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Kambrook helps take the pressure off busy mealtimes

With the launch of its new Pressure Express Pressure Cooker, leading Australian home appliance brand, Kambrook believes a whole new generation will warm to the benefits of pressure cooking.

Kambrook’s new Pressure Express enables cooks under time pressure to create delicious, nutritious meals in a fraction of the time it would take using conventional methods. A stew, for example, can be cooked in 45 minutes rather than the usual 8-10 hours.

The Pressure Express is one of Kambrook’s one pot wonders, giving consumers a choice of appliances which save time cooking and cleaning up. It’s as simple as sauting meats and vegetables in the Pressure Express before adding extra ingredients to cook a casserole or curry, for example. The manual dial features six settings and a saut function for different types of meals for flexibility. Legumes, grains, meats and vegetables can all be cooked in the Pressure Express.

Easy to ‘set and forget’ until dinner time, it is even designed to serve meals directly at the table. With its heat resistant base, simply remove the cord and the pressure cooker becomes a serving dish.

The convenience of pressure cooking in the Pressure Express is matched by its safety and ease of use. Three levels of safety are built in. The lid’s safety locking rod and seal ensures that it closes securely. The steam release valves activate automatically when excessive pressure builds and can also be used manually. And the high pressure valve acts as a back up ensuring pressure cooking is safer than ever before.

As with all Kambrook appliances, the Pressure Express Pressure Cooker has been rigorously tested to ensure safety and durability. At $99.95, it’s good value and a great time saver for busy cooks.

Consumer enquiries: visit www.kambrook.com.au or call 1300 139 798.

For recipes and further inspiration, visit the A Perfect Pantry blog at http://aperfectpantry.com.au. Additionally, keep an eye on Kambrook’s Facebook fan page for the company’s latest news: www.facebook.com/kambrook