Instant Pot 6-in-1 Programmable Pressure Cooker 6-Quart ONLY $79 Shipped

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In the market for an Instant Pot?

Head on over to Amazon where you can score this best-selling Instant Pot 6-in-1 Multi-Use 6 Quart Programmable Pressure Cooker in Stainless Steel for just $79 shipped! This instant pot can make cakes, steam & saute, pressure cook and warm foods.

It definitely speeds up cooking when you are running out of time!


How to Make Potato Salad in the Pressure Cooker by Hip2Save.com

When you get your new Instant Pot, be sure to check out Lina’s Recipe for super yummy 30 Minute Pressure Cooker Ribs AND Pressure Cooker Potato Salad!

(Thanks, Passionate Penny Pincher!)

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  1. Julie

    Anyone have this? Is the inner pot stainless steel? Want to stop using our rice cooker with non stick pot … considering this… good idea?

    • Alison

      I would not recommend the InstantPot for rice, at least not for white rice. I had a difficult time with mine when I tried rice. Maybe brown rice is different? But, I love, love my Instant Pot for tough cuts of meat, hard boiled eggs, mashed potatoes, and corn on the cob. I seriously use it almost every day!

    • RZ

      Yes, it’s got a stainless steel liner. The IP is actually great for making rice. But just like with everything else, there’s a learning curve. However even if you don’t make much rice with it, you can make a ton of other yummy food fast in it.

    • Crystalsnow

      I also use mine for rice. My little one can’t live without rice, so I often do just a cup of white basmati rice with 1.25 c water, salt, and touch of oil. Set for 6 min. Perfect !

      • Alison

        I’ll have to try that…Thanks, Crystal! When I tried basmati rice, there was a ton of foam, and the rice was way over cooked…I guess I’m on the beginner part of the learning curve for rice! 😊

        • Crystalsnow

          Please make sure you wash the rice really really well…until the water is mostly clear as opposed to foggy. And add some oil or butter. Seal the cooker so the knob is at the top position and then set to 6 min. Two cup rice would need 2.5-2.75 c water. Basically one cup rice needs one and a quarter cup water. If your basmati rice is slightly thicker, you can add 1.5 c water to each cup of rice. But you def can NOT follow the one cup rice to two cups water method as we do over the stove.

  2. Samantha

    I use mine all the time for white rice (mostly jasmine) and it works great for me. I’d recommend it! I use it at least three times a week for different meals.

  3. Pat harris

    Is this a good price?

    And a good size for family of 4?

  4. Julie

    Loving the reviews I’m reading, I’m sold!! What are your favorite uses? What accessories should I order? Thanks a ton, fellow hip2savers!!

    • erin

      Boiled eggs, rice, soups (amazing split pea in 20 minutes!), dried beans (52 min no soaking required), whole chicken, corn on the cob (way better than boiled), steamed vegetables, and any slow cooker recipe will work in the instant pot. Pinterest has a ton of recipes and tips too. I use mine almost every day. πŸ™‚

      • Julie

        πŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒcan’t wait to start using it!

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