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Kuhn Rikon Anniversary Pressure Cooker, 3.7 qt.

If you prefer to cook slow meals yet find yourself on a fast-food schedule, cooking with a pressure cooker is a superb answer. In just a short cooking time, this safe and healthful method can provide a depth of flavor to soups, vegetables and meats that...Read More

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If you prefer to cook slow meals yet find yourself on a fast-food schedule, cooking with a pressure cooker is a superb answer. In just a short cooking time, this safe and healthful method can provide a depth of flavor to soups, vegetables and meats that usually requires much more time. A convenient quick-cooking guide rings the gasket on the lid of this 3¾-quart stainless-steel pot. Includes trivet for steaming. Hand washing recommended. Made in Switzerland.

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  • Ideal for steaming vegetables, small soups, rice dishes and small roasts
  • 10/10 stainless steel will not interact with food and is dishwasher safe
  • Five over-pressure safety systems, integrated automatic locking system
  • Solid aluminium sandwich for even browning and rapid heat absorption
  • Stainless-steel steaming trivet, new generation spring-loaded precision valve
  • User-friendly operation and interior fill lines

Specifications Show

  • Manufacturer: Kuhn Rikon
  • Capacity: 3.7 qt.
  • Dimensions: 8" x 4¾"
  • Material: Stainless steel
  • Warranty: 10-year warranty on all non-replaceable parts, material and workmanship
  • Model: #3050
  • Made in Switzerland

Care & Usage Show

  • Abrasive cleaners should be avoided

What's In the box? Show

  • Unit
  • 90-page recipe book
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Customer Reviews

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Fabulous product
I have never tried a pressure cooker before having been concerned about safety issues. This pressure cooker puts those fears to rest and it makes great, tender and juicy foods. I've used it for meats that normally take a long time to cook. They come out perfect every time. The size is just right for small meals for my husband and I.
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October 28, 2014
I am someone who doesn't have a lot of time, but cooking and eating efficiently and in a healthful manner is important. I always thought the pressure cooker was a daunting tool (possibly dangerous due to other peoples fears)but after reading about Macro Biotic cooking, and having the author specifically recommend a pressure cooker and Kuhn Rikon, I went immediately to purchase, and have not been disappointed, ever. The simplicity, the strength of the cooker, the choices of food and food types, not to mention the nutrients being saved within the food, and of course the speed, what else could you ask for. LOVE THIS BRAND and would not recommend anything else. It has been referred to as the Porche or Mercedes of cookers, and it's true. The money you pay for this product is ultimately worth it, because you and your family are!
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May 26, 2015
a small but BIG treat
after researching many pressure cookers, brands, size, uses, I settled on this one. i have enjoyed it daily since my purchase. it would seem small, but it isn't. it holds plenty for 4 people, after all, fresh, quick and right to the serving isthe purpose for a pressure cooker. baking potatoes, done in 5 minutes, flavor saved immensely over micro or in oven. beans, legumes, greens and even meats come out perfect. the new spring loaded top is such an improvement over old timey cookers, that's what kept me away from pressure cookers for decades. the food cooked in this pot is so fresh tasting it's hard to saute, steam or bake after using this one. easy rinse cleanup, it is easy instruction friendly with the time chart right on top of the lid around the pressure valve, no fumbling around. and as for seasonings, all into at the beginning, or adding in ingredients is simple because a quick press with the back of a wooden spoon makes it easy to release the pressure, less than 15 seconds, and then open to add something else. i was so amazed to cook beans that i normally soak overnight, and slow cook ALL morning, be ready in less than 20 minutes, NO FLAVOR COMPROMISE. amazing, just amazing. being somewhat of a gourmand and very health conscious i can't believe i haven't owned this already. valuable nutrients are leached from foods with traditional cooking, this pressure method retains the nutritious value of the food. SO VERY HAPPY with this purchase. once again after 30 years of shopping with you,THANK YOU Sur La Tab.
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September 18, 2015
2 months ago
Best pressure cooker ever!
I grew up in an house where we used the old-fashioned pressure cooker every day. I was always scared of it. I loved the way my Mom made food but couldn't bring myself to buy one until I saw this beauty! I was blown away. It is super safe, easy to use, quiet and cute. I call it the Tesla of pressure cookers. It is pricier than others on the market but it is worth every penny. I use it almost daily when it gets cold and it always make perfect food. I mainly use it to cook lentils, beans (black, kidney, pinto, chickpeas), rice, root veggies and even steam fruit to make applesauce. I love it! The size is perfect for me and for small dinner parties. It is also very convenient to clean and store. I am glad I took the time to research and bought the right one for me.
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November 3, 2015

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I have one of these and have now purchased it for my granddaughter. I love mine!
Pat S on Nov 4, 2015
I already have the same one with this. I like this size.
Chiharu T on May 1, 2015
roxanne f on Aug 26, 2015
I absolutely LOVE the pressure cooker! It is my "fast food" go to as I can't seem to get it together in the morning and use a slow cooker. At night, I can throw almost anything in the pressure cooker and have something on the table in a few minutes. Kuhn Rikon is the best brand too
Margaret P on Dec 15, 2014
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I am planning on buying a pressure cooker soon, but I'm really unsure as to which one is the best for me. I prefer a stovetop model rather than an electric. What is the difference in the new design Kuhn Rikon and the anniversary edition other than the lift handle? Is the Fagor set of the equivalent quality and is it useful enough for the extra storage space required
A shopper on Oct 12, 2012
Best Answer: One similarity between all of the pressure cookers you are interested in would be they are all made of 18/10 stainless steel with an aluminum core to promote even heat distribution. All have a low and high pressure setting. All come with instruction books and recipes.Between the Kuhn Rikon pressure cookers we offer, the Anniversary model is a 3.75 quart pressure cooker where the others we offer are larger (5.5 quart and 7 quart). The Anniversary has listed cooking times for 20 of the most popular dishes to cook in a pressure cooker, where the others don't. All of the Kuhn Rikon's have 5 integrated safety mechanisms to prevent opening the pressure cooker while under pressure and all are made in Switzerland.The Fagor 5 piece pressure cooker set has both a 4 and an 8 quart pot for more versatility. Fagor also includes a glass lid so your 4 and 8 quart pots can double as stock pots. The Fagor has a triple safety mechanism: dual pressure control valves, 2 independent over pressure release valves, and a safety locking handle to prevent opening while under pressure. Lasly, the Fagor is designed in Spain and made in China
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Can this pressure cooker be used on an induction cooktop?
A shopper on Nov 26, 2014
Best Answer: Yes, this is induction compatible.
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