Owner`s manual | Bravetti PC107HA Electric Pressure Cooker User Manual

Electronic Pressure Cooker
Model PC107HA
120V., 60Hz., 900 Watts
Boston, MA, 02465
1 (800) 798-7398
Copyright © EURO-PRO Operating LLC 2008
Grounding Instructions
When using your Pressure Cooker basic safety precautions should always be
observed, including the following:
Read all instructions before using your
Pressure Cooker.
To protect against fire, electric shock
and injury to persons, do not immerse
cord, plugs, or the pressure cooker
housing in water or other liquid.
Do not touch hot surfaces. Always
use handles or knobs.
Close supervision is necessary when
any appliance is used by or near
Do not let cord hang over edge of
table or counter, or touch hot surfaces.
Do not operate any appliance with a
damaged cord or plug or after the
appliance malfunctions or has been
dropped or damaged in any manner.
Return appliance to EURO-PRO
Operating LLC for examination, repair
or adjustment.
The use of accessory attachments not
recommended by the appliance
manufacturer may result in fire, electric
shock or injury to persons.
Do not place on or near a hot gas or
electric burner or in a heated oven.
To avoid possible steam damage,
place pressure cooker away from walls
or cabinets during use.
Unplug from outlet when not in use and
before cleaning. Allow the appliance to
cool before putting on or taking off
parts, and before cleaning.
To disconnect, press the “Cancel”
button, then remove the plug from
electrical outlet. Always hold the plug,
and never pull the cord.
Extreme caution must be used when
moving an appliance containing hot oil
or other hot liquids.
Oversized foods, metal foil packages,
or utensils must not be inserted in the
appliance, as they may involve a risk of
fire or electric shock.
This appliance cooks under pressure.
Improper use may result in scalding
injury. Make certain unit is properly
closed before operating. See
“Operating Instructions”.
A fire may occur if the appliance is
covered or touching flammable
material, including curtains, draperies,
walls and the like when in operation.
16. Do not attempt to dislodge food when
appliance is plugged in.
17. Always check the pressure release
devices for clogging before use.
18. Do not fill the unit over 2/3 full.
When cooking foods that expand
during cooking such as rice or dried
vegetables, do not fill the unit over 1/2
full. See “Tips for Cooking with your
Pressure Cooker”.
19. Do not cook foods such as
applesauce, cranberries, pearl barley,
oatmeal or other cereals, split peas,
noodles, macaroni, rhubarb, or
spaghetti. These foods tend to foam,
froth and sputter, and may block the
steam release valve.
20. Do not attempt to open cover until
internal pressure has been reduced.
21. Do not use this pressure cooker for
pressure frying with oil or shortening.
22. Never operate the pressure cooker
without any liquid inside. Do not allow
the pressure cooker to boil dry.
23. Always wear protective, insulated oven
mitts when opening the pressure
release valve.
24. Do not use this appliance outdoors.
25. Do not use this appliance for other
than intended use.
26. Keep hands and face away from steam
release valve when releasing pressure.
27. Caution: To reduce the risk of electric
shock, cook only in the removable
cooking pot. Never place anything into
the housing.
28. Do not use without the removable
cooking pot in place.
29. Do not cover the pressure release
valve with anything or lock it in place
as an explosion may occur.
30. Use extreme caution when removing
the cover after cooking. Serious burns
can result from steam inside. Always
lift and tilt the cover away from you and
allow water to drip into the unit.
31. Never remove the cover while the
pressure cooker is in operation.
32. Let the pressure cooker cool before
removing the cover.
33. Do not use with foods that can
overcook easily and quickly.
This appliance must be grounded. If it should malfunction or breakdown, grounding
provides a path of least resistance for electric current to reduce the risk of electric
shock. This appliance is equipped with a cord having an equipment-grounding
conductor and grounding plug. The plug must be inserted into an appropriate outlet
that is properly installed and grounded in accordance with all local codes and
WARNING: Improper connection of the equipment-grounding
conductor can result in a risk of electric shock. Consult with a
qualified electrician or service person if you are in doubt as to
whether the outlet is properly grounded. Do not modify the plug
provided with the appliance - if it will not fit the outlet, have a
proper outlet installed by a qualified electrician.
