Question about Russell Hobbs RHGDF14 Deep Fryer
Yes always keep the lid on when possible to keep it from splashing all around and to keep the oil hot...
Posted on Sep 04, 2010
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foods in a pot with no lid and boiling them for ages destroys a lot of the nutrients
in the food. Pressure cookers allow you to cook at very high temperatures for a
much shorter amount of time and with a sealed lid, so there is no leaking of
the vitamins etc in the food.
Most people find that cooking in the pressure cooking also produces really tender results - similar to braising.
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