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Drew 06-01-2018 10:05

Instant Pot.
 
I have read quite a bit about these pots recently, just wondering if any of our members have tried one?

Last night I had a look on Amazon 79.99 (Currently unavailable) later on Joyce commented that Amazon had them? (Orion)? 850.53

Exactly the same one.

Pudsey_Bear 06-01-2018 10:17

Ha Ha Ha, had me going there, neat title.

Mrplodd 06-01-2018 13:24

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Andy

Drew 06-01-2018 14:18

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Drew

barryd 06-01-2018 14:24

Did anyone else get excited about this thread title but are now disappointed? :(

Drew 06-01-2018 14:37

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The newspapers have been full of this electric "Pressure Cooker" for weeks. I thought someone somewhere would have bought one.

Cost from Amazon is around 79.99.

Mrplodd 06-01-2018 17:34

Ah! Ha!

NOW I understand, I didn’t realise the term “Instant pot” was being applied to what is basically an electric pressure cooker.

Andy

bilbaoman 06-01-2018 18:43

Appliance Direct do a 7 function 6 litre pressure cooker for 45GBP had one for2 years and works perfectly.I only paid 30GBP because it was an umused display model.:laugh:

ob1 06-01-2018 18:47

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Originally Posted by bilbaoman (Post 2813314)
Appliance Direct do a 7 function 6 litre pressure cooker for 45GBP had one for2 years and works perfectly.I only paid 30GBP because it was an umused display model.:laugh:


Do they do a grumpy version? >:)

Ron

HermanHymer 06-01-2018 18:51

I've had an AEG version of such a pot for some time. Cost me R699 (i.e 30-ish). It's very good - does low pressure, high pressure, brown, saute, simmer and keep warm. Great for oxtail, soup, stew, beans, mince, anything that you'd use a slow cooker for, except it's the opposite. Recommended, although I'd stick to a known brand name as you might need spares, e.g. new lid seal. My last pressure cooker, a stove top one, I had for more than 30 years. Now it gets used as a regular BIG pot for cooking hams, pasta, etc etc. without pressure of course.


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