Genuine Instant Pot Silicone Springform Cake Pan
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|Material||Food safe silicone, Tempered glass|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||17.5 x 17.5 x 6.5 inches|
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- Designed for the instant pot multi use programmable pressure cooker 5, 6 and 8 quart: ip duo60, ip lux60, ip lux60v3, smart 60, ultra 6, iplux80, ip duo80, ip csg60 and ip csg50
- Tempered glass base to easily prepare, cut and serve on the same platter, made of the highest standards of food grade safe silicone
- Make instant desserts such as cheese cake, cake and more
- Made from fda & lfgb tested inert food safe silicone & bpa free, heat resistant to 450f (230c), dishwasher & freezer safe
- Genuine instant pot multi use programmable pressure cooker accessory
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Genuine Instant Pot silicone springform pan is ideal for cheesecake, regular cake and other delicious dishes. It is designed to fit onto the silicone steam rack for easy removal from your Instant Pot. The clips hold the pan together and open to allow easy release. With the tempered glass base one may prepare, cut, and serve on the same platter. Internal Diameter: 6.5”, Depth: 2.5”
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The whole unit is thick and sturdy, and nothing like the silicon vegetable steamer I've previously tried to use as a pan lifter. It's also a nice height. Not too tall, not too short.
The handles stick out on my 6Qt LUX making it easily grabbable -- and I was easily able to bend them out of the way to be able to put the lid on. (Since an 8Qt is taller, I'm assuming no bending-out-of-the-way is required for that larger model.)
* This product, shown in front of my 6Qt LUX (close-up view to show how thick and sturdy it is, as well as for height reference)
* This product, shown underneath the "Instant Pot Electric Pressure Cooker Springform Cake Pan with Tempered Glass Base" (they match perfectly)
* This product, shown inside my 6Qt LUX (side-view, showing how much the handles stick up)
* This product, show inside my 6Qt LUX (top-view)
* This product, shown propped up at the top rim of my 6Qt LUX (for scale, and again as a close-up view to show how thick and sturdy it is)
Additional findings: Once taken apart for the first time, the silicon is difficult to stretch around the glass base to get the edges to line up again. 90 seconds in the microwave warmed it up, and with some attention-to-detail effort I was able to pull it taught as I rolled it around the glass base to get the edges close enough together to connect them.
Even with the clip put back on, there remains a little gap at the bottom, which resulted in a slight leakage when I used it to make lasagna. (However this slight leakage was far less leakage than I got when using a push pan or a springform pan to make lasagna.)
The biggest surprise after using it was that once I took the lasagna out of the Instant Pot, the clip just slid right off the hot silicon with almost no effort at all.
I haven't used it yet, but here are my initial impressions...
This round "pan" seems to be about the same outer diameter of my 7" push pan. I compared them side by side, as well as stacked on top of each other, and there is little to no noticeable difference on exterior diameter. Since the silicon ring is thicker than a metal pan, the interior diameter will be a little smaller.
The silicon ring was a little dented by the packaging, but I was able to reshape it for the most part.
The "connector" thingie takes some practice, and is REALLY tight (as it probably should be, but be warned, it takes strength, persistence, and patience). The "nubby bit" that the connector grabs onto for the round pan is larger than the one that is on the loaf pan -- so for the round pan it's easier to get the necessary leverage to slide off the connector. But it DOES take effort, and practice to get the hang of it. If you don't have good wrist/finger strength, or dexterity, it could be difficult to use.
There is a faint odor upon unpacking. After washing and air drying all night, there is still a faint odor if I stuff my nose right up against it -- but not from a distance.
The glass base really is just a simple piece of polished-edge glass. Nothing fancy. But simplicity is the key to there being no nasty nooks and crannies for food bits to get stuck. I gave it a preliminary hand wash and everything was reachable by sponge, without requiring a special brush, or a toothpick.
However it took some work to get it stretched back around the glass base without a gap where the two ends come together. Even when I got the connector on, there was still a bit of a gap where food/batter could go (but not to escape). But I am assuming a tight fit is better than a loose fit. It's just going to take some more practice fully disassembling / reassembling it to figure out the secret. After a few tries I was able to reduce/eliminate the gap, but it's definitely not an "assemble in a hurry so I can fill it up" type of product.
Conclusion: I don't recommend jumping in with both feet and cooking something in it right away without a good amount of time practicing fully taking it apart and putting it together. But it does show promise once a certain level of familiarity is achieved.
Attached pictures are as follows:
* For scale: Showing it on top of my 7" Fat Daddio's Push Pan
* For scale: Showing it next to the small foam paint brush I use to clean the outer rim of my Instant Pot (also shows the slight denting in the ring)
* Showing it disconnected (close-up view)
* For scale: Showing it to the RIGHT of my SEVEN-inch Fat Daddio's Push Pan
* For scale: Showing it to the LEFT of my SIX-inch Fat Daddio's Push Pan
* Showing it disconnected (distance view)
* Showing it on top of the "Instant Pot Electric Pressure Cooker Long Handled Silicone Trivet"
Top reviews from other countries
However there is an issue of the closure not seeming to close properly- there’s a slight gap at the base. Whether or not it would leak wasn’t something I was going to leave to chance. I used a thin strip of lightly oiled cooking foil and pressed it up to the length of the seam so that there was an inch in the glass base and it overlapped at the top. This worked well and was easily removed when the cheesecake was unmoulded, with no visible sign it had been there. I’ve had this issue with other silicone ‘tins’ of similar design so have used this method before.
It’s a useful Instantpot accessory and I’m glad I bought it.
Reviewed in Canada on November 11, 2018
I was worried it would not come to pressure but it was fine. I was able to easily lift out the chicken from the pot using the trivet's long handles. I can see me using this all the time.
Added bonus is it is dishwasher proof too.
I'm having to return it unused for a refund.