Nowadays, work and stress make it difficult for us to find time to cook and lead a healthy diet. Fortunately, we have pressure cookers to make our lives easier.
¿Have you got a Pressure cooker yet? If the answer is no, here at Magefesa we would recommend you our Star 6Qt model, perfect to cook nutritious meals in a third of the time traditional cookware do.
High quality Stainless steel material, guarantees excellent performance and a lifetime of wonderful experiences in the kitchen.
Recommended Magefesa´s Product
Star 6 Qt
- Made and designed in Spain.
- Premium stainless steel construction combines modern design and optimal performance.
- Encapsulated five layer bottom provides fast and even heat distribution for excellent cooking results.
- Stainless steel cooking surface does no react with food or alters flavor and is stick-resistant.
- Three safety mechanisms: weight valve, safety valve and clamp bar.
- Lid features tightening knob lock system, the bar lowers when rotated counter-clockwise.
- Ergonomically designed handles stay perfectly cool on any type of stove top.
- Energy efficient reduces cooking times by up to 70%.
- Safe to use on all types of cooking surfaces.
- Available in different sizes.
Recipe for Pressure Cooker
Chicken in red wine sauce
- 3 Pieces of Chicken (peeled)
- 2 spoonfuls olive oil
- 1 spoonful dry Rosemary
- 3 garlic gloves (Sliced)
- 1 cup of wine
- 2 cups Dry white wine
- ½ cup of chicken stock
- ¼ cup of Parsley
- ½ Lemon (sliced)
Place the oil, chicken and sauté until golden brown. Season the chicken with salt, pepper, rosemary and add garlic sliced.
Add White wine, stock and parsley over the chicken. Close pressure cooker and cook for 15 minutes over medium heat.
Move the pressure cooker away from the fire and lay under cold water until pressure get completely reduced.
Open the pressure cooker and put some flour to thicken sauce.
Decorate the dish with lemon slices.
Recipe yields 6 servings.
Now we know all the best keeping secrets to prepare delicious dishes, we have no excuse to spend a few minutes once a day to cook a good stew for our family and guests.