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Kuhn Rikon Duromatic Inox Stainless Steel Pressure Cooker with Side Grips, 6 Litre / 22 cm

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Kuhn Rikon Duromatic Inox Stainless Steel Pressure Cooker with Side Grips, 6 Litre / 22 cm
Kuhn Rikon Duromatic Inox Stainless Steel Pressure Cooker with Side Grips, 6 Litre / 22 cm

Description

  • Reduces cooking time by up to 60% (approximately two thirds) and preserves the all-important nutrients that are lost via non-airtight cooking methods
  • Hugely versatile 6 litre/22 cm (diameter) pressure cooker – can be used to prepare an endless array of foods/meals and will produce up to 4 generous servings
  • Sophisticated spring-loaded valve within the lid accurately reflects the pressure within the pan at all times (allows precision cooking; no need for the spoilage that can be caused by guesswork)
  • Extremely quiet and features multiple in-built safety systems to prevent overpressure (see ‘From the manufacturer’ section below for more details)
  • Crafted in Rikon, Switzerland from premium-quality, polished, 18/10 stainless steel that is rust, corrosion and chip-resistant

Additional information

Specification: Kuhn Rikon Duromatic Inox Stainless Steel Pressure Cooker with Side Grips, 6 Litre / 22 cm

General
Brand

‎KUHN RIKON

Special Features

‎Electric_Stovetop_Compatible,Gas_Stovetop_Compatible,Induction_Stovetop_Compatible

Specification
Model Number

‎3043

Colour

Product Dimensions

‎28.96 x 28.45 x 26.16 cm, 3.7 Kilograms

Diameter

‎22 Centimetres

Capacity

‎6 litres

Volume Capacity

‎6 litres

Material

‎Stainless steel

Item Weight

‎3.7 kg

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5 reviews for Kuhn Rikon Duromatic Inox Stainless Steel Pressure Cooker with Side Grips, 6 Litre / 22 cm

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  1. Angel

    This was supposed to be “Crafted from premium-quality, polished, 18/10 stainless steel that is rust, corrosion and chip-resistant”. I bought this in Aug 2017 and never used the dishwasher with it. Who would costing so much… Even after taking great care of the cooker, the valve is now corroded. Otherwise good cooker (for those 5 times I have used it).

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  2. Donna

    This pressure cooker has proved that it can be worth paying a premium for quality. Its well built and feels sturdy and strong.Its design is so simple that there is very little to go wrong. According to the Manual it goes up to 17PSI if you let it go past the red marks, which frequently we do and explains why it seems to cook beans in super fast time.
    This literally changed the way we eat, going from never cooking a dried bean in my life to doing batches at least 3 times a week.

    The best tip i ever had was to start with boiling water, this takes the time to get up to pressure from 10mins down to 2-3, so I can cooked soaked beans in 15mins tops from start to finish.

    There are very few things to criticize as its so easy to clean and maintain and quick releasing the pressure is safe and easy. Occasionally we would have to pull up the weight as it got stuck, and if the seal inst quite right steam can escape form the handle.
    If you want a manual pressure cooker, this will certainly last for…

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  3. Bertie

    I am new to pressure cookers, but I figured that once I bought one, I would have it for many years to come, so I decided to go for a good one. And this is a good one.

    I’ve made a few meals now and it does a very good job for recipes that normally take a long cooking time such as stews and curries. You need to add some of your ingredients in a slightly different order, such as adding thickening agent at the end of the cook, You also absolutely can’t ‘look in’ to see how your recipe is going. But after reading a few recipes in a pressure cooker recipe book that I got at the same time, you get the idea of how you do things. I also saw some YouTube videos which gave me a steer of how you go about cooking with it.

    I am happy with my purchase and, although I am not using it a often as I thought I would be using it, when I do need it, I am glad I have it at hand. It’s a good pressure cooker.

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  4. S.G.

    This is a serious piece of kit.

    The pot heats up super quickly and it’s very easy to clean; the heavy bottom and thick walls keep temperature very well, and as a result, I’ve used the pot for pretty much anything — from sautéing to deep frying. Obviously I bought it because I wanted a pressure cooker — and that’s where it really shines.

    The valve at the top has 2 indicators for the pressure level. As the pressure increases, the valve slowly starts coming out. From what I can see, this pressure cooker achieves higher pressure than other brands (e.g. Tower) so it cooks food much quicker. The cone metal part diffuses any steam that might come out. The material is quality stainless steel, so you can use Bar Keepers Friend to keep it looking brand new.

    As a bonus, the item comes with a booklet with cooking times for all kinds of food — from meat and legumes to fruits.

    Overall, it’s a fantastic pressure cooker, but clearly it comes with a price tag to match.

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  5. Tiny Shiny

    Me and my hubs have 2 kids.
    That’s our fist pressure cooker. It’s well built, but the pot is REALLY tall, so I have problems reaching into it, as the space between my stove and the range hood is quite scarce. Good for the stock, though, which is mostly what I use it for – I usually cook a whole medium-sized chicken and have stock for a couple days’ worth of soup, plus some extra to freeze for sauces.

    I’ve also bought a much cheaper & smaller 6L Tefal Secure 5 Neo Pressure Cooker for everyday use in our family of four (Duromatic is HUGE), not hoping much from it, but it turns out I use it LOTS more often, both as an ordinary pot with a lid from another pot, and as a pressure cooker, as it’s more convenient, intuitive and feels safer as well.
    I also much prefer the Tefal’s feature of letting the steam out in an automatic setting – on Duromatic, I have to stand by the cooker and press on the steam-release button with a wooden spoon for 5 minutes, feeling scared the steam will scald my…

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