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Fagor 670040230 Stainless-Steel 3-in-1 6-Quart Multi-Cooker

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  • 6-quart multi-cooker functions as rice cooker, pressure cooker, and slow cooker
  • Low/high pressure; self-locking lid; auto pressure release; 2 pressure-control valves
  • Overheat protection; "brown" and "keep warm" settings; LED screen; 8-hour delay timer
  • Stay-cool handles; recipes included; dishwasher-safe nonstick cooking pot
  • Measures approximately 12 by 12 by 13 inches
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  • Product Dimensions: 11.5 x 13.5 x 13.5 inches ; 9 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 17 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B001A62O1G
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  • Item model number: 670040230
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (383 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,668 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Fagor's 6 -quart Electric Multi-Cooker is a pressure cooker, a slow cooker and a rice cooker in one. It also features a brown and a warm function for a truly one-pot-cooking, and a six quart removable cooking pot that is dishwasher safe and nonstick coated for easy cleanup. PROGRAMS: The pressure cooking program drastically reduces cooking time. Choose between high (9 psi) and low (5 psi) pressure to prepare a great variety of healthy meals in minutes. Use the slow cooker setting to prepare slow cooker classics such as pot roasts, soups and stews. Add ingredients in the morning and dinner will be waiting for you. No more soggy or burned rice dishes. All your recipes will be cooked to perfection with the automatic rice cooking program. The versatility and safety features distinguish Fagor's Electric Multi Cooker: Programmable delay-timer for up to 8 hours. Multi-cooker will go automatically to keep warm; function after any cooking program. Self-locking lid and automatic pressure release setting for your convenience. The lid will not open while there's pressure inside the cooker for safety. Two independent pressure control valves and anti-overheating protection for added security. LED screen with soft-touch control buttons. Brushed stainless steel exterior. Manual includes 40 delicious recipes for the three cooking programs. Compact size: 12 inches in diameter and 13 inches tall. • Requires regular 110 V household power. ETL approved.


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The clean up is very easy as well.
P. Preston
There is a browning feature, a rice cooker as well as pressure cooker.
John F. West
Perfect food every time and you can cook just about everything in it!
Scarlett Lanza

