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