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The Pressure Oven – For a Low Pressure Holiday


Sure, Thanksgiving is over, and your leftovers are probably just about gone. That doesn’t mean its not still the season where we find ourselves slaving away in the kitchen. Baking cookies and cakes, stuffing birds, and roasting holiday hams. I don’t mind cooking for my family and friends, what I do mind is being stuck in the kitchen for hours on end waiting for the oven timer to ring. You know what I want for Christmas? Really good food, really fast!

Check out Wolfgang Puck’s Pressure Oven, combining for the first time, pressure cooking technology, with a countertop oven resulting in an amazing hybrid oven that bakes, roasts, toasts, and broils delicious, tender, flavor-infused meals up to 70% faster than your regular oven. This nicely sized countertop oven has a specially sealed oven chamber that locks in heat and moisture under low-pressure, concentrating your fabulous flavors, and cooking your food quicker.

The stainless steel Pressure Oven fits under most standard kitchen cabinets, has a convenient built-in timer, manual thermostat, and auto shut off, so you can start your roast, and walk away. With 1700 watts of power, the Pressure Oven is big enough to cook a 12 inch pizza, or up to a 14 pound turkey in under… wait for it… 60 minutes! Your meats stay moist on the inside, cookies bake up fast and delicious, you simply put your food in the oven, set the temp, seal the oven with the lever, turn the pressure knob, and you’re a cookin’.

The Pressure oven can also be used as a standard countertop oven, and even “toasts” so get rid of your toaster, and make way for Wolfgang Puck’s Pressure Oven. Get yours for under 250 bucks at Are you listening Santa?

1 thought on “The Pressure Oven – For a Low Pressure Holiday”

  1. Am still waitting for return label so I can return oven and get a refund when will the label arrive? Keep in mindit pops the fuse where I live so am unable to use and want to return it.

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