Splendid Pressure Cooker (6-qt.) by Fagor
Preparing healthy and flavorful meals could not be made easier with this premium stainless steel pressure cooker from Fagor. All you have to do is load the 6 -quart cooker with all of your ingredients, lock the lid in place and begin cooking. The bonded aluminum diffuser base ensures even heat distr... See complete description »
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Preparing healthy and flavorful meals could not be made easier with this premium stainless steel pressure cooker from Fagor. All you have to do is load the 6 -quart cooker with all of your ingredients, lock the lid in place and begin cooking. The bonded aluminum diffuser base ensures even heat distribution and fuel efficiency. A triple safety system is also featured which includes a safety locking handle to prevent accidental opening under pressure, a dual pressure control valve, and two independent over pressure release valves to avoid pressure build up. The pot is even dishwasher safe making clean-up a breeze. In today's time-starved world, any item that allows for quicker food preparation while retaining essential nutrients and vitamins is something everyone can appreciate.
This pressure cooker works fine. Cooks great. I wish it had come with a basket. I guess you have to order that separately.
I bought this pressure cooker because I didn't want to buy a rice cooker. Single use gadgets annoy me. This pressure cooker, well I imagine any pressure cooker, makes really good rice... and a bunch of other yummy things as well.
I love baby back ribs and this is a GREAT and quick way . I also made my own chicken stock in a very short time , and it was great . I have recomended to several of my friends .
I have used several types of pressure cookers -- this is by far the safest, easiest to use and overall the best one I have ever used. I highly recommend it for both the new cook and the cook, like me, who has been at it for a while.
You can get extra mileage out of your pressure cooker by using the bottom pan section as a saucepan when cooking larger quantities on the stovetop.