Secure 5 Pressure Cooker 6L

The versality and convenience of pressure cooking with less time and effort, and all the safety you need.

  • 2 cooking programs.
  • 5 safety devices for added peace-of-mind.

Reference : P2500731

The tefal secure 5 6L pressure cooker makes delicious meals in half the time.

The secure 5 pressure from Tefal comes with 5 safety devices. It has an 18/10 stainless steel body and lid which offers even heat distribution. It is compatible on all hobs including induction, making this ideal for any kitchen. It also comes with a 10 year guarantee. 2 cooking programmes for ease of use.

The TEFAL Secure 5 pressure cooker makes delicious and nutritious meals in less time with the following features:

  • 5 safety devices for the added peace-of-mind.
  • Made with 18/10 stainless steel for even heat distribution.
  •  Suitable on all hobs including induction.
  • A steaming basket, perfect for vegetables and fish.
  • 10 years warranty on pot.
Essentials
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5 safety device: safe closing, safe opening, pressure controlled valve, safety valve and gasket leakage for exceptional safety measures

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A basket which allows food to cook above the water without losing their vitamins and mineral salts into the cooking water

Recipes

Beanpot Lamb

Difficulty : Medium
Time : 50min

Aubergine Sauce

Difficulty : Easy
Time : 20min

Compote of Dried Fruits

Difficulty : Very easy
Time : 30min

Creamy Chicken

Difficulty : Easy
Time : 35min

Curried Rice

Difficulty : Very easy
Time : 16min

Haddock with Potatoes and Celery

Difficulty : Easy
Time : 32min

Marbled Coffee Sponge

Difficulty : Hard
Time : 85min

Mushroom Pate

Difficulty : Very easy
Time : 40min

Spicy Stuffed Apples

Difficulty : Easy
Time : 23min

The Bourguiburger

Difficulty : Easy
Time : 25min

Country Style Vegetables

Difficulty : Very easy
Time : 14min

Minestrone

Difficulty : Easy
Time : 60min

The Lamb Wrap

Difficulty : Easy
Time : 18min

Basic Rice Pudding

Difficulty : Medium
Time : 27min

Pork with raisins

Difficulty : Medium
Time : 50min

Ratatouille

Difficulty : Easy
Time : 25min

Spiced Red Wine Pears with Crème Fraiche

Difficulty : Hard
Time : 25min

Beef 'n' Tomato Mince

Difficulty : Very easy
Time : 25min

Chick pea, Courgette and Spinach Curry

Difficulty : Easy
Time : 31min

Creamed Leeks

Difficulty : Very easy
Time : 17min

Haddock Fillets with Julienne Vegetables

Difficulty : Easy
Time : 24min

Pear Dessert with Caramel Sauce

Difficulty : Hard
Time : 30min

The Chicken Basquaise

Difficulty : Easy
Time : 15min

Artichoke Hearts with Quail Eggs

Difficulty : Very easy
Time : 29min

Aubergine Bread

Difficulty : Medium
Time : 65min

Roquefort Custard

Difficulty : Easy
Time : 35min

Strawberry Soup with Oranges

Difficulty : Easy
Time : 17min

French Onion Soup

Difficulty : Very easy
Time : 25min

Mixed Spring Vegetables and Peppers

Difficulty : Easy
Time : 50min

Savoury Rice

Difficulty : Very easy
Time : 20min

Traditional Rice Pudding

Difficulty : Easy
Time : 27min

Asparagus in Soured Cream Sauce

Difficulty : Easy
Time : 27min

Cannelloni Bean and Goat Cheese Salad

Difficulty : Easy
Time : 737min

Chinese Pork Spare Ribs

Difficulty : Very easy
Time : 30min

Potatoes with Bacon and Onions

Difficulty : Very easy
Time : 20min

Frequent questions
The Pressure Cooker can be opened when it has cooled down and when the internal pressure has been reduced (when the locking indicator pin or pressure indicator (depending on models) has gone down completely).
You can use the pressure cooker to steam cook. It is a high quality method of cooking vegetables for example: it preserves vitamins and nutrients. -use no more than 750 ml (6 glasses) of liquid. -Use the steam basket; put it on the trivet or suspend it from the rivets on the pan (depending on models) and take care that the food does not get immersed into the water..
Do not leave food in the Pressure Cooker before and after cooking. Leave your prepared food in the fridge in a closed tub.
Check: -the cooking time, -whether the source of heat is turned up enough after reaching the working pressure, -the proper positioning of the pressure regulator valve, -the quantity of liquid.
Pressure-cooking times can be up to 3 times faster than in a traditional pot. Start with the recipes in the recipe/instruction book that came with your cooker. Once you understand the principles, they can be applied to other recipes. Be sure to include at least 250 ml (2 glasses) of liquid.
There are 2 methods:
Slow release - gradually turn the programme selector to the steam position. This is used for stews, vegetable, joints of meat and fish dishes.
