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Power Pressure Cooker XL 8 Quart, Digital Non Stick Stainless Steel Steam Slow Cooker and Canner
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- One Touch Pre-Set Buttons/ Automatic Keep warm mode/ Slow Cooker option/ Flavor Infusion Technology/ Digital display
- Safe Lock Lid with Manual Steam release and large arm handle/ Non stick Inner Pot
- Replaces six common devices: Slow cooker, Canner, Soup Maker, Steamer, Cookware and Rice Cooker
- 8 QT Capacity Dimensions: 14" H x 12" W x 14.5" D
- Dishwasher Safe
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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.
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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.Read more ›
Everything seems to function normally as I expect that it would! I've read the instruction manual thoroughly, inside & out, just to make sure that I understood everything as thorough as possible.
At first, it can sound & look very intimidating to set up and use. But once you get past what might seem so complicated, you['ve already won half the battle!! I tested it with just plain water - pretending that I was cooking a roast in it or something. Once the water heated up and created enough steam to build up & maintain the cooking pressure, then the countdown timer starts counting down the minutes that you've programmed the unit to operated for whatever you are cooking inside the unit.
I'm going to do a pot roast with all the fixings in it tomorrow morning! It should be very good!
Ok, so I made the pot roast in the unit yesterday, and the meat came out fine! I browned and seared it right in the removable bowl, prior to sautÃ©ing the veggies a little. But don't be fooled by the infomercial when it says that the meat is done in 28 minutes. I found this info to be utterly false! It actually took about 90 minutes to cook & soften the meat to the point where you don't have to fight with the meat, saving all that hard work on your jaws!
After the meat was tender enough, I added the cut up potatoes, carrots & frozen green beans, put THEM under pressure for about 10 minutes
to avoid over cooking. Even though most or all of the cooking cycles have a preset time, you can lengthen the cooking time by adding additional minutes.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
We got this as a Christmas gift. We LOVE IT! We made a roast in under an hour and it was the tastiest roast I ever had. We made penne pasta. Read morePublished 3 hours ago by Amazon Customer
Love my power pressure cooker.Use it daily. Actually could use a couple more. The only fault I find with it is the inner pot needs to be made from more durable scratchproof... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Amazon Customer
Bought the 10 qt and its awesome. cook in quarter of the time. saves electricity, cooks great !!, I purchased the 8 qt for family @ xmas.Published 2 days ago by schmoe
It looks great on TV... but I tried it but when it says pick this and then push that.... it doesn't do anything... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Amazon Customer
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