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Pressure King Pro 5 Litre 12-in-1 Digital Electric Pressure Cooker, 900 W, Chrome
- Cooks up to 90% faster than conventional methods. Times can be adjusted to tailor to different recipes. Make meals in minutes rather than hours
- The 12-in-1 Digital Pressure Cooker will create delicious, hearty, home-cooked meals faster and easier than traditional cooking methods in minutes with a simple press of a button. - Also features 24-hour Delay Timer - set it in the morning and your dinner will be ready when you want
- 12 pre-programmed settings to make cooking simple: Meat, Rice, Stew, Soup, Pasta, Fish, Steam, Delay Timer, Fast Re-Heat, and dual Keep Warm/Slow Cook setting
- Even cooks from frozen - cook a whole chicken straight from the freezer in just 60 minutes!
- Includes BONUS Recipe Book with 60 delicious mouth-watering meals from pasta in 5 minutes, fish in 8 minutes and stew in 25 minutes
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The 12-in-1 Digital Pressure Cooker will create delicious, hearty, home-cooked meals faster and easier than traditional cooking methods in minutes, rather than hours and with a simple press of a button!
The Pressure King Pro cooks with pressurised steam, locking in more vitamins and nutrients than many other cooking methods, and infusing your food with its natural flavours and seasonings, making delicious, healthier family dinners up to 90% faster than conventional methods. You’ll get that slow-cooked taste and tenderness in minutes rather than hours!
1 x Pressure King Pro 12-in-1 Digital Pressure Cooker.
1 x Inner Pot (5L Capacity).
1 x Steam Tray/Inner Tray.
1 x Measuring Cup.
1 x Condensation Cup.
1 x Cooking Spoon.
1 x User Manual.
1 x BONUS Recipe Book.
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Why Pressure Cooking?
Pressure cooking isn't just up to 90% faster, it also locks in more vitamins and nutrients than conventional cooking methods.
So with your Pressure King Pro you will not only create delicous meals much quicker, but they will be more nutriernt rich too.
Cook Up to 90% Faster and Healthier with Your Pressure King Pro
The Pressure King Pro is a multifunctional pressure cooker - with 12 built in programs to complete your common cooking tasks.
Perfect for those with a busy lifestyle who need delicious tasty food quick, or those that want to take the hassle out of home cooking.
- Easy to use, just select one of the inbuilt pre-set functions and walk away
- 24 Hour Delay Timer mode means you can switch it on in a morning and your food will be ready to eat when you get home
- The Keep Warm mode automatically kicks in when your food is cooked, so your food will stay hot until you’re ready to eat it
- Fast Reheat mode warms up already cooked food
|3 Litre - 8 in 1||5 Litre - 12 in 1||6 Litre - 20 in 1|
|Compact design with all the essential cooking functions for those on the go.||Larger capacity and more functions, perfect for families and batch cooking.||For keen cooks, with pre set functions and multi cooking modes for all types of cooking. The 6 litre capacity is perfect for batch cooking and entertaining.|
|Power||700 Watts||900 Watts||1000 Watts|
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|Recipe Book||30 Recipes||60 Recipes||80 Recipes|
Cook Up to 90% Faster with Your Pressure King Pro
- With the Pressure King Pro, you can cook meals in minutes & even from frozen
- Compared to an oven, it cooks foods quicker by creating a tight seal when cooking to maximise heat and shorten the time taken to cook meat and vegetables
- Cook tasty stews in 20 minutes, or a whole chicken from frozen in just 60 minutes.
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I've always wanted one, and oddly enough one morning, I put the TV on and saw an infomercial of this. Then I remembered seeing this on sale at a local supermarket. So I decided to buy one, and get rid of my other multicooker (which is really just a big frying pan).
First off, this is absolutely stunning. It looks so modern, and it doesn't take up that much space in your kitchen. There are buttons for cooking meat, pasta etc, so you don't have to guess about times.
