What is a Pressure Cooker?

The Fissler Premium Solar Pressure Cooker Lid cooks food by generating steam, building up pressure as the liquid inside evaporates. This can be controlled by a dial or valve on the lid. The steam’s(250°F) pressure cooks food faster by pushing the boiling point of water(212°F) past its limits. The high pressure also forces liquid into the food quickly, contributing to how fast it cooks.

Because a pressure cooker cooks food fast, it is useful in making tough meats tender. This makes it an ideal tool for making braised or roast beef. Similarly, it cooks tougher things like rice and beans. These foods position the Fissler brand pressure cooker to be the perfect tool to make stew, but it can cook almost anything you can think of including hard boiled eggs. For more Fissler cookware and original Roland brand products, visit the shop right now.

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