Lakeland 3L Pressure Cooker
Our new pressure cookers have really raised the bar when it comes to ease of use, versatility, safety and all-round performance, so we’re delighted to introduce them into our spring range. Unlike many other models, these have a one-handed lid-locking system with nothing to line up – simply place the lid on the stainless steel pan, press the button and hey presto, it’s locked! Once the cooker has reached full pressure, an indicator pops up so you can start your timings, and two pressure settings – low and high – cater for all the dishes you can think of.
There’s even a pressure release valve which lets you release steam before removing the lid if you want to add more ingredients or just check on progress. And we love the additional glass lid, which means it can be used like a normal pan on the hob for browning or in the oven as a stockpot. Suitable for ALL hobs (incl. induction). Pan and glass lid are oven safe up to 180°C. Please note: pressure cooking lids not suitable for oven use.
Cat Ref: SKU 18435
33 x 21.5 x 17cm H. incl. handles (13" x 8½" x 6¾").
- Freezer safe
We can offer you free UK delivery on this item
Click & Collect, Free from your local store
Take advantage of our Click & Collect service available in our UK stores.
Please check availability estimates during checkout for your nearest store.
Add the Lakeland 3L Pressure Cooker to your basket
Customer Reviews - Lakeland 3L Pressure Cooker
Showing 3 of 13 reviews See all reviews
lakeland smaller pressure cooker” by Ms boyle
ive had loads of pressure cookers over my lifetime but this is the best one i have ever had!!! it really is so easy to use and if you have a smaller household this is the right size. best thing since sliced bread but i aagree that no recipe book is a negative. buying one today!!
Really quiet” by Mrs Marshall
Really pleased with this cooker, which comes with a trivet. It is really quiet - because it is all sealed, it's quieter than a conventional pan, without the hissing that we used to get with older models. My only criticism is that the instructions say that the lid shouldn't be immersed in water, but gives no explanation as to why.
A note from the team: Thanks for the feedback. We do recommend that you don't immerse the lid in water because of the valve, vent and locking mechanism within the lid. It would be very difficult to dry this out and may damaged the workings.
Not scary!” by j
I used a pressure cooker during my busy younger years but was always a bit scared of it. I recently considered buying one again because of the way it retains flavour and goodness as well as the speed of cooking but was put off as they now feel heavy to me. This one is perfect, with the press button lid and pressure system that does'nt result in violent hissing together with the two easy grip handles make it ideal.The size is perfect and it isn't heavy and the extra glass lid means I've been able to clear my cupboard and get rid of a couple of saucepans.