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Instant Pot - Models

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A random one. Anyone cook with an Instant Pot? Probably getting one for my better half for Christmas, however, there are too many models. I get that with current models it seems to go lux<duo<ultra...something like 6in1, 9in1, 10in1, or something like that. Going to go with a 6 quart model. It seems like the cheap ones go on sale $60-80, and the ultra going for $90-100. Worth the extra money? Seems like it adds a nicer digital screen, and otherwise not really sure the other options are worth it. 

Thoughts?

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I got the 8qt model and the extra space comes in handy from time to time. Makes great stews (cook once for many meals). Might want to think about the bigger unit. Both are good though  :)

 

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I have heard great things about insta pots but I do not know what all can be prepared in them. Is anyone willing to make a list of suggested meals?

PS: I hope this is not considered hi-jacking of this thread!

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Not a complete list... but this is what I use MINE for:

starbucks "Sous Vide" Egg Bites (need the 8qt for the silicon sleeves)

stews

casseroles

Chili

whitecastle style hamburgers

pastas

pulled pork

beans n rice

turning tough cuts of meat into roasts that don't suck

Basically anything I would have used a slow cooker for... but dont have the time nor patience to wait 8-12hrs for ?

 

 

 

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Thank you for your list. I will have to get one of these to try out. I am told by my dad that these insta-pots make great ribs, what do you think? 

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Nothing beats REAL BBQ (not grill) ribs... but yeah they are very good in an instapot.

... and yeah Masala is damn near addictive... and easy in an instapot

 

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