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Presto 01370 8-Quart Stainless Steel Pressure Cooker

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Stainless Steel
8 qt.
  • Chicken, fish, meat, and vegetables cook to perfection in minutes. Quickly cooks and tenderizes economical cuts of meat.
  • Stainless steel construction with a special tri-clad base for fast, uniform heating. Ideal for use on regular and smooth top ranges.
  • Pressure regulator maintains proper cooking pressure automatically. Pressure regulator/steam release valve offers an effortless "quick cool" option.
  • Cover lock indicator shows at a glance when there is pressure inside the cooker and prevents the cover from beig opened until pressure is safely reduced.
  • Stainless steel steaming basket for cooking several foods at once with no intermingling of flavors. Includes a 64-page instruction/recipe book.
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Color: Stainless Steel | Size: 8 qt.
  • Product Dimensions: 17.4 x 11 x 10.5 inches ; 8.7 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 10 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B0000Z6JIW
  • Item model number: 01370
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (557 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,832 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Color: Stainless Steel | Size: 8 qt.

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Pressure cookers have experienced renewed popularity over the last several years because cooks have rediscovered what some cooks (particularly grandmas) have known for a long time--they're really fast. And it's easy to cook healthfully with pressure cookers, since the food retains so much more of its nutrients and flavor. Presto's 8-quart pressure cooker is a multi-purpose pot that can stand in as a conventional soup pot as well as perform the kitchen magic that pressure cookers are famous for. Chicken Cacciatore cooks in 8 minutes! And it's big enough for home canning, too. (The USDA recommends pressure canning as the only safe method for low-acid foods such as vegetables, meats, and poultry.) This professional-quality stainless steel pressure cooker is a handy addition to any well-rounded set of kitchen tools.

The heavy-duty lid locks down during cooking; an inner sealing ring keeps the steam in. In addition to a pop-up pressure indicator and a simple steam release mechanism, there is an overpressure plug that will let off steam if it builds up excessively. This pressure cooker is useful for weeknight dinners or for any meal that needs to come together quickly. An accompanying booklet contains 75 recipes, ranging from basic soup stocks to stews and pot roasts--even desserts like Petite Pumpkin Custards! Tenderize lean cuts of beef or pork; or cook chicken, fish, or vegetables faster than you can in a microwave, and without losing moisture.

Nonabrasive cleansers are best for cleaning this stainless steel pressure cooker, though occasional use of a fine metal polish will help the exterior keep its shine. The Presto 8-quart pressure cooker is fully immersible; in addition, the sealing ring should be removed after each use to allow cleaning of the inside rim of the lid. The vent pipe is simple to keep clean with a small brush or pipe cleaner, and both the air vent/cover lock and the overpressure plug are removable. The pressure cooker measures 10-1/2 inches in diameter (15-1/2 inches including handles) and 8-1/2 inches tall (including lid). Presto guarantees this pressure cooker with an extended 12-year warranty. A detailed instruction and recipe booklet is included; special safety issues that pertain to pressure cookers are clearly explained. --Garland Withers

Product Description

The easy way to slice and shred vegetables, fruits, cheese and more for delicious salads, soups, pizzas, tacos, and desserts. Just point and shoot right where you want. No extra bowls to clean. Grate chocolate, chop nuts, and make bread and cracker crumbs quickly and neatly. Interchangeable slicing and shredding cones slip right in. There are no complicated parts to assemble. Easy to clean and store. Base wipes clean, all other parts are dishwasher safe. Compact enough to store most anywhere. 120 volts, 60 Hz only


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Customer Reviews

Easy to clean.
hikinged
Plus I like the stainless steel vs. the aluminum ones, because they don't discolor as bad inside.
Deborah Bradfield
I like the way the lid locks in place under pressure.
Charlie Penrose

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

309 of 312 people found the following review helpful By RM on October 18, 2006
Color Name: Stainless SteelSize Name: 8 qt.
This is a solid, basic stainless pressure cooker, that is quite a bargain at the $41.45 price (or $33 something after the $25 off $125 kitchen purchases).

Advantages:

* Easy to use flip pressure regulator for quick release of pressure

* Only has 15 lbs pressure that is adequate for normal pressure cooking

* Has handles on both sides that makes the cooker easy to carry and stable when full.

* Stainless won't interact with food product such as tomatoes.

* 8 qt. capacity gives 4 qts of capacity when cooking foaming products such as beans or lentils.