This appliance is for use on a nominal 120-volt circuit, and has
a grounding attachment plug that looks like the plug illustrated
at right. Make sure that the appliance is connected to an outlet
having the same configuration as the plug. No adaptor should
be used with this appliance.
1. If it is necessary to use an extension cord, use only a 3-wire extension cord that
has a 3-blade grounding plug and a 3-slot receptacle that will accept the plug on
the appliance. The marked rating of the extension cord should be equal to or
greater than the electrical rating of the appliance.
2. Do not use an extension cord. If the power cord is too short, have a qualified
electrician or serviceman install an outlet near the appliance.
Please Note:
1. A short power supply cord is provided to reduce the risks resulting from
becoming entangled in or tripping over a longer cord.
2. Extension cords may be used if care is exercised in their use.
3. If a long cord or extension cord is used, (1) the marked electrical rating of the
cord set or extension cord should be at least as great as the electrical rating of
the appliance, (2) the extension cord must be a grounding-type 3-wire cord, and (3)
the longer cord should be arranged so that it will not drape over the countertop or
tabletop where it can be pulled on by children or tripped over accidentally.
WARNING: Danger of Scalding. Please use caution when using the
pressure cooker. The steam emitted from this appliance is very hot.
For Household Use Only
REV 06/06A
Table of Contents
General Information for Cooking with Pressure Cookers
Safety Instructions
Grounding Instructions
General Information for Cooking with Pressure Cookers
Getting to Know Your Programmable Pressure Cooker
Safety Features of Your Pressure Cooker
Preparing Your Pressure Cooker
Using Your Pressure Cooker
9 - 10
Cooking with Pre-Set Buttons
Cooking without Pre-Set Buttons
Releasing Steam Pressure
Using the “Keep Warm” Feature
Cleaning and Storage
Tips for Cooking with Your Pressure Cooker
To Order Replacement Parts
Suggested Cooking Guide
Q. What is pressure-cooking?
A. Pressure cooking is a method of
Q. What if I am cooking at higher
A. When you cook at higher altitudes
the cooking time must be
increased slightly. To adapt the
recipes for pressure-cooking,
increase the cooking time by 5%
for every 1,000 feet above a 2,000
foot elevation.
cooking in a sealed pot that
does not permit air or liquids to
escape below a preset pressure.
The water's boiling point increases
as the pressure increases. The
pressure built up inside the cooker
permits the liquid in the pot to rise
to a temperature higher than
212°F (100°C) before boiling. The
higher temperature causes the
food to cook faster.
Q. What kind of liquids are
suitable for use in a pressure
A. Any liquids that contain water such
Q. What are the advantages of
pressure cookers?
A. Pressure cookers offer a
as beer, wine, meat or vegetable
stocks, vegetable juices and fruit
convenient and quicker method of
cooking other than cooking on a
regular stove top or oven.
Q. What type of liquids SHOULD
NOT be used in a pressure
A. Any liquid that does not contain
Q. What happens when the
cooker heats up?
A. The body of your pressure cooker
water such as oils or oil-based
marinades and/or dressings. Milk
and milk-based foods and sauces
or liquids should not be used, as
they will foam when boiling. These
liquids should be added after the
pressure cooking process is
completed and the cooker is
is made of metal. Heat makes
metal expand. When using the
pressure cooker for browning,
allow the pressure cooker to cool
slightly before placing the cover
onto the pot and locking it in place.
Getting to Know Your Programmable Pressure Cooker
Getting to Know Your Programmable Pressure Cooker
Parts of the Pressure Cooker
Sealing Gasket
The sealing gasket fits inside the cover
of the pressure cooker to form a very
tight seal between the cover and
pressure cooker when the cover is
locked. The sealing gasket can be
easily removed for cleaning. Over time,
the sealing gasket may shrink, harden,
crack or become distorted with use. If
this occurs, the sealing gasket should
be replaced.
Warning: Do not wash the sealing
gasket in the dishwasher, hand
wash only.
Note: If there are any concerns
regarding the sealing gasket call
customer service.
Stainless Steel Meat Trivet
Technical Specifications
120V., 60Hz.
