Fissler Vitaquick Pressure Cooker Skillet 2.7 (60030102099)
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A pressure skillet gives you a larger cooking surface if your pressure cooking starts with browning meat or sauteing vegetables. Fissler Vitaquick pressure skillets also make great cookware without the pressure lid, thanks to the stainless/aluminum sandwich construction and the unique honeycomb, quilted cooking surface that reduces the need for oil or fat. The smaller of the Vitaquick pressure skillets has a capacity of 2.7 liters.
Vitaquick pressure cookers from Fissler are the finest you can buy. In fact, they are the only pressure cookers to garner the Highly Recommended rating from Cook's Illustrated. 100% made in Germany, Vitaquick pressure cookers are silent under pressure with foolproof safety systems. They're completely dishwasher safe and carry a lifetime warranty. The conical stainless-steel bodies are sleek and attractive, and allow the cookers to nest for more compact sotrage. Vitaquick pressure cookers feature a thick aluminum base completely encapsulated in stainless-steel, providing rapid heat conduction while alllowing Vitaquick cookers to perform beautifully on any type of stove, including magnetic induction.
Perhaps the most impressive part of Vitaquick cookers is the ease with which you lock on and remove the lid. A metal tongue points out the correct starting position; the lid then locks into place with an audible click and a color indicator in the handle. No more wrestling a balky lid into position and wondering if it's securely locked down. When cooking is completed, you release pressure at the touch of a button. The lid cannot be removed until all the pressure has been released. While you're cooking away silently, the Vitaquick displays the pressure level, low or high, with a large blue pop-up button; the Fissler safety systems automatically release pressure in the event of excess pressure build up.
For clean up, all parts of Vitaquick pressure cookers go in the dishwasher, even the lid and gasket. And for storage, you can even remove the handles to save space.