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Instant Pot. Multi-function cooker (Part 1)


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Thanks you both. Look forward to replies

Deryn let me see

First time i followed the instructions " rinse lightly drain, 2 cups rice to 2 1/2 cups pushed the rice button

It was mushy

Second time I did it the way I cook it daily... .pearled the rice ..(I think that is what you call it?) put a little water and scrub it, then drain 3 times ...Leave some starch...then added to my first knuckle of water ...perfect everytime on the stove, ..pushed the rice button walked away ..but in the pot it was paste

The other two times i variations of above venting early at the beginning on one ( i leave the top off my rice until it is boiling a bit so thought maybe it needed that? and then at the end .....both times terrible.

Used two cups of rice each time

Gave up

I always toast basmati in lots of butter so it came out perfectly in the pot

I use ...US grown medium " fancy" blue bag ..CHUN HA IL MI ...excellent calrose btw

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Thanks you both. Look forward to replies

Deryn let me see

First time i followed the instructions " rinse lightly drain, 2 cups rice to 2 1/2 cups pushed the rice button

It was mushy

Second time I did it the way I cook it daily... .pearled the rice ..(I think that is what you call it?) put a little water and scrub it, then drain 3 times ...Leave some starch...then added to my first knuckle of water ...perfect everytime on the stove, ..pushed the rice button walked away ..but in the pot it was paste

The other two times i variations of above venting early at the beginning on one ( i leave the top off my rice until it is boiling a bit so thought maybe it needed that? and then at the end .....both times terrible.

Used two cups of rice each time

Gave up

I always toast basmati in lots of butter so it came out perfectly in the pot

I use ...US grown medium " fancy" blue bag ..CHUN HA IL MI ...excellent calrose btw

Well I now have a well-documented method of how NOT to cook jasmine rice in the IP. Back to the drawing board!

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Anna that was just the calrose LOLOL I did not even write about the jasmine! I would never scrub the jasmine like I do the calrose but otherwise I guess it is similar ..no scrubbing jasmine but I use the knuckle method once  and measured according to the bag on the first ..the water ratio is different on a bag of jasmine vs calrose …but the knuckle is the same size on all my rice and I use first knuckle measure for all rice I put on the stove that I have rinsed and or soaked ..dry rice a different story 

 

in the pot it was all a failure with both rices though 

 

on the stove I boil jasmine hard until almost all the water is gone and the rice is poking out of the water …and there are divots in the rice …like little caldrons … then put the lid on with a tea towel to catch the water ..15 min on low heat then push it off for " a while" to settle ..perfect rice every time 

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Jasmine rice. Take 2.

Well this strikes me as perfectly acceptable jasmine rice. It's neither mushy nor hard. Most grains are separate but can be compacted if you push them together.

Here is what I did.

I had only a little rice left. It amounted to 160 mL in the rice cup that comes with the IP. I rinsed it for a full minute in a sieve under running water using my fingers to agitate the rice gently. I drained the rice as thoroughly as I could and put it into the IP with 200 mL of water. That is a ratio of one part rice to 1.25 of water. I set the IP to manual for a time of 1 (one) minute high pressure. I let the pressure go down slowly for 10 minutes and then moved the valve to the steam release position but there was no further discharge of steam.

These are the instructions I found in Laura Pazzaglia's Hip Pressure Cooking Book. I did a fair bit of looking around on the web and was amazed the range of times offered. I had some doubt that one minute would do the trick but I should have had more confidence in Laura.

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Anna that was just the calrose LOLOL I did not even write about the jasmine! I would never scrub the jasmine like I do the cal rose but otherwise I guess sit is similar ..no scrubbing jasmine but I use the knuckle method once  and measured according to the bag on the first ..the water ratio is different on a bag of jasmine vs calrose …but the knuckle is the same size on all my rice and I use first knuckle measure for all rice I put on the stove that I have rinsed and or soaked ..dry rice a different story 

 

in the pot it was all a failure with both rices though 

 

on the stove I boil jasmine hard until almost all the water is gong and the rice is poking out then put the lid on with a tea towel to catch the water ..15 min on low heat then push it off for " a while" to settle ..perfect rice every time

This is the way I always treat my jasmine rice. I would not call it scrubbing just gently agitating so the water reaches every grain. I am sure you are much more of a connoisseur of rice than I am. I would still like to see you try this method and give your opinion.

