Very nice!! Buttons very well marked. Easy directions. Great recipe book. I didn't get the small kitchen gloves to pull out inner, but all the other accessories were there.
The Pioneer Woman Instant Pot LUX60 6 Qt Vintage Floral 6-in-1 Multi-Use Programmable Pressure Cooker, Slow Cooker, Rice Cooker, Sauté, Steamer, and Warmer
- Addpowered by Allstate
- Works as a Pressure Cooker, Slow Cooker, Rice Cooker, Steamer, Saute/Browning and Warmer
- Micro-processor controls 12 programs: Soup, Meat/Stew, Cake, Egg, Saute, Steam, Rice, Porridge, Pressure Cook, Keep Warm, Multigrain and Slow Cook
- 3-ply bottom 18/8 food-grade 304 stainless steel inner pot is dishwasher safe and eliminates health concerns regarding non-stick coating
- 3 temperature settings for saute and slow cooker functions, 24-hour delayed start timer, virtually silent with no heat or steam emitted during cooking
About This Item
Instant Pot Pioneer Woman LUX60 Vintage Floral 6 Qt 6-in-1 Multi-Use Programmable Pressure Cooker, Slow Cooker, Rice Cooker, Saute, Steamer, and Warmer:
- Cooks many foods including cheesecake, eggs and vegetables
- Stainless-steel lid
- Food-grade stainless-steel cooking pot and steam rack with no chemical coatings
- Lid, inner pot and rack are dishwasher safe
- Easy one-touch controls
- Up to 24 hour start delay
- Automatic Keep Warm up to 10 hours
- Virtually silent with no heat or steam emitted during cooking
- 6-in-1 programmable pressure cooker stores and remembers previous settings
Iâve had this instant pot for several weeks now and I love it! It looks great which is a plus since I have no room for it in my cabinets so itâs on my counter top. I use it most nights for dinner because it is so easy to cook with and thereâs only one pot to wash! I was a little late to the instant pot game but Iâm so glad I finally got one. Iâve had no issues with mine, but I will definitely order more sealing rings as they do hold odor
Great for everything.
I bought this from walmart a year ago and wanted to test this completely before I reviewed. This product is wonderful. It works for stews, meatballs, and even desserts. My favorite is making brownies in it. Who could think you can make desserts in an instant pot? The buttons are still good and easy to read. With proper care, this product will last! The design is beautiful. This product is worth the spurge.
Pioneer Woman had to be different.
I have enjoyed my original Instant Pot so much, that when I did my kitchen over in Pioneer Woman decor, I jumped at getting a pretty IP that matched. It works well, but I guess Pioneer Woman just had to be different, the controls look to be the same at first glance but is not. There is a slight learning curve as for the controls, it doesn't have the obvious pressure cooking choices. All cooking has to be picked from the pre-programmed modes. The time can be adjusted and level of cooking (low, medium, high) can be adjusted...if you do it quickly. You have about 10 seconds to set all the controls before it just pops in to default and starts cooking. The vent seal for some stupid reason has three positions, have to be very diligent on setting it. You can turn it off and start the controls over again, so not entirely stuck. Also, of course Walmart only gave me one option of color for the IP, yet there were more choices in the store a week later. Walmart has changed their return policy and I decided to just keep the IP that came as opposed to trying to deal with them over an online purchase.
Skeptical of inner pot's quality of materials
I read through all the instruction booklets. A close read--there are no specific instructions on how to close the lid properly. By trial and error, I figured it out AFTER it worked with lid on incorrectly. (When on correctly, the steam valve opposite the control panel). I did the 2 minute 'start up' procedure after carefully washing the interior of the pot with soap and water. Upon opening the pot after this test run, I was disgusted to see the inside rim of the pot with an accumulation of fuzzy looking 'gunk' in the water. I wish I took a picture of it. The accompanying picture is the dish towel I wiped it out with--the gunk is the black spots on the towel. Additionally, the bottom of the pot 'pitted' with white spots that I am unable to remove. After making hard boiled eggs with it, there was even more pitting in the pot--shown in pictures-there is a lot of glare but the white spots you see are permanent. Two uses--only one actually using it for it's intended purpose (with NO food actually touching the pot--only water each time) and the interior does not give me comfort that it is not made of defective (possibly leaching?) materials. Why would it pit like it has? No matter how I clean it, it doesn't look clean. Not good. I will say that it did make hard boiled eggs far easier than the usual sauce pan/boil method.....and they peeled incredibly easily. I'm giving it 3 stars for the combined ease of cooking and pitted pot interior.
Not Happy with my Instant Pot at all.
very upset with this first I cannot use the manual button it does not work and I have a different result each time I use it. For example hard boiled eggs the first time I made them they came out perfect now they come out under cooked every time even if I add a minute.
I finally broke down and bought one of these. Honestly, I only picked the PW one because it was the color on sale. I followed the set up, did the test run to make sure it seals, followed the recipe exactly, and ended up with a partially cooked piece of meat. I tried the hard boiled eggs and ended up with raw middles. I have tried several different things and I am left hating this appliance. A friend of mine who loves hers tried to help me and said it appears to seal correctly, releases steam correctly, everything appears to seal, sound, and work just like hers. She couldn't figure it out. I will stick to my crock pot and try to pawn this thing off on someone else.
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