Erase that memory of those awkward looking pressure cookers of the past. Thanks to Fissler, modern stainless steel design and pressure cooker advantages have merged to create a functional and safe cookware alternative.
Stainless steel has always been beloved by cooks everywhere. It’s hard not to like stainless steel. It is both durable and versatile. It’s easy on the eyes and does wonders for your food. It’s hard to find a kitchen that doesn’t have at least one stainless steel fry pan, sauté pan, or sauce pot. It’s also relatively easy to clean. It’s resistant to stain and corrosion. You can expect it to maintain its luster for a very long time. It’s a cookware that almost never ages. It will function and look like as if you’ve just taken it out of the box years down the road.
Then there is the pressure cooker. We all need one. Can you imagine cooking a less expensive cut of meat without a pressure cooker? Sure you can, if you have half a day of free time. Coming in at second place after the microwave, pressure cookers probably utilizes one of the fastest cooking methods around. But when was the last time you cooked a pot roast or something as challenging in your microwave? That’s my sentiments exactly.
Having a pressure cooker is a love and hate situation. You love it for its benefits. However, it is usually heavy and clunky so you don’t usually take it out except for dishes that would normally take an hour or more. When was the last time that you used your pressure cooker for vegetables? It can also be dangerous if not used properly. Although it usually comes equipped with regulator valves, you can’t help but imagine what that violent steam inside the pot can do for you especially with heavy clamps many of the older ones had.
But Fissler proved to us that there is a Culinary God. They took stainless steel and combined it with 21st century technology and produced a user friendly, fast cooking, and attractive pressure cooker. The dangers of older models have been replaced with safety features that start protecting you the moment you twist the lid into place. Its artificial intelligence lids include an automatic pressure valve, Euromatic seal that automatically seals the cooker, and a large blue indicator knob with pressure markings. Plus, it can be used for regular stove top cooking when the valve is open thus making this a truly versatile addition to your kitchen.
A pressure cooker utilizes the not so obvious fact that pressure increases the boiling point of water. This means that your food is cooked fast and tasty. Pressure cooking is also to be considered healthy cooking. Because of the high pressure of the steam created inside the pot, germs and bacteria are instantly killed. Less water is also used when cooking with the pressure cooker, therefore making sure that vitamins and minerals are preserved as opposed to boiling the vitamins and minerals out of your vegetables.
Now you can take out your Fissler Stainless Steel Cookware with its pressure cooker features and say, “Wow – New Design, Easy to Use, Health Benefits Galore!” But even more impressed will be all your dinner guests saying, “Wow” when they are served the results.
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