Pressure Cooker Tip: Using a Foil Sling

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Recently when I made Meyer Lemon Cheesecake in the pressure cooker, I used a foil sling. Using a sling makes removing the hot springform pan from the pressure cooking pot quick and easy.

Pressure Cooker Tip: Using a Foil Sling

To make a foil sling, you just take a 20 inch long strip of aluminum foil and fold it lengthwise in to thirds like you would fold a letter. 

You can save the foil sling and reuse it. I just tuck mine away with my pressure cooker accessories so it’s ready to use whenever I’m pressure cooking using a pot within a pot.

In addition to using a foil sling, there’s also lots of gadgets you can buy to help get a pan out of the pressure cooker.

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originally published February 24, 2013 — last updated June 28, 2018
Categories: Tips