Not ALL the chicken is cooked in a pressure cooker. The strips, wings (hot and regular) and the crispy is cooked in a regular fryer. As long as the oil is 350 F up to 375 F, pressure isn't a must. It will float as it gets done, just remember to put breast in first, then thighs, then legs and last wings. That way they will come closer to being done at the same time."
Pressure Cooker Recipes: Pressure Cooker French Fries Recipe by ePressureCooker.com. While you shouldn't fry in a pressure cooker, you can use your pressure cooker (and a secret ingredient) to help improve your fried potatoes. Your french fries will be soft and hot on the inside, crisp and crunchy on the outside, even at room temperature.