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An Instant Pot is a Canadian design pressure cooker that has a number of uses and is known for being dependable, convenient and safe to use. It is eminently suitable for people who lead fast-paced lives that have little time for working in the kitchen and produces healthy food while being environmentally friendly in its use.
The thing that is great about Instant Pot is that it produces cooked food 70 percent faster than other devices that are available in kitchens. All controls require a single touch and it has a memory that remembers how you cook and will automatically suggest settings the next time you use it, depending on your previous history of use. The pot used for cooking is made of stainless steel and is thus free of any chemical coatings that can wear out over time.
An Instant Pot is basically a cooker that can work as a slow cooker, as a pressure cooker, steamer, yogurt maker, rice cooker, a pan for browning or to saute, or as just a warming pot. It is thus an appliance that can do the jobs that would otherwise require seven different appliances that most kitchens have. Pressure cooking is a technique that uses pressure while cooking and helps the food to retain its natural taste, nutrients, and texture. The meals cooked in this device will be healthy and safe, and gives you a meal in a much faster time, compared to the traditional methods of cooking.
An Instant Pot will have a particular capacity, which is clearly marked by a maximum fill line that must not be crossed. Overfilling an Instant Pot could result in the venting knob being clogged and result in major problems with the cooked meal. This kitchen device does have a number of safety features that can greatly reduce the chances of the pot exploding. The pressure inside the pot leads to temperatures greatly above the boiling point of liquids, and different pressure settings are a feature of these pots that allow you to choose the pressure you require. Low-pressure settings (5.5 to 7) will give temperatures of 229 degrees Fahrenheit to 233 degrees, while high-pressure settings (10to 12) will take these temperatures to the 239 to 245 range. The normal boiling temperature of the water is 212 degrees Fahrenheit.
At 12 psi, meat and vegetable fibers break down at a fast rate and speed up the time of cooking. Most recipes used in pressure cookers suggest the high-pressure settings. You can use low-pressure settings to boil eggs, while some fish and vegetable recipes may also turn out better at low-pressure settings in the Instant Pot. There are 10 built-in programs in this cooker with three adjustable modes. A number of other suggested temperatures for browning, thickening, and slow cooking give it a tremendous diversity of use.
Instant Pots are available in a number of models of different capacities and range of programs, and it is slowly becoming the appliance that has become almost an essential part of a modern kitchen. Its easy availability is adding to its popularity.