Electric Pressure Cooker Manufacturers' pressure cooker practice:
Try using a newer model of pressure cooker in your home, as older models are unreliable and don't offer the level of safety features that modern cookers do. Buying an older model pressure cooker through auction might seem like an attractive option because they offer such a low price, but it's not a wise choice in the long run. They are unsafe and pose a danger to users and the surrounding environment.
Please read the instruction manual of your pressure cooker model carefully before using it for the first time. Most users probably think this step is unimportant and skip right to the action section! However, this is not advisable as each model is different and has its own set of instructions that you need to follow. Reading the manual will ensure you use it correctly and keep yourself and the machine safe from harm.
When cooking under pressure, maintain medium-high heat. You can turn the heat up to make it pressurize quickly, but once the pressure is reached, turn the flame to medium. Cooking on medium heat ensures that your food is fully cooked and not burnt.
Clean the pressure cooker immediately after each use. This will prevent food from sticking to the walls and floor of the cooker and further making it difficult to clean. If your pressure cooker is not dishwasher safe, you can hand wash it with some warm water and a drop of liquid detergent. Before storing, make sure the cookware and its parts are completely dry.
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