Every high-end WMF pressure cooker features a sleek stainless steel design, giving it a mirror-like finish that won't dent or scratch. Available in different collections and sold individually or in sets, WMF pressure cookers cost up to $250, placing them at the higher end of the price spectrum. For your money, you get a superior cooking vessel that cooks faster and more efficiently than standard cookware. In fact, cut as much as 70 percent off of cook time and consume up to 50 percent less energy with a WMF pressure cooker, perfect for environmentally-conscious gourmets.
Advantages and Applications
Use a WMF pressure cooker to make soups, stews, steam vegetables, braise or fry meat, defrost frozen goods or to can or preserve foods for storage. A pressure cooker is a healthier alternative to a microwave or stove, as it traps nutrients in food and retains their flavor and aroma. Moreover, their 18/10 stainless steel design is very easy to clean.
WMF pressure cookers come in 3 collections:
- Perfect Plus
- Perfect Ultra
Sizes include 2.5-, 3-, 4.5-, 6.5- and 8.5-liter models. Purchase WMF cookers in sets of 2 or individually. Save for virtually any cooktop including induction models, the pressure cookers feature a deep polish and attractive exterior stylings.