Genuine Instant Pot Ceramic Non-Stick Interior Coated Inner Cooking Pot - 6 Quart
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|Item Weight||1.39 Pounds|
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- Instant Pot electric pressure cooker 6 qt ceramic non stick interior coating, plastic PTFE and PFOA free
- Genuine Instant Pot pressure cooker accessory. Dishwasher safe Perfect for slow cooking, rice cooking
- May not be compatible to electric pressure cooker
- Designed for the 6 quart Instant Pot multi use programmable pressure cookers, IP DUO60, IP LUX60, ip lux60v3, Smart 60, ultra 6, and IP CSG60
- Can be transferred to the oven where it is safe to 360C/ 680F
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The Instant Pot ceramic non-stick inner cooking pot is Teflon, PTFE and PFFOA free, safe and free of harmful chemicals The non-stick surface makes it easy to clean. Having a secondary Instant Pot inner pot makes it convenient when preparing multiple dishes with your Instant Pot cooker.
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Either way it's nice to have a second pot and this one had the best price I could find. I will update if the coating comes off but it seems pretty darn solid. As with any coating you want to use wood or plastic utensils and not metal but that's pretty standard.
I make a lot of sauces and it's very nice to not worry about the bottom of the pan getting too hot and burning. While I still watch it carefully I've not had any issues yet.
One Month Update Jan 1, 2018: This has become the only inner pot I use. It's just so much easier to clean after cooking when compared to the stainless version. I've not had any heat issues at all. I was concerned early on that there would be "hot spots" from the element due to the fact that the bottom of this pan isn't double or triple layer like the stainless. This hasn't been the case at all.
I've used my stainless inner pot to store things so that I can use the non-stick exclusively. I've used it about 20 times in the last month with NO signs of wear. I only use bamboo / wood / plastic utensils so I'm can't speak to its hardiness with metal utensils.
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This has happened to me a few days after I bought my instant pot. At that time, I wasn’t sure what’s wrong and thought it might just be a faulty machine. So I returned the Instant Pot to Amazon (it cost a fortune) and got a replacement pot. I cooked with the stainless steel inner pot with no problems and then tried to cook in this ceramic one with Sauté function and again the whole pot went dead. Clearly the ceramic insert was not made to conduct and distribute heat properly when on Suate (perhaps it just works with pressure mode). But this is an original Instant Pot accessory and there is no warning whatsoever on what not to do .. no warning that this will ruin the pot, killing all electricity. I live in Denmark so we don’t have a repair center or anything. I wrote to Instant Pot customer service and got no reply. Very very disappointed because I now have a Machine that is useless without electricity. So pls beware if you are buying this - do not Sauté. It will ruin your machine.
I used exactly the same timings I would have used on the stainless steel pot so I can only conclude that this one does not conduct heat as well as the other. Therefore an increase of time is needed I would say by 5 or 10 minutes.
I still like the pot though as it definitely sticks less than the stainless steel version and it was incredibly easy to clean. I forgot to clean after use and just soaked the pot in hot soapy water the next day and it all cleaned up with no problem.
A huge quantity of chilli and rice for example can be done in my 6l pot. No need to buy a second instant pot.