Fagor Futuro 6 Quart Pressure Cooker
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- Saves time and energy by reducing cooking time up to 70% over traditional cooking methods
- Pressure cooking retains up to 50% more vitamins and minerals, maintains a lower fat content since less oil is used
- Easy to use: open the cooker; add liquid and ingredients; close, lock the lid and select pressure setting
- Endless possibilities from appetizers to entrees, even desserts; make stews, soups, chili, risotto, vegetables, and more
- Easy to clean; the pressure cooker pot is dishwasher safe
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The Fagor Futuro model is the ultimate in the evolution of the pressure cookers. Pressure cooker is constructed with 18/10 stainless steel and comes complete with two short handles for easy storage, an automatic locking lid for added convenience, an easy-cleaning valve, a steamer basket that doubles as a food grater, and a "Tastefully Under Pressure" cookbook with over 90 delicious recipes. Exclusive triple valve safety system plus safety lock on handle prevents opening before all pressure is released. Visual pressure indicator on handle shows when all pressure has been released from cooker. Spring-type mechanism with two pressure settings: LOW (8psi) and HIGH (15psi). Works on all types of domestic stovetops: gas, electric, ceramic and induction. Simple-to-use dial format makes it easy to regulate and release pressure, and remove for cleaning!
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Being able to select either a 4, 6 or 10-quart size Fagor Pressure Cooker, from my Fagor Futuro Pressure Cooker System/Collection (while using the non selected two Fagor cook pans, as regular cooking pans, at the same time) has certainly added some new and flexible dimensions to how quickly, nutritious, tasty, and even economically home cooked meals and snacks can be prepared at my home; therefore, this Fagor system is saving me money, and probably improving my health, as well. In addition, my example of cooking fresh asparagus in one minute, versus the thirty minutes or so, it usually takes one when using a dedicated Steamer (yet, another appliance I'll be donating to charity, as no longer needed by me) demonstrates the conveniece of pressure cooking foods that would normally take us longer to prepare, and while reducing/consolidating the number of appliances we need at the same time.
Make sure it's the Fagor Futuro. Some Fagor models are made in Spain while others are made in China.
So far I have made two dishes:
Pot Roast: Perfectly cooked in about 40 minutes
Chicken Stock: Perfectly cooked in about an hour
Stainless Steel construction
Popular -easy to order replacement gaskets when needed
Used in many countries - Check out the youtube videos
This model not made in China
None that I can tell.
I have not yet purchased any cookbooks specifically for this as I plan on converting a lot of my favorite braising recipes for use in the pressure cooker.
As it is made of Stainless Steel I don't have to worry about the acidity of my braising liquids -I try to stay away from aluminum in all my cookware for this reason. You can sear/brown food in this pot, deglaze then add more liquids and then use it as a pressure cooker. Being able to use just one pot for all of this makes much less of a mess.
I will still slow cook in my slow cooker and braise in my Dutch Ovens but now I have an additional option in situations where time becomes critical. I'll probably use this for stock all the time. I found that boiling uncovered for a bit, cleaning off the scum, adding vegetables and herbs then covering seems to be the best method.
From what I've read the general rule of thumb is that cooking time for braising and other cooking is cut down to 1/3 of the normal time.
I highly recommend this.