Prepology Microwave Pressure Cooker With Extra Gaskets

I’m taking a chance on Prepology – the QVC pressure cooker that works in the microwave. Have you heard of this yet? I was in the market for a mini pressure cooker and was SHOCKED to see that Prepology created a microwave pressure cooker. I mean, that is REAL? 

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Prepology Microwave Pressure Cooker With Extra Gaskets

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Why did I make the purchase? Five words –  homemade chili in 15 minutes. Sounds about right to me.

I’ve been sitting here watching “In The Kitchen With David” on QVC (because I totally love him) and this microwave tool came on the screen and stopped me in my trackers. 

I have a pressure cooker, but it’s SUPER complicated and I never use it. I should just give it away at this point. A microwave pressure cooker is more up my alley and the Prepology version is so much BETTER> 

There are no buttons.  No settings. No degree needed. You throw the ingredients in fresh and you place it in the microwave.

Now look – I’m not saying I’m going to microwave cook every meal. But when life gets the best of me and I don’t want to make pasta – this is a great choice, right? Do you use this tool? What do you think?

Here’s another version on Amazon in case you want to check it out. 

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  1. lizzys wrote:

    this would be perfect for our kitchen at work!!

    Posted 7.30.12
  2. Lasy Jet wrote:

    Thanks for your article

    Great Post. Really it will help lot of people. Thanks for the post.


    Posted 7.30.12
  3. Diane wrote:

    I own this and made one amazing recipe so far. I can’t wait to make chili. I cooked a 2.2 lb pork roast in 22 minutes. It was amazing. I was so impressed. The recipe had some sauerkraut, beer, apple cider vinegar, barbecues sauce and apples. Threw everything in and in 22 minutes an amazing pork roast.

    Posted 8.2.12
  4. Karen wrote:

    It is good, but I need more, more recipes.

    Thank you. please respone.

    Posted 1.28.13

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