Olla a presión Hawkins Futura modelo O70 de 7 litros
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- Olla a presión de 7 litros
- Ideal para 7-8 personas
- Superficie de anodizado duro resistente a la corrosión
- Tapa con sistema de seguridad de bloqueado por presión
- Mango resistente al calor
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La olla a presión Hawkins Futura absorbe el calor más rápidamente gracias al color negro de su acabado, haciendo que la cocción sea más eficiente. La base de doble grosor mantiene el calor uniformemente y es ideal para realizar una ligera fritura antes de la cocción a presión. Apta para vitrocerámica y gas.? Incluye manual de instrucciones en español e inglés. Recetario internacional incluido.
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I read several people have issues with closing the lid. I made a very short video to help them. Doing it this way, you can even avoid dipping the lid in the food being cooked.
Another problem that many people have mentioned is that the steam whistle is loud, or that the steam whistle also emits some of the food being cooked and makes a mess.
To avoid the steam whistle, try this:
1. For the first few minutes, set the heat on the highest setting till the water starts boiling and there is steam coming out of the lid.
2. After that, lower the flame to a low setting - this will make sure that the pressure is building up, but not so high that steam needs to get out of the cooker.
I use the timer to monitor the cooking time - vary this according to how much you are cooking. I have had soaked chickpeas (2 cups before soaking) cooked to perfection within 17 minutes in total.
I use timers on my stove and this method has worked very well, with minimal attention to be paid to the cooker.
The bottom is heavy duty. This means that when I cook something in there, it's not going to burn to the bottom in this horrible glue-like layer of burning and horrible that happens in cheaper pressure cookers. Also, because it's got such a heavy pot situation going on throughout the pot, it holds heat very well, and gets hot good and quickly. When I make split peas, or other sticking-prone things in here, I have absolutely no problems at all.
When making brown rice, split peas, or other things that tend to foam up a lot: fill the cooker no more than half full (including water!). If you think that 7 litres is too big for you, consider this: the lid needs a bit of wiggle room to get in and out. You're not going to be able to fill it more than 1/2 the way full (INCLUDING WATER) when it's a foamy thing (like beans, or rice; which means that when making those things, the total volume cannot exceed 3.5 litres, which isn't really that much, because 500 grams of beans needs around 1 1/2 litres of water, so when you add that volume along with the volume of the beans, you're working with a razor-thin margin here).
Furthermore, if you're a single person, like me, you can cook more than one thing at a time. Go to the Chinese store, Indian store, or Dollar store and pick up those cheap stainless steel bowls that will fit into your cooker. Throw the included trivet down onto the bottom. Then, add your long-cooking ingredient (like beans), and your shorter cooking ingredient (like rice) into the bowl. Add water for the rice, add water for the beans, slam the lid on, and let it all cook at once. Top to tail, you'll spend like 20 minutes or so to get the thing up to pressure, cooked, and quick-cooled. While the pressure cooker is going, you just sautee off some spices, garlic, onions, whatever, and have it ready for your food. Dinner in 20 minutes, and you didn't have to use tinned beans.
I do use this for small quantities, and it works just fine. I use it for large quantities, and it works just fine. The point is that this pressure cooker is the best I've used in my life, even amongst Hawkins pressure cookers. My mother always owned Hawkins or Presto. I've used this model on both gas and electric with excellent results. The others can't quite make that same claim. This is worth every penny.