Instant Pot Review


Instant Pot Review

Instant PotInstant Pot Review
Gifted by: Instant Pot
Reviewed by Arielle Matlin, Editor,

The Instant Pot is one of the most innovative, programmable pressure cookers out there. To even call it a pressure cooker is to undersell what it can truly do. The machine is designed to be used as a pressure cooker, slow cooker, rice cooker, and yogurt maker. It can also saute, as well as warm up food; basically this machine can do everything!


The machine is designed with the user in mind. In addition to buttons for the method of cooking, there are buttons to tell the machine what you are cooking. For instance, if you are using the machine to pressure cook a soup, you can set it to soup and the machine will adjust pressure and temperature of the machine for how soups cook. Another great function of the machine is the ability to delay start a meal up to 24 hours. This makes it easy to have dinner finished cooking and ready to eat right when you get home.


We used the Instant Pot to make one of our favorite slow cooker recipes. Setting the machine was simple. We simply placed the ingredients in the pot, sealed the top, pressed the slow cook key, and set the cooking time. It was nice to use as a slow cooker because there were multiple temperatures to choose from.


The machine comes with a recipe booklet filled with delicious looking recipes. They cover everything from making soups in the machine to even making a cake using the Instant Pot! The booklet also includes a helpful cooking times chart for knowing how long all kinds of meat and vegetables will take to cook in the pressure cooker.


The Instant Pot is a revolutionary way of cooking. If you are short on time during the day or spend the day working, then you need an Instant Pot to do the work of cooking for you. Use this machine to make some of the best meals you've ever tried.

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I am afraid of pressure cookers. I know it is stupid. I think the fear is from the 50's and I am guessing things are improved now. This one does it all and being that my cabinet space is limited this would free up my rice cooker and crock pot which has 3 inserts. Has anyone tried this out?

It is a 6-quart pot. Sorry for not being more specific in our review. Good luck if you enter! -Editor,

i also wondered about the size... 6 quart?

How big is it? How many quarts does it hold ?


Have you tried this recipe? What did you think?


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