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WMF Perfect Plus 8.5 Quart Pressure Cooker
The Perfect Plus Pressure Cooker features residual pressure locking with a color indicator, along with a universal TransTherm base that allows for optimum heat distribution and retention! Use this versatile kitchen piece to cook soups and stews, sear and braise meats, stew or steam vegetables, cook fish and poultry, prepare several side-dishes or a complete menu at the same time, defrost frozen food, or boil down fruits, vegetables, meat and much more! Whether vegetables or potatoes, fish or meat, sliced or en bloc, whether roasting, braising, stewing or steaming, Perfect Plus can manage it all. Even whole foods or light diet dishes are prepared effortlessly with Perfect Plus. So what are the advantages of cooking in a pressure cooker? Faster cooking times compared to conventional cooking, which ultimately saves energy. When cooked in their own juices, ingredients keep their individual flavors; and shorter cooking times coupled with hermetically sealed cooking aid in retention of valuable nutrients. Perfect Plus features an indicator with two cooking levels, and 3 different methods of opening the pot after cooking. In the event that excessive pressure begins to build up, an integrated advanced safety feature system audibly indicates the need to reduce heat. The black phenolic handle is ergonomically designed for comfort, and keeps your hand safe from heat! To clean the handle, simply remove it from the pressure cooker and hold it under running water. Perfect Plus is accompanied by operating instructions and a separate cooking time-table. 8.5 Quart Capacity. Materials: 18/10 Stainless Steel, Phenolic Plastic, Rubber. Dimensions: 16.5" L x 12.2" W x 10.24" H Weight: 9.03 lbs see more...
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