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These instructions cover the following model: 53078 Aluminium High Dome Your cooker was quality checked before leaving the factory.Please check that you have all the correct parts.Your model is suitable for the heat sources shown below.
PRINCIPLES OF PRESSURE COOKING Under normal conditions water boils at a temperature of 100°C (212°F).This temperature is dictated by atmospheric pressure and cannot increase no matter how long boiling continues. The weight on your. Prestige Cooker increases the pressure inside the cooker which in turn raises the temperature at which the liquid boils. The result is faster cooking time because of the higher temperature obtained and at the same time the steam is forced through the food, cooking and tenderising it. The 12 lb weight supplied with your cooker is set to achieve a temperature of 117°C which is ideal for the majority of daily recipes.
If you have any difficulty in using your pressure cooker or if you require spare parts please contact our customer care helpline on 0151 482 8282 or alternatively please write to: Customer Services Department, Prestige Meyer Group Ltd, Prestige, Wirral International Business Park, Riverview Road, Bromborough, Wirral CH62 3RH who will either deal with your enquiry personally or direct you to your local Prestige distributor.
General rules for pressure cooking – Safety notice
Do not let children near the pressure cooker when in use.
Do not put the pressure cooker into a heated oven.
Move the pressure cooker under pressure with the greatest care.Do not touch hot surfaces. Use the handles and knobs. If necessary,use protection.
Do not use the pressure cooker for purposes other than the one for which it is intended.
This appliance cooks under pressure. Scalds may result from inappropriate use of the pressure cooker. Make sure that the cooker is properly closed before applying heat. See ‘instructions for use’.
Never force open the pressure cooker. Do not open before making sure that its internal pressure has completely dropped. See the ‘instructions for use’.
Never use the pressure cooker without adding water, this would seriously damage it.
Do not fill the cooker beyond 2/3 of its capacity. When cooking foodstuffs which expand during cooking, such as rice or dehydrated vegetables, do not fill the cooker to more than half of its capacity.
I have always used a pressure cooker and was upset when I could no longer get spares for my old faithful. Read morePublished 1 day ago by lindsay wright
Its very good. Used most days. No complaints.And I would recommend it. Its well made GoodPublished 1 month ago by sandy