Step by step and brilliant tips



We explain to you how to do each task step by step and reveal brilliant tips and tricks to help you conjure every recipe on to the table without any stress or difficulty.

Preserving with a pressure cooker


The pressure cooker can also be used for preserving foods. Depending on the size of the preserved jars, use the 4.5-l model or larger:

  • Fill the jars up to about one finger width below the rim and then seal
  • Pour at least 200 – 300 ml liquid (see "min" marking) into the pressure cooker
  • Place the preserve jars in the perforated inset and insert them into the pressure cooker
  • Close the cooker, select the cooking setting, and parboil


Jam: Setting 1, 1-2 minutes 
Fruit/pickled vegetables: Setting 1, 8-10 minutes 
Vegetables: Setting 2, 20-25 minutes 

Do not release the pressure in the pressure cooker quickly but rather let it cool down gradually, as otherwise the jars may burst.

All pressure cookers at a glance

Multi-level pressure cooking

Instructions for a delicious dish from a single pot. In multi-level cooking, all the ingredients are cooked in the same pot at the same time.

Step by step – Multi-level cooking

Filleting fish like a professional


Instructions for filleting a salmon trout


Step by step – Filleting fish


Sectioning oranges perfectly


Instructions for creating fine orange fillets

 

Step by step – Sectioning oranges

 

 

Three tips for red cabbage – practical, quick, and delicious

Cutting red cabbage properly, preparing with the pressure cooker, and enjoying!

Three tips for red cabbage

Finely diced – Cutting onions properly


Instructions for perfectly dicing an onion

Step by step – Cutting onions properly