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Dual use Fagor pressure cooker/fryer question

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Aaron123456 Jan 6, 2013 03:06 PM

I have an old 6 qt. fagor pressure cooker/fryer that can use either oil (for broasting) which is what I like to do , or I can use water to make an artichoke, etc. where do I find the dual use (oil or water)? I am getting confused looking on Internet . I really just want to do my broasted chicken again on stovetop with pressure/fryer

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    Miss Priss Jan 7, 2013 05:02 AM

    If you're referring to the Fagor model with the clamping bar across the top, I believe it is (or used to be) marketed as the "Fagor Pressure Magic" cooker and/or the "Fagor Supercooker." You could try Googling those names to get a source for the instruction manual. Hope this helps.

    1. pazzaglia Jan 7, 2013 05:38 AM

      You're confused because manufacturers, like Magefesa, are still making and selling those pressure cookers. However, the manufacturers no longer market these cookers as pressure fryers because of the liability.

      Here's one: http://amzn.to/Zx0tvb

      Good luck on your hunt!

      Ciao,

      L

      P.S. Both Magefesa and Fagor are brands of Groupe SEB.

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        Aaron123456 Jan 7, 2013 07:53 AM

        www.pro-selections.com, is a name to contact that carries the Fagor pressure cooker/fryer for making broasted chicken (the manufacturer emailed me )

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