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Instant Pot Lux V3 6 appliances in 1 enhanced version includes a cake and egg program in addition to the Pressure Cooker, Slow Cooker, Rice Cooker, SautÃ©, Steamer, and Warmer.
Features 12 Smart Built-In Programs â Soup/Broth, Meat/Stew, Cake, Egg, SautÃ©, Rice, Multigrain, Porridge, Pressure Cook, Keep Warm, Steam and Slow Cook, your favorite dishes are as easy as pressing a button
Built with the latest 3rd generation microprocessor technology, up to 240 minutes pressure-cooking up to 24 hours delay start, automatic Keep Warm up to 10 hours, 3 temperatures in SautÃ© & Slow Cook.Exterior, large display panel, Brushed stainless steel, finger print resistant
Stainless steel (18/8) inner cooking pot, food grade 304, no chemical coating, with 3-ply bottom for even heat distribution, fully sealed environment traps the flavours, nutrients and aromas
UL and ULC certified, includes 10 safety mechanisms to provide users with assurance and confidence, designed to eliminate many common errors.Weight: 14.6 pounds
Accessories include, stainless steel steam rack without handles, rice paddle, soup spoon, measuring cup, recipe booklet (English), and manual and time table. To maximize performance of cooker only use genuine Instant Pot accessories
|Product Dimensions||13.2 x 12.2 x 12.5 inches|
|Item Weight||11.53 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||15.45 pounds|
|Item model number||IP-LUX60V3|
1,866 customer reviews
4.5 out of 5 stars
|Best Sellers Rank||
#9 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
|Date first available at Amazon.com||October 30, 2016|
I’m so cheap it’s not even funny.
My crockpot broke, so I decided to try this as it was the same price as a large crockpot.
I regret NOTHING.
I can make rice in minutes
Eggs have never been easier to peel
Bone broth doesn’t take DAYS
IT EVEN MAKES CHEESECAKE.
May 17, 2017
I tried hard boiled eggs first and this alone has changed my life. No more eggs that look like craters on the moon and no grey yolk edges that indicate overcooking. Then I did steel cut oats in a fraction of the time, so healthy and so very delicious. Then I went for the entree meal and found what forums professed to be the best Butter Chicken recipe out there, and it did not disappoint! The wonderful spice and food aromas that swirl around you will be enough to let you know that you jumped onto the right band wagon but it’s the taste of freshness and flavor and tenderness that will keep you searching for your next favorite recipe to accomplish!
If you are on the fence about purchasing an Instant Pot, I am here to tell you that you won’t be disappointed. I’m already trying to determine what my second one will be – should I go for an 8 qt variety or add one that does yogurt….decisions….decisions! Pull the trigger, buy your Instant Pot soon!
Had this for about 2 months with medium use, and really loved it. Living at a high altitude, itâs made things like cooking consistent brown rice and hard boiled eggs a breeze. Super flavorful stocks take less than an hour, and the ability to go from frozen meat to dinner in 30 minutes is pretty phenomenal.
The issue is, Iâm not sure the convenience outweighs how dangerous this item becomes when it malfunctions (which seems to be fairly common, as per reviews). The other day, I was cooking with it, business as usual. When I went to release the rest of the pressure manually (after 15 minutes of natural release which usually brings the system to 0), the valve started to spew out huge amounts of lava-hot sauce (see attached photo) for about 5-6 minutes. Iâve made this recipe before, with no issue, so it seems the unit malfunctioned. Besides being inconvenient (because which doesnât like cleaning stroganoff off their ceiling?), it was incredibly dangerous â I burned my hands/fingers pretty badly.
September 3, 2017
When I received my new Instant Pot and read the directions, I was disappointed and felt a bit mis-lead. Sure, it may take 20 minutes to cook rice. But first, the pot needs to come to full-steam temperature (5-15 minutes). Then it cooks for the 20. After, you must let the steam release any where from another 5-15, depending on what the food item is. Do the math. I don’t know what your definition of “instant” is, but 35-60 minutes is not mine.
Problem #1: 5 + 20 +10 minutes is NOT instant. I can cook rice on the stove top in that amount of time = no benefit.
Problem #2: I still have a pan to clean; same as if I’d cooked rice in a pan = no benefit.
Problem #3: When using the Instant Pot, you cannot add additional ingredients as easily as you can with a crock pot (you’ll get burnt if you lift the lid while it’s cooking) = no benefit.
Problem #4: When I use a crockpot, I make a whole meal in one pot. For example, I may make a pot roast, potatoes, veggies, and a gravy or sauce. This is not possible with the InstantPot, again due to the “can’t remove the lid” thing. According to their recipe book, they suggest, (I’m not kidding you) cooking things in shifts and letting something sit, in another container, on the counter, while you cook the other part of your diner. Can you see where this is gong? That’s about a 2-3 hour stand-around-in-the-kitchen-and-wait-for-dinner kind of device. No benefit there.
Guess who bought a new crockpot? This girl, right here!
Any help in that ??
February 7, 2017