Power Pressure Cooker XL Review

Getting home from work, getting changed, and finally putting on your dinner can be a very arduous process. So what if I was to tell you that there is a way to speed this whole process up and make your life that little bit easier? I can feel the excitement building already, so with that in mind I am going to tell you the secret. It’s a pressure cooker! Ok, maybe that isn’t as exciting an answer as it could have been, but let me help you take a look at the Power Pressure Cooker XL and see what it can do for you. If you did want to take a look at the Power machine and compare it to others, then you can do so on the pressure cookers portal website.

Why do I need a pressure cooker?

Pressure cookers can help you to cook your favourite foods and meals up to 70% faster than a more conventional oven and the Power cooker can do just that. It is also jam packed full of useful features which will make your life a lot easier when you are in the kitchen. It has a digital display panel for clear timings, a slow cooker function, automatic keep warm mode, and it is made of stainless steel so it is very easy to clean! The main thing you will notice about this pressure cooker however is the flavour infusion technology which uses the steam to lock flavours into the food as you cook it.

Will it fit in with the other machines in my kitchen?

After years of careful selection of the appliances which go into your kitchen, there’s nothing worse than having a new piece of equipment come in and ruin whichever theme you had chosen. That being said, with the Power you will be absolutely fine aesthetically. It has a shiny stainless steel and black plastic casing which won’t look out of place on any kitchen counter.

What are the positives?

The sheer number of helpful features included in this machine should be enough of a positive! It can cook your food quicker and to a better standard than a normal oven, the steam cooking technique means that the meals will be healthier, it has a built in timer and digital display, and it even has built in safety features such as a safe lock lid so you’ll avoid any accidents!

Ok then, what’s the downside?

It may be a good little machine, but the Power cooker isn’t without its flaws. It has a relatively small capacity at only 6 quarts so you may struggle to cook certain items which is where your conventional oven comes back into play. There have also been complaints from previous owners of the machine that its build quality is not the best. Parts have been reported to fall off and bits have broken. Just remember that nothing is perfect in this world!

So, is this the pressure cooker for me?

It does everything you would need it to and more. It can cook food quickly and well, it’s a healthier method of cooking, and it even makes the washing up a more pain free task with its stainless steel shell. So all things considered, the Power pressure cooker would more likely than not be a welcome addition to your kitchen worktop.