I was sent a Power Quick Pot (6 Quart) Electric Pressure Cooker to review but all opinions remain 100% my own.
With all the pressure cookers on the market, how does one choose which one to purchase?
WHAT IS A PRESSURE COOKER?
If you guys have been a regular reader on my site, you’ll know that I am a big fan of getting dinner on the table quickly. That’s why I am such a fan of using a pressure cooker.
So what are the pros of pressure cooking?
- allows you to cook food at a higher temperature than you’d be able to through stovetop boiling.
- preserves 90-95% of your food’s vitamins using a pressure cooker.
I received a 6 Quart Power Quick Pot Pressure Cooker to review. Having already owned an Instant Pot for a few years, I wanted to see how other pressure cookers compared.
WHAT COMES WITH THE POWER QUICK POT PRESSURE COOKER:
- Glass lid
- Rice spoon
- Measuring cup
- Recipe booklet
WHAT WE LOVED ABOUT THE POWER QUICK POT:
The Power Quick Pot is a one-touch multi-cooker that acts as a:
- pressure cooker
- slow cooker
- sous vide
- stove top
- rice cooker
- yogurt maker
- 37 easy-to-navigate one-touch cooking functions
- Cook IQ technology calibrates time, pressure, and temperature
- Large LCD display that changes color based on its operation
- Automatic “Keep Warm” function
- Pressure release system
- No mess splatter guard
- Airtight lid locks steam and flavor inside your food
- PTFE and PFOA free
- Stainless steel inner pot
OTHER FEATURES OF THE POWER QUICK POT :
- Cook one-pot meals to perfection with the one-touch multicooker
- Make classic recipes like: pot roast, whole chickens, ribs, chili, soups and more!
- 37 easy-to-navigate one-touch cooking functions make cooking any meal easy and fast.
- Cook IQ technology does all the work for you to find the perfect time, pressure, and temperature to cook any food to perfection as a pressure cooker, slow cooker, sous vide, stove top, rice cooker, steamer, canner, and yogurt maker.
- The airtight lid locks steam & flavor inside your food.
- Easy clean-up with dishwasher-safe parts
THINGS WE MADE:
The pressure cooker is perfect for meal prep. You can make recipes that usually take hours in about a fraction of the time without having to stand at the stove.
We made boiled eggs, pot roast and chicken stock.
WHAT WE THOUGHT OF THE POWER QUICK POT:
- preset programs made meals easy to cook
- eggs peeled perfectly
- pot roast cooked up tender
- chicken stock was flavorful and cooked in a 1/3 of the time it normally would take
- save time and space and cutting down on prep
- detachable pot making it easier to clean in dishwashers and sinks.