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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by pacey, Dec 18, 2017.
Anyone have one and what should I make with it?
That looks good. What size do you have? Wife thinks she may need the larger one after talking to her friend.
A quick google search makes this thing seem amazing. I didn't know I needed one of these.
She don't cook
I made this last night and recommend it. I have food for days.
Told my parents to get me one if they needed any Christmas gift ideas - between that & the Anova sous vide I bought on Cyber Monday, I’m gonna be cooking all kinds of good stuff soon.
Yes hello, we just got an instapot- here for the recipes
i thought this was about easy ways to get pot.
Move to a good state
Asked for a simple slow cooker for Christmas. Hadn't heard of this versatile wonder machine called an Instapot. Now Christmas is ruined. Thanks.
that's harsh but he needs to learn
J. Kenji is the GOAT
This thread keeps delivering Ws.
Instapot is awesome. Wife and I use it all the time. Such a time saver and pretty easy.
i used mine last night to make beef stew for the week
and then last week i used it to make chicken tortilla soup
yeah. this may save my ass for the Anniversary.
can you make rice in this? not a deal breaker if not.
For some reason it grinds my gears to have the Instant Pot be called the 'instapot'. Then again I'm a pretty nasty cunt.
Hey man, relax. You're not that pretty.
Yes and it's pretty easy too.
Purchased one for the wife yesterday. She says it also can do air frying? Is that correct?
It can make rice
I bought an instapot and instantly returned it
Can’t beat a good roast, potatos, and carrots.
Will most crockpot recipes work in one of these?
They also function as regular crock pots so yes. Pressure cooking instead of slow cooking is an option with these that will accelerate most recipes if you're looking to yeah
i see 6n1, 7n1, 9n1, & 10n1 all listed on Amazon
whats the differences?
Extra random features once you get past 6 in 1 you add like yogurt maker, egg cooker, sterilizer. Not sure what 10 is. I have a 7 but I've never used the yogurt maker
I've only used pressure, slow cooker, rice cooker, saute. But I'm sure the other capabilities work just as well
If you pressure cook a recipe meant for a crockpot (ex: Mississippi Roast), will it still be as tasty as the crockpot version?
Yeah that's totally doable. It'd just be important to find someone to point to you towards the right amount of time for the consistency you desire. I use it to make serious complicated Dutch oven versions of short ribs and they're like 90% of the quality.
Wife got one of these on black Friday and she has been a cooking machine with it.
It was supposed to be an Xmas gift from me to her but she found a great deal and bought it. Which is good...but still need to buy her a replacement gift.
Do yall have an anova or a joule? Another awesome kitchen tool that shed probably enjoy
Do you all quick release or natural release?
Says she will if she gets one.
So this is a rebranding of the pressure cooker?
That's what she said. Getting kinda personal don't you think?
Just did a quick glance on the posts ITT to figure out what an Instapot is, and it seems it’s just a pressure cooker.
Is there more to this thing?
Yeah. It does lots of stuff.
An appliance for an anniversary is rolling the dice. You sir are a gambler.
It’s like a pressure cooker crock pot
Have you seen what this thing is capable of?
Love my Instapot. Use it mostly for cooking under pressure. My go to is a red wine roast. Takes about 90 total minutes for a 4-5 lb roast. When done, just pulls apart. Have also made mac and cheese and rice pudding and a few other dishes. Have yet to be disappointed.