:
You will love itJan 24, 2011
This company has been selling aluminium cookers in India for many years. But only recently did they start selling these stainless steel cookers. I do not have much appreciation for their aluminium cookers as they have design problems like the lid being too loose thereby steam escaping from the lid, worse still, water dripping from the sides of of the lid, or water jetting out from the pressure valve. After all the mess you would only pray your food is cooked to a level that you can eat. It keeps you guessing the kind of show it will put on. When you are really unlucky that day, the safety valve goes off, ending your dream of eating at home.
If you aren't like me you would never buy another cooker from them but me being myself I did. This is the best cooker I have used so far. They took the guessing game out of cooking now. The safety valve is different, the lid snuggles in tightly and the pressure forms very quickly and almost guaranteed to come out of the pressure valve only. The ease of cleaning is noteworthy too. I am having fun again cooking and have forgiven the company for all the bad experiences.
29 of 30 found the following review helpful:
Excellent Quality Pressure CookerApr 20, 2009
I have been using prestige pressure cooker for almost daily for my cooking from past 3yrs. & had a wonderful experience till now. Not a single complain. Best quality product. Easy to clean up. Heavy bottom, which means nothing sticks to it. I just Love it,Love it!
24 of 25 found the following review helpful:
Amazingly whistling cookerMar 28, 2011
This is a great product. Unlike many other pressure cookers we don't have to look for cook time. we can just rely on the number of whistles. It takes 3-4 whistles for beef, 2-3 whistles for chicken, 3 for white and 4 for brown rice depends on how tender you want your food to be. A Great buy.
11 of 11 found the following review helpful:
Great, reliable and affordableAug 21, 2010
Bought this about 3-4 years ago and never had any problems. Cooks and cleans up very well. Easy to use!
8 of 8 found the following review helpful:
Perfect, Except for "Whistler"Jul 20, 2013
By Andrew Campbell
This pressure cooker is constructed very well and doesn't have the over complicated handle locking mechanism that is so prone to cause problems with other brands. I would rate this as a 5 star cooker if it had a "jiggler" type weight, because I use the sound to adjust the heat. This "whistler" don't jiggle and all at once dumps a massive amount of steam, very dangerous in my opinion, if you happen to be reaching over the cooker when it dumps with no warning you get sprayed with steam and hot water drops. The only reason that I can see that this would be an advantage is if you lived in a world without clocks, you could "time" your cooking by the "whistles"; should be called a steam dump, but that don't sound as good. I live in a world with clocks everywhere, so give me a jiggler any day.
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