Instant Pot Max 9-in-1 Electric Pressure Cooker, Slow Cooker, Rice Cooker, Steamer, Saute, Yogurt Maker, Sous Vide, Canning, and Warmer|6 Quart|8 One-Touch Programs
The Instant Pot max is a revolutionary multicooker featuring sustained 15 psi pressure cooking capability and nutritious technology, further speeding up the cooking process, while using up to 70% less energy. Above all, it produces nutritious, healthy and tasty dishes in a convenient and consistent manner. offering the industry highest sustained working pressure at 15
The Instant Pot max is a revolutionary multicooker featuring sustained 15 psi pressure cooking capability and nutritious technology, further speeding up the cooking process, while using up to 70% less energy. Above all, it produces nutritious, healthy and tasty dishes in a convenient and consistent manner. offering the industry highest sustained working pressure at 15 psi. Historically, this pressure level was only achieved by stovetop pressure cookers. The 15 PSI pressure will not only cook food faster, it will allow you to do home pressure canning. Positioned to be the industry first USDA approved electric pressure cooker for home canning. designed with a touch screen interface. The touch screen’s intuitive interface makes programming seamless. Real-time temperature and cooking displays the cooking progress of your dish at a glance.
- Sustained 15psi, not only cooks food faster, you can now do home pressure canning;
- Large touch screen makes programming seamless, you can set time, temperature, pressure level, delay start and Warm;
- Nutriboost technology works by creating a boiling motion during pressure cook to break down food, adding nutrition, flavor, and taste to soups and bone broth;
- Altitude adjustment, eliminates the guesswork from your recipe conversion to provide a more precise cooking time;
- Ul certified with 13 safety features, new automated venting and lid-lock and more. Accurate temperature control within +/- 1°C or 1. 8 °F allows for sous vide cooking
- A new-brushed stainless steel exterior body, stainless steel interior cooker and inner pot made from food grade 304 stainless steel;
- Packaging and all inserts are produced from 100% recyclable materials.
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Save your money. Actually worse than the Ultra. This product was obviously rushed to market too fast. It takes longer to heat up than the Ultra. The manual refers to modes that arenât available, or arenât documented. For example, thereâs a âriceâ mode, but there is nothing in the manual that describes how it works, how to use it, or what it does. When I asked Instant Potâs customer service for an explanation, they said to just use the Pressure Cook mode instead. And the recipe book thatâs bundled only has recipes for the other Instant…
No programmed natural pressure release? Why? Not worth it. 1. The main reason I LOVE Instant Pot (IP) and pressure/slow cooking methods is because it allows me to “set and forget” 80% of the cooking process. The 20% is left for preparations and post-process.Most IP recipes use either QPR (quick pressure release) at the end or NPR (natural pressure release). This can be a BIG DEAL depending on what you cook, because foods like rice may become mushy and disguising if pressure is released naturally (meaning, longer than necessary)…
Bring joy back to cooking on a schedule. ( new update) Have used twice now! Made Beef Stroganoff in under 45 mins with preparation. And tonight made a 2lbs Eye Rost with Carrots and Potatoes in less then 2hr with preparation. The BEST thing was it tasted like it had cooked all night. Rost just fell apart. I would recomend the max if you dont own one to start with just because of the automatic steam release way more safe the the other that you have to release by hand; no more steam burns. But if you already own one not sure it would be woth the…