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I have had my eye on one of these for a while and finally pulled the trigger as this is the first time I've seen it below $200.
Positive review from Serious Eats
Original 20% off Myer on eBay Deal Post
Good deal. Bought mine a while ago.
Perfect for Mexican / shredded beef. mmmmm tender.
How is the pressure cooking in this unit?
Really good at pressure cooking.
In my experience:
Do not overfill liquid past Max line in the bowl.
Just ensure the rubber seal is properly in before closing up & steam release valve in the correct position before beginning a pressure cook session otherwise after preheating it will stop & tell you its not sealed properly. Then you are waiting for preheating all over again.
Factor in about half an hour before a pressure cook for preheating & pressure build.
Had one for a few years. It’s fantastic
Yep we got one after our non pro one died. Wife loves it more than she loves me
Great price and product. Have had mine for a few years. Love being able to switch between the slow cooker to the pressure cooker to finish a meal off.
I love these but got mine from Aldi for $60. Apart from the large screen it appears to have all the same features.
the breville or aldi version?
Great product I use it all the time
I have this one (after much research) and love it.
Have an older version. One of the better “multi-function” appliances that’s actually good at each of it’s functions. It’s very durable, just make sure you don’t use any metallic utensils or scourers with it otherwise you can damage the Teflon coating.
The bowl of this one is ceramic. We still avoid scratching it though.
Thats strange… Mine is metal…
Edit: Ah, so the bowl is metal but has a ceramic coating…! Best of both worlds!
Is it fast or slow?
Does anyone have any experiences using one of these for rice?
Ours gets used for Risotto a lot and it's great, but that's probably not the 'rice' you mean.
I'm sure it's fine for normal rice but we've got a old cheapie rice cooker that we use instead. Mostly because the pressure cooker is being used to cook the dish that the rice would accompany.
For white rice, it works but the result is pretty mediocre. A rice cooker or ordinary saucepan will make fluffier tastier rice.
It's great for brown rice though. Also quinoa.
Those that have one already - would love to hear your favourite recipes!
My favourite recipe goes - sizzle for around 5 minutes - then bubble bubble for about 60 minutes - then a long hiss at the end for about 30 seconds.
BBQ pork ribs, Korean short beef ribs, pulled pork, all the soups - particularly those with beef chunks in them as it goes super tender, chilli.
Just bought one - there's a great page on FB that i've been following with recipes: https://www.facebook.com/SlowCookerRecipeTips/ but i'd love to hear any here as well :-)
Pressure cook or slow cook either turns out great : chicken or beef curries, pea & ham soup, beef & bean stew, lamb shanks, shin on the bone & vege soup, pulled pork, beef brisket.
Does anyone that owns them find them hard to clean, and do they keep the odours in the unit after cleaning
Very easy to clean. The whole top comes off. Rubber seal is easy to remove and clean.
The pot is also light and very easy to wipe clean.
I'm not sure if the top itself is dishwasher safe (I just wash it under the tap) but we put the rubber seal in the dishwasher. Easy to clean.
Usually put the whole lid detached & rubber seal in the dishwasher top rack. The bowl often retains some of the previous cook's smell but never been too bad. Warranty with them are amazing if you ever had any problems.
I have this one. It's the bomb.
Highly recommend it.
I probably won't use that to describe a pressure cooker! :)
anyone know the cheapest price this machine has ever been?
Myer had a 40% "home items" a few weeks ago - didn't know anything about slow/pressure cookers back then but have steadily been doing research since then and just waiting for a bargain for a decent product to come along.
comments seem to be positive so far.
I have been looking at this for a couple of years and have never seen it cheaper. Searching Ozbargain found no cheaper deals either.
Had mine for about 3 years. Can't fault it. I did pour gravy into the unit without the pot once…. Didn't worry it. Smelt like gravy everytime I turned it on so can't complain.
Awesome, been waiting for a deal on these for ages. Cheers!
Can anyone please let me know how it compares to the Philips HD2237/72? Is the Breville a better appliance?
You can also get the HD2237/72 for $143.20 with the above code through Myer here https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Philips-All-In-One-Cooker-Silver...
I have the HD2137/72 which is a great unit.
The Breville is better and has more features (adjustable temp/pressure etc.) but the Philips works well for the price. This is a killer price for the Breville though (retail is $369, street $299).
Thank you! Pulled the trigger on the Breville.
Wow this is cheap!
Does it have Bluetooth?
No Bluetooth function
Have one since 2016, going strong but the teflon coating on mine has scratched after putting through dishwasher
Is the pot teflon or ceramic coated? How strong is it for cooking meat with bone which sometimes is sharp?
Ceramic coating. I couldn't tell you about bones though sorry
Can anyone help me with the CODE?
I'm trying to buy it but when typing the Coupon Code on eBay Checkout, the discount does it apply :(
Just checked again and code works fine. Have you used it more than 3 times already?
Fantastic pricevand product. Paid 240 a year ago
Can anyone comment on how this compares to the Tefal Cook4me+? Is this the better unit?
When changing between modes ie sear to slow cook, can it be done automatically or do you need to physically press the buttons/knobs?
From my understanding you need to change it manually. The only automated feature is the auto steam release.
This or Tefal Cook4me?
This is industry standard :)
Also available again right now on the ebay page at $199
Finally pulled the trigger on one of these. Thanks OP!
Bought one Thanks.