Oster FPSTPC4801 5-Quart Electric Pressure Cooker, Brushed Stainless Steel
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- 5 quart capacity. removable/washable non-stick inner pot. comfortable handles for easy grip while moving
- Delay timer up to 2hrs. auto shut off. brushed stainless steel finish.
- Keeps food warm for up to 3 hours. includes browning feature. 6 programs to perfectly cook poultry, meats, fish, vegetables and even rice
- Removable cord. 900 Watts. LED Display and indicator for cooking, timer, and keep warm
- Nonstick inner pot and steam collector. includes paddle and measuring cup.
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This is a clever versatile gadget; I am just wondering what took them so long to come up with the idea. What they did is converting a rice cooker into a pressure cooker. All you need is a sealed cover.
We are using it almost everyday to cook stews, chicken and even rice. Beef steak comes out perfect - it is tender the way my wife prefers it.
Most pressure cookers are either four or six quarts. This pressure cooker has a capacity of five quarts; so if you are thinking that a four quart is too little, and six quart is too much, then here is the perfect one for you. Also, unlike most pressure cookers, it has a non-stick inner pan which is similar to a rice cooker. It also includes a rice paddle, because it can. Non-slip rubber footings.
For those who are familiar with pressure cookers, you know that it can cut your cooking time substantially and saves you some money. Add a chip and you have a self-thinking auto-shut-of cooking tool. It even has a delay timer so you can schedule your dish comes dinner's time. Compared with conventional pressure cookers, this is a lot quieter when it starts to breathe out steam.
It has the following six functions: Browning, Fish/Vegetables, Rice, Poultry, Soup/Stew, and Beef. With 5 cooking levels, you can increase or decrease times other than the preset cooking time.
Like most pressure cookers, it has a safety lock to prevent accidental opening when the chamber is still pressurized. Power consumption is rated at 900w at the max, and less when cooking at the lower levels. Cord is removable.
1 pound of ground turkey meat
1 14.5 oz can of Del Monte Diced Tomatoes, Zesty Chili Style [Del Monte Diced Tomatoes Zesty Chili Style, 14.5-Ounce (Pack of 12)]
1 15.5 oz can of Bush's Best Chili Magic Chili Starter, Traditional Mild [Bush's Best Chili Magic Chili Starter, Traditional Mild, 15.5 oz (Pack of 12)]
1 box of Uncle Ben's Country Inn Rice Pilaf [Uncle Ben's Country Inn Rice Pilaf Rice 6 oz (Pack of 12)]
2 or 3 medium-sized green zucchini
2 or 3 medium-sized yellow squash
I use ground turkey meat in lieu of ground beef because it is healthier, it digests easier, and I prefer the taste. Before preparing my chili, I use the Oster Pressure Cooker to steam the Uncle Ben's County Inn Rice Pilaf. The box says that the preferred method of preparation is on the stove top, but I disagree. It tastes better when prepared with the Oster Pressure Cooker. I don't have to add butter or oil.Read more ›
I'm new to using pressure cookers, so this was my first experience with one. Mainly, I wanted to use it for beans and roasts. The first thing I tried, however, was the browning function. I thought that including the ability to brown food in the cooker rather than having to do it separately on the stove top was an excellent idea. It turns out that this feature is quite well implemented. I browned onions and green peppers in the cooker prior to adding the beans and seasoning. The only "problem" is that you have no heat control over the browning temperature, but it did appear to be well-regulated such that the only way you'd burn things would be if you simply stopped attending to your cooking. The browning capability could actually allow this to function as an ad-hoc electric skillet, as long as you don't mind cooking in a deep pot with a plastic spatula.
In regards to the beans, this is where I hit the first snag. As an inexperienced cook, I was confused by exactly how to handle them when there is no programmed function for cooking "beans" nor a catch-all setting for food that is not included in the 6 presets (beef, stews, veg/fish, rice, chicken). The manual tells you cooking times for beans, but not which function to choose for them.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
OMG how I love this pressure cooker. I use it weekly and bought one for my mom.Published 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
Although this pressure cooker is what got me hooked on pressure cooking I am quite frustrated with it after almost daily use for close to a year. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Mangostan
The steam valve is kind of hard to use. You need to position it well and need quite some get used to at the beginning.Published 16 months ago by Califonian
So far everything is great. Seems to work exactly as described. Have only used twice but the beef stew and beef roast were excellent.Published 17 months ago by James Adams
Easy to use and is exactly as described. The 5-qt. size is perfect for the roasts, soups and stews that I routinely cook. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Amazon Customer