Tefal unveils new pressure cooker range
Dubai, September 8, 2010
Tefal from Groupe SEB, a market leader in domestic appliances, has announced the Middle East launch of its Clipso Control + range of pressure cookers.
The practical range offers a host of special features to make cooking using a pressure cooker safer and easier too with an exclusive and patented opening and closing system known as “Clac” that could be used with one hand, said a company statement.
Another unique feature of this range is foldable handles for easy storage (except on the 4.5L), it added.
A modern kitchen is not complete without a pressure cooker. It is an indispensable appliance that cooks quickly, saves time and energy and allows preservation of vitamins, the company said.
"A pressure cooker cooks up to five times faster than a normal stew pot. For example, cream of chicken would take 14 minutes of cooking time with a pressure cooker while a stew pot would take an hour and 15 minutes to prepare the same dish."
"A pressure cooker is versatile and could boil, steam, roast and stew and at the same time preserving nutrients and keeping natural flavor."
According to Tefal, one of the main advantages of the Clipso range is its five safety devices which is a main criterion when choosing a pressure cooker.
For added convenience, a removable smart timer is included that could be taken around the house while doing other work and not fixed to the cooker.
As a sign of Tefal’s commitment to the Middle East market, the new Clipso range - the Clipso Easy, Clipso Modulo and Clipso Control + all will soon come with a booklet full of popular Middle Eastern recipes, the company statement said.-TradeArabia News Service
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