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I love this Instant Pot! First experiment short ribs...fall off the bone, tender delicious meat:

 

Chopped garlic in the awesome pot...then I added:
Soy sauce
Sesame oil
honey
sriaccha
sweet wine
lemon juice
rub the short ribs around then PRESSURE COOK it on the meat/stew button.

Wait ten minutes then release the steam.11908930_10152997988182703_8304398701332607580_o.jpg

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I made short ribs tonight also, Mmmpomps. And while I normally don't mind doing the long braise in a basic pot on the stove or in the oven, I have to say that tonight I found it annoying, messy and slow (did a stovetop braise, almost 3 hours). The end result was lovely but it made me think that another method might be better. So I am definitely interested in what you folks are doing. 

 

I have never used a pressure cooker, slow cooker or rice cooker. And i have never made yogurt. I think I make pretty good rice in the Cuisinart Steam Oven, though I am definitely OK with making it on the stove top.

 

I wonder about using the Instant Pot for making yogurt, steaming artichokes ( a big fave of mine), doing the Kalua Pork that Laura talks about in the IP cookbook or on NomNomPaleo. Also the Ligurian Chicken and Not-Refried-Beans from the IP cookbook. And how well does it function as a slow-cooker?

 

And I keep wondering if there is anything intrinsically better about using the IP or similar to cook some things or if it is just a time savings? Not that I don't value time-saving! 

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I made short ribs tonight also, Mmmpomps. And while I normally don't mind doing the long braise in a basic pot on the stove or in the oven, I have to say that tonight I found it annoying, messy and slow (did a stovetop braise, almost 3 hours). The end result was lovely but it made me think that another method might be better. So I am definitely interested in what you folks are doing.

I have never used a pressure cooker, slow cooker or rice cooker. And i have never made yogurt. I think I make pretty good rice in the Cuisinart Steam Oven, though I am definitely OK with making it on the stove top.

I wonder about using the Instant Pot for making yogurt, steaming artichokes ( a big fave of mine), doing the Kalua Pork that Laura talks about in the IP cookbook or on NomNomPaleo. Also the Ligurian Chicken and Not-Refried-Beans from the IP cookbook. And how well does it function as a slow-cooker?

And I keep wondering if there is anything intrinsically better about using the IP or similar to cook some things or if it is just a time savings? Not that I don't value time-saving!

Speed for certain, energy saving and some would argue nutrition retention. I throw in there convenience. It truly is set it and forget it.

I have every intention of attempting to make yogurt although it will not become a routine seeing as I don't use sufficient yogurt to justify that. I am artichoke-challenged having never cooked them in anyway before but certainly willing to give it a shot. Pulled pork has never appealed to me in the least but even that I will try. Ligurian chicken for sure when I can get hold of fresh herbs. Beans and other pulses I will leave to others. I am not that altruistic!

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If you are using an ordinary gas or electric stove then your kitchen will surely stay much cooler using an electric pressure cooker.

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Melissa,

I am absolutely spoiled in then I have an induction range and a 6 quart Kuhn Rikon Duromatic stovetop pressure cooker. They contribute little heat to my kitchen. The IP certainly gets hot but really it wouldn't normally be operating for much more than an hour under normal circumstances. I really haven't done any kind of comparison to give you a more objective answer. As of the present moment I can say that the IP impresses me enough that I would be unlikely to use the stovetop unless I really needed that 15 psi. It is so nice to set it and forget it.

I actually do have an induction burner, which I could use with my 6 qt Fagor stovetop pressure cooker. But most of the time, I just use my gas burners.

 

We're back into hot and sticky mode for a few days. I think anything that gets cooked for the rest of the week will be cooked on the grill. I can't imagine eating short ribs right now.