* Easier to clean than some pressure cookers I have used.

Disadvantages:

* Only cooks at 15 lbs of pressure, where some recipes call for only 10 lbs and would have to be adjusted.

* Most canning is done at 10 lbs pressure at sealevel and up to 1000 ft elevation

* I respectfully disagree that this cooker is meant for canning. It could process 3 or 4 pints in a pinch, but a 23 qt pressure cooker is the canning workhorse and will hold 19 pts or 7 qts. The manual suggests not canning in it, and it doesn't have a canning trivet included.

* It is much lighter weight than older Presto models, so I don't know if it will last as long as the old ones did.

Overall, it is a great pressure cooker for most cooking, and is a very good value.
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130 of 135 people found the following review helpful By Fruit Loop VINE VOICE on November 16, 2004
Color Name: Stainless SteelSize Name: 8 qt.
I bought this for canning and found it more than worth the money. I never expected to use it for cooking but it came with great recipes so I tried it. Makes wondrous custards and delectable roasts as well. Forget the more expensive models - this one does a fabulous job of canning and spare parts are readily available (I blew out a pressure indicator - my fault). Highly recommend
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164 of 175 people found the following review helpful By R. Bramwell on March 14, 2006
Color Name: Stainless SteelSize Name: 8 qt. Verified Purchase
Presto's 8 qt stainless pressure cooker is awesome; it's quiet, effective, and easy to clean. Its safety features do not interfere with regular use in any way. The short handles/grips are better than the short-grip + long-handle combination used on some models. This Presto just makes sense. It is my third one and is the best by far.

Though I only have experience with Presto, I cannot imagine another cooker being worth either the savings or the extra expense.

If you only want to own one pressure cooker, don't get the smaller sizes. When you want to do a big stew, chicken or roast you won't have room. A small secondary pressure cooker for extra vegetables etc. might be useful, but not as your primary cooker.

Hey Presto, A double-decker basket would be nice for separating certain foods. How about it?

*Never* buy the aluminum pressure cookers, they save you money but are forever spreading aluminum about when you clean them. Stainless steel rocks(heh heh).

As always, never risk letting a cooker run dry while cooking under pressure.
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80 of 84 people found the following review helpful By Hilary Cable on December 22, 2007
Color Name: Stainless SteelSize Name: 8 qt. Verified Purchase
I bought my Presto 1370 about a year ago when I started cooking for my cat and was trying to cut down on the time involved to prepare his stew. Now, I use it two or three times a week for all kinds of food - even pasta. It has become an essential part of my kitchen routine and will for you, too!

This ain't your grandmother's accident-waiting-to-happen pressure cooker. This model is super easy to use. The lid locks firmly in place with a click, so you know when it is properly seated. It has plenty of redundant safety features. It is well made - you'll know you have a solid, safe cooker when you lift it. It's good quality steel - nothing sticks to the bottom.

The Presto 1370 comes with good, easy recipes to get you started, but I highly recommend you explore Lorna Sass' fabulous pressure-cooker cookbooks Pressure Perfect: Two Hour Taste in Twenty Minutes Using Your Pressure Cooker Great Vegetarian Cooking Under Pressure to quickly expand your choices. Some of my favorite recipes are chili, brisket in beer and mustard gravy with smashed garlic potatoes, pozole (pork & hominy stew), beans bourguignon, vegetarian picadillo (a Cuban dish) and so much more. Combine pressure-cooked beans with vegetarian slow cooking Fresh from the Vegetarian Slow Cooker: 200 Recipes for Healthy and Hearty One-Pot Meals That Are Ready When You Are, and your meals will be ready faster and easier.

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56 of 59 people found the following review helpful By Paul & Renee on May 23, 2011
Color Name: Stainless SteelSize Name: 8 qt. Verified Purchase
I have had this pressure cooker for 7 months and it's worked well up until tonight. I begain making soup in the pressure cooker and, as usual, the pressure built up and started to whistle, so I turned down the heat and let it cook. After a few minutes, the pressure stopped but I thought it was just that the heat was too low, so I turned it back up but nothing happened until the stopper valve blow off and I had soup everywhere!!! It scared us to death!!

Needless to say, I spent the next hour cleaning soup off my ceiling, light fixtures, counter tops! It appears that the pressure release gauage didn't activate. I'm very dissapointed with this product and I'm now too scared to use it again! I've written the company to see if they will replace it, we'll see.....
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