Now, as soon as I got this, I tried to cook chicken, pasta and pasta sauce. The pasta sauce was tomato based, and let me tell you, it did not work, and it got pasta stuck at the bottom, the chicken got stuck at the bottom and it was an absolute nightmare to clean. I had to run it in the dishwasher (the pot is dishwasher safe) then the bits managed to come off with a good scrub after that.
I later found out that Pressure Cookers and Tomato based sauces really don't go well together, so that's something to look out for. If you do want tomato based sauces, make sure you add about twice the amount of water as well.
The pressure vent also let out pressure whilst cooking, but I later realised that you have to make sure the pressure valve is pushed in flat in the closed position, where as before it was in the closed position but wasn't pushed flat, so it was technically open. Speaking of this valve, it really isn't that good quality because I find that once I push it into the open position to release the steam (which by the way can take minutes, not seconds), I have to hold it up to release the steam. I often just push a table cloth underneath the pressure valve to keep it open and catch most of the steam.
The instructions are close to useless. It says "Twist the lid until you hear a click" - that is absolute nonsense. There is no click. You just line up the panels at the front, and once it builds pressure it should automatically lock itself. Just watch YouTube videos - I find some great recipes and techniques to using pressure cookers.
To give it a good test this morning, I purchased some mini chicken fillets (frozen) from a local supermarket. I also purchased some chicken stock cubes. I dissolved a stock cube in 450ml boiling water (as the instructions say), then pour that into the pressure cooker with about 6 pieces of mini chicken fillets. Let me tell you, they tasted absolutely delicious. For literally just chicken and stock cube, it's something so simple to do! You can probably cook rice in there with it or pasta, or whatever takes your fancy. I'm always careful when cooking Chicken, but the Chicken was fine and white all the way through. It only took 13 minutes to cook as well (not including the heat up time / pressure building time which takes about 5/10 minutes). The chicken was so tender, it was just breaking up as soon as I picked up the chicken. I've never had that before! I used to cook Chicken in the oven and it used to be quite chewy (then again, I'm not the best cook)!
It's a fantastic pressure cooker, and if like me, you want one because you just don't have time to cook, get one now! It's just like having a professional chef in your kitchen - just put in what you want to eat, press the button so it knows what it's cooking, and enjoy! Once it's done, it will just keep it warm for you.
I hope this review has helped you to decide whether you want this or not.
For your information, you can pressure cook a whole meal, say in the morning, and then switch to the slow cooker programme which will keep the food at a steady temperature throughout the day. Ideal for busy people out at work all day.
If I had one minor criticism of this product it is that I do not like the transparent plastic programme label that sits over the buttons on the front, as seen in the photo. This plastic in time will wear and it makes the product look cheap and nasty, which is a real shame as otherwise it is a robust item of excellent quality.
This is a very safe pressure cooker to use and a vast improvement on traditional types. Just keep it in mind that you need to ensure that there is liquid in the inner bowl during the cooking process and you won't go far wrong. The recipe book included is quite useless and pathetic and I would, therefore, recommend that you invest in another pressure/slow cooker recipe book/s. Why the makers thought it was a good idea to include a 'canning' function is beyond my comprehension - how many people do you know that regularly cans anything?
By the way as a Prime member this is cheaper here than from the TV ad.
I love that it is completely silent in operation. No hissing, no bubbling, just a beep at the end of the process. Had I let it cool down naturally there would have been no other sound but as I was hungry I used the pressure release to vent the machine and bring the internal pressure down to a level at which it would be safe to open. The handy red button tells you when the pressure has safely subsided.
The ham was perfectly cooked, although I might try it for a little bit longer to get it to completely fall apart when cut. I did reglaze it in the conventional oven for 10mins just for added colour. The vegetables and juices at the bottom will make a very nice soup today.
With growing confidence I am going to cook a beef stew for some family and a beef brisket for some friends on Friday. Looking forward to eventually trying out pork ribs in a fraction of the time slow cooking in the oven involves. Wish me luck.
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