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Wolfgang Puck Automatic Pressure Cooker

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Wolfgang Puck Automatic Pressure Cooker
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Wolfgang Puck Automatic Pressure Cooker
Wolfgang Puck Automatic Pressure Cooker
Wolfgang Puck Automatic Pressure Cooker
Wolfgang Puck Automatic Pressure Cooker
Wolfgang Puck Automatic Pressure Cooker
Wolfgang Puck Automatic Pressure Cooker
Wolfgang Puck Automatic Pressure Cooker
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Experiencing a culinary burnout from your usual fast-paced cooking routine? Take it slow for a new, fresh way to create delicious meals for you and your family with Wolfgang Puck's automatic pressure cooker! The legendary gourmet restaurateur's slow cooker is designed to offer an easy method in achieving flavourful dishes with less effort than ever before.

This slow cooker maximizes flavour in a fraction of the time required by conventional cooking, reducing the time you'll spend in the kitchen by an average of 70%. Cook savoury rice, fish, pasta, meat and vegetable dishes in one pot—and even cook meat from its frozen state and pasta and rice from raw in minutes! Just toss all your ingredients together in the slow cooker's pot, and leave it alone until the timer sounds—the meals take care of themselves. Slow cooking is also a healthier way of cooking, as opposed to frying or baking; this device needs no oil to enable cooking because of the cooker's moisture-inducing lidded design. This chamber style also helps to keep the nutrients in the food, instead of losing them during the induction process. You'll find yourself using this appliance many times a week; its low-maintenance functionality makes for an attractive and time-saving alternative to slaving over the stove in a scramble to piece together a last-minute meal. 

Don't rely on take-out; take in the multiple benefits of a slow cooker that will help you create nutritious, mouth-watering mealtime favourites in a flash!

• This item is exclusive to TSC in Canada!
• Cook rice, fish, meat, vegetables and more!
• Precision thermostat regulates temperature and pressure
• Captures slow-cooked flavour in a fraction of the time required by conventional cooking
• 90-minute timer automatically begins once it reaches cooking pressure
• Cooker will switch to warm once the cooking cycle is complete and ready for your meal
• 5-quart format is ideal for preparing family-sized meals
• Weight: 13 lbs
• Dimensions: 13.39" x 12.95" x 13.78" (cooker)
• Care: see manual. Unplug the detachable power cord from the outlet and then from the pressure cooker; the pressure cooker housing can be washed with a warm, damp cloth
• Made in China

• 5-Quart Pressure Cooker
• Rice Measuring Cup
• Sticker Cooking Chart
• Detachable Power Cord
• Steaming Rack
• Manual (English and French)

Warranty Information:
This product comes with a 1-year warranty through the manufacturer.

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Good but....

By Collette

from Edmonton

All Star Reviewer

This is my first pressure cooker and I'm on the fence. Not so much about the cooker because I've used it a few times and it seems OK but I like the smell of roast beef and stew and chicken cooking in the oven and you get none of that delicious aroma while it's sealed up tighter than a drum. Plus, I just don't trust it enough...steam is scary... When I release the steam my cats disappear for the evening...LOL!!!! Am sending it and the recipe book back. I guess my review is more of a personal preference than a bad product so I would recommend it for the performance.



By cathrine

from mississauga

Bronze Reviewer

Yes I have to say the same thing as a previous review. It takes much longer to heat up. I made butternut squash soup tonite. Followed Marians recipe in the book, was supposed to take 6 minutes. It would have been quicker if I boiled it in a pot. It turned out really watery. And all the non stick surfaces are scratching up. Marian is always talking about losing weight and cooking fast without much fat.Put the calories and fat content with your recipes. I am considering sending this back. Have been very disappointed with the quality of his products.

( 1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)


Love my new pressure cooker...easy to use,easy to clean

By Retired and Loving it

from Whitecourt,Alberta

Easy to use,easy to clean and the meals turn out perfect everytime..ordered the cookbook and had some delicious it so well we ordered another one and extra Cookbook as a Christmas gift for our Daughter and son-in-law.

