Kuhn Rikon Duromatic Inox Pressure Cooker (20cm), 3.5 Litre

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Kuhn Rikon Duromatic Inox Pressure Cooker (20cm), 3.5 Litre

Kuhn Rikon Duromatic Inox Pressure Cooker (20cm), 3.5 Litre

  • Quiet, safe, simple, attractive and cooks in approximately 1/3 time of conventional methods
  • 18/10 stainless steel with solid aluminium superthermic sandwich base
  • Suitable for all heat sources, including induction
  • Spring-loaded precision valve, integrated lid locking and 3 safety release systems
  • Made in Switzerland, 10-year warranty

Kuhn Rikon Duromatic Pressure Cookers create healthy delicious meals in minutes. Setting the highest standards of pressure cooking safety worldwide. Kuhn Rikon Duromatics automated lid-locking system and multiple safety release back-up systems give you ultimate peace of mind. The spring-loaded valve eliminates guesswork – you see the exact pressure and then know when to start and stop cooking eliminating the danger of overcooking. Intense flavours, perfectly cooked meals every time. The Khun Rik

List Price: £129.95

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Question by pms240: Where can I get a handle for an old 8 QT Mirro Pressure Cooker, Model M-0398?
I love my old Mirro Pressure Cooker, but, one of the cover handles is broken. I would like to find a replacement handle, or, an old lid or cooker with a handle. I have searched the web to no avail. Guess I need to find somebody who has an old one, or, who might have old parts laying around. Thanks

Best answer:

Answer by Eric W. M
http://www.mirroparts.com/
I’m sure you found this and other parts places. I couldn’t find a retail dealer of replacement handles, just gaskets and other parts that commonly wair out.

However there are some cheap pressure cookers on ebay. Ichecked and your model isn’t up there now but keep checking, surely eventually someone would place your model up there. Though some of the other models are 5 dollars and $ 15 shipping. $ 20 pressure cooker still seems cheap.

http://search.ebay.com/search/search.dll?satitle=Mirro+Pressure+Cooker

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  1. 44 of 44 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    The best, 29 Dec 2008
    By
    Bluebell (UK) –
    (TOP 50 REVIEWER)

    This review is from: Kuhn Rikon Duromatic Inox Pressure Cooker (20cm), 3.5 Litre (Kitchen & Home)

    I am a devotee of pressure cookers. I’ve used pressure cookers for over 40 years (I started young!) and think that this brand is the best. I have 3 small and 3 large (tall) ones that cover small and large quantities. I’ve still use one of this brand I bought 30 years ago. I cook virtually all vegetables that are normally cooked in water/stock in pressure cookers. If I can give a tip from long experience, don’t put the veg on the shallow trivet supplied with the cooker, instead use a steamer basket that that lifts the veg well above the level of the water as this ensures that your vegetables are effectively steamed quickly and don’t get soggy. Things like cabbage, cauliflower, potatoes and swede are much nicer done this way than when boiled in water. Floury potatoes for mash aren’t soggy and fluff up beautifully when mashed.
    Another benefit, is that once the pressure has been released, the veg can sit on the trivet above the hot water to keep warm until served without spoiling.
    Suet puddings, such as steak and kidney, cook much more quickly than merely immersed in simmering water as do dried beans and cereals such as barley.
    The only caveat to pressure-cooking is that timing is of the essence. You need to use timers with minutes and seconds. For example, broccoli florets need less than a minute (depending on taste) after full pressure is reached.

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  2. 29 of 29 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Superb, 7 Dec 2007
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    P. BALCON “Star Gazer” (Norfolk, UK) –
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    This review is from: Kuhn Rikon Duromatic Inox Pressure Cooker (20cm), 3.5 Litre (Kitchen & Home)

    It’s the bottom of their range, but it’s still seriously good. Beautifully made and does the job. Much friendlier to use than my old Prestige Hi-Dome, and easy to keep clean. That about covers it!!

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  3. 13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Perfect, 24 Dec 2011
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    This review is from: Kuhn Rikon Duromatic Inox Pressure Cooker (20cm), 3.5 Litre (Kitchen & Home)

    A couple of years ago I bought a WMF pressure cooker. I have always had problems with it losing steam through the gasket in the lid, so I decided to replace it with a Kuhn Rikon. It looks good, is not too heavy, but the main thing is that it is completely steam tight. I have seen many pressure cookers over the years and they all leak some steam but this one is the exception. It means that it is totally quiet and you finish cooking with exactly the same volume of liquid as you started. A remarkable performance.

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  4. Oh Girl! I thought I could give you an answer because I have an old Mirro PC but I was wrong. My pressure cooker is real old but the serial # starts with M-05***, and yours is M-03***. I still have my Mirro Book and it was, at that time owned by “Betty Crocker”. That might give you a clue where to look. Yours may be one that can’t be fixed — sorry because I know how much I still love and use mine to can and cook with. We both may have to replace our favorite cookware —- soon.

    Good Luck!!


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