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I made short ribs tonight also, Mmmpomps. And while I normally don't mind doing the long braise in a basic pot on the stove or in the oven, I have to say that tonight I found it annoying, messy and slow (did a stovetop braise, almost 3 hours). The end result was lovely but it made me think that another method might be better. So I am definitely interested in what you folks are doing. 

 

I have never used a pressure cooker, slow cooker or rice cooker. And i have never made yogurt. I think I make pretty good rice in the Cuisinart Steam Oven, though I am definitely OK with making it on the stove top.

 

I wonder about using the Instant Pot for making yogurt, steaming artichokes ( a big fave of mine), doing the Kalua Pork that Laura talks about in the IP cookbook or on NomNomPaleo. Also the Ligurian Chicken and Not-Refried-Beans from the IP cookbook. And how well does it function as a slow-cooker?

 

And I keep wondering if there is anything intrinsically better about using the IP or similar to cook some things or if it is just a time savings? Not that I don't value time-saving! 

FauxPas I like to do a slow braise to get that richness and I got that in the Instant pot in a total of 45 minutes. I found you have to use less liquid to get a braise, if you add too much liquid the meat stews and loses a bit of the flavour. If you have never used the three appliances this would be a great tool for you. I still have in my kitchen my crock pot and my rice steamer. This is my first time doing pressure cooking and right now I can't get enough of it. 

Its fast . clean up is super easy, the stainless steel pot is sexy :) The saute feature is excellent. I was surprised how hot it got! 

 

I haven't used it as a crock pot yet but I imagine it will be very good for that. I've made beans, came out very good and no explosions! I made a pot of soup in 35 minutes that came out rich and flavourful. I even made a meatloaf, the texture was very 'diner' style. Aesthetically she wasn't very pleasing until I popped her under the broiler for a few minutes:11895130_10153008176722703_6501929274985108387_o.jpg

While the meat loaf was broiling and crisping the bacon on top I made gravy and I roasted some baby potatoes that took 15 or 20 minutes:11950154_10153008176717703_7733295910265098645_o.jpg

 

Anna I'm going to be playing with beans a lot more. I plan on chick peas soon for hummus. My Halal Grocery store has beans and pulses I don' even recognize...I see many experiments :)

 

Edited to explain the IP Potatoes a bit better: Saute Mode with duck fat and garlic, brown the potatoes for ten minutes then pierce the spud so the skins stay intact. Add 1/3 ish cup of stock, fresh rosemary and salt. Switch to pressure mode for ten minutes and creamy roasted spuds :)

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I note that hummingbird kiss, FeChef and Deryn all own an Instant Pot. I bet there are others. I have been looking at them for some time but suspect that they would not be all that useful in a solo household. But I would love to hear from those who do own one what model they have and what they think about them.

What sort of things do you cook in them? Do you use them mostly for stocks? Is it primarily the pressure cooker function that matters to you? Curious minds would love to know.

See what you started -Good on 'u!!

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Mmmpomps,

Glad there is someone else willing to play with those horrible beanie things! Your potatoes look amazing. I am anxious to give them a go and have made notes of your technique.

I have a rather ambitious day planned so you know immediately that some things will fall off that plan! I have taken out the cream cheese and the eggs to attempt the cheesecake from the pressurecookingtoday.com website. However, I am challenged in that my smallest springform is only five and three-quarter inches in diameter! Any of my larger spring forms are too large. Math is not my strong suit but somehow I am going to have to reduce the recipe based on the volume of the smaller pan.

I also want to try to make an Indian chicken curry by adapting my own recipe.

Doesn't sound that ambitious but my noncooking chores constitute a list could fill three notebooks!

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"  I like to do a slow braise to get that richness and I got that in the Instant pot in a total of 45 minutes ""

 

Id like to hear more about this if you get the chance.  was it 45 min 'Under Pressure?"

 

i take it the soup @ 35 minutes was 'slow-cooker ' mode ?  how about that meatloaf ?

 

the potatoes do look delicious.  did you use 'instant release'   after the 10 minutes ?

 

this thread is very enlightening.  

 

I have deep respect for the PC crowd that uses the various models on the stove top or induction plate.

 

Im a bit more "On-Off" for this sort of things, and readily admit the fault is all mine.

