Italian Stovetop Pressure Cooker
Cooking, but faster.
Putting on the pressure isn’t always a bad thing—especially when we’re talking cooking beans, bubbling up a batch of chili, or turning out a creamy risotto. With this pressure cooker, can do all those things (and so much more) in a fraction of the time it’d take on your stovetop. Take chickpeas for example—you’ve got to pre-soak and then simmer for hours. Try 40 minutes, no pre-soaking required. The included instructions will help you use it, but believe us, it’s as easy as filling it with ingredients, water or stock, and pushing the handle to seal it all up tight. Dinner is ready before you can even say “Dinner’s ready!”. The shiny finish is a sleek, stainless steel look thanks to its Italian make—those Europeans know design.
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