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Instant Pot Silicone Steamer Basket or Sling - Non-Scratch, Foldable IP Insert Fits in 6 and 8 Quart Pressure Cookers and Cooking Pots - Original Accessory for Instant Pot

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  • NEVER WORRY ABOUT RUST or DENTS: Stainless steel baskets can peel and leach harmful chemicals in your food. Our PATENT PENDING Basket is made of Food-grade Silicone that does not get too hot to touch and is unbreakable. Can be used as an IP Sling.
  • LARGE SIZE MAXIMIZES SPACE IN POT: Features built-in sturdy legs at the bottom of the steamer basket so you don’t have to use a separate trivet. Holds up to 3 dozen eggs!
  • SPACE SAVING DESIGN FOLDS FLAT: Easy to clean (dishwasher safe). Compatible with 6 and 8 Quart IP Models, Ninja Foodi, Aroma 20 cup Rice Cooker, and many other brands of pressure cookers and pots.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Dissapointed it doesn't work properly with the Steam function of the Ninja Foodi.
By Therese on August 24, 2019
I have mixed feelings about this silicone steam basket.

First the Pros:
• It fits well in my 8qt Ninja Foodi.
• I can use my stacking 6qt pot-in-pot set in it. The pots fit perfectly, right up to the outside edge of the basket. This allows me to securely transfer them into, and out of, the Ninja Foodi without dealing with the wire cage usually needed. Since they sit so snuggly inside the basket, I can't just pull the pans out the basket. What I do instead is take it all out of the Foodi, then simply roll the the basket down. This is much more secure than using the wire cage they came with.
• Seems to work alright with the pressure cooker function of my Ninja Foodi.

Cons:
• Silcone is heat resistant, so this can affect cooking times, as metal or glass cooking containers absorb heat faster and retain heat better than silicone, and the contained heat assists with the cooking process. Silcone, since it is heat resistant, can insulate from heat and slow the cooking process.

• That said, it will eventually get hot, so you need something protective for your fingers when you remove immediately after cooking.

Now when using the pressure setting on the Ninja Foodi, silicone's heat resistance is probably unnoticable for most things when using this basket. However when using the lower temperature of the Steam setting, it has produced unpredictable results for me.

I can poach eggs perfectly using the Steam setting for 3 minutes, using glass containers and the rack that came with the Foodi. However, when I tried with this basket instead of the rack, the following happened: the 1st time the unit presuurized with the vent open (which should not have happened, and which means the tempurature got way higher than it was supposed to be), and the eggs were way overcooked. When I tried it again, the eggs were way undercooked.

The only conclusion I can come to is that the less open design of this basket is somehow interferring with how the Ninja Foodi senses what is happening, causing the results to be unpredictable when using the Steam setting rather than the Pressure setting.

In my conversations with the manufacturer, they first told me they had perfectly "steamed" 3 dozen eggs in the Ninja Foodi. When I asked for clarification, it became evident that they had used the Pressure setting to make hardboiled eggs. That is quite different than
1) using the Steam setting to
2) make poached eggs.

The ad states it is compatible with the Ninja Foodi. It may be partially compatible with it, but it seems it is not fully compatible. It may work just fine with the Pressure setting as the higher pressure, and resulting higher temps, may overcome any issues created at the lower temp and pressure of the Steam setting. Otherwise I would be at a loss to understand all the 5 star reviews, including with the Ninja Foodi. That doesn't guarantee it will work fine with other functions.

It would be better that they check ALL functions of the unit they claim compatibility with, and be clear in the ad which ones it works with as intended, and which functions it interferes with.

Unlike the rack which is open everywhere, this basket has holes, but is more solid than open. Additionally, the center of the floor is entirely solid, with only the outer portion having holes. If I had known in advance this would not work well with the Steam function of the Ninja Foodi, I would have bought something else with a more open design.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great for a pressure cooker
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5.0 out of 5 stars For the Lentil Questioner July 2021
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5.0 out of 5 stars For the Lentil Questioner July 2021
Reviewed in the United Kingdom 🇬🇧 on July 14, 2021
The question was:

"Are the holes on the base, small enough to hold soaked lentils without them falling through?"

I couldn't add this pic in the "Answer a Question" thingummy. I hope this picture helps. The holes in the bottom are 2 - 2.5 mm in diameter. Don't know about lentils, but great for other things.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great for pressure cooker
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Carole Cannon
5.0 out of 5 stars Just as described
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D. Pemberton
5.0 out of 5 stars It does what it is supposed to.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom 🇬🇧 on April 30, 2021