Breville® Pressure and Slow Cooker
MAKE IT SLOW
The Slow Cook feature is equivalent to the low setting on a slow cooker with the added benefit that you can also sear beforehand in the same cooking bowl to retain and intensify flavors.
MAKE IT FAST
Choose from two pressure settings to accommodate a wide variety of meals. High for fast cooking, medium for tender meats and low for delicate foods.
MAKE IT SAFELY
Three-way safety system features safety locking lid, steam release button and safety valve for pressure cooking.
- Enjoy tender meat in minutes using pressure
- Impart flavors for up to eight hours when slow cooking
- Included 6-quart nonstick removable cooking bowl
- Sauté onions, garlic, and much more
- Sear and brown meats before slow cooking and pressure-cooking
- Use what is the equivalent to a low setting on a slow cooker with the added benefit that you can also sear beforehand in the same cooking bowl to retain and intensify flavors
- Choose from two pressure settings to accommodate a wide variety of meals
- High for fast cooking, medium for tender meats and low for delicate foods
- Three-way safety system features safety locking lid, steam release button and safety valve
- Includes steamer basket to pressure steam vegetables or seafood in minutes, locking in nutrients
- Stainless steel trivet that raises food out of liquid for roasts and puddings on pressure cook or slow cook settings
- Manufacturer: Breville
- Model: BPR600XL
- Capacity: 6 qts.
- Warranty: One-year warranty
- Designed in Australia, assembled in China
Care & Usage Show
- Dishwasher-safe cooking bowl
What's In the box? Show
- Steamer basket
- Stainless steel
- Serving spoon
- Heat-resistant spatula
- Measuring cup
Questions & Answers
The pressure settings are as follows:
Low: 4.0-4.5 psi
Medium: 8.5-9.0 psi
High: 11.5-12.0 psi
How much is minimum quantity (in quarts) can i cook in this brevillie pressure cooker?
I'm comparing this machine to the Fagor 3 in one and Cuisinart Pressure/slow cooked.Can the Breville make rice and risotto?What adjustments could I make to make risotto in the Breville if at all? And is there a recipe/instruction book that goes along w/ it? I have never used a pressure cooked and am intimidated!!Thank you
If so, up to how long
I've tried using the pressure cooker twice using recipes in the booklet provided (risotto and bolognese). Both times there was too much liquid left in the bowl. I follow the directions to a "T"but think I must be doing something wrong. Any advice?I also used the cooked for a soup recipe that I have and it was perfect! I really want to love this product....
Please provide the Dimensions of the product.