Power Pressure Cooker As Seen As TV
Now there’s a new way to take Grandma’s favorite recipes and tournament everyday family meals
One button Simplicity
Hearty Pot Reast in 25 minutes
Fall off the Bone Short Ribs in 40 minutes
Insanely Delicious Chicken Wings Frozen to Steaming Hot in 10 minutes
Mouthwatering Meat Balls in 15 minutes
Low Country Boil in 15 minutes
Succulet Lobster in 5 minutes
Rich and Creamy Pasta in 5 minutes
Pulled Pork 10x Faster
This is not your grandmother’s pressure cooker. The secret is power pressure cooker Air-Tight Sealed lid with superheated steam inside and on-board intelligent technology for the best tasting meals ever
Prime Rib from rare to medium or well-done. Perfect rice whether it’s white brown or wild.
Power Pressure Cooker XL As Seen As TV Video
Power Pressure Cooker XL Reviews
Power Pressure Cooker XL – 6 quart version, the main control panel in front, in the middle of the controls is a cook time selector button, open cooked the lid is fairly easy to remove. It comes with an owner’s manual, a recipe book and home canning guide. It also have a steamer tray, a plastic ladle, a measuring cup and a condensation collector.
It is supposed to provide you with just one Touch Cooking. It can serve as a soup maker, a steamer, a slow cooker, a rice cooker and even a canner
It claims to cook:
- Cooks food 70% faster
- Allows use of frozen ingredients
- Easy, one-touch control
Before testing out this pressure cooker, follow the owners manual instructions. Cleaning this pressure cooker before initial use, run the pressure cooker on the plainning mode for 10 minutes with some water inside.
Pot Roast Test
Follow the recipe book, set the program and timer to the recommend. This pressure cooker took about 17 minutes to come to pressure. Another 25 minutes on the timer to actually make and cook the meal
After about 45 minutes, about 45 minutes I had a pot roast. The results were pretty good. They were not perfect but they were definitely good
The flavors were good although that the vegetables were a little bit overcooked
Frozen Roasted Chicken Test
Test with 5 pound Frozen chiecken to roast. Follow the recipe book, add an 10 minutes with any kind of frozen
After 40 minutes, the chicken look more boil than it looked roasted and honestly.
So I decided to put an end to the pressure cooker for an additional 20 minutes. In the end the chicken not really roasted and didn’t taste all that great either
Creame Brulee Test
I also followed the recipe provided in the recipe book
After 30 minutes, it do a fairly good job at cooking. After chilling it in the fridge for 3 hours, results for fairly impressive and actually tasted really good
Rice Pilaf Test
For maybe was just a little bit underdone however the flavor was good I didn’t notice any sticking or burning.
Final Test RESULT
After testing out the Power Pressure Cooker, some things to note
- Pressure seal very loose and unstable
- Program settings are confusing
- Inner pot is easily stained or marked
- Cooker Retains food smells even after washing
This pressure cooker is definitely save you some time on certain dishes but there’s quite a bit of a learning with this Power Pressure Cooker and there’s probably a lot of experiment take place before you feel comfortable.
Consequently your opinion of this pressure cooker will probably depend on how much you like to experiment with different recipes different settings, different ways of cooking.
The power pressure cooker at wasn’t exactly universal, wasn’t exactly one touch, wasn’t always up to 70% fast.
It certainly works well for some dishes not necessarily for others. It really is a matter of which dish you want to try to make in this