Best Pressure Cooker At Best Price In Pakistan

Pressure cookers are cooking’s best kept secret. Using a build-up of steam inside the sealed saucepan, meals which usually take hours are cooked 70% faster. These time-savers are ideal for creating batches of dishes which can be eaten by the family throughout the week.

Essentially, a pressure cooker is a sealed pot that creates steam pressure by heating water. Pressure cookers keep the steam they generate inside of the pot, but they also allow excess steam to escape through a vent tube. As a result, pressure cookers automatically maintain a constant internal pressure to cook food quickly.

It’s a whole new way of cooking, with its own language and processes. You usually need to wait for a pressure cooker to heat up, then you add the food and the lid, and let it cook for a certain amount of time, at a certain pressure level. (How long? There are many pressure cooking charts that show you how long certain foods should cook .) Then you let the pressure release (sometimes fast, sometimes slow — depends on the recipe).

Pressure cookers force liquid into food, helping it cook faster and allowing your cooks to quickly tenderize tough foods. Additionally, they also increase caramelization and browning due to the extra high heat they create, which allows you to create complex flavors.

Some chefs also use pressure cookers to prepare meat, as they can quickly achieve both tender and well done finished products. Additionally, they're ideal for tenderizing raw vegetables or making stews. As a general rule, pressure cookers aren't designed for foods that are supposed to be dry and crispy. You'll also want to avoid using them to cook delicate foods like lean fish, as they can easily be damaged by the intense pressure within the cooker.

In addition to meat and some seafood, here are just a few of the foods you can prepare using a pressure cooker:

  • Beans
  • pizza
  • cake
  • Macaroni and cheese
  • Pasta and tomato sauce
  • Ribs
  • Rice, risotto, and rice pudding
  • Soup, chili, and stew


  1. Cook Faster! – Save you tons of time

Cooking time is greatly reduced as foods cook up to 70% faster when a pressure cooker is used, making it a handy tool to quickly get the meal on the table.

We can all remember those days when we arrive home from work too tired to cook, and need to make dinner in a hurry. On days like this, the pressure cooker can be used to whip up a nutritious and tasty one-pot meal in mere minutes. Throw in all the ingredients and you’ll have the dinner ready by the time you are through tidying up the kitchen and setting the table

  1. Save Energy & Money

Pressure cooking is more energy efficient than other cooking methods because it uses the trapped steam for cooking, instead of losing it into the air. You’ll end up using less energy with shorter cooking time too.

 Money savings right there. If you purchase an pressure cooker like Chef 1305 model (majestic chef )Pressure Cooker, you don’t even need to buy other appliances such as slow cooker, rice cooker, or steamer.

  1. Eat Healthier

There’s a myth that the high heat used in pressure cooking kills the vitamins and minerals. We’re by no means food scientists, but it’s proven from scientific research that pressure cooked food retain more nutrition value than boiling and steaming. Not only because the cooking time is shorter, but it’s able to trap the nutrient from escaping through the steam.

  1. Eat Better – Rich flavors & fall off the bone meat

The extra high heat used in pressure cooking promotes caramelization and browning of the food. This brings out the depth and complex flavors of the food AND creates a deliciously rich broth at the same time. One of the reasons why we love our pressure cookers is that you can EASILY cook moist and fall off the bone meat in a short time. Yes, it works on cheap tough cuts of meat!

  1. No Sweat, No Smell, No Noise

Cooking in a hot kitchen in the summer is like working out in the sauna room. Ugh…Cook with a pressure cooker? Problem solved. The pressure cooker will not heat up your kitchen when it’s cooking. Plus, if you’re using an electric pressure cooker, you don’t even need to stay in the kitchen while it cooks. Perfect for the hot summer.

Since the pressure cooker is tightly sealed when cooking, you don’t have to worry about filling the house with a certain smell of food.

The modern day pressure cookers don’t create much noise. Perfect for moms who need to cook while the baby is sleeping.

  1. 6. Easy to Use & Super Convenient

It’s essentially hassle free if you are cooking with an electric pressure cooker. You set it and forget it. No babysitting required. Perfect for those with busy lifestyles.


There are many companies designing and making different types of cooking utensils including pressure cooker but how to know which one is the best ?The market is flooded with several contemporarily designed pressure cookers. But while buying a pressure cooker, it’s not only the design which you have to think about. Here are some important pointers to keep in mind.


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Paint of the pressure cooker should be of good quality so that when you wash the cooker after cooking it doesn't get stained ( a pressure cooker of stainless steel is recommended )


Size should be according to your family members as to how much you have to cook on daily basis, since you have to fill the cooker two-third choose the size accordingly.


The easiest tool used by most manufacturers is to make the cooker bulkier by using a weighty handle. So the correct way to judge a pressure cooker is by choosing the one with thicker aluminum or steel walls -- the thicker the walls, the longer the cookware will last.

Fulfilling these conditions , Majestic Chef would be the recommended company to buy a pressure cooker and it holds the title of being the first manufacturer of pressure cooker in Pakistan 70 years ago. They know what to do and how to do since they have experience of making cookware


Majestic Chef has Various Pressure Cookers Models that you should take a look at


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