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Old 05-19-2013, 08:49 PM
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Default Pressure cooker help

Greetings all. I need some advice, recipe's, and I have a question about Pressure cooker.

I just got a Pressure cooker, and I have never cooked with one. I have heard that you can cook cut up chicken with oil in a pressure cooker and have it come out crispy like KFC.


Is this true? Can you use oil in a pressure cooker? Can I get chicken to come out like KFC? And, do any of you have pressure cooker recipes?

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A pressure cooker and a pressurized deep fryer are 2 different things. NEVER use a pressure cooker to deep fry...it isn't designed to deep fry.
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the standard pressure cooker is not intended nor safe for pressurized deep frying.

there are specially designed models for pressure frying. - if yours does not clearly state it can be used for pressure deep frying, the advise is not to go there.
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Wow! Thank you, I did not know this.


Can I buy a “pressure deep frying” cooker at any store or is it something that has to be bought a an industrial story?
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I don't know but I would imagine you could get one at a restaurant/catering supply store.
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Heck Ya don't need a pressure cooker for crispy fried chicken...just ask my wife
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