900 Watts
*Illustrations may vary from actual product
Pressure Cooker Cover
Cover Locking Pin
Safety Float Valve
Pressure Release Valve
Cover Handle
Sealing Gasket
Sealing Gasket Holder
Floating Valve Washer
Meat Trivet
Removable Cooking Pot
Stainless Steel Housing
Carry Handles (x2)
Vapor Collector
Inner Tank
Upper Ring
Control Panel
Heating Plate
Temperature Sensor
Measuring Cup
Timer Light
Keep Warm Light
Time Display
Preset Buttons
Keep Warm/Cancel Button
Timer Button
Detachable Power Cord
The meat trivet sits on the bottom of
the removable cooking pot to support
roasts and other meats and prevents
the meat from sticking to the bottom of
the pot. It can also be used to support a
metal steamer basket for vegetables.
Preset Programmed Cooking
The preset buttons are programmed to
take the guess work out of cooking with
your pressure cooker.
Removable Cooking Pot
The removable cooking pot is coated
with a non-stick surface for easier
Parts of the Control Panel
Cooking with your new Electronic
Pressure Cooker is simple and easy
to use. The intelligent electronic
controls take the guesswork out of heat
adjustment and cooking times. Simply
add your food to the cooking pot, close
the cover and push one of the preset
buttons and let the pressure cooker do
the rest.
(not shown)
Timer Indicator Light
Keep Warm Indicator Light
This indicator light (yellow) will
illuminate when the cooking
process has been completed
and the pressure cooker has
switched over to the “Keep
Warm” cycle.
Time Display
When using the pre-set buttons
the time display will show the
time (in minutes) counting up.
When manually setting the timer,
the time display will show the
time (in minutes) counting down.
Pre-set Buttons
The cook button is excellent for
cooking unprocessed white rice
and fresh vegetables.
Slow Cook
The slow cook button is
excellent for sticky rice, brown or
wild rice.
Soup Button
The soup button is programmed
to cook soups, stews, or sauces.
Getting to Know Your Programmable Pressure Cooker
5. Keep Warm/Cancel Button
This button is used both for “Keep
Warm” and “Cancel”. The keep
warm can be used to keep cooked
food warm until ready for use, and
the cancel button can be used to
cancel a cooking cycle or to cancel
a wrong selection.
6. Timer Button
This button is used to set the
desired time for cooking when the
pre-set buttons do not apply or you
do not want to use them. Simply
press on this button until you reach
the desired time (timer goes from 0
to 99 minutes).
The beef/pork button is for cooking
roasts, briskets or pork ribs. You can
also use this setting for dry beans or
other legumes, whole beets, chili and
other foods that require longer cooking
Chicken Button
The chicken button is set to prepare
roasts or poultry of any kind.
Fish Button
The fish button is set to cook fish
perfectly. You can also cook fresh
vegetables on this setting.
Safety Features of Your Pressure Cooker
To ensure user safety, this appliance
has several safety features built-in.
Depressurizing Control
If for any reason the auto pressure
relief valve does not function and
pressure builds, the cooker will
automatically vent excess pressure
from around the lid.
Safe Lid Closing System
This pressure cooker is equipped with
a feature that prevents any increase in
pressure if the cover is not properly
closed. If the cover is not positioned
correctly, pressure cannot build-up.
Steam will escape from the sides of the
pressure cooker cover.
Thermostat Control
When the internal temperature of the
pressure cooker increases beyond the
preset temperatures, the power to the
pressure cooker will be cut off.
Safe Lid Opening System
Cover will not close
1. The sealing gasket is
not well placed.
2. The safety floating
valve is stuck.
Re-insert the sealing
gasket correctly making
sure that it is underneath
the sealing gasket holder.
Using a straightened
paper clip, push the valve
Cover will not
come off
1. The pressure cooker is
still has pressure.
Wait for pressure cooker
to cool down.
Steam leaking
1. Sealing gasket is not in
the cover.
2. Sealing gasket is
3. The cover has not been
locked in place.
Replace the sealing gasket
in the cover.
Replace the sealing gasket
with a new one.
Make sure the cover is
locked in place.
Safety floating
valve leaking
1. The sealant washer is
2. The safety floating
valve needs to be
Safety floating valve
is not rising
1. Insufficient food in the
cooking pot.
Replace the sealant
Clean the safety floating
Add more food and/or
water according to the
Ultra Thermostat Control
This appliance is equipped with a
safety feature that prevents the
pressure cooker cover from opening if
the pressure in the cooker is too high.
The safety float valve will prevent the
cover from opening until the pressure
has been released from the cooker and
the valve has dropped.
