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MaxiMatic EPC-807 Elite Platinum 8-Quart Digital Pressure Cooker with Non-Stick Pot, Silver

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  • 6 Multifunctions: Rice & Risotto, Potatoes & Yams, Meat & Chicken, Beans & Grains, Soup & Stew, and Browning/Keep Warm
  • Convenient browning function pre-browns meats in the same pot prior to pressure cooking
  • 9-hour delay timer allows user to program cooking to begin at a later time
  • Attractive Brushed Stainless steel Housing
  • Removable nonstick 8Qt interior cooking pot for fast, easy cleanup
  • Programmable pressurized cook time from 0-99 minutes for customized cooking
  • Automatic resumption of cooking when power is restored after a power failure; prevents a brief power outage from ruining your meal
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Product Description

Enjoy nutritious, fast and flavorful cooking with the Elite Platinum 8 Qt. Digital Pressure Cooker. The unique process of pressure cooking allows you to trap steam during the cooking process, thereby, cooking food evenly, sealing in nutrients, and, most important of all, retaining flavor. With 6 preset functions including browning and keep warm, manual operation, a 9-hour delay timer,and an 8 Qt. inner pot you can cook a wide variety of meals for the whole family. Use the preset functions to cook delicious risotto, vegetables, meat, chicken, and much more with this versatile and elegant pressure cooker.

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Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here [PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 15 x 15.2 x 15 inches ; 21.8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 17.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001DWNFOM
  • Item model number: EPC-807
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (80 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,484 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here [PDF]

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Wife Loves it!
L E Jenson
It is really easy to use and it works a lot like a slow cooker, only in reverse as far a time to cook.
Larry S.
Easy to use, clean, and cooks wonderfully !
Daniel A.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

40 of 40 people found the following review helpful By Patee333 on February 23, 2010
I've never owned a pressure cooker before. They always scared me and I didn't understand what all the hype was about.
But I brought one of these home one day and now I'm obsessed with it. I want to cook in it at least 2-3 times a week and I'm always shopping for ingredients with the thought of cooking in it in mind. My instruction manual came with plenty of recipes but so far the recipes I've enjoyed the most are ones that I found in slow cookers that I just adapt to be used in the pressure cooker. Every meal has turned out beautifully. Tender, flavorful and quick!!! I'm told that the old fashioned stove-top ones can be really noisy and risky. This machine is super quiet until you release the pressure. I have a lot of fun cooking with this machine. I LOVE MINE!!!
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48 of 50 people found the following review helpful By powerserge on January 29, 2010
I received my Maxi-Matic 8 Qt Digital Pressure Cooker and immediately put it to work. This is the third pressure cooker I've purchased. (I have a stove top 4 qt model and a 6 qt 3-in-1 Fagor) and this 8 qt model is just as easy to use and as fast as the Fagor! The automatic timer functions worked perfectly, it was quiet to operate and easy to clean up. It's a bit bulky, so unless you have a lot of counter space or a big pantry/closet, storage may be an issue. The instruction manual has some recipes and great charts of cooking times, so it takes the guesswork out of cooking, the manual is available online as a pdf and it was easy to find additional recipes on the web. My first batch of asian style short ribs turned out perfectly in 8 minutes and were eaten in less then that. Overall I give it 4 stars! (minus one for it's bulkiness)
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43 of 45 people found the following review helpful By Webfoot on November 15, 2010
Giving this a cautious 4 star rating due to short time owned.

Have been using pressure cookers for decades but this is the first electric model.

The pluses: Nice style, removable inner aluminum container so it can be removed and washed, hinged lid, condensation cup that collects the condensed water found on lid when opened, quiet due to no escaping of steam while cooking,

The minuses: Cheap glossy label/keypad, this will likely fail at some point. Rubber feet are just that, black natural rubber and they will mar melamine counter top surfaces.

Have used it 3 times and it has worked well. First use was for vegetable beef soup. Large amount, ~6 qts. Chose this due to complex mix of ingredients. Made soup in 2 stages. Started with cooking chunked meat in tomato juice with "meat" setting. Prep'd veggies (7-8 varieties) while meat cooked. Did fast vent of steam. Added veggies and some additional water. Set for "soups/stews". At end of pre-timed cooking, again used fast venting of steam. Meat tender, potatoes and carrots fully cooked and quick cooking veggies still had body, not mushy. Very pleased with results.

Last use was with a recipe off the net for pressure cookers. No difficulties in using a generic recipe with this cooker.

EDIT:
It's been 3 yrs since we purchased. Pressure cooker is still going strong and gets used regularly. Wife enjoys it a great deal.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Steve O. Lindy on May 27, 2010
This is the first pressure cooker I've owned and I love it. Soups and stews turn out great, and fast. But the most popular things is my ribs. I fit 4 racks of baby back ribs in this thing, cooked them for 40 minutes and then finished them on the grill with BBQ sauce. They were fantastic!

There is definitely a learning curve to see what works and what doesn't. The manual has some recipes, but is a little skimpy. It's easy to use, and it has a non-stick insert that cleans really easy. I like that you can brown right in the pot before you start cooking too.

Overall, it is one of my favorite purchases. Well worth the money.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By RMcQuade on June 1, 2011
My mom sent me this last September {2010}. The first thing I said when I opened the box was, "What the H am I going to do with this?"

I started looking up recipes online and found that pressure cooking was just perfect for my family. I have 6 children and trying to cook a huge meal without tripping over a kid or three isn't happening. I value my sanity, what's left of it, and this cooker helps me keep a portion of it.

I work from home, so if I lose track of time, I can still throw in frozen meat, potatoes, other veggies, along with seasoning for a quick dinner that tastes like it was slow roasted all day. My husband loves how well it cooks rice.

My favorite thing to do with this is to cook chicken breasts in the machine, then coat with a flour/cornmeal/spice mix and fry. The juices stay in the chicken.

One downside- the slide latch can break easily. The cooker will still close properly, I'm not really sure if the plastic piece was a latch or something else. Can be hard to twist the lid down, but once you get the hang of it, it's easy enough.
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36 of 45 people found the following review helpful By Bookie on July 26, 2009
This pressure cooker is pretty to look at, but it doesn't come with a cookbook, and doesn't offer variable functions, as it seems to. The optional buttons, ie: Soup/Stew, Rice/Risotto are just times, not different pressures that range from low to high. This cooker only pressurizes at one setting, Maximum. Because of this, you can't follow other pressure cooker recipes. The company also doesn't offer a cookbook that USES this pressure cooker, which is a big ole pain. I wouldn't buy again because of this issue. No recipe book designed for this cooker, and no easy way to adapt to other cookbooks.
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