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Breville® Pressure and Slow Cooker

Introducing one appliance that does both. Enjoy tender meat in minutes using pressure or impart flavors for up to eight hours when slow cooking, you decide. In the six-quart nonstick removable cooking bowl you can sauté onions, garlic, and much more...Read More

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Introducing one appliance that does both. Enjoy tender meat in minutes using pressure or impart flavors for up to eight hours when slow cooking, you decide. In the six-quart nonstick removable cooking bowl you can sauté onions, garlic, and much more, then sear and brown meats before slow cooking and pressure-cooking.

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.

Set includes a 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; serving spoon; heat-resistant spatula and measuring cup. One-year warranty. 6-qt. capacity.

Get the recipe for Mexican Pork Stew with Tomatillos »

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  • Manufacturer: Breville
  • Model: BPR600XL
  • Care: Dishwasher-safe cooking bowl
  • Capacity: 6 qts.
BENEFITS:
  • 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
  • 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
  • Serving spoon
  • Heat-resistant spatula and measuring cup
  • One-year warranty
  • Designed in Australia, assembled in China

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Customer Reviews

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Excited...then Disappointed
I pre-ordered my Fast Slow Cooker last month, highly anticipating its arrival at my home. The product instructions were clear and concise and assembly was simple. After that, the cooker is a little more complicated. The instructions state that the lid should secure effortlessly. It does not. I made sure that the silicon seal is seated properly, arrows align as indicated in the directions, no obstructions are occuring, etc. It tkaes a lot of strength to close the lid and doesn't alwayas seal the first or even second time. I'm extremely hesitant to use a pressure cooker that doesn't seal properly. I first contacted Breville customer service last weekend and they still don't seem to unsderstand that the lid is difficult to close. I have been able to secure the lid a couple of times without receiving error codes, and the cooker worked fine (slow/sear/pressure) after the 5-7 minutes of closing the lid. This product would be worth the money if it worked as advertised
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October 30, 2012
More than a pressure cooker
I have been wanting a pressure cooker, but when I saw that this also had a slow cooker option I was sold. I have only tried the pressure cooker portion thus far and everything went smoothly. The lid is easy to secure. The programing is intuitive. I used the saute/ sear function first and it cooked just like my stovetop would at medium high. One thing I really liked was that the timer on the pressure cooker doesn't start counting down until you hit the correct pressure level. So it ensures the proper cooking time. Overall I""m loving it. Can't wait to try out the slow cooker function later this week
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October 30, 2012
Busy life? You need this.
Dried beans in 15 mins and a 3 pound chicken in 20? Believe it! I am so happy to have this helper in the kitchen. It's intuitive and clean up is easy. I do recommend soaking the gasket in soapy water after use and storing the unit with the lid upside down, allowing air circulation. Really, that point isn't an issue so don't let it stop you from cutting your meal prep time in half or more. I'll never soak beans overnight again. Yay! Thank you, Sur La Table
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December 28, 2012
One Word - AWESOME!
This is the best kitchen equipment purchase I have made. I love it! You can saute the onions and whatever, throw the remaining ingredients in, lock the lid, set the time, and then it does the rest of the work. It cuts the time things have to cook more than half. I made a lentil stew in 9 minutes! I highly recommend this and think everyone should have one
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November 7, 2012
Awesome Results!
I was always afraid of pressure cookers, but this one convinced me they were great to use. Tried it out on a total St. Patrick's Day dinner including corned beef, cabbage, potatoes & carrots. The corned beef was absolutely the most tender we've ever had! Kudos to the people who designed this product. Only problem was that it took two people to secure and open the lid. I could not do it alone
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March 17, 2013
Loving it!
Setup was effortless. Heat levels were exactly as expected. I wish there were more recipes on line for this product.
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November 1, 2012
Very happy with my purchase
I have used the sear, slow cook and pressure cook functions. Love that I can brown the meat or saute without using a separate pan. I have not had a problem with food odors and the gasket. The instruction booklet tells you how to eliminate any odors
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January 8, 2013
Great quality
Love all the features. This high quality cooker should last a long time. Easy to use by someone who has always been afraid of pressure cookers. The instruction could contain more cooking instructions or recipes.
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January 9, 2013
Terrible odors retained
The silicone gasket on the lid retains food odors that cannot be removed. My cupboard reeks and no one at Breville has a solution. Very disappointed, on the verge of returning product
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November 25, 2012
way too complicated, do not recommend
this is a VERY complicated slow cooker. I have tried to use it twice and I've given up and gone back to my crock pot. The lid is a NIGHTMARE. There are different instructions for different cooking. for instance, the lid can be off for searing, but not for the slow cooker, which makes it difficult to taste or add ingredients. I do NOT recommend.
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December 31, 2014
 

