Pressure Cookers

Pressure Cookers are a great way to lower your food bill and feed your family. At Pressure Cooker Outlet we offer a variety of Pressure Cookers for you to compare and purchase. Our line of Presto Pressure Cookers are made of high quality aluminum and stainless steel. The Mirro Pressure Cookers works well with small and medium size kitchens. We also offer All American Pressure Cookers from Wisconsin Aluminum Foundry that are made in the USA. These Cookers are more commonly known as the All American Pressure Cookers. Chef's Design Pressure Cooker have great looks, are safe to use on glass top induction stoves and have excellent performance.
Attention: Due to remarkably high demand orders for All American Pressure Canners (910, 915, 921, 925, 930 & 941) will not ship until late March. (This is only an estimate, manufacturing delays may cause the shipping date to be longer than anticipated.)
Orders for All American Pressure Canners will not be charged until the order is ready to ship.

Aluminum Pressure Cookers

Presto 4 Quart Pressure Cooker
Presto Pressure Cooker 4 Quart Aluminum
(8 reviews)

Price: $27.99

Presto # 01241
Our Number - A41077
Presto 6 Quart Pressure Cooker
Presto Pressure Cooker 6 Quart Aluminum
(2 reviews)

Price: $34.9

Presto # 01264
Our Number - A41078
Presto 8 Quart Pressure Cooker
Presto Pressure Cooker 8 Quart Aluminum
(4 reviews)

Price: $36.99

Presto # 01282
Our Number - A55163
Mirro 6 Quart Pressure Cooker
Mirro Pressure Cooker 6 Quart
(5 reviews)

Price: $34.99

Out of Stock
Mirro # 92160
Our Number - A29867
Mirro 8 Quart Pressure Cooker
Mirro Pressure Cooker 8 Quart
(7 reviews)

Price: $49.95

Out of Stock
Mirro # 92180
Our Number - A29884

Stainless Steel Pressure Cookers

All stainless steel cookers can be used on induction stoves (this includes glass-top stoves). Stainless steel models are made available in all Chef's Design models and the three Presto options below. Stainless steal pres sure cookers have the proper conductivity (featuring an aluminum plate in the bottom) for fast pressure cooking and safe use on induction stoves. Stainless steal works equally as well on gas, electric, and ceramic cook-top stoves.
Presto 4 Quart Stainless Steel Pressure Cooker
Presto Pressure Cooker 4 Quart Stainless Steel
(6 reviews)

Price: $44.99

Presto # 01341
Our Number - A41081
Presto 6 Quart Stainless Steel Pressure Cooker
Presto Pressure Cooker 6 Quart Stainless Steel
(1 reviews)

Price: $49.99

Presto # 01362
Our Number - A41082
Presto 8 Quart Stainless Steel Pressure Cooker
Presto Professional Pressure Cooker 8 Quart Stainless Steel
(1 reviews)

Price: $69.99

Out of Stock
Presto # 01370
Our Number - Opc01370

 

All American Pressure Cookers

The only pressure cooker that can be used for canning.

All American 10 Quart Pressure Cooker
All American Pressure Canner 10 Quart

Price: $259.95

Out of Stock
Available for Backorder
All American # 910
Our # OpcAA910
All American 15 Quart Pressure Cooker
All American Pressure Canner 15 Quart

Price: $289.95

Out of Stock
Available for Backorder
All American # 915
Our # OpcAA915
All American 21 Quart Pressure Cooker
All American Pressure Canner 21 Quart

Price: $319.95

Out of Stock
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All American # 921
Our # OpcAA921
All American 25 Quart Pressure Cooker
All American Pressure Canner 25 Quart

Price: $339.95

Out of Stock
Available for Backorder
All American # 925
Our # OpcAA925
All American 30 Quart Pressure Cooker
All American Pressure Canner 30 Quart

Price: $389.95

Out of Stock
Available for Backorder
All American # 930
Our # OpcAA930
All American 41 Quart Pressure Cooker
All American Pressure Canner 41 Quart

Price: $549.95

Out of Stock
Available for Backorder
All American # 941
Our # OpcAA941

 

Electric Pressure Cookers


Presto # 02141
Our # Opc02141
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Pressure Cooker History

Before the pressure cooker was invented, cooking food was a very difficult household chore that could sometimes take an entire day for just one meal. Cooking happened on wood stoves or over open fires. This could result in food not being cooked well, but people made do with what they had and went on about their lives as they did not have any other options to choose from.

In 1679 a man named Denis Papin came along. Papin was a French mathematician and physicist. No one truly knows what inspired him to invent to pressure cooker, but invent one he did and he named it the Papin Digester.

This ancestor to our current pressure cooker was a cumbersome machine that had a reputation for being dangerous. It was hard to regulate the temperature and steam so having one explode was a common occurrence. One of the problems it had? It was created with cast iron.

In the past 330+ years pressure cookers have gone through a vast variety of changes. Today's pressure cooker is much safer than the original. However, the idea behind the pressure cooker is still the same, to cook food more quickly and efficiently, to have the food be more flavorful and tender than traditional cooking methods. Your pressure cooker will save you time and energy in your kitchen and it will allow you to create delicious meals quickly and with ease.



 
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