Cuisinart Pressure Cooker
Until today, I had never before heard the term pressure cooker. But they exist, and a can cook some foods as much as 70% faster while keeping the taste just as good.
This particular Cuisinart Pressure Cooker is great for cooking barbecue short ribs all the way to simmering chili.
Everything you could possibly need to do can be achieved with the touch of a button. Setting the temperature is precise to the degree, unlike a regular stove. The easy to read digital display shows any other information you need. Built in are preprogrammed settings for high and low pressure cooking, simmering, browning, sautéing, and warming.
Most importantly, this pressure cooker looks sleek with its brushed stainless steel finish. Clean up will be simple, too: the cooking bowl is removable and 100% dishwasher safe.
The cooker handles up to 6 quarts of whatever you put in there and plugs into a standard AC outlet. Clear a space of about 15” on the counter or in a cabinet for storing.
This $150 pressure cooker from Cuisinart isn’t a bargain by any means, but if you’re terrible at using the stove this will eliminate all the guesswork from setting the temperature and make cooking faster. You could probably fool guests into thinking that you actually are a better cook than the last time they saw you. Just be sure to hide it in a cabinet when you’re done.
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