Instant Pot 9-in-1 Duo Plus Electric Pressure Cooker - 6 Qt
With the Instant Pot Duo Plus you can achieve flawless dishes in a flash. This versatile machine does the work of 9 common kitchen appliances, including a pressure cooker, rice cooker, steamer, egg cooker, and more, to deliver consistent and quick results. Ten safety mechanisms and 15 microprocessor controlled programs take the stress out of cooking.
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- Duo replaces 9 kitchen appliances including pressure cooker, slow cooker, rice cooker, yogurt maker, egg cooker, sauté, steamer, warmer, and sterilizer; it even lets you bake a cake
- 15 microprocessor controlled programs cook food up fast while achieving consistent, delicious results
- Lid and inner pot with 3-ply bottom and steam rack with handles are made from food grade 304 (18/8) stainless steel, and are easy to clean and dishwasher safe
- Large blue LCD interface to adjust cooking settings, pressure levels, and operate Keep Warm function at any time
- 4 icons show you the status of Heat, Pressure cook, Keep Warm, and Sound at a glance
- 5.7L (6qt) pressure cooker makes has plenty of room to cook hearty meals
- Energy efficient design emits no steam when cooking, so smells are contained and cooking is automated
- 10 safety mechanisms and UL certification ensure safe operation
Cooking made quick
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- Excellentby SJ
from Longueuil, QC Canada on December 26, 2017
Excellent saves buying multiple gadgets. To the previous reviewer, I don't know what pot you bought because the instant pot has the saute function, and the button is clearly visible on the touch pad! Saves over half a day of cooking and electricity in a crock pot, on the saute pressure mode.
- loving it!by Jay C
from Sydney, NS on November 7, 2017
Works very well, easy to use. Best new appliance in our house
- Not-So-Instant Instant Potby Nicole
from Maple Ridge, BC on November 3, 2017
Ok, so pressure-cooking something you normally use a slow cooker for will save you time, but otherwise there isn't anything "instant' about it. Takes time to get to pressure, and unless you manually release it, it takes time to naturally release it. A "20-minute" meal can take over an hour. That said, it works fine and is easy to use. The vast array of buttons/modes is completely unnecessary, though. Save some money and get a model (or even a different, cheaper make) that can saute, steam, and pressure cook and you will be fine. I haven't tried the slow-cooker function on this, but those who have recommend keeping your slow-cooker. Overall I'm happy with it and use it quite a bit, but knowing what I know now, I'd have chosen a cheaper brand and version.
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