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Instant Pot Duo Gourmet 9 in 1 Multi-use Pressure Cooker 5.7L $149.98 Delivered ($139.99 In-store) @ Costco (Membership Req)


In store for $139.99 according to catalogue.

The Instant Pot Duo Gourmet is a powerhouse multi-cooker that does it all, fast! Easy to use, easy to clean, versatile and convenient, the Costco-exclusive Instant Pot Duo Gourmet replaces 9 kitchen appliances: electric pressure cooker, slow cooker, sous vide, rice cooker, steriliser, sauté pan, food warmer, porridge and yogurt maker. Its stainless steel 5.7 litre inner pot is perfect for meal prepping or cooking delicious meals for up to six people. The Instant Pot is designed to retain healthy nutrients and food flavours, while reducing typical cooking times and energy consumption by up to 70%. With 15 built-in smart programmes, you can prepare your favourite dishes with the press of a button. Redefine cooking and enjoy quick and easy meals anywhere, any time. The Instant Pot Duo Gourmet offers the quality, convenience and versatility you’ve come to expect from Instant – discover amazing.

Accessories included:
Steam rack with handles
Extra sealing ring
Measuring cup
Soup spoon
Rice paddle

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  • Anyone use this as a rice cooker? I read somewhere that a stainless steel inner pot makes a poor choice for rice cooker…

    • +1

      I have the 8l version. I have tried basmati rice and Red Parboiled rice.
      They seem to come out pretty well. As in, fluffy and not stuck together.

    • +1

      These things do make a decent “no stir” risotto.

      It is fine for doing rice, for us, but we aren’t that fussy.

  • How come pressure cookers never specify the pressure levels they operate at?

      • Thanks!

        It seems 15 PSI is the standard that recipes assume, but instant pot falls well below that for the average pressure …

        "Does Instant Pot cook your food constantly at 15psi? No, it’s in the range of 10.15~11.6 psi."

        • There are plenty of Instant Pot recipes on the net, if you are concerned about the difference in pressure.

          • @try2bhelpful: Hmm. You're right, of course, but it would seem that if you're going to pay that amount of money, I'd want a model that has the full recommended pressure. Otherwise it'll take longer at best, or not cook as well at worst.

            • @Grazz989: The beauty of Costco is you can buy something, try it out, and take it back if you don't like it; no questions asked.

              I use my Instantpot, quite a bit, including doing corned beef, soups, rice, stews, etc and I haven't seen this as a problem. It just depends on what you are looking for.

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