The Rice is Cooked More Quickly in a Pressure Cooker because:

  1. Water boils at a higher temperature under
  2. Less quantity of water is used
  3. It is covered
  4. None of the above
Monis Rasool Professor Asked on 27th June 2015 in General Knowledge.
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Water boils at a higher temperature under

The Rice is cooked more quickly in a pressure cooker because water boils at a higher temperature under. The Pressure cooking is the best way of the cooking food. The Pressure cooked was invented by Frenchman physicist Denin Papin in 1679. Many changes have been by several inventors from the end of 17 century to till date. Well, finally In 1938, Alfred Vishcer presented his invention, the Flex-Seal Speed Cooker.

In 1959 HD Vasudeva commencement to production ‘Hawkins Cookers’ in India in collaboration with LG Hawkins of England. A pressure cooker is a sealed pot with a valve that controls the steam pressure inside. As the pot heats up, the liquid inside forms steam, which raises the pressure in the pot.

Monis Rasool Professor Answered on 28th July 2015.
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