Fast release - place the pressure cooker under a cold tap directing the flow of water onto the metal part of the lid. This is used for liquid based dishes such as soups, rice, pasta, milk puddings, egg custards, cake and pudding mixtures, recipes containing rice or pasta and recipes with a high liquid content, in order to avoid the liquid shooting out of the steam valve along with the steam when you release the pressure regulator valve.

When the pressure indicator is down, all pressure has been released.
Always use at least 250 ml of liquid.
During the first 5 minutes the absence of pressure is normal. The pressure cooker's temperature is still warming up. But if it still hasn't reached pressure after the first 5 to 10 mins then please check:
the fire is lit and the heat source is regulated to maximum;
the lid is properly closed;
the gasket is positioned correctly and is not dirty or warped;
you have enough water in the tank: 250ml (2 glasses) minimum;
the pressure switch is properly set (dependent on model);.
the locking indicator or pressure indicator is not blocked (dependent on model);
in any case, consult the user instruction booklet for your pressure cooker.
The pressure cooker is overfull. -The heat is too high. -Pressure regulator, locking indicator pin or safety device are blocked, due to inadequate maintenance and preventing normal operation.
Before opening the cooker, be sure you have released all the steam and that the locking indicator pin is down. If you are sure all steam has been released, shake the product and see if the locking indicator pin or pressure indicator (depending on models) goes down. If it does not, run the cooker under cold water and try opening it again.
You can use the pot as a huge saucepan or stew pot. For this particular purpose, you can buy glass lid for your pressure cooker
You can cook practically everything in a pressure cooker: You can prepare soups, cook meat, fish and vegetables and also create delicious desserts. For full recipe ideas, please refer to your pressure cooker recipe book or the Website.
Switch off the heat source.
Let the pressure cooker cool down.
After opening your pressure cooker, check that all the steam has escaped and that the locking indicator is in its correct place (depending on model).
Check and clean all working parts and the state of the gasket.
If the problem persists take your pressure cooker ( all parts of it) to a recommended service centre.
Check that the timer is in place, that a cooking program has been selected, that the lid placed upside down does not touch the + or - button.
The timer will turn itself off automatically after one hour, but you can switch it off yourself manually by pressing both the + and - buttons at the same time.
Most of the pressure cookers have setting 1. for such foods as vegetables and setting 2. for meats and frozen food.
Cooking begins when the pressure regulator valve allows steady release of steam, making a regular hissing noise, at this point turn the heat down and calculate the cooking time given in the recipe. With a Nutricook, a second ring tone warns to reduce the heat for an end-cooking of gentle steam.
It will take longer for pressure to build up, but the cooking time will be the same (once the operating valve is activated).
For all components, warm soapy water is sufficient for proper cleaning. The stainless steel pot can be put in the dishwasher. The gasket, pressure regulator valve and safety devices should be cleaned and checked separately after each use to make sure the pressure cooker will operate safely during its next use. . The lid can also be washed in the dishwasher once the control panel and gasket have been removed from the lid (depending on models). Do not place aluminium pressure cookers in the dishwasher.
For aluminium models, repeat "using for the first time" operations with bicarbonate of soda (see your instructions). For Stainless steel models, clean the pan with a scouring pad and a specialised stainless steel cleaner . Never use bleach.

The gasket should be replaced every year. If the pressure cooker does not reach pressure and there is steam escaping around the lid please check that the gasket is fitted correctly.
• Remplacing the gasket for clamp models (Pressure cooker, 'authentique' or 'Actua'):
Remove the old gasket, make sure that the seal housing is clean. Install the new joint by pushing with your fingers in order to insert it in its space. To avoid damaging the gasket, do not use another object.

• Remplacing the gasket for other models:
Remove the old gasket and replace it with the new one.


