Breville Fast and Slow Pro Multicooker, 6 qt.
Make it fast. Make it slow. Make it safely.
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- Make it slow: Slow cook setting is similar to Low setting on traditional slow cookers, with the added benefit of searing or browning in the same cooking vessel to retain heat and intensify flavors
- Make it fast: 8 pressure settings 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 a locking lid, hands-free steam release and a safety valve for worry-free pressure cooking.
- Sear, Sauté, Reduce, Simmer and Steam settings make it easy to cook a wide range of dishes
- Dual sensors provide accurate pressure and temperature control
- Smart pressure and slow cook settings
- Hands-free steam release keeps hands away from hot steam—Automatic, Natural and Pulse settings
- Variable pressure settings and pressure indicator
- No-mess moat prevents drips
- Manufacturer: Breville
- Model: BPR700BSS
- Material: Plastic, stainless steel
- Dimensions: 13.4" x 12.5" x 14"
- Capacity: 6 qt.
- Weight: 14 lbs.
- PSI: 8 pressure level settings from 1.5 psi (low) to 12 psi (high)
- Watts: 1100 W
- Warranty: 1-year warranty
- Made in China
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- Pressure cooker
- Stainless steamer basket
- Stainless rack
- Full-color recipe book with 41 recipes
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- Safety features
- Different cooking setting that is a breeze to use
- It sears/saute really well
- Cuts down hours and hours of stove top cooking when using
the Pressure Cooker
- Lid is removable so you can actually wash and clean it after
- The cooker smell seems to linger (not sure if its from the rubber seal but I can't seem to get rid of the smell even after hand washing it and drying it properly
- The little cup that collects the water is a bit too small so it gets full easily--but really not a big deal
1 year ago
This product is great for entertaining.
Thus far, I've used the pressure cooker feature to cook Corned Beef and Cabbage (used the wire rack for the corned beef and it turned out perfect; cabbage was cooked perfectly with just a bit of crunch), an entire garlic rubbed chicken (fall off the bone tender), and Oxtails (which were very flavorful and also fell off the bone- marrow cooked to perfection). Everything has been cooked beyond my expectations and under 45 minutes.
On top of its superior cooking capability, this is a visually beautiful cooker that you won’t have to hide in the kitchen.
I have, and will continue to, recommended this fast slow cooker to everyone that I know.
I have not had a chance to do Red Beans yet (New Orleans girl, that I am!) ...
Really like that you can brown in the unit first - less clean up - prep is easier.
Takes awhile to build up the pressure so while something may only need 9 minutes to cook under pressure, it can take 10+ minutes to get it to the right pressure.
Getting ready to buy one as a gift for my BFF....
1 year ago
Breville has a really nice interface where each knob is turned for options and pushing the knob selects your choice. You have the option to manipulate the temp/psi, time and pressure release...even if you have already set it and the cycle is ongoing. For the pressure cooker, it did take longer than I anticipated to get up to pressure and begin cooking countdown. Little bursts of steam during the heat up process can be off putting and obviously, small children should not be near the steam valve during this process.
The top gets very, very warm, budging towards hot. I was surprised by this as my other machine had a much better insulated top and it was simply warm to the touch. The body gets fairly warm as well, but not enough to hurt anyone. But more than my slow cooker. Once done, it kicks into keep warm mode. You can manage the pressure release per your discretion but the manual release releases in spurts rather than in one long expression.
Overall, the machine does what it is supposed to. Cleaning is easy. The design is lovely. The cover is less intuitive (a nut needs to be untwisted to release the cover but it"s really hot after cooking so it's not very practical to move the cover out of the way soon after cooking). Setting the machine to do all your prep activities is simple (sear, reduce etc). The ceramic coated cooking vessel does not allow for good fond, but one accepts that limitation for nonstick surfaces.
I am happy with the Breville pressure cooker and would gladly recommend it.
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Capacity: 6 qt.
Weight: 14 lbs.