The Reviews Are In: America Loves The Power Pressure Cooker XL!
Why do so many customers write reviews raving about the TriStar Inc. Power Pressure Cooker XL? It’s the new-generation pressure cooker that makes succulent, one-pot cooking fast, effortless, and budget-conscious. Shortly after its debut on the market, Customer Ron B. left a review of his Power Pressure Cooker XL, writing: “All I can say is this really lives up to the hype and then some…this is NOT like the old ”rattlers” your mother used on the stove top.”
Pressure Cooker Customers Crave Convenience
Countless reviews of The TriStar Power Pressure Cooker XL rave about how it makes cooking dinner fast, easy, and stress-free. When your one-pot meal is finished cooking, The Power Pressure Cooker XL switches to Keep Warm Mode. Your favorite pork roast recipe stays warm and moist until you’re ready to sit down! Many reviews call The Power Pressure Cooker XL the must-have kitchen tool for busy families.
Juicy Roasts, Steaks & More: A Flavor Explosion!
The Power Pressure Cooker XL is professionally designed to lock-in intense flavor. Even the most inexpensive cuts of meat become extra tender. One touch of a pre-set button gives you mouthwatering, fall off the bone ribs, steaks, roasts, and chops. You don’t need a complicated recipe & you save money on groceries! Justine W. gave her review to TriStar about The Power Pressure Cooker XL, saying: “I made the best lamb chops that were very tender and better than cooking on top of stove or in the oven.”
Tristar, Inc. Creates Cooking Tools to Make Life Easier
Loyal customer Marla S. writes of her Power Pressure Cooker XL: “I think it’s one of the best investments I’ve ever made. I’ve recommended this pressure cooker to all my friends, because like me, they don’t have a lot of time to cook.” The Power Pressure Cooker was designed by Tristar Products in Fairfield, NJ to prepare an entire family meal 70% faster than traditional cooking methods. Plus, the non-stick inner pot means cleanup is easy and fast, no matter what your recipe. It’s definitely not your grandmother’s pressure cooker!