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Instant Pot Tempered Glass lid – 9 in. (23 cm) - 6 Quart
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- Tempered glass lid with steam release vent and stainless steel rim and handle
- Transparent glass for clear viewing
- Designed for Instant Pot 5 or 6 Quart, Lux 6-in-1 (5 or 6 Quart), Duo 7-in-1 (6 Quart), Duo Plus 9-in-1 (6 Quart), Ultra 10-in-1 (6 Quart), Smart Bluetooth 7-in-1 (6 Quart)
- Dishwasher safe and durable
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This professional grade tempered glass lid is designed specifically for electric pressure cookers. Put your electric pressure cooker in keep-warm mode and cover the inner pot with this glass lid for food display and immediate serving. It can also be used in sauté/browning to avoid splashing cooking oil droplets soiling your countertop. This lid features a steam-release vent and stainless steel rim. It's durable and dishwasher safe.
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For Reviewers who advise the glass lid does not work in "Slow Cook" mode, I say: please consider the model you own, and READ your User Manual. My User Manual is for Models: IP-DUO50 and IPDUO60, copyright 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 Instant Pot Company.
On page 14, under the section entitled "Slow Cooking", item number one (1), it states:
"Follow steps in the "Cooking Preparation" section of this manual. The steam release handle can be at either "Venting" or "Sealing" positions. An optional glass lid can also be used."
I've used the glass lid when using it in "Slow Cooking" mode, and have not had a problem.
I own the IP DUO60 7 in 1 model, have used it regularly since 01/2014, and have not had a problem with my food not cooking when I use the glass lid in "Slow Cooker" mode.
VERY well made!
As I see it, the locking pressure cooking lid works well if your cooking experience is limited or if you're in a hurry, you hit a button, close the lid and assume it's doing the right thing. When you want to cook more conventionally though, as if you were cooking on a stovetop but with very precise and consistent heat control- sauteing and browning ingredients or sweating vegetables prior to adding liquids or meat and proceeding with the pressure cooking part of a recipe, or if you want to slow cook something without the intense heat and pressure blast of the pressure cooking functionality, this lid opens up a lot of that functionality. I use this to make marinara and bolognese among a lot of other things. To be able to very consistently keep the sauces at a barely perceptible simmer all day long as needed, allows the tomatoes and/ or meat to slowly break down to develop a good consistency but keeps the tomatoes from getting bitter, as happens if you cook too quickly or on too high a heat, and you can remove the lid to stir and check consistency and flavor easily, something you can't do with a pressure cooker. The stainless liner in the Instant Pot is a big part of that as well. I've spent my life cooking on gas as a professional Chef, I really appreciate the consistent heat that I can get using this device when I cook at home and again, this lid opens up a whole new world of functionality beyond merely cooking under pressure. The "simmer" and "saute" buttons, with the 3 intensity levels for each are very, very usable controls. Simmer on the lowest setting will bubble a sauce or "bone broth" almost imperceptibly with the lid on, and saute on the highest setting will rapidly and vigorously boil a sauce (or wine, etc) to quickly reduce, and you have 4 levels between those two to use as well. Lid on, lid off, lid ajar adds even more flexibility. You can do all of that with a conventional pot on a stove, but not with this kind of predictability and temperature control.
IP DUO60 yesterday and today and had no problems. No error messages and it fit perfectly. The handle was not hot while slow cooking for four hours. This glass lid is made solid and the handle is very sturdy. Glad to have purchased it and worth the money.
I'll use the InstantPot for other things that take advantage of the pressure cooking function, of course, but after making lots of tomato sauce on the stovetop earlier this summer that splattered all over, the idea that I could use the cooker with this vented lid to do that in the future really sold me. For some slow cooking functions I don't want a vented lid, but for things like tomato sauce it's a requirement if you ever want the sauce to reduce. My 3-in-1 cooker doesn't have a vented lid which is why I was using the stovetop, all the time hating the mess and the constant attention required.
Other reviewers said this lid couldn't be used with the slow cooker function, but the book that came with my model of InstantPot specifically said it could so of course I had at it and found it worked just fine. The book said the cooker's slow cook function could be used with the pressure cooker lid either sealed or vented or this optional glass lid. I could also have used the saute function on 'less' (simmer) to thicken the sauce, but that function only runs for 30 minutes before needing to be reset so I prefer using the slow cook function on 'more' (high) for a longer period. With the glass lid I can check on the sauce periodically to see how it's progressing and don't have to worry about any splatter on the cooker's lid or seal.
The lid fits the pot perfectly as expected and adds extra functionality to the cooker. Sometimes after finishing a pressure cooking function I want to add some final ingredients to my dish and keep an eye on it as it finishes. With this lid, it's easy to do that. Great addition to the pressure cooker.
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