Cook 8 Times Faster with Philips All-in-One Pressure Cooker
With Ramadan festivities coming soon, the kitchen will be a hive of activity and the Philips New Generation All-in-One Pressure Cooker launch yesterday is very timely indeed.
You can whip up great traditional dishes 8 times faster than you did before! Imagine, succulent and delicious rendang in just 30 minutes instead of 4 hours. It’s as easy as dumping all the ingredients and letting your meal cook to perfection without having to stir or monitor it every so often. All the time and energy you save can go into doing other productive activities such as cleaning the house or spending time with your family.
More Than Just A Pressure Cooker
Philips All-in-One Pressure Cooker is more than just a pressure cooker. You can slow cook or pressure cook using just one appliance. Other fantastic functions include saute, bake, reheat and warm up – giving you the ability to prepare a huge variety of meals using just one pot. Its pressure cook function comes with various menu buttons for cooking and steaming a variety of dishes ranging from soup, risotto and rice to meat and poultry and making cakes.
The aluminium alloy inner pot of the Philips All-in-One Pressure Cooker is durable and gives effective heat conduction for a thorough and even cooking result. Its special golden Whitford coating makes it anti-scratch and non-stick. Say goodbye to second guessing when your dish will be ready with its easy-to-programme timer that indicates cooking progress. It also comes with nine safety protection systems and a pressure regulator that is microchip-controlled.
During the launch, 5 chefs showcased the power of Philips All-in-One Pressure Cooker by producing mouth-watering Ramadan treats under an hour. The beef rendang by Chef Marina and the lamb shank by Jovin Lee were so tender and succulent, it’s hard to believe that they were cooked at 30 and 45 minutes respectively using the Philips All-in-One Pressure Cooker. Chef Ichiro’s decadent dodol and Kek Gula Hangus tasted amazing, with the latter being the testament of the pressure cooker’s baking powers – steamed at the top and nicely baked at the bottom, just the way we like it. Award-winning Chef Ruby produced the rich and tasty Acar Buah using the saute function while Chef Anna Sha cooked the famed Muar’s cuisine, Mi Rebus Tulang.
All the tried-and-tested recipes came from the book One-Pot Wonders, which is co-authored by Chef Marina Mustafa and author/blogger Sara Khong. The book focuses on healthy homemade meals that are easy to prepare using the Philips All-in-One Pressure Cooker and is available in bookstores for RM39.90.
Philips All-in-One Pressure Cooker (HD2137/62) retails at RM799. Get one today to complete your Ramadan celebrations!