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Tuesday, 26 April 2016

Pressure King Pro Review...


Over the last few days, I have been trying out a newly launched pressure cooker. The Pressure King Pro from High Street TV.  Described as an incredible compact kitchen sensation that cooks perfect meals at the touch of a button!


How cool does it look!?


About the Pressure King Pro :
  • The Pressure King Pro cooks with pressurised steam to lock in flavours, seasonings, vitamins and nutrients to make delicious, juicy and tender, slow-cooked tasting family dinners up to 90% faster than conventional methods, so your meals are ready in minutes rather than hours! 
  • The 12-in-1 Digital Pressure Cooker will create delicious, hearty, home-cooked meals faster and easier than traditional cooking methods in minutes, rather than hours and with a simple press of a button!
  • £69.99


Whenever I get something new I like to take my time and get use to it. Read the instruction and I always love to study the recipe booklet. As usual I want to make everything at once!


First up I thought it was best to get use to how the Pressure King Pro works and start with a nice and easy recipe; healthy porridge. 


Getting my few ingredients ready for making some healthy porridge.


Cooking my porridge.


All cooked..


Serves 1

Ingredients :
  • 64g Steel cut oats
  • 480ml water
  • 1 Tablespoon of oil
  • Dash of salt

Topping:
  • Fresh fruits of your choice, I picked grapes, strawberries and blueberries
  • Few hazelnuts
  • Semi skimmed milk
  • Maple syrup


How to cook:
  1. Combine the oats, water, oil and salt in the Pressure King Pro. Close the lid and set the pressure release value to closed. Press the porridge function.
  2. Sit back and wait for your porridge to cook.
  3. Release the pressure value so the steam can escape. 
  4. Serve with cold milk, fresh fruit, nuts and maple syrup.
  5. Yummy..


I really like the idea of the Pressure King Pro. I am looking forward to going shopping this week to buy some fresh ingredients so I can try out the main meals. I have my eyes on making the Chicken Tikka Masala, Chilli Con Carne and the rice pudding next. Watch this space! Did you know you can also cook a whole chicken in this too.

About this post:

*I was sent a Pressure King Pro from High Street TV to review. All thoughts are my own. I was not paid for this post. Thanks for supporting the brands that I work with.*


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51 comments

  1. I could do with a gadget like this, especially as I was cleaning porridge up in the microwave this morning that had bubbled over whilst my eye was turned #TriedTested

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  2. This looks awesome and so does your new food blog! Lovely!

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  3. This looks great, is it easy to clean too? I sometimes won't make porridge because I can't be bothered to wash the pan after!
    Alana x

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    1. Thanks Alana, I just filled it with warm soapy water before I ate my porridge and after I washed it and it just came straight away :)

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  4. It looks like a fab pressure cooker! I remember one from when I was a child, admittedly we don't have one right now. Might just reconsider ;) - Dean of Little Steps.

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    1. Thanks Dean, I remember my mum always have one of those too :)

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  5. I love kitchen gadgets I'd certainly get this if I had more room. I like that u can do porridge in it.

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  6. This looks great. Things have moved on so much since my last one!

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  7. This looks like such a great kitchen gadget, I have never seen a one of these before. It looks so handy xx

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  8. i love that the pressure cooker comes with a recipe book. the photo of your porridge is making me want to go cook some now for my supper :)

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    1. Thanks Annie, I agree, I love the recipe book. So many ideas :)

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  9. We use a pressure cooker at home and it is brilliant! If only I could take it with me to my new place!

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  10. How have I never thought to put porridge in my slow cooker, what an amazing idea x

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    1. Thanks, it tastes great and so creamy, even made with water:)

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  11. Pressure cookers are just getting better. Good to see you are putting the cooker to good use.

    Thanks for Sharing

    John M

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  12. Woweee! This would make a great addition to our kitchen! Love the way you don't lose nutrients and it locks in flavour. It looks really stylish too!

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    1. Aww thank you, great features aren't they :)

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  13. I used to have a pressure cooker years ago an this looks fab x

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  14. I love the sound of this gadget, it looks really useful to cook in . Great results would love to try one in my kitchen.

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    1. Thank you Nayna, I am loving using mine :)

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  15. This sounds amazing. I bet you could cook loads of really fab meals in it. CAn't wait to see what else you make

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    1. Thank you Zena, making a curry in it this weekend :)

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  16. This sounds fab it looks pretty cool too. Porridge would be handy to make for my little dots!! Keep updating us with more meals x

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  17. This looks great, perfect for winter evenings. Or, you know, the end of April, apparently... ��

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  18. I have always wanted to try a pressure cooker

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    1. Thanks Kara, hope you get to try one soon :):)

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  19. Never owned a pressure cooker like this before and would love to get my hands on one

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  20. This looks such a great product - my mum always used to use a pressure cooker. I haven't tried one, but would love to. Kaz x

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  21. I have a similar product and use it regularly, so helpful for big families!!

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  22. I'd love a pressure cooker like this, would be so perfect for big stews etc. Thanks for linking up with #TriedTested

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    1. Thanks for hosting and stopping by Kate :)

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  23. Can you steam a steak and kidney pudding in it homemade

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    1. Hi Susan, I've not seen a pudding recipe before but I would say if you tweet them direct (@ pressurekingpro ) they would be able to tell you :)

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  24. I purchased the 6L pressure king pro and found the cooking times stated in advert on the TV to be way out, rice pudding took 27 minutes instead of the 12 minutes it says in the recipe book, also done a leg of lamb which states 35 minutes and took 90 minutes till tender, yes it's good but the cooking times are way out.

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    1. Thanks for the comment Claire, my porridge takes a little longer than I first though it would but it tastes so much better in this Pressure King Pro :)

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  25. Can you cook lentils or beans in this pressure cooker?

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    1. I am not sure as I have never tried to cook these. I would tweet or email @pressurekingpro as they would know best :)

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  26. I’ve had one for a year , do a stew in 30 min never used it for much else, but lovely stews

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