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Power Pressure Cooker XL 6 Quart - Silver
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- Allows you to cook delicious, flavorful and healthier meals up to 70% faster than traditional cookware.
- Flavor infusion technology traps super heated steam inside the pot to force liquid and moisture into your food
- Digital display panel. Slow cooker function prepares your favorite slow-cooked recipes 10x fast
- Safe lock lid with manual steam release. Automatic keep warm mode. Large and sturdy lid arm handle. Capacity: 6 quarts
- Wipe clean brushed stainless steel housing. 1-year manufacturer's warranty
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Power Pressure Cooker Benefits
Locks in precious nutrients and vitamins in food. Infuses meat and seafood with intense flavor without added fat. Makes vegetables tender crisp, keeping fibers intact.
The Flavor of Slow Cooking Fast
Succulent, slow-cooked meals, 10 times faster. Saves time and energy. Economical, since it cooks even cheaper cuts of meat to juicy perfection.
The Power Pressure Cooker XL replaces 7 common kitchen devices from Pressure Cooker, to Slow Cooker, Canner, Soup Maker, Steamer, Cookware and Rice Cooker. Cooking made simple with the click of a button!
What's for dinner?
Now you will have a delicious answer to this question any day of the week with these delicious pressure cooker recipes.
Now you can cook all of your favorite homemade meals with just the push of a button. In a fraction of the time! With practically no clean-up afterward.
The Power Pressure Cooker XL is the amazing, one-button kitchen miracle that lets you prepare perfectly cooked, mouthwatering meals for your entire family— 70% faster than conventional ovens!
8 Quart Deluxe
The secret is the Power Pressure Cooker XL’s air-tight lid. It locks into place, trapping super-heated steam inside. The hyper-pressurized environment forces liquid and moisture into your food, locking in loads of intense flavor and essential nutrients.
One-touch technology means all you have to do is press one of the pre-set buttons. Your family’s favorite homemade meals cook to perfection quickly and easily. All in one pot!
One Touch Cooking
Pressure Cooker, Canner, Soup Maker, Slow Cooker, Cookware,Steamer, and Rice Cooker.
Power Pressure Cooker Xl
- 6 Quart- 13"H X 13" W X 11.5" D
- 8 Quart- 14" HX 12" W X 14.5" D
- 8 Quart Deluxe - 14" HX 12" W X 14.5" D
- 10 Quart- 16" H X 14.5 " W X 13.5" D
The Secret of Power Cooking
Power Pressure Cooker XL Features
Thanks to its incredible flavor infusion technology, the Power Pressure Cooker XL traps super-heated steam inside the pot. This high-pressure environment forces liquid and moisture into your food, locking in intense flavor and nutrients. The best part is the intelligent one-touch settings for meat, fish, vegetables, beans, rice, soup or stews. Making your special beef stew pressure cooker recipes? Just push the Stew button, and the pressure cooker does the rest!
- Steam Release Valve
- Large Arm Handle
- Stainless Steel Housing
- Non Stick Inner Pot
- Digital Display
- One Touch Preset Buttons
- Safe Lock Lid
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This item Power Pressure Cooker XL 6 Quart - Silver
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|Item Dimensions||14 x 12.5 x 12.5 in||13.31 x 14.84 x 14.17 in||12.6 x 10.2 x 11.8 in||12.2 x 12.2 x 13.2 in||15.3 x 15 x 15 in||13 x 11.5 x 13 in|
|Material Type||Aluminum||18/8 Steel||stainless steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless steel, Plastic, Non-Stick Inner Pot|
|Size||6 Quart||8 Quart||6 Quart||13.2"x 12.2" dia.||8 quart||6 Quarts|
|Wattage||1,000 watts||1,200 watts||—||1,000 watts||1,200 watts||—|
Prepare your favorite slow-cooked recipes 70% faster and make one-pot meals with a mere touch of a button with the Power Pressure Cooker XL. Features flavor infusion technology to lock in flavor and nutrients for delicious and healthy cooking results. Ideal for canning fruits, vegetables, and more. Features: 1-touch preset buttons, nonstick and dishwasher safe inner pot, safe lock lid with manual steam release, digital display panel, automatic keep warm mode, and built-in safety features. Capacity: 6 qt, Size. Holds 4 pt Wide Mouth Jars. Stainless Steel. Color: Silver/Black FAQs: What is the capacity of the Pressure Cooker? Both 6 quart and 8 quart units are available. The Power Pressure Cooker XL comes in either 6 quart or 8 quart.