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GOOD REVIEW
Alice T on Jun 25, 2015
Recommended by a friend.
David D on May 26, 2015
My mom used to use a pressure cooker growing up, and I want to cook healthy.
Susan K on Jun 17, 2015
customer had one already.
Theda L on May 13, 2015
How well does this pressure cook compared to a Fissler, Kuhn or Fagor
A shopper on Dec 9, 2013
Best Answer: It looks like the Fagor compares most closely to the Breville. The largest differences I see are the price point and the items included with the purchase, such as serving spoons and cookbooks. While the Breville and Fagor are very similar, both of them are very different from the Kuhn Rikon and Fissler cookers.Both the Fagor and the Breville cookers are electric, whereas the Kuhn Rikon and Fissler are meant for the stovetop.The Fagor and Breville are both combination pressure, slow and rice cookers, while the Kuhn Rikon and Fissler are strictly pressure cookers
Reply · Report · AmandaSltCsStaff on Dec 17, 2013
how many psi does this pressure cooker go up to?
A shopper on Oct 4, 2012
Best Answer: Introducing one appliance that does both. Enjoy tender meat in minutes using pressure or impart flavors for up to eight hours when slow cooking, you decide. In the six-quart nonstick removable cooking bowl you can sauté onions, garlic, and much more, then sear and brown meats before slow cooking and pressure-cooking.

The pressure settings are as follows:

Low: 4.0-4.5 psi
Medium: 8.5-9.0 psi
High: 11.5-12.0 psi
Reply · Report · PR Steve on Oct 5, 2012
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How much minimum can i cook in this?

How much is minimum quantity (in quarts) can i cook in this brevillie pressure cooker?
A shopper on Mar 2, 2013
Best Answer: The minimum amount of combined food and liquid to be added to removable cooking bowl for Pressure Cook recipes cooking in under 10 minutes is 1 quart (4 cups). Anything less might boil dry and the appliance will not function. Additional liquid may need to be added during cooking.
Reply · Report · AmandaSltCsStaff on Mar 4, 2013
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Can the Breville Preassure and slow cooked make rice?

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
A shopper on Nov 3, 2013
Best Answer: You can make rice and risotto in this pressure cooker, but I don't see any suggestions for adjustments. There are several recipes included with the manual
Reply · Report · AmandaSltCsStaff on Nov 5, 2013
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Is there a delay timer for the slow cooker option?

If so, up to how long
A shopper on Nov 17, 2013
Best Answer: No, there is not a delayed start function for the slow cooker
Reply · Report · AmandaSltCsStaff on Nov 19, 2013
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Is a stainless steel cooking pot available for this pressure cooker?
A shopper on Mar 20, 2015
Best Answer: I bought this as a gift so included only what was with the cooker. I suggest you contact Sur la Table directly
Reply · Report · Tim J on Mar 24, 2015
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Can I use my Breville fast slow cooker to can?
Laurie R on Dec 27, 2014
Best Answer: No. If you want to pressure can, you need a pressure canner which has either weights or a gauge for pressure regulation. Electric pressure cookers do not reach the necessary psi for safe canning.
Reply · Report · Carrie C on Jan 29, 2015
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How mobile is this? How tight/secure is the lid? i.e. Can I cook a meal in it, then take that meal in my car to another location and expect that the juices won't leak all over my car? (assume that I have it propped upright, of course)
Miss J on Jan 3, 2015
Best Answer: No, you wouldn't have to worry about leakage. It has a very tight seal on it.
Reply · Report · Amanda MStaff on Jan 6, 2015
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Hi,

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....
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christa on Nov 11, 2014
Best Answer: Sorry I can not help. I have only used mine once to do a roast. I was disappointed b/c the roast was very pink inside even after doubling the time the recipe in the booklet called for. So I am also still working on learning how to cook with the pressure cooker.......just like you, I want to love this product!
Reply · Report · kim f on Nov 12, 2014
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Please provide the Dimensions of the product.

Please provide the Dimensions of the product.
A shopper on Feb 26, 2013
Best Answer: Dimensions 13.25 L x 11.25 W x 13 H
Reply · Report · AmandaSltCsStaff on Feb 26, 2013
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what are the temperatures of the low & high slow cooker settings?
A shopper on Jan 2, 2013
Best Answer: According to Breville, they have information regarding PSI on different pressure settings but not temperature, this is not information they provide publically although as with all of their heating products they're sure it’s within an industry standard range but also variable to a few factors.
Reply · Report · AmandaSltCsStaff on Jan 13, 2013
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