Manttra Pressure Cooker Parts, Recipes and Reviews

Manttra Pressure Cooker Parts, Recipes and Reviews

Manttra pressure cookers are not as popular as other brands of pressure cookers, but they can still be very reliable if you know how to use one. If you find a Manttra pressure cooker you think you will enjoy using, read about Manttra pressure cooker parts, recipes and reviews to make the most of your Manttra pressure cooker.

If you have any problems with your Manttra pressure cooker or a piece gets worn down from using the pressure cooker often, you can buy a replacement part online. It will save you money in the long run.

Manttra Pressure Cooker Parts

The main two types of replacement parts you might need for a Manttra pressure cooker are a safety valve and a gasket seal.

The Manttra safety valve is straightforward to buy with no hassle, but if a gasket seal is what you need, then there are many sizes you must look through to find the part that will fit your Manttra pressure cooker.

To find the correct gasket seal, you will need the model number of your Manttra pressure cooker.

Manttra Safety Valve 91200

manttra safety valve 91200

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Manttra Pressure Cooker Gasket Seal

manttra pressure cooker gasket seal

Find your model number, then click the corresponding link above it.

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Manttra Gasket # GSKT100
Model numbers: 10520, 16600, 16630, 16400, 16700, A01001, A01061, A01062, A01065, A01074, and A01081

Manttra Gasket # GSKT106
Model numbers: 36000, S36111 and 38111

Manttra Gasket # GSKT110
Model numbers: 22870, 22871, 38270, 78270, 38329, 38330, 38283, and 39001

Manttra Gasket # GSKT101
Model numbers: 18101 and 18111

Manttra Gasket # GSKT111
Model numbers: 76505 and 78505

Manttra Gasket # GSKT104
Model numbers: 10521, 16601, 16631 and 26122

Still not finding your Manttra pressure cooker model number for the right gasket sealing ring? Contact the Manttra manufacturer or try entering your model number into Amazon to see if it matches one of their Manttra parts.

Manttra Pressure Cooker Vegetable Stock Recipe

(From the Manttra Pressure Cooker Manual)

Cook time: 15 minutes


  • 1tbsp butter
  • 1 carrot, sliced
  • 1 onion, sliced
  • 1 turnip, cut into 1-inch cubes
  • 2 celery stalks, chopped
  • 3 sprigs parsley
  • 10 emptied pea pods
  • 1 ½ oz. potato peels
  • 1 bay leaf
  • 1 clove garlic
  • 2 tsp thyme
  • 4 peppercorns
  • 6 C water
vegetable stock

Cooking Instructions

  1. Leaving the lid off of the cooker, melt the butter. Then add carrot, onion, turnip, celery, parsley, pea pods, potato peels, bay leaf, and garlic.
  2. Cook until the vegetables are slightly brown. Add the remaining ingredients. Stir.
  3. Close the pressure cooker lid and bring to full pressure on high heat.
  4. Reduce the heat and cook for 15 minutes.
  5. Remove it from the heat and let it cool so the pressure can reduce.
  6. Strain the stock through a fine sieve. Serve.

Manttra Pressure Cooker Mashed Potatoes Recipe

(From the Manttra Pressure Cooker Manual)



  • 6 large potatoes, peeled and cubed
  • 1 1/3 C milk
  • ½ C butter, melted
  • 2 tsp salt
  • ¼ tsp pepper
  • 2 C water

Cooking Instructions

  1. Pour the two cups of water into the pressure cooker. Place a steamer basket inside with the potatoes.
  2. Close the cooker and bring to full pressure on high heat.
  3. Reduce heat and cook for 6 minutes.
  4. Remove from the heat and release pressure.
  5. Place the potatoes in a warmed bowl and beat until smooth. Add the remaining ingredients and stir. Serve immediately.

Most other recipes for cooking vegetables or potatoes are the same as this recipe, without the mashing. This is similar to steaming since the water and heat is what cooks the vegetables, but when you are cooking them in a pressure cooker, it takes half the time.

Manttra Pressure Cooker Reviews

The biggest downfall to Manttra pressure cookers is that they are not available through many retailers. A few websites still sell them, but they are not a popular product anymore.

There was a recall on some of their pressure cookers back in 2007, but this is no longer a problem. However, it seemed to dampen their overall sales.

If you find a good Manttra pressure cooker to buy, it can be a little complicated to use at first. In time, it will become easier to cook with the pressure cooker.

Generally, Manttra pressure cookers build up pressure gradually, in steps. Most other pressure cookers create pressure quickly, but with a Manttra, it takes a little longer. You may notice that at first, some steam and pressure release in the beginning stages as it is sealing.

Many people are confused when they see the steam releasing in the beginning because this is a different process than with other pressure cookers. Typically, no pressure or steam comes out until the end.

Some of the Manttra pressure cookers have a red pressure lock button that pops up when there is enough pressure in the pot. This button indicates to turn the heat down, however the lock tends to get stuck and can cause you to burn the food.

Usually, once the button pops up, you know to turn the heat down from high so that it does not get too hot or build too much pressure.

Make sure the button lock indicator is working on your Manttra pressure cooker, to prevent an accident.

Manttra Pressure Cookers Overview

Manttra pressure cookers are high-quality, and the materials used to make them will not wear down quickly. If a pressure cooker is not made well, it will either warp or lose its lovely complexion.

For your kitchen, you want a pressure cooker that will always look nice, and that helps you cook great food for your friends and family. If you use it correctly, it will save you loads of time in the kitchen and might even replace some of your other cookware.

When you buy a Manttra pressure cooker, you will need these Manttra pressure cooker parts, recipes and reviews to help you understand its functions and features better.

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