There is a fail safe sensor that is set to
trip if the temperature and pressure in
the pressure cooker are beyond safety
limits. This safety system depressurizes the pressure cooker and
terminates the power to the unit.
Note: If this occurs, call customer
service at 1 (800) 798-7398.
Safety Float
Automatic Pressure Control
If the pressure cooker has built up
excess pressure, the pressure release
valve will automatically discharge
steam to regulate safe pressure limits
in the cooker.
Operating Instructions
Preparing Your Pressure Cooker
Operating Instructions
Using Your Pressure Cooker
Note: For best results, always check
Before using the electronic pressure
cooker for the first time:
1. Remove the cooking pot from the
2. Wash the removable cooking pot
with warm, soapy water. The
removable cooking pot may also be
washed in a dishwasher.
3. Remove the sealing gasket from the
cover and wash it with warm, soapy
water. (Fig. 1)
that the pressure release valve, the
diffuser and the sealing gasket are in
good working condition. Visually inspect
the sealing gasket for any defects such
as cracks, punctures or tears. Also check
that there are no particles blocking the
pressure release valve or the diffuser
openings on the underside of the cover.
If you find any defects in the sealing
gasket, do not use the pressure cooker.
For a replacement sealing gasket, call
customer service at 1 (800) 798-7398.
Once all parts are washed and dried
according the “Maintenance & Cleaning”
section, your pressure cooker is ready for
Important Note: Do not wash in a
dishwasher. Allow the sealing gasket to
air dry or dry with a paper towel before
inserting back into the cover.
Note: The pressure cooker cover has a
locked position and an open position.
1. Remove the cover. To do so, turn
cover clockwise until the cover
locking pin lines up with the vapor
collector. (Fig. 2)
Fig. 1
4. The cover of the pressure cooker
may be washed with warm, soapy
water or can also be placed into the
dishwasher after the sealing gasket
has been removed.
5. Replace the sealing gasket into the
cover by placing it under the gasket
holding ring ensuring that the
crease in the sealing gasket meets
with the gasket holding ring.
Replace the cover onto the pressure
cooker and turn counter clockwise to
lock the cover in place. The cover
should stop turning when the cover
locking pin is over the carry handle.
(Fig. 3)
Warning: Steam can cause serious
burn injury. Avoid contact with face or
hands. To open the pressure release
valve it is suggested to use a utensil
with a long reach to turn the valve.
Pressure Release
Valve Open
Fig. 3
Plug the cord into a grounded-type
120V AC electrical wall outlet.
Choose the desired program by
pressing one of the pre-set
cooking buttons. Once the
indicator light is lit on that
selection, the pressure cooker has
begun the pre-heating and cooking
cycle. The pressure cooker will
beep three times when the
pressure cooker has finished
When the cooking cycle has
finished cooking, or to cancel the
selection press the Keep
Warm/Cancel button.
Fig. 5
2. Place food inside the removable
cooking pot.
Important: The removable cooking
pot and pressure cooker cover are
dishwasher safe, however, you must
remove the gasket before placing the
cover in dishwasher.
locked position when steaming or
cooking under pressure.
7. For pressure cooking turn the
pressure release valve one half
turn to the closed position, that is
the lowest position the valve
naturally sits. (Fig. 4)
Cooking with the Pre-Set
When cooking using the pre-set
buttons the unit will automatically set
the pressure depending which preset
button is selected.
1. Place the removable cooking pot
into the unit.
2. Add the ingredients to be cooked
into the removable cooking pot,
following your recipe.
Fig. 4
Alternately you can allow the
steam to release naturally, this can
take a few more minutes and add
to the cooking time of the food
Note: This unit has a built-in safety
feature. The cover will not turn to the
open position unless the pressure has
been released by allowing the unit to sit
or by turning the pressure release valve
to the open position.
10. Allow the unit to cool completely
before cleaning.
Caution: The cover must be in the
Fig. 2
When the cooking process is
complete, release the pressure by
turning the pressure release valve
one half turn to the upper most
position to release steam. (Fig. 5)
Operating Instructions
Operating Instructions
You should add a minimum of 1
cup (250 ml) of liquid into the
cooking pot. Do not fill the
cooking pot more than one-third
full when cooking dried beans
an legumes, no more than half
way when cooking soups and
stews, and not more than twothirds full when cooking
vegetables or whole pieces of
4. Place the cover on the pressure
cooker and turn it counter
clockwise to lock in place.
