Having an Instant Pot Pressure Cooker is your first step to the most delicius home made foods. Here is a list of things to have in mind before you start to be a great cook
But before to start to realize the differents ways to use the instant pot pressure cooker, just let us resume
What is the Instant pot Pressure Cooker?
The Instant Pot is the number one multi cooker device that can perform the exact same job of seven different kitchen appliances or tools. Can be used to work as a slow cooker, electric pressure cooker, rice cooker, steamer, yogurt maker, sauté/browning pan, and warming pot. It’s a single appliance that does the job of seven different kitchen appliances or tools.
Instant Pot is the latest 3rd Generation Programmable Pressure Cooker designed by Canadians with the objectives of being Safe, Convenient and Dependable. It speeds up cooking by 2~6 times using up to 70% less energy, and, above all, produces nutritious healthy food in a convenient and consistent fashion.
If you live a fast-paced, health-oriented and green-conscious life style, Instant Pot is designed specifically for you.
With multiple sensors along with a microprocessor, Instant Pot is definitely a smart multi-cooker, able to completely replace your other appliances and work as a pressure cook, slow cooker, rice cooker/porridge maker and so much more. Above all, Instant Pot cooks foods quicker with much less energy while keeping more nutrients.
Instant Pot Buttons
Sauté Function Button
Use this button to sauté in the pressure cooking pot with the lid off. You can also press Sauté and the Adjust button once (more) for browning. Press Sauté and the Adjust button twice (less) to simmer.
Keep Warm or Cancel Button
Use this button to cancel a function or turn off your pressure cooker. On the Smart model, you can also use the Adjust button to reduce or increase the keep the temperature warm from 145° (normal) to 133° (less) and 167° (more).
The Manual is an all purpose button. Use this button in case a recipe says to pressure cook on high pressure for a specific number of minutes. Use the “+” and “-” buttons to increase or decrease the cooking time. Newer Instant Pots now have a Pressure Cook button instead of the manual button.
Pre Set Buttons
Press soup and the Adjust button once (more) to cook for 40 minutes. Press soup and the Adjust button twice (less) to cook for 20. High pressure 30 minute cook time.
Meat – Stew
High pressure 35 minute cook time. Adjusted to more – 45 minute cook time; adjusted to less – 20 minute cook time.
Bean – Chili
High pressure 30 minute cook time. Adjusted to more – 40 minute cook time; adjusted to less – 25 minute cook time.
Cooks on low pressure and is the only fully automatic program. It’s for cooking white rices and will adjust the cooking time depending on the amount of water and rice in the cooking pot.
High pressure 20 minute cook time. Adjusted to more – 30 minute cook time; adjusted to less 15 – a minute cook time.
High pressure 15 minute cook time. Adjusted to more – 30 minute cook time; adjusted to less – 5 minute cook time.
High pressure 10 minute cook time. Adjusted to more – 15 minute cook time; adjusted to less – 3 minute cook time. Use this function with a rack or steamer basket because it heats at full power continuously while it’s coming to pressure and you don’t want food in direct contact with the bottom of the pressure cooking pot. Once it reaches pressure, the steam button regulates pressure by cycling on and off similar to the other pressure buttons.
High pressure 40 minute cook time. Adjusted to less – 20 minutes cook time. Adjusted to more – 45 minutes warm water soaking time and 60 minutes pressure cooking time.
- You adjust the cook time using preset buttons and the “+” and “-” buttons. You can also use the Pressure button to adjust the presets to low pressure.
- All of the Instant Pot Duo and Smart pressure cooking presets use high pressure except the rice function, which uses low pressure.
Defaults to a 4 hour slow cook time. Use the adjust button to slow cook on low (190-201°F), normal (194-205°F ) or high (199-210°F). Use the “+” and “-” buttons to increase or decrease the cooking time
To switch between low and high pressure.
For making yogurt in the pot or in individual jars.
To delayed cooking. You need to select a cooking function first, make any adjustments, then press the timer button and adjust with the “+” and “-” buttons.
Instant Pot Recipes
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