( 1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)


Cooks well but....

By Regular tsc shopper

from Red Deer

Bronze Reviewer

I bought both the pressure cooker and the recipe book. It is easy to use and recipes looked good and easy to prepare. I tried the roast beef recipe and although delicious and quick cooking, wasn't fall off the bone and after thoroughly cleaning, I couldn't get the smell of beef broth out of the plastic sealing ring. I cooked refried beans and again cleaned everything thoroughly and the sealing ring still strongly smells like beef broth. Also, the refried bean recipe specifically says to use an immersion blender and it marked up the bottom of the pot, removing bits of the non stick coating. Definitely not metal utensil friendly!! Sent both items back.

( 2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)


Not as fast as Marianne claims

By Nat

from Ottawa

I was enthralled by Marianne's demonstration of this pressure cooker on TSC and decided to buy. It seemed like a logical choice given that I could cook meals extremely quickly (e.g.: chicken breast in 6 minutes, pot roast in 35 minutes, even use frozen meats!). What Marianne DOES NOT tell you on the show is that it takes a certain amount of time for the pressure and temperature to build up to the desired levels BEFORE the cooking period starts and once it's done cooking, the pressure needs to release on it's own time which adds A LOT of time.

Case and point: The pot roast recipe that is in her cookbook claims to take 35 minutes. What it doesn't say is that it takes 15 minutes for the pressure/temp to build, then 35 minutes to cook, and then an additional 50 minutes for the pressure to release. So what was advertised as taking 35 minutes ended up taking 1h40 minutes!!!

Yes, it's still faster than a slow cooker, but it's not as fast as what is advertised. Mind you, she's not lying in her demo - she says "cooking time". For the un-educated customer like myself, I didn't clue in that it was code for "won't be the only time you need to account for".

I haven't tried to use frozen meat yet but I can only assume that the time it takes before the cooking period begins would be extended substantively to warm up the meat to the desired starting level before the cooking begins.

Buyer beware. It's not a bad product - it's just sold under disguised pretenses in my opinion.

( 2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)


My First Experience with One

By Stylish Lady

from New Brunswick

Top 10 Reviewer

I ordered this pressure cooker because it was smaller then the usual ones and I am on my own. I have always been a bit nervous of them. I received it Oct 3 and Marian's book the following day. It has been sitting on the end of my kitchen table and I have looked at it every time I passed. Yesterday I was not feeling up to par and decided I would return it without even trying it but today was a better day and so I did try it. I used the Pot Roast recipe in the little manual. I decided that if the roast turned out the way I like one, very well done, it would stay but if not, back it would go. It took awhile to finish it as I had to read the directions as I went along but I followed the times exactly. When the roast came out, it looked as firm as when it went it but, one pull with the times of the fork and it shredded away as easily as it does for Marian on air. It was simply delicious. I did something I very seldom do as I am a WW. I went back for a second helping. I have not been feeling up to par and my stomach has been upset awhile so I have had no appetite but yoday, I did. It will stay. I really want to try Corned beef and Cabbage next. I have only used it the once so hope I have no problem with it but I did so enjoy the results of my first experience using one.

( 0 of 9 customers found this review helpful)


never again

By Evita Oshawa

from Oshawa

I bay it from TSC 2 years ago.I used it twice and the pressure cooker lost his heat. I regret the previously I do not tested it more often.I lost my money.

( 8 of 8 customers found this review helpful)


Couldn't live without it!

By Delcar

from Ontario

Bronze Reviewer

Soups! Amazing, easy to use. Just great, even putting in a frozen chicken, 15 minutes later, my broth is done, my chicken falling off the bone and ready to toss in a few veggies, take the meat from the bone and add pasta all still in the pot. Split pea, another simple 15 minute soup. My married girls love this -- they call and I make it. Made a flan which was super easy. Delicious and no effort at all. My potatoes or those whole sweet potatoes, squash, just way too easy. No need to be afraid of this machine. It isn't our mother's pressure cooker for sure. Get the book too!

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