Top customer reviews
That being said, I noticed a lot of negative feedback about the customer service at the Power Pressure Cooker company. That worried me, as I had just placed my order. I read one woman's review that she went and bought hers at Bed, Bath and Beyond for the same price, so I cancelled my order and just went and picked one up at my local BBB last night. I already roasted a chicken in it and I love it!
The directions are there, just very small in the users manual. They ask you to, essentially, "season" the pot and the rubber gasket by filling it with water 2/3 full and setting it to the canning setting. I did that and I'll admit I was a little worried about how long it took to reach the pressurized point. (The instructions said it could take up to 17 minutes, but it was more like 25) for this first time out. It finally completed the canning cycle and I left it alone until this morning.
Eager to try it, I got up about 30 minutes earlier than normal; I decided to roast a chicken. I used a 4 lb whole chicken but followed the instructions in the cookbook for the 3 - 2lb chickens. I put the oil in the pot, hit the Chicken/Meat button, seasoned the chicken and by the time I put the chicken in to brown it, it was sizzling. It took about 5 minutes to brown the bird. Then cancelled the Chicken/Meat program and, even though it didn't say to do so, I added about a 1/2 cup of water because I wanted a little extra stock to make soup later. Put the lid on, pushed the Soup/Stew button and adjusted the time to 30 minutes. I waited a few minutes to see how long it took to pressurize and with the food in there, it was just a matter of a couple of minutes. I left to get ready for work and when I came back 40 minutes later, it was on the Keep Warm setting. I made sure all air was released and opened the lid. The smell that hit me was amazing. And, just like on the commercial, the chicken literally fell off the bone. So tender and juicy and full of flavor! I can hardly wait for lunch. Tonight I'm testing out the canning feature and am going to can some chicken soup (that I'm making from the chicken and stock I made this a.m.) so my hubby can have homemade chicken stew for work. Tomorrow... chuck roast. I think this will just take a little trial and error. There are very few recipes in the booklet, but there are lots online. If you can, I suggest buying from a local store or Amazon; when I called to cancel the order with Power Pressure Cooker I could really see what all the complaints were about. They were very pushy and what should have been an easy 1 - 2 minute phone call took about 7 minutes. I really recommend this cooker as I can see how much simpler it's going to make things. I mean heck, I roasted a chicken before work with virtually no clean up other than the pot!
UPDATE - after using for a while: STILL AWESOME. So far have made the Mac and Cheese (to die for!) a pork roast with honey Dijon sauce, whole chicken, steak... yes, a steak, and a beef pot roast. All came out better than I could have hoped for. I will admit it was strange to cook a rib eye in liquid in a pressure cooker, and I probably won't do it again with an expensive cut, but the flavor of my spices was deep into the middle... very good. I have nothing but good to say about this unit.
Whenever asked, they claim that this is a stainless steel pot. Well- the outside of it is. But the inside, which comes in contact with your food- is not. The inner pot is a very lightweight teflon coated pot. I don't want teflon. Would rather have stainless steel. The upper lid appears to be aluminum. Both teflon and aluminum have negative effects on our bodies.
In addition, the floating vent ( not the release vent, but the vent inside the handle) fell out after one month's use and no matter how hard my husband and I tried, we could not get it to stay in. So instead of being a pressure cooker, all of the steam was released out of the hole in the handle. The liquid inside thus evaporated. Food burned and the meat got tough. I threw it out a few days ago, got an Instant Pot, which is clearly more solidly made. The inner pot and the inner lid are both made of stainless steel in the Instant Pot. I will say, however, that I do find the Instant Pot more complicated to work. So there you have it, my views of the two pots. I will say this, though. I will never, ever be without an electric pressure cooker from now on because the food tastes so great!