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Amazon Basics Stainless Steel Pressure Cooker – 6 Litre with Steamer

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Amazon Basics Stainless Steel Pressure Cooker – 6 Litre with Steamer
Amazon Basics Stainless Steel Pressure Cooker – 6 Litre with Steamer

Description

  • Stainless-steel pressure cooker for cooking delicious, nutritious meals in less time; steamer included
  • Two cooking pressure levels: 50 kpa (gentle cooking) and 90 kpa (fast cooking)
  • Water-level indicator for proper filling, securely connected Bakelite handles, quiet operation
  • Suitable for dishwasher (except for lid), suitable for all heat sources, including induction, flame, and ceramic stove tops
  • Convenient six-liter size, measures 22 cm in diameter, pressure-indicator valve for safe opening

Additional information

Specification: Amazon Basics Stainless Steel Pressure Cooker – 6 Litre with Steamer

General
Brand

‎Amazon Basics

Special Features

Dishwasher Safe

Specification
Model Number

‎111604OA961

Colour

Product Dimensions

‎25.2 x 43.99 x 21.59 cm, 2.92 Kilograms

Diameter

‎22 Centimetres

Capacity

‎6 litres

Material

‎Stainless steel

Item Weight

‎2.92 kg

Reviews (4)

4 reviews for Amazon Basics Stainless Steel Pressure Cooker – 6 Litre with Steamer

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  1. Pete

    Firstly, allow me to say that this is my first ever pressure cooker, nor did I encounter one in my childhood, therefore, some of the points I might make maybe generic to all pressure cookers, I am not able to say.

    What do I use my new pressure cooker for? I regularly cook stews, nothing fabulous, just good hearty meals 😛 to which I add tomato powder and chilli powder (reviews of these on Amazon). What I aim for is a tasty, hearty meal that, importantly, I look forward to eating 😛

    The Amazon Basics pressure cooker is easy to use, took me a few minutes to figure out and I was away. The size, for me, is very good, I make a large pan of stew and put portions in the fridge to have over the coming days, for this purpose this pressure cooker is great for me.

    Pros:
    1) My stews certainly are cooking more quickly, this leads to reduction in energy usage, important, but also a significant a reduction in the vapour and odour produced in my kitchen, the smell of a stew is nice on the day of…

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  2. PKN

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     Today we showered… twice. The video should be self explanatory. This item is a safety hazard. I’ve used pressure cookers for over 25 years. So no this is not because I am inexperienced when it comes to handling cookers. I had to replace my prestige pressure cooker that I’ve used for over a decade as it had finally given up on me. Changing the gasket made no difference. I am a huge fan of Amazon Basics products. Have reviewed their microfiber fitted sheets, their shredder, car seat cover, batteries etc… However, at this point I think they should stick to making fitted sheets. The pressure cooker looks great. Steel solid. Felt too heavy for me though, my previous prestige was lightweight. The red knobs and pressure valves though feel like plastic toys.
    It was a volcanic eruption. Pressure cooked lentil all over me, the kitchen, the hob, the chimney, the walls. It was a painstaking 1 hr to clean the…

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  3. Patricia P

    I was looking at YouTube reviews of dial valve pressure cookers, and could see that the Tefal one had a very small base relative to the pot. The Amazon basics is the perfect shape that has a thick base almost as large as the pot.
    The weight of the pressure cooker is very reassuring, as a stainless steel pot withstands great internal stress better than aluminium.
    This pot is as good as my best stainless steel saucepans, and seems very good value.
    I tested it this evening.
    On the wok burner, the flames crept up the side of the pot so I reduced the heat. It took 6 minutes for 1l of water to reach the pressure point where the post valve pops up. This occurs silently, so fortunately I was observing it at the time.
    From this point the cooker is under pressure, but not yet at the right temperature necessarily. The handle won’t open, to safeguard against releasing steam in a dangerous way.
    The vent continued to release steam steadily, and I turned off the heat, and no more steam emerged.
    Food can…

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  4. Maggie Anne

    Lovely shiny pressure cooker – smaller than I have had before because now there are only the two of us. With a family of 7 I couldn’t have managed without one when the children were at home! This one has some excellent features however it is very different when I come to cook with it! I find it takes longer than my previous ones maybe I just need to become a bit more accustomed to using it. Also would have preferred a more comprehensive booklet to accompany it.

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