5. Plug the power cord into the unit
and then into the electrical outlet.
6. Lower the pressure release valve
so that steam may not escape.
7. Select the desired preset button
depending on food to prepare.
(See “Suggested Cooking
8. Ensure that the indicator light on
the preset button is lit.
9. The pressure cooker will beep
three (3) times to let you know that
the cooking process is complete.
10. Wait for the unit to beep to
signal end of cooking process.
11. The pressure cooker will
automatically go into “Standby”
mode for one (1) minute and then
into “Keep Warm” mode for up to
six (6) hours.
12. Slowly rotate the pressure release
valve to the “Open” position to
release the steam. (Fig. 6)
13. After the safety float valve has
fallen down, remove the cover and
remove the food. (Fig. 7)
Releasing Steam Pressure
Warning: Use extreme caution when
removing the cover after cooking.
Serious burns can result from steam
After you have finished cooking in your
pressure cooker, you can release the
steam pressure in one of three (3)
ways, “Quick Release”,
“Combination” and “Normal”.
Fig. 8
3. Wait until the safety float valve has
gone down before removing the
cover. Always lift the cover away
from you to release any remaining
steam so that you do not get
Quick Release Method
Fig. 7
Cooking Without the Pre-Set
When cooking with the pressure cooker
without using the pre-set buttons, use
the timer button to adjust for the
desired time.
1. Place the removable cooking pot
into the unit.
2. Add the ingredients to be cooked
into the removable cooking pot,
following your recipe.
3. You should add a minimum of 1
cup (250 ml) of liquid into the
cooking pot.
4. Place the cover on the pressure
cooker and turn it counter
clockwise to lock in place.
5. Plug the power cord into the unit
and then into the electrical outlet.
6. Lower the pressure release valve
so that steam may not escape.
7. Using the timer button, adjust for
the desired time. Once having set
desired time, wait 15 seconds and
the timer light will go on.
Important Note: The timer will not
begin to count down immediately after
the timer light goes on. It will only begin
to count down once the pressure
cooker has reached a sufficient
pressure and heat level.
8. Wait for the unit to beep to
signal end of cooking process.
Fig. 6
1. After the cooking process has been
completed, press the “Cancel”
button to stop the pressure cooker
from going into the “Keep Warm”
2. Turn the steam release valve to the
“Open” position to release the
steam fast. (Fig. 8)
3. Wait until the safety float valve has
gone down before removing the
cover. Always lift the cover away
from you to release any remaining
steam so that you do not get
Normal Method
Allowing the steam to release naturally
is preferred when cooking foods like
stocks, sauces and certain large cuts of
meat which will benefit from continuing
to cook in the pressure cooker. As the
temperature decreases, so does the
1. After the cooking process has been
completed, press the “Cancel”
button to stop the pressure cooker
from going into the “Keep Warm”
2. Wait until the safety float valve has
gone down before removing the
cover. Always lift the cover away
from you to release any remaining
steam so that you do not get
burned. (Fig. 9)
Caution: Escaping steam is very
hot. To avoid serious injuries or
burns, keep bare skin, face and eyes
away from the steam release valve.
Caution: Do not use the quick
release method for foods with a lot
of liquid such as soups and sauces.
There could be an overflow.
Important: Do not use the “Quick
Release” method with foods such as
legumes, grains or other foods that
froth or when the pressure cooker is
very full.
Combination Method
1. After the cooking process has been
completed, press the “Cancel”
button to stop the pressure cooker
from going into the “Keep Warm”
2. Let the unit cool down for approx.
thirty (30) minutes and then turn
the steam release valve to the
“Open” position to release the
steam. (Fig. 8)
Fig. 9
Note: Do not use this method with
foods that easily overcook.
Caution: Never attempt to force
open the pressure cooker cover until
the safety float valve has dropped.
Operating Instructions
Tips for Cooking in Your New Pressure Cooker
Note: Since overcooked food cannot be
corrected, it is almost better to err on the
undercooked side by cooking an unfamiliar
food for a shorter period of time than you
may think necessary.
