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Buy Pressure cookers online. Prestige, Hawkins brands in 1,5, 3, 3,5, 5, 10 and 12 litres. Stainless Steel and Hard Andoized, Aluminium Pressure Cookers available. We Ship Australia Wide. indian pressure cooker stainless steel, indian pressure cookers,pressure cooker indian store,prestige stainless steel pressure cooker,pressure pan,hawkins pressure cooker australia,pressure pan,prestige clip on pressure cooker. Prestige Clip on Pressure cooker, Prestige Svachh pressure cooker, prestige stainless steel clip on pressure cooker Indian-style pressure cookers are an integral part of Indian kitchens and are widely used for preparing a variety of traditional dishes. These pressure cookers are typically made of stainless steel or aluminum and are designed for cooking under high pressure, which helps in faster cooking of lentils, rice, curries, and other Indian recipes. These cookers usually consist of a sturdy metal pot, a locking lid with a rubber gasket, and a vent or pressure release mechanism. The design allows for the build-up of steam inside the pot, which significantly reduces cooking time while retaining the flavors and nutrients of the ingredients. In Indian cooking, pressure cookers are commonly used for preparing dishes such as dal (lentil curry), rice, biryani, curries, and stews. They are especially useful for cooking tough cuts of meat and legumes, which require longer cooking times to become tender. The use of Indian-style pressure cookers has become widespread due to their efficiency, time-saving benefits, and their ability to cook food thoroughly while preserving the natural flavors and nutritional value of the ingredients. Adding Ingredients: Place the ingredients such as rice, lentils, vegetables, or meat along with the required amount of water or broth inside the pressure cooker. Closing the Lid: Ensure that the sealing ring is in good condition and properly fitted. Close the lid securely by aligning the lid handle with the body handle and turning it in a clockwise direction. Setting Pressure: Depending on the recipe, set the pressure regulator weight on the vent pipe to the required pressure level (high or low) as indicated in the recipe or the cooker's manual. Heating: Place the pressure cooker on the stovetop over high heat until pressure builds up. Once the desired pressure is reached, the pressure regulator will start to rock or emit steam, indicating that it's time to reduce the heat. Cooking Time: Once the pressure is regulated, reduce the heat to maintain a steady and gentle rocking motion of the pressure regulator. Cook the ingredients for the specified time as per the recipe. Releasing Pressure: After cooking, turn off the heat and allow the pressure to release naturally by letting the cooker cool down. Alternatively, you can carefully release the pressure manually using the quick-release method, following the manufacturer's instructions. Opening the Lid: Once the pressure is fully released, carefully open the lid away from you to avoid any residual steam. Your dish is now ready to be served!