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Cookware

Small pressure cookers? Or, maybe a pressure fryer?

Sid Post | Jan 3, 201606:24 AM     15

I have been thinking about adding a small (~3L with shorter sides) pressure cooker to my daily rotation. I have a ~4.5L model but, it is relatively narrow and tall and I am finding scooping things out with a ladle or spoon is something I want to avoid after shoulder surgery. Sure I can turn it on its side and 'scrape' things out, down the side of the PC into a bowl or onto a platter but, that is awkward right now.

I really like the ease of clean up and general use of the WMF Perfect Plus pressure cookers so, obviously I have started looking there. My limited Kuhn Rikon research didn't turn up anything interesting initially.

So, for a small capacity pressure cooker sized to fit a large cooktop burner, that is relatively "squat" and not overly tall, what models are well received by people in this forum?

Initially, I'm looking at something like this:
http://www.wmf.com/en/pressure-cooker...

TIA,
Sid

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