 

My IP is "On the Truck" as I Type.

 

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Oh wow! rotuts You pulled the trigger and ordered one. Now we can all wait with bated breath for your experiments!

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Mmmpomps

 

"  I like to do a slow braise to get that richness and I got that in the Instant pot in a total of 45 minutes ""

 

Id like to hear more about this if you get the chance.  was it 45 min 'Under Pressure?"

 

i take it the soup @ 35 minutes was 'slow-cooker ' mode ?  how about that meatloaf ?

 

the potatoes do look delicious.  did you use 'instant release'   after the 10 minutes ?

 

this thread is very enlightening.  

 

I have deep respect for the PC crowd that uses the various models on the stove top or induction plate.

 

Im a bit more "On-Off" for this sort of things, and readily admit the fault is all mine.

 

My IP is "On the Truck" as I Type.

 

:biggrin: 

Ohh, I should absolutely not be reading this topic. (Peers over the brink)

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Ohh, I should absolutely not be reading this topic. (Peers over the brink)

I just fell over and down the IP hole. :laugh:  I see Rotuts beat me by a day or so  :raz:

 

The ribs did it.  

 

IP-60 is ordered and will soon be here.  I think 2 days.  

 

Come on, Smithy, join us all on the IP side  :biggrin:

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I just fell over and down the IP hole. :laugh:  I see Rotuts beat me by a day or so  :raz:

 

The ribs did it.  

 

IP-60 is ordered and will soon be here.  I think 2 days.  

 

Come on, Smithy, join us all on the IP side  :biggrin:

You will find it perfect for some of that game your husband hunts for you. Perhaps eG should get a commission!

So my most ambitious test so far. This from somebody who probably has not made a cheesecake in 30 perhaps 40 years.

I gave you the site where I found the recipe and apart from adjusting the quantities I did not deviate. Even the cooking time of 15 minutes I kept despite the smallest size of my pan.

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For this recipe I was grateful that I had to do a proper Mise en place to show you else I am sure I would have messed something up. You can also see the foil sling. I did not bother taking a photograph of the crumb crust and at this point it was chilling in the freezer.

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Fully assembled and on the foil sling ready to be placed into the IP into which I had already put the trivet and 2 cups of water.

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The finished cheesecake still in the IP. It's hard to see but there is some water on the top which the recipe does warn about. I wicked it up with some paper towel.

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And the cheesecake cooling on the rack ready to go into the refrigerator for I believe four hours. The recipe also warned not to expect a smooth top. We will all have to wait for hours now to see the result.

Turned out to be much easier than I expected. The hardest part was finding room in the freezer for the tiny pan with its crust!

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Nice.  Very Nice.

 

Im a bit bereft that UPS has me on the end of their Route.

 

well ,  it not so much the 'Ants in the Pants' syndrome.

 

its more of a "Dryness in the Throat" problem.

 

BTW :

 

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nice.  I use this extensively in the Betty's assisted Brownies I bake for my  Friends at the local Library.

 

an Over-Pour  ( 1/4 cup ) of local  " Don Roberto " lowest shelf Rhum

 

does not hurt either.

 

just saying.

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Mmmpomps,

Glad there is someone else willing to play with those horrible beanie things! Your potatoes look amazing. I am anxious to give them a go and have made notes of your technique.

I have a rather ambitious day planned so you know immediately that some things will fall off that plan! I have taken out the cream cheese and the eggs to attempt the cheesecake from the pressurecookingtoday.com website. However, I am challenged in that my smallest springform is only five and three-quarter inches in diameter! Any of my larger spring forms are too large. Math is not my strong suit but somehow I am going to have to reduce the recipe based on the volume of the smaller pan.

I also want to try to make an Indian chicken curry by adapting my own recipe.

Doesn't sound that ambitious but my noncooking chores constitute a list could fill three notebooks!

