We all live in an era where man is a hound in searchof advanced technology. The odd working hours of the overworked individuals is the mother of various appliances which can offer them comfort and speed for fulfilling various chores. Cooking is not only a necessity but also the love for many people. The culinary art is the provider of delicacies which somehow make us forget the complications for a while. Talking of cooking, the vessels, which we find hard to live without, are the Pressure Cookers. The availability of many pressure cooker accessories in India made things easier for the users.
With the advent of induction stoves, this ease in cooking reached new heights. The induction base pressure cookers were brought to life. The mechanism is simple, yet there are a few things that should not be practised while handling the new technology pressure cookers. These are –
- Do not arrange for the spices or cut the aromatics like garlic, onions or corianders while the stove is on. Before putting oil on heat, organise the ingredients and turn the stove on just before pouring oil in a cooker. Preheating a cooker, which is induction based, is not an option.
- Do not put the cookware on high heat as that would not be helpful in cooking fast. The process leave many ingredients charred. The pressure is reached in an induction base pressure cooker in a relatively low amount of time. A sufficient time is required for the food to be cooked properly and this is only possible if the cooker id kept on medium flame.
- Do not keep yourself away from the heat when you have adjusted the flame once. In case of full cooker or a wide cooker, this is extremely important. This is because the equal distribution of substantial heat is required for them. Once the flame is lowered, the pressure is lowered and if the heat is not adjusted at right frequency, the food will be left undone.
- Do not avoid the use of timer function of the stove while cooking in induction base Pressure Cookers. The timers are best features of the induction burners, which help to turn off the flame automatically and thus, save the need of constant vigilance.