Pressure cooking

Food is cooked in a pressure cooker, at specific levels of pressure. Cooking food in this way allows the sealed steam from the liquid (under the locked lid) to increase its pressure and food is cooked in less time than conventional methods.

03 Nov 2009
 

Food is cooked in a pressure cooker, at specific levels of pressure. Cooking food in this way allows the sealed steam from the liquid (under the locked lid) to increase its pressure and food is cooked in less time than conventional methods.

 

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