Cook a Perfect Meal With Less Effort
The pressure cooker has come a long way since its days as a stovetop vessel that relies on steam to cook food under pressure. It's an effective and efficient way to cook food, but the vessel comes with risks if not handled properly. Things go bad very quickly when the pressure valve isn't released all the way before opening the lid. If you avoided using a pressure cooker for this very reason, you're not alone. The good news is, technology has created a whole new way of pressure cooking. Cook your food fast, with less energy use, and get the most out of your ingredients with more nutrients and flavor retained. Prepare your ingredients, place them in the cooker, and follow the instructions for timing and settings. Electronics monitor the temperature to keep it steady while pressurizing the interior of the cooker once things are ready to go. All you have to do is make sure you release the valve and pull out your fully-cooked meal when the timer goes off. Check out our curated selection of pressure cookers from top brands and add one to your kitchen. Your meal planning and preparation will take off in ways you never thought it could.