Using the “Keep Warm” Feature
This function can keep cooked foods warm
for up to 24 hours. The pressure cooker
will go into “Standby” mode for one minute
and then the “Keep Warm” mode will
automatically be engaged after the
cooking process has been completed.
The “Keep Warm” light will illuminate
when this feature is engaged. (Fig. 10)
Always drain the soaking water from
the beans and cook with fresh water.
Soaking also cuts down the cooking
time and keeps the bean skins from
separating from the flesh.
If you don’t have time to soak the
beans overnight, use the Hot Soaking
Method: Use 5 cups water for every 8
oz. dried beans, pressure cook on low
pressure for 3 minutes, remove from
heat source and let stand 1-4 hours.
Always use at least 2 Tsp. of oil when
cooking beans to reduce sputtering.
Always use the natural or slow release
method to reduce pressure.
Clean lid and vents thoroughly after
cooking rice or beans.
Meats & Poultry
When adapting recipes for braised
meats, allow 20 minutes cooking time
per pound of meat. Use 1 cup liquid for
the first pound and 1/2 cup for each
additional pound.
For steam-roasting poultry and meats,
brown first in oil for better appearance.
Fig. 10
Maintenance & Cleaning Instructions
6. Use a sponge or a non-metallic soft
brush to clean the diffuser.
7. The pressure release valve does
not have to be cleaned after each
use unless it has become clogged.
8. The sealant washer may need to be
cleaned. Remove it from the safety
floating valve and clean with warm,
soapy water. To replace, hold the
safety float valve with your finger
and push it in. (Fig. 12)
Cleaning & Storage
1. Always leave the pressure to cool
completely before you take the
components apart for cleaning.
2. Unplug and remove the power cord
from the appliance and the electrical
3. Remove the vapor collector by
pulling it down and rinse under
warm, soapy water. (Fig. 11)
When cooking rice and grains, add 1
Tbs. butter or oil per cup to reduce
foaming and clogging the pressure
Since rice doubles in size when
cooked, be sure to use only half as
much uncooked rice as the cooker’s
capacity allows. For example, never
cook more than 1 3/4 cups raw rice in
the 3 1/2 qt. pressure pan and no more
than 4 cups raw rice in the 8 qt.
pressure pan.
Because rice will be slightly sticky
when cooked in a pressure cooker, it is
best to use a slow release method. For
example, allow cooling naturally or else
slowly releasing pressure one level at a
To prevent burning, use a heat diffuser
if available, or bring to pressure on a
medium-high heat setting.
Many desserts can be pressurecooked, especially those that use
eggs/and or are cooked over a hot
water bath, such as custards, bread
puddings and cheesecakes.
Use a dish that easily fits inside
pressure cooker allowing 1 inch of
space around the edge. The larger
pressure cooker works best for this.
Seal the dish completely with foil to
keep liquid from seeping into the
dessert. Soak up any moisture on top
of foil before removal.
For easy removal, place dish inside
steamer basket or make a sling out of
aluminum foil.
Fig. 11
Fig. 12
9. Store the pressure cooker with the
cover upside down over the main
housing. DO NOT store with the
cover closed to avoid compressing
the sealing gasket for long periods
of time.
4. Wipe the outer housing of the
pressure cooker with a damp cloth.
DO NOT use any abrasive cleaners
or immerse in water or any other
5. The removable cooking pot,
pressure cooker cover and sealing
gasket are washable. Wash them in
warm, soapy water. The removable
cooking pot and the cover are
dishwasher safe. The sealing
gasket is NOT.
Although it is not necessary to pre-soak
beans for pressure-cooking, there are
some advantages. Since the gasinducing properties of beans are water
soluble, soaking reduces their effects.
To Order Replacement Parts
1 Set of Replacement Gaskets
Item #: 100KDS
For Model PC107HA
When needing replacement parts, please contact EURO-PRO customer service at:
1 (800) 798-7398
Monday to Friday from 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM
Eastern Standard Time
Suggested Cooking Guide
Add 1-1/2 cups water
Beans (Green)
Cook times
will range
from 15 to
40 minutes
on the Cook
BEANS, MEAT, POULTRY, AND FISH: When adapting standard recipes, use 1/2
amount of water used with conventional cooking
Beans (Navy)
Beans (Kidney)
Split peas
Recipes courtesy of Alison Dubois
Cook times will
range from
40 to 70
minutes on
30 to 50
minutes on
15 to 40
minutes on
Fish Setting.
