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How do I know when the pressure has released from my pressure cooker, or is there a way to release it. what is the difference between natural and quick pressure release?


Quick release lets the pressure out in a matter of seconds. Natural release lets the pressure drop as the cooker cools without releasing any steam. Different recipes call for one or the other to be done at the end of the cooking time. If yours says let pressure drop naturally you can check to see if it has dropped or not by briefly and CAREFULLY using the quick release method. If steam shoots out the pressure has not dropped yet.

May 10, 2017 | Home

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Need manual for tefal cook4me


Try this site to see if they have a free online manual for your product: https://www.manualslib.com/products/Tefal-Cook4me-3596358.html

I hope this helps you out!

Apr 18, 2017 | Tefal Kitchen Appliances - Others

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Steam release doesn't work


When the cooker is reaching pressure, the valve should point to the dot, and after pressure cooking, you turn the valve towards release. The valve will feel quite loose, but it if it's in the wrong position when the cooker is reaching pressure then the cooker cannot build, and consequently will not release, pressure.

Here is the manual if you need more information on how to operate the cooker:
http://www.hippressurecooking.com/t-fal-emeril-lagasse-electric-pressure-cooker-manual/

Feb 01, 2014 | Tefal Emeril by T-fal Electric Pressure...

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Are there different cooking tajines and serving ones? can i get either one to cook in?


The Cooking Tagine
Cooking tagines may look the same as a serving tagine so it is important to purchase your tagine from a reliable source. If you are buying online make sure the description states that the tagine was designed for cooking. Cookable clay tagines are made from a different clay body that is a refractory clay (clay with a melting point above 1600C); designed to take the heat of cooking without shattering. While many of the cooking tagines tend to be simple solid colors and overall less decorative that is not always the case.

Some cooking tagines have "steam release" holes in the lid. Hand made, rather than manufactured tagines may not have a steam hole because the lid does not fit tight to the base and steam can release during the cooking process. Manufactured tagines are more apt to have tight fitting lids and require the steam hole.

The handmade cooking tagines, as well as any earthenware ceramics will craze with use. Crazing gives the surface a "crackled" appearance but does not affect the functionality.
-found on the website http://www.gourmetsleuth.com/Articles/How-To-Select-Cooking-Tools-647/tagine.aspx

Apr 10, 2013 | Home

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What is the advantage of steaming your vegetables in a steaming basket?


Steaming is one of the healthiest cooking techniques around. It's also a quick-and-easy way to cook up dinner veggies (especially for my family of 5). Here are some of the best vegetables to steam and tips for keeping them nice and crisp.
The Benefits of Steaming-
You may have heard this before: steaming is one of the best ways to cook veggies so they keep their nutrients. Vitamins are easily destroyed when you cook with water for long periods of time (i.e. boiling), but steaming uses the steam from boiling water to cook your food -- not the water directly.
Another advantage of steaming is no added fat or sodium (do you dab butter in a boiling pot of broccoli or load in the salt?). Any veggie you steam will be around 25 calories per half-cup and chock-full of vitamins and minerals.


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Jan 10, 2013 | Home

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Fissler Pressure cooker has steam coming out from the Utimax valve, is this normal?


Hi. Some steam is ok. But when it is running it should be sealed up. The little rocker should be doing it's thing too. Good luck.

Jul 25, 2011 | Microwave Ovens

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Steam release valve is not very tight....very loose. how do you install it?


I posted the same question, as I was very nervous about the loose fitting steam release valve. I thought for sure it was defective. I have never used a pressure cooker before and I think most people are nervous the first time. I finally called customer service and was told this is how it is supposed to be. It's supposed to be loose, and the lid won't fit tightly. Everything works out fine when you start the cooker. The valve tightens up and the lid fits securely. Keep in mind also that it takes quite some time for the cook cycle to begin. When it took so long to start the actual cooking, I thought yes, I was right, this one is defective. But I cooked a perfect turkey breast and am continuing on to make turkey soup. I hope I have helped, as there doesn't seem to be anybody who wants to share their knowledge with us newbies!

Feb 08, 2011 | Wolfgang Puck 5-Quart Electronic Pressure...

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Do pressure cookers emit steam while cooking?


Yes. There is a valve, usually a revolving one, that emits slightly pressured steam.

Apr 13, 2010 | Cook's Essentials Cooks Essentials Arome...

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Steam escapes from pressure cooker


the gaskets are junk , i had to toss one myself i used one time then stored for a year and the gasket went bad , mine came from hsn when i called them ,there where no parts made for it . so out it went cheep china junk . sorry , good luck

Jan 14, 2009 | Wolfgang Puck 5-Quart Electronic Pressure...

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