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Check that the gasket is properly positioned inside the lid.
Make sure that the safety rod or pressure indicator is positioned correctly. Remove and replace if necessary.
Never dismantle your appliance yourself. A poorly repaired appliance may be dangerous for the user. If the appliance ceases to operate or is damaged in any way, contact one of the authorised service centres.
After 10 years of use, your pressure cooker will have deserved some attention: get it checked out at an approved service centre.
1. Fill the cooker: minimum 250 ml of liquid, maximum 2/3 of its height or even less (depending on type of food and the recipe). 2. Close the pressure cooker: all our pressure cookers are designed so that if they are not properly closed the pressure cannot build up. 3. Cooking: the pressure cooker must be placed on a source of heat set to maximum. Then, within a few minutes, it reaches a temperature of over 100C (110C to 120C depending on the type or the position of the pressure regulator valve). The pressure regulator valve allows the steam to escape: the heat should then be turned down and the cooking time calculated. This operation allows an energy saving of up to 70 % compared with conventional cooking in water. 4. End of cooking, decompression: when the cooking time has lapsed, the heat source must be turned off and all the steam evacuated by putting the pressure regulator valve to the steam release position. The pressure cooker can now be opened. You can accelerate the release of steam from the pressure cooker by putting it under a stream of cold water.
If steam leaks out around the lid, check that:
the lid is properly closed; the seal is sitting correctly inside the lid; is the seal dirty? If so, clean it;
the gasket is in good condition - don't forget to change it every year;
is the seal still suitable? On Authentique models is the tightening sufficient? Is the cover damaged or dented? Are the lid, safety valve and pressure regulator clean?
Check the rim of the pressure cooker is not damaged.
The pressure cooker has several systems that guarantee perfect safety in operation. Safe closing system (depending on models): The pressure cooker is equipped with a safety system that prevents any rise in pressure if the lid is not completely or properly closed. If the lid is incorrectly positioned, the safety system will prevent the locking indicator pin from rising and consequently pressure from building up. Safe opening system (depending on models): If the pressure cooker is under pressure, the locking indicator pin is raised and prevents it from being opened. To allow the pin to drop, it is necessary to evacuate the pressure and only then is it possible to open the pressure cooker. Check the locking indicator pin or pressure indicator (depending on models) position. It must be in low position to be opened. Safety with excess pressure: during cooking, should the steam outlet become blocked, the excess pressure safety systems will come into operation: 1) First stage: the safety valve releases the pressure. 2) Second stage: the gasket allows the pressure to be released between the lid and the pan. 3) Third stage (depending on models): the locking indicator pin rises above the handle and allows the pressure to be released vertically. To open your pressure cooker, after complete cooling, the locking indicator pin must be put into place.
Have it checked at an Authorised Service Partner.
Your appliance contains valuable materials which can be recovered or recycled. Leave it at a local civic waste collection point.
Pressure cookers used on a hob reach approximately 118 degrees C on the Chicken symbol and approximately 111 degrees C on the Vegetable symbol.
Pressure cookers cook at 13lb/psi - 0,9 bar for meat and 8lb / psi - 0,55 bar for vegetables.
Only without the lid, particularly for browning food first.
Cooking begins when the pressure regulator valve allows steady release of steam, making a regular hissing noise. At this point turn the heat down and calculate the cooking time given in the recipe.
Turn the lid upside down on the pot as this helps to preserve the life of the gasket.
1) Check you have at least 250ml of liquid in the pot.
2) Check that the gasket is fitted correctly. Some models have a peg inside the lid that lines up with a little hole on the gasket. If the peg and hole are not lined up properly it will affect the pressure.
3) The gasket may be dirty, or it is warped and needs to be replaced. Gaskets should be replaced every year.
4) Check the regulator valve is clear and not blocked with any remnants of food.
5) Check that the rim of the pot is in good condition and the pot is not warped.
6) The regulating valve is not positioned correctly or the regulator is not in position 1 or 2 (depending on models). Refer to your instruction booklet for the method used with your specific model.
7) The heat is too low. Always use high heat to bring the cooker up to pressure. Once that has been done, and you get a strong flow of steam, lower the heat source to establish an even flow and start timing from this point. All recipes require the heat source to be lowered once pressure has been reached.
8) The locking indicator is stuck. This is a locking indicator pin or pressure indicator (depending on models) that rises when pressure builds inside the cooker and drops when it is released. If it does not rise, it may need to be cleaned. Refer to the booklet for cleaning instructions for your specific model.
9) Check you have fitted the lid correctly.
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