Take the pressure off mealtimes with the brand new Pressure King Pro, the incredible compact kitchen sensation that cooks perfect meals at the touch of a button!
Looking for a quick and easy way to whip up those spring meals? Then look no further than the Pressure King Pro!
The latest innovative product bought to you by High Street TV, the Pressure King Pro is an incredible compact kitchen sensation that cooks perfect meals at the touch of a button, and I have one up for grabs!
The Pressure King Pro cooks with pressurised steam to lock in flavours, seasonings, vitamins and nutrients to make delicious, juicy and tender, slow-cooked tasting family dinners up to 90%faster than conventional methods! With a 5 litre capacity allowing you to make big meals for the family!
Quick, safe and easy to use, the Pressure King Pro maintains the perfect temperature whilst cooking your food quickly and evenly. With 12 pre-programmed functions ranging from meat, rice, stew to soup, the gadget also comes with various function modes such as the 24-hour Delay Timer mode which allows you to switch it on in a morning and your food will be ready to eat when you get home, the Keep Warm mode automatically kicks in when your food is cooked, so your food will stay hot until you’re ready to eat it, as well as the Fast Reheat mode which warms up pre-cooked food.
This amazing gadget also comes with a BONUS recipe book included, so you can make a wide variety of meals from slow cooked hearty stews, fluffy and creamy risottos, wholesome soups to delicious pasta dishes with succulent and flavoursome results each time!
Giveaway Prize comprises:
1 x Pressure King Pro 12-in-1 Digital Pressure Cooker RRP £69 including:
1 x Inner Pot (5L Capacity).
1 x Steam Tray/Inner Tray.
1 x Measuring Cup.
1 x Condensation Cup.
1 x Spoon.
1 x User Manual.
1 x BONUS Recipe Book.
Open to UK residents only who are over 18 years old. Prize will be sent out by HIGH STREET TV and I am NOT responsible for sending out the prizes.
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Spicy lentil and chicken casserole!
I’d cook the meat base for all my favourite meals like lasagne and cottage pie
Tracy Nixon says
I’d make some homemade broth first using a ham shank! My mam regularly made this for our family when I was young using her pressure cooker!
Janis mccann says
I’d cook oxtail stew with red wine or Hungarian goulash or beef in Guinness. Im getting hungry thinking about it!
Rina Housbey says
Has to be a spicy lentil dhal!
Anne Dalzell says
BBq pulled pork until it’s deliciously tender and of course, good old Irish stew.
Tracey Peach says
It would have to be beef stew with our secret ingredient. No I’m not telling! 🙂
clair downham says
beef casserole with dumplings
Rosemary Guthrie says
I’d be spoiled for choice; it seems so versatile! Soups, stews, casserole, Christmas puddings. The list is endless!
kim neville says
A niee Goulash for the family
marion king says
my classic lamb and dumpling stew
Sheila Reeves says
I’d make my Mums chicken stew – but in a lot shorter time!
The chil everyone craves, Sloppy Joes, soups, stews, and more
Susie Wilkinson says
It’d have to be Beef Stew and Dumplings, it’s the family favourite!
laura banks says
beef stew and dumplings
Samantha Loughlin says
Lamb casarole for everyone
Sharon Pickles says
Id make a lovely ragu sauce for spag bol or lasagne
Natalie Crossan says
Chicken cassarole xx
Emma Walton says
I would love to cook some curried goat as my brother has a pressure cooker and he told me the meat is lovely and tender when cooked this way.
cherie shaw says
I would make a lovely beef stew !
Sarah forward says
A warming chicken stew with dumplings x
melanie stirling says
I’d cook a ham joint and lamb shanks,our favourites.
Katie Skeoch says
I’d definitely cook a chicken curry, it’s perfect in a pressure cooker!
Jo Hutchinson says
I think beef in Guinness would be lovely.
Chrissie Curtis says
Beef Stew and Dumplings!
abigail edkins says
I love my pulled pork
I’d made a delicious chili. My favorite goto dinner for the kids and I.
Maya Russell says
We love chicken korma
My Mum used to make the best Turkey Stew with the leftover turkey carcass and meat, I’d love to try that but traditional pressure cookers have always scared the life out of me!!!
Probably lasagne though I’d like to try something sweet too
Heidi Craske says
I’d love one of these! With 7 mouths to feed it would come in handy!
Helen Adams says
Beef stew with dumplings
Katherine L says
I’d love to cook some succulent shin of beef burritos with this!
Mary Chez says
Chicken and mushroom casserole
Elizabeth Hardie says
Pulled pork served in a bun with bbq sauce
David Clarke says
Braised steak with veggies 😛
Kim Styles says
Smoked Hock Stew with lentils for my family
Heidi Craske says
I’d love to try a curry in a pressure cooker
Lisa Conn says
I’ve never had a pressure cooker before but just got the Hairy Dieters new cookbook which has a section for pressure cookers, the tomato sauce and risotto look particularly good.
Patricia Avery says
I’d cook lots of casseroles and home made soup using our fresh garden produce 🙂
margaret beardmore says
Beetroot to go with a healthy salad in half the time it takes to boil them
Natalie J says
A good old fashioned beef stew would be my first make