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Power Cooker 6-Quart Pressure Cooker manual

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Power Cooker 6-Quart Pressure Cooker User Guide

Power Cooker 6-Quart Pressure Cooker User Guide

  • See the owner’s manual for complete instructions and important safety information before using this product.
Step 1 Place Inner Pot into the unit.
Step 2 Add Ingredients.
Step 3 Place Lid on Cooker with Handle and Recessed Valve pointed to the “1:00 o’clock” position.
Rotate Lid counter-clockwise until you feel a click.
Step 4 Toggle Pressure Valve switch to the CLOSE position.
Step 5 Follow your recipe for the correct cook time.
Step 6 For easiest cleanup, wash Power Cooker parts immediately after cooking. Place dishwasher-safe parts on the top rack only.

NOTE: The Power Cooker will take 15 – 17 minutes to pressurize before it starts to cook.

Wash All Components Before First Use

Digital Control Panel

The Power Cooker has up to eight basic cooking modes that may be used alone or in combination to produce an infinite variety of results. The Quick Start Guide supplied with this unit provides Step-By-Step instructions.

WHEN THE UNIT IS FIRST PLUGGED IN, 0000 will appear on the LED Display. When a cooking process is selected, such as COOK, the default time will blink 5 times. Then rotating double zeros may appear on the left side of the screen to signify it is building pressure. Once pressure is built, the zeros will stop rotating and begin counting down the time. It will beep, the LED Display will be blank, and enter KEEP WARM mode once the time has expired until canceled.
NOTE: go to page 10 of the manual for complete control information.


15 minutes 70 1 – 30 minutes
6 hours 1 – 12 hours
30 minutes 70 1 – 50 minutes
10 minutes 80 1 – 120 minutes
10 minutes 70 1 – 30 minutes
20 minutes 1 – 20 minutes
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COOK TIME Button — You can change the Default Time when pressing the button.
DELAY TIME Button — Your meal will cook at a later time pressing the button from 30 minutes to 24 hours in 30-minute increments.
KEEP WARM / CANCEL Button — While the unit is in a cooking cycle pressing the button will stop the cooking cycle.


Is 6 qt pressure cooker big enough?

Families of 3 to 5 people – the 6 qt. is the most popular size of Instant Pot and is a good fit for most families. Smaller families who like having leftovers and easy meals for the next day.

What size pressure cooker do I need for a family of 5?

5 to 7 Quarts – This is very much the standard size when it comes to pressure cookers. You’re provided with more flexibility in terms of the types of meals you can cook fully within the appliance, and can look to serve anywhere between 3-5 people with a single use

What does P mean on pressure cooker?

Icon of a pot with the letter P means pressure cooking is in progress. Keep Warm. Icon of a thermometer means Keep Warm mode is on.

Can pressure cooker be used as slow cooker?

Can a pressure cooker be used as a crockpot? Yes, you can use a pressure cooker like a crockpot. However, the food cooks differently than what it does inside of a crockpot. You don’t get as much heat distribution with a pressure cooker because it cooks the food with the steam trapped inside.

What’s the best pressure cooker?

Best electric pressure cooker overall: Instant Pot Pro Plus, 6-Quart. …
Best budget electric pressure cooker: Instant Pot Duo 7-in-1 8-Quart. …
Best splurge electric pressure cooker: Breville Fast Slow Pro, 6.3-Quart. …
Best stovetop pressure cooker: Kuhn Rikon Duromatic pressure cooker, 8.5-Quart.

Which type of lid is better in pressure cooker?

In general the large size pressure cooker use outer lids and small cookers sizes make use of inner lids. It is considered as that inner lid types are safer compared to outer lid as they employ extra lock in mechanism to hold the build up the extra pressure.

Is a bigger pressure cooker better?

We recommend getting the smallest pressure cooker to fit your needs because a bigger the pressure cooker will take longer to reach pressure, will need more liquid to get there and it will be bulky to both clean and store.

Can a pressure cooker be too big?

So as long as you have that much liquid in there, you can safely pressure cook any amount of food, large or small. If you’re not pressure cooking, you don’t have to follow the minimum liquid rule. And please keep in mind that because of the extra space, it may take a little longer to pressurize.

What is a normal size pressure cooker?

6 quarts is the most popular pressure cooker capacity. With that said, you have 4-quart, 6-quart, 8-quart, 10-quart, and 12-quart as the most common pressure cookers.

How long do you cook meat in a pressure cooker?

Add 1 1/2 cups of liquid (water, stock, etc.). Cook for 20 minutes (per pound of meat) at high pressure for large chunks and 15 minutes (per pound of meat) for small chunks. Use a quick pressure release method.

Do you cover meat with liquid in pressure cooker?

While you may cover meat almost completely for a conventional braise, use just enough liquid for the cooker to reach pressure – during pressure cooking the meat will release it’s own juice and braise in that flavorful liquid, instead.

What does OH mean in a pressure cooker?

9. A “OH” symbol will appear indicating the cooker has entered the Keep Warm state. 10. Move the pressure release valve in order to release the pressure and then open the lid.

How do you know when a pressure cooker has reached pressure?

Once it reaches pressure the float valve will pop up, the Instant Pot will beep once, and the cook time will begin to count down from 5 minutes. You might notice hissing sounds and some steam escaping from the steam release valve or float valve hole while the pressure builds – this is normal.

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