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Sanyo HPS-MC3 3-in-1 Nonstick Electric Multi-Cooker

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  • Stainless 3-in-1 electric cooker for grilling, steaming, and slow cooking
  • Non-stick titanium-coated 4-1/2-quart cooking pot and grill plate
  • Steam tray; adjustable temperature from keep warm to 460 degrees F
  • Glass lid; cool-touch handles; dishwasher-safe parts; user manual included
  • Measures 13 by 15-1/2 by 8-3/5 inches

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Sanyo HPS-MC3 3-in-1 Nonstick Electric Multi-Cooker + Japanese Hot Pots: Comforting One-Pot Meals
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 13 x 15.5 x 8.6 inches ; 12.7 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 13 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B00158VWPI
  • Item model number: HPS-MC3
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (53 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #116,190 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

The 3-In-1 Multi-Cooker grills, steams, and cooks soups or stews with consistent results. With a non-stick titanium-coated grill plate, the cooker allows home chefs to prepare a variety of different grilled dishes, whether meat, fish, poultry, or vegetables, easily and with quick clean up. A steaming tray is used for steaming vegetables and other healthy foods such as fish. The generously sized 4.5-Quart non-stick pot can accommodate soups and stews for the whole family and is just the right size for making perfect pancakes and crepes without oil. The 3-In-1 Multi-Cooker has an adjustable temperature control from low to 460°F. The stainless-style body and glass lid add to the sleek design of this cooker. The steam tray and grill plate nest in the pot for compact and easy storage. AA quick-release magnetic plug and cool-touch handles ensure safety when using the cooker. The glass lid, steam tray, grill plate and pot can all be placed in the dishwasher for easy clean up.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Would certainly buy another.
Lawrence Pim
We'll cook Hot Pot style dishes or Japaneze noodle dishes, and it works great for that.
G. M. Matthews
It is also very easy to clean.
Lin

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

68 of 69 people found the following review helpful By K. Chang on January 23, 2009
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I am cheap (Asian), and was not keen on plopping down $100 on this cooker. Totally worth it. I got it after I saw some little old ladies at 99 Ranch buying one!

Cooks hot pot like a CHAMP. I was using a single burner with a divided hot pot pot (lol) on top and I had to boil a separate pot the stove to keep up with demand (feeding 4 adults). No more! This thing is sooo convenient. Super easy to adjust the temperature and it heats up quickly.

Nice safety feature that it has a magnetic power cord, in case someone trips over it or you have kids. It stays on just fine.

Also works great as a steamer.

The finish is conducive to easy cleanup.

The grill part...well, I mean...it's essentially a one-sided George Foreman grill. Nothing too special there--but it is very easy to clean.

Buy it! You know if the old Chinese ladies at 99 Ranch were buying, it HAS to be good.

**Update**

Owned it now for almost a year. Still going strong, still highly recommended. It even saved me through a stove issue (2 weeks for the new part to arrive). There are a lot of things you can make with this cooker, I have to say.
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26 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Derek Hines on August 24, 2008
I just moved into a tiny place with no kitchen to speak of and this product is perfect for me. With interchangeable grill plate and cooking pot, the one base takes up less overall space in my cabinet. I've used it for eggs, pancakes, stir-fry, steaming vegetables, macaroni and cheese, grilled steak and chicken. I'll make some mean chili this fall I'm sure. The whole thing is nonstick and cleans up easily with a paper towel. I recommend this for a dorm room or as an efficient alternative to a full size cooktop. I first discovered SANYO a few years ago when I bought my first toaster oven. I debated buying an indoor grill but went all out for this "multi-cooker".
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27 of 29 people found the following review helpful By G. Kemper on February 3, 2009
I bought this for my wife so we could do Nabe / Hot Pot/ Shabu Shabu / etc. It's significantly more expensive than buying a pot and a gas burner (which you can get at an Asian grocery for ~$40), but it is very high quality.

We've done Japanese Nabe and Sichuan Hot Pot in this pot and they were both great. The pot cooks very evenly and is more than enough for 4 people (I would think it could serve up to 8, definitely could do 6). The whole apparatus feels very solid like it was built to last.

Included also is a metal rack that that can be used to steam food (we used it for shumai and gyoza / jiaozi / potstickers.) We had been using our rice cooker for this, but the HPS-MC3 is a lot larger allowing you to steam a whole meal's worth and the design is such that it's easy to put it on your table and eat your food fresh from the steam.

The HPS-MC3 also includes a grilling plate which we might use some day but we haven't used it for that purpose.

I would highly recommend the HPS-MC3 for your home hotpot needs. Also, you can find it for less than $100 on other websites, but just make sure to do your math because shipping is free over $25 on Amazon but other websites have different policies.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Kenneth V. Young on January 30, 2010
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This multi-cooker is perfect for small kitchens that have limited storage. I can grill, steam, stew, makes great home fries. I wouldn't be surprised if I could bake things like cornbread. With the flat bottom it makes nice looking omelets. Enough said, it's well worth the $85.00 (with free shipping). I try to buy locally, but the neighborhood store didn't want to go lower than their $110.00. Sorry, I need to watch my dollars as much as possible these days. Thank you Amazon.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By hba864 on April 7, 2010
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I was hoping this would live up to all the reviews I read, and it does! I made beef sukiyaki and ginger pork all under 2 hours, it is the best hot pot and I really love it, great for making Japanese dishes, and I was really surprised how easy it was to clean up afterwards, just so people get this beforehand, Wash out each peice very throughly(not the base peice obviously), just run each through the dishwasher to get rid of the coating, don't try burning it off because it has that new nonstick smell lol But all in all this was the easiest easiest!!

UPDATE 7-2012

I had this for a year and then the pan warped and the oil always spread the wrong way, it didn't heat right and I donated it and bought a zojirushi instead, it was great for about 5 mos and then I just put up with it until I could get something better.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By lemonzest on May 26, 2010
We purchased this having missed the tabletop nabe/yakiniku/sukiyaki nights we used to enjoy with friends in our apartment in Japan, and it's been absolutely perfect. The grill mode is just right for cooking thin-sliced meat and veggies VERY quickly to keep up with demand (and with only minimal splashing of grease and no smoke), and the hotpot mode is perfect for stews. I'd definitely recommend picking up a book on Japanese or Korean hotpot with this to maximize its use! If you're not familiar with sitting around a table with others and making a customizable soup or grill, it's a wonderful way to enjoy a hot meal with minimal preparation (and great for heating up a cold house in winter!), and this product was the perfect match.
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