Nonstick Low Pressure Cooker
Blow off some steam.
At long last, a pressure cooker we don’t need to tiptoe around. Did you forget the paprika? Oh, and the minced shallot too? The active lite tempered glass lid lets you open it during cooking without fear (‘cause we all want to peek in on our pot roasts anyway) and you don’t even need to release the steam first (that’s what that little valve is there for, see?). Opt for a conventional lid if you'd like so this German-made champ can live a second life as a stovetop pot (small kitchens, rejoice!) A diamond-hard base coating means it won’t chip or scratch.
Photography by Ty Mecham
Details & Materials -
Each pot consists of five layers meant to increase longevity of the product:
1. Sandblasted aluminum
2. Extremely hard cut resistant base layer, where diamond crystals are bonded to the aluminum
3. Unique anti-corrosion layer, or primer
4. Base coat providing the long-lasting non-stick effect and 5. The Diamond reinforced Top Coat
Lids are made of high quality tempered glass.
3.2 QT: 8.00" D x 4.50" H; 3.2 QT capacity. Optional glass lid measures 8" D x 3.5" H.
5.3 QT: 9.50" D x 5.50" H; 5.3 QT capacity. Optional glass lid measures 9.5" D x 3.5" H.
Care & Notes
Induction compatible. Medium-high heat is the hottest setting advised for to prevent overheating. Pans are dishwasher safe, but also easily cleaned with hot soapy water. Before using, preheat the pan by placing it on medium heat for 2-3 minutes before adding any ingredients. An empty pan should not be preheated for longer than 5 minutes. Never use nonstick sprays when cooking. Silicone and wooden utensils are advised although metal utensils may be used with care as long as they do not have a sharp edge or point. Food should not be cut in the pan. When storing pans on top of one another, a paper towel or pan protector should be placed between each pan to prevent scratches.
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Our Tips & Stories
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Tender meats and big-batch stews, here we come!
It would have been so much safer to order takeout.
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