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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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|Item Dimensions||13.5 x 11.5 x 13.5 in||12.6 x 10.2 x 11.8 in||13.31 x 14.84 x 14.17 in||11 x 11 x 15 in||11 x 11 x 15 in||1 x 1 x 1 in|
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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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- mashed potatoes - peel them and cook on low pressure for 12 minutes uncut or you can cut them in half and cook less for about 8 minutes.
- pasta. Check the required cooking time on the package. If it's 11 minutes, cut it in half and cook for about 6 minutes on low pressure. It is important that you take it out right as cooking finished to prevent it from overcooking.
- soup: chicken breast, celery, carrots, onions, salt pepper, Italian seasoning and chicken broth or water. Cook on low pressure for 15 minutes. The add a bit of pasta or rice and potatoes and cook for another 5 minutes. Extremely good!
- and of course rice, there is a simple "Rice" button, pretty easy :)
I have been so impressed with this product that I have even told a professional chef friend about it and gave him a risotto "demonstration." He has since also purchased one!
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. I didn't know how long it would take to reach pressure, so I would get nervous that it wasn't closed right. But it was fine. You just need to add about 20 minutes to your estimated prep time for it to get up to pressure and start cooking. I was concerned about the 9 psi pressure after reading the other reviews here. I sent an e-mail to Fagor customer service and they actually sent me a page from Miss Vickie's web site that said you need to increase the cooking time by 40% and that you shouldn't use anything less than a 15 psi cooker. I couldn't believe they would send me something that says not to use their product! But it was all the customer service people could offer. Well, it turns out Miss Vickie's web site is wrong. You don't need to increase the cooking time at all, or just a minute or two if it's a long-cooking recipe. The problem is that Miss Vickie based her calculation on the ratio of the pressures (9 being 40% less than 15). But pressure isn't doing the cooking, temperature is. And the ratio of the temperatures is less than 10%. And if you use absolute temperature (according to my engineer husband) the ratio is even less, about 1%. So for a recipe that cooks 10 minutes you would increase it by a few seconds. So now I just use the recommended times in recipes and everything has come out perfectly cooked. I should add that this multi-cooker does not come with a steamer insert, and many pressure cooker recipes, especially for vegetables, require one. It doesn't even seem that Fagor offers one separately. I really like the browning function. It gets very hot and is useful not only for browning ingredients at the beginning but also for getting things boiling at the end of slow cooking so that you can add thickeners like cornstarch or roux. The warming function is nice, too. I've used the cook delay once or twice, but only for an hour or two. Longer would be risky for bacterial growth. So I really like this appliance. I don't think I'll be getting rid of my rice cooker or slow cookers, but they've moved to the basement and the Fagor 3-in-1 multi-cooker has the prize spot on the kitchen counter.
Note: Since writing this comment over a year ago, I have found this silicone vegetable steamer and it works perfectly as a trivet for this pressure cooker. It has firm legs which hold it above the liquid. They were strong enough to hold 4 pounds of brisket. It worked beautifully and cleaned up very nicely.
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And I should add that I still love my Fagor 3-in-1 and use it several times a week. I still mainly use it for the pressure cooker function, though. I've found that I really don't need a slow cooker anymore.