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

411 of 424 people found the following review helpful By J. Garneau on August 4, 2008
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I purchased this to replace five slow cookers (Yes, I really had five), a rice cooker, and a Nesco roaster. When it arrived, I ran a water test which worked perfectly. The cooker heats quickly and then cooks on pressure and beeps when done. If not turned off, it goes to a warm cycle to hold the dish until you are ready. The next dish I tried was rice on the rice cycle. It is set for white rice and I was cooking brown rice so I just repeated the cycle twice after the first cycle. The rice turned out perfectly in 18 minutes. The removable pan is easy to clean since it is Teflon. I then put in the ingredients for black beans and set the timer for 27 minutes on the high pressure cycle. I punched start and walked away. The beans were done, tender and delicious! It used to take me 12 hours to cook beans in the crock pot! There is a brown cycle which heats up fast and can be used for sauteing items. I made a Mexican chicken soup and sauteed the onions and celery, threw in cubed raw chicken breast and browned, then added the rest of the ingredients for the soup except for the avocado which I added after the soup was done and cooked it on high pressure for 8 minutes. It sure didn't take me long to cook lunch that day! There is also a low pressure cycle for vegetables which I haven't tried yet. I can see that I am going to get lots of use out of this cooker. I think it is wonderful!
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387 of 400 people found the following review helpful By Amy on March 10, 2009
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I've been using my Fagor 3-in-1 multi-cooker for a few months now and have really enjoyed it. I've tried all 3 functions. For the rice cooker function, I like it but the rice comes out a little stickier than we're used to. I've tried cutting back on the amount of water and that seems to help. But I typically just use my old rice cooker because the multi-cooker is already in use making the main dish. For the slow cooker function, it seems to cook at a slightly lower temperature than even the low setting on regular slow cookers. The food gets done, but meats aren't as "falling apart" as they are in my old slow cooker. But maybe that's a good thing since they're not overcooked. Depending on what I'm making, sometimes I use the multi-cooker and sometimes I use my old one. The multi-cooker is 6 qts, but is taller and has a smaller diameter than most slow cookers. So it wouldn't work well for a big flat piece of meat like a brisket. Also, the multi-cooker is teflon coated, so if I'm making something that I will need to use my immersion blender on, I use my old slow cooker with the corning-ware insert. Another small problem with the multi-cooker is that even though the insert is removable, it's not very good for putting the ingredients in the night before and putting in the fridge until you're ready to cook. There's no handles to grab it by and there's no lid just for the insert. Because there are no handles, it's also very difficult, and dangerous, to lift it out after cooking to pour the food into a serving dish. The function I was most nervous about was the pressure cooker. I had never had a pressure cooker before and had visions of horror remembering my mother's and grandmother's disasters. But honestly, once I learned to trust the multi-cooker, it's been great.Read more ›
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130 of 135 people found the following review helpful By Pam on September 30, 2008
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I love the fact this unit is multi-function. I've wanted both a rice cooker and electronic pressure cooker. I am thrilled with the prospect of a combination unit to save storage space. This cooker is sleek looking, quiet when in use, and a breeze to clean with its internal nonstick surface. To be honest, I own a new-generation pressure cooker which I've never used because I am too terrified to use it. I know it's ridiculous, but I just can't bring myself to use it for fear of the old days when lids could blow off if the cook wasn't careful. I wanted an electronic pressure cooker because I felt safer (stupid but true). I have used my new fagor in pressure cooker mode to make Risotto, which requires use of the browning function. The rice/onion mixture browned nicely and the risotto turned out marvelously. I also wasn't scared when using the pressure feature. I do wish this unit was bigger (8 or 10 quarts) as I cook in quantity. I will certainly be using this item over and over again, especially in pressure mode. I can't wait to make succulently tender meat in pressure cooker mode, or use the rice feature for sushi rice. The possibilities with this unit are endless. To add on because of other customer comments, yes the PSI is lower than the "traditional" pressure cookers. But I now have used this product in pressure cooker mode several times. There are two pressure cooker modes (low and high) and I've always used the unit in high mode and have NOT had to increase cooking time due to the PSI differences. As a matter of fact, last night I made stew beef in an italian red sauce (for macaroni and beef): the original recipe is for a pressure cooker, but I didn't have that cook time, as it's a recipe that's been handed down and was given to me as a "simmer on the stove for 3-4 hours.Read more ›
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54 of 56 people found the following review helpful By B. Kanewske on January 15, 2010
This electronic kitchen tool has become one of my most-used and best-loved devices. I did a great deal of review reading when I was in the market for a pressure cooker (I am bean-challenged...cannot soften a bean by conventional methods to save my life!). Though I considered a stove-top pressure cooker, I decided to purchase an electric model instead. I made the right choice! I can use either low or high pressure, but I have not even used the low pressure setting yet. I use the browning feature almost every time I cook with this (I use this pressure cooker probably three nights a week at least!). So I can saute onions and garlic and carrots, toss in potatoes, spices, water and frozen turkey leftovers, turn on the pressure and have dinner on the table in about 30 minutes. This cooker saves me cooking time and cleaning time since I can accomplish more than one task in the same pot. The lid-locking device is very secure and I have no fear of the pressure causing the lid to fly off at any point. Clean up is quick...there are a few removable parts that can get clogged up depending upon how you release the steam, but they clean very easily.

Besides the browning feature, probably my favorite feature of this model is that I can turn it on, leave the room, forget about it, then return later and the cooker has transitioned from pressure cooking to a warming mode. Therefore I am not monitoring it at all. This, too, saves time. This cooker is virtually noiseless, except when you release the steam using the steam release knob. My habit when I need to quickly release the steam is to take the cooker onto the back porch and open the release valve (I learned the hard way that to release the steam in the kitchen is to initiate an unintentional cabinet cleaning session).
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