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May 12, 2007

Pressure pan

May 12, 2007 02:29 PM | tools

Pressure pan imageThe pressure pan makes neither air nor the liquid run away except the pan and is a pan that can be sealed up. Internal air is pressed and it becomes the high atmospheric pressure when overheating with this pan. And, pressure and a temperature that is higher than usually can be given to an internal ingredient. Consequently, it is possible to cook delicious in a short time. The pressure pan is a cooking utensil that requires careful handling. You should correctly use it often reading the manual.

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