Prestige Popular Stainless Steel Pressure Cooker Review
Can Prestige popular stainless steel pressure cooker match with the standards that Prestige itself has set in the cookware market? Here is what we think of this elegantly designed piece of utensil.
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Prestige is a major manufacturer and distributor of kitchen items and is widely known. But, in a changing world in which the stainless steel built kitchen products have sky-rocketed in demand for their efficient way of cooking, how do Prestige’s stainless steel cookware fare? With that spirit, we decided to try the Prestige’s Stainless Steel pressure cooker and judge it ourselves. Here is our first impression of the Prestige popular pressure cooker.
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Quick Facts About Prestige’s Stainless Steel Pressure Cooker
- The pressure cooker is made from high-quality stainless steel.
- The lid is equipped with a safety plug and a controlled gasket release system.
- On the packaging, the manufacturer claims this to be a durable and energy-efficient product.
- The pressure cooker is compatible with both gas stoves and induction cooktops.
- The cooker comes with a comfortable handle for tight gripping.
- This compact pressure cooker offers a thoughtful and creative design.
This cooker provides unmatched safety by letting out excess steam built up inside the cooker.
#FirstImpressions Of Prestige Popular Stainless Steel Pressure Cooker (2 Litre)
The Prestige Popular Pressure Cooker weighs 1.17 kg. It has a capacity of 2 liters. The cooker has a metallic safety plug and a gasket release system. It has a 5 years manufacturer warranty.
The manufacturer claims it is made using the best quality stainless steel which improves product durability. It is compatible with both gas and induction stovetops. It is energy efficient and comes with an easy-to-grip handle. It also has an added safety feature which lets out the excess steam built up inside the cooker. Our test kitchen examinations with potatoes, kaala channa, and channa dal showed that the Prestige Popular cooker had a slow-releasing whistle sound.
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