Place ingredients into pressure cooker in following order:
2 tbs.
olive oil
1 med
yellow onion sliced into thick rings
cloves minced garlic
frozen (or thawed) boneless, skinless chicken breasts, about 1.5 lbs
1 14.5 oz
can petite diced tomatoes
1 14.5 oz
can tomato sauce
¼ tsp
¼ tsp
¼ tsp
¼ cup
chicken broth
bay leaf
large Spanish olives cut in half
Place the lid on the pressure cooker, and securely lock lid. Close vent. Press the preset button “Chicken”. When the pressure cooker switches to “Keep Warm”, unplug
the machine and let the pressure slowly drop until no pressure remains. Serve with
yellow rice.
Place ingredients into pressure cooker in following order:
4 cups
chicken broth
½ cup
diced carrots
¼ cup
diced celery
1-1 ½ lbs
boneless, skinless chicken breasts; cut into bite-sized cubes
¼ cup
½ tsp
¼ tsp
¼ tsp
poultry seasoning
2 – 7.5 oz
cans biscuits, pressed slightly flat, & cut into 4 strips per biscuits
Use a spoon and gently push biscuits into broth. Put lid on unit and secure. Press the
pre-set “Cook” button. When the pressure cooker switches to “Keep Warm”.
RICE: To reduce foam add at least one tablespoon of oil or butter
Rice (White) - Use 1/3
to 1/2 less than
normal recipe
Rice (Brown) - Use
1/4 to 1/2 less than
normal recipe
Cook times will
range from 15
to 40 minutes
on the Cook
Note: Cook times will vary as the pressure cooker will adjust the cooking times based
on the volume of ingredients and liquid added to the pot.
Model PC107HA
EURO-PRO Operating LLC warrants this product to be free from defects in material and
workmanship for a period of one (1) year from the date of the original purchase, when utilized for
normal household use, subject to the following conditions, exclusions and exceptions.
If your appliance fails to operate properly while in use under normal household conditions within
the warranty period, return the complete appliance and accessories, freight prepaid. For
Customer Service support, call 1 (800) 798-7398 or visit our website www.euro-pro.com.
If the appliance is found to be defective in material or workmanship, EURO-PRO Operating LLC
will repair or replace it free of charge. Proof of purchase date must be included.*
Non-durable parts including, without limitation, sealing gasket and electrical parts which normally
require replacement are specifically excluded from warranty.
The liability of EURO-PRO Operating LLC is limited solely to the cost of the repair or
replacement of the unit at our option. This warranty does not cover normal wear of parts and
does not apply to any unit that has been tampered with or used for commercial purposes. This
limited warranty does not cover damage caused by misuse, abuse, negligent handling or
damage due to faulty packaging or mishandling in transit. This warranty does not cover damage
or defects caused by or resulting from damages from shipping or repairs, service or alterations to
the product or any of its parts, which have been performed by a repair person not authorized by
EURO-PRO Operating LLC.
This warranty is extended to the original purchaser of the unit and excludes all other legal and/or
conventional warranties. The responsibility of EURO-PRO Operating LLC if any, is limited to the
specific obligations expressly assumed by it under the terms of the limited warranty. In no event
is EURO-PRO Operating LLC liable for incidental or consequential damages of any nature
whatsoever. Some states do not permit the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential
damages, so the above may not apply to you.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from
state to state or from province to province.
*Important: Carefully pack item to avoid damage in shipping. Be sure to include proof of
purchase date and to attach tag to item before packing with your name, complete address
and phone number with a note giving purchase information, model number and what you
believe is the problem with item. We recommend you insure the package (as damage in
shipping is not covered by your warranty). Mark the outside of your package “ATTENTION
CUSTOMER SERVICE”. We are constantly striving to improve our products, therefore the
specifications contained herein are subject to change without notice.
Please fill out and mail the product registration card within ten (10) days of purchase. The
registration will enable us to contact you in the unlikely event of a product safety notification. By
returning this card you acknowledge to have read and understood the instructions for use, and
warnings set forth in the accompanying instructions.
U.S.: EURO-PRO Operating LLC, 400 Bois Franc, St-Laurent, QC, H4S 1A7
Model PC107HA
Appliance model
Date purchased
Name of store
Owner's name
Printed in China
Postal Code
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