 

Your cheesecake looks great! I can't wait to hear how that turns out! I made a very good soup with beans and shortribs, beans precooked super easy. I am very happy with the results:11954629_10153012125807703_3654604530013760882_n.jpg11942188_10153012104107703_8861112758464913178_o.jpg

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Mmmpomps

 

"  I like to do a slow braise to get that richness and I got that in the Instant pot in a total of 45 minutes ""

 

Id like to hear more about this if you get the chance.  was it 45 min 'Under Pressure?"

 

i take it the soup @ 35 minutes was 'slow-cooker ' mode ?  how about that meatloaf ?

 

the potatoes do look delicious.  did you use 'instant release'   after the 10 minutes ?

 

this thread is very enlightening.  

 

I have deep respect for the PC crowd that uses the various models on the stove top or induction plate.

 

Im a bit more "On-Off" for this sort of things, and readily admit the fault is all mine.

 

My IP is "On the Truck" as I Type.

 

:biggrin: 

 

Hi Rotus!

 

The shortribs were 35 minutes under pressure, 10 minute wait then a release. I use a tea over my hand as that steam is HOT!

 

Soup was also 35 minutes under pressure. Meat mode to be exact, wait 10 minutes and it was good to go. I started with raw short ribs and added everything else and was very pleased with the end result.

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Nice.  Very Nice.

 

Im a bit bereft that UPS has me on the end of their Route.

 

well ,  it not so much the 'Ants in the Pants' syndrome.

 

its more of a "Dryness in the Throat" problem.

 

BTW :

 

attachicon.gifvanill.jpg

 

nice.  I use this extensively in the Betty's assisted Brownies I bake for my  Friends at the local Library.

 

an Over-Pour  ( 1/4 cup ) of local  " Don Roberto " lowest shelf Rhum

 

does not hurt either.

 

just saying.

I believe I was introduced to this by Kerry Beal who was introduced to it by you.

Anna Nielsen aka "Anna N"

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Jasmine rice. Take 2.

Well this strikes me as perfectly acceptable jasmine rice. It's neither mushy nor hard. Most grains are separate but can be compacted if you push them together.

Here is what I did.

I had only a little rice left. It amounted to 160 mL in the rice cup that comes with the IP. I rinsed it for a full minute in a sieve under running water using my fingers to agitate the rice gently. I drained the rice as thoroughly as I could and put it into the IP with 200 mL of water. That is a ratio of one part rice to 1.25 of water. I set the IP to manual for a time of 1 (one) minute high pressure. I let the pressure go down slowly for 10 minutes and then moved the valve to the steam release position but there was no further discharge of steam.

These are the instructions I found in Laura Pazzaglia's Hip Pressure Cooking Book. I did a fair bit of looking around on the web and was amazed the range of times offered. I had some doubt that one minute would do the trick but I should have had more confidence in Laura.

 

 

I will try it tonight thanks Anna but it almost sounds like i Have to "be at the pot " then huh? maybe I should stick with what I know ..but I  am going to try a pot of it tonight and see if it works for me ..I looked once online and saw the same thing you did and just stopped looking because it was so overwhelming …everyone has a method and I thought I could just push a button and move on. 

 

thanks again it was kind of you 

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Well  my IP is here :

 

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I have other issues :

 

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this takes me a bit of time to stack  Not the end of the World.  Ill delay that for a few days and there is no rain 

 

expected in my Area.

 

I did make bliss potatoes for Salad

 

and Ill give you my take tomorrow.

 

Im using "Hip" as my times and standard unless

 

I see something Anna N has already done.

 

just to new clear :  get a note-book

 

and trust  Anna N as a brilliant starting  point.

 

why ?

 

well there is a History of Calamari   , which the Lunch Ladies sometimes enjoy ..................

 

but there is the Old  Danish Import House on Bloor

 

right nest to the Windsor Arms.  open faced sandwiches on Bloor

 

and the Once a Month the  Downstairs  Ultimate Delicious-ness

 

BTW  Im just posting this so Shelby  

 

just understands.

 

more tomorrow.

 

but   its not just So Far So Good  ...;

 

its more WoW

 

 

 

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Well the Indian chicken dish that I attempted failed miserably. There were so many things that were wrong with it but none I think related to the IP. No point really in documenting how not to do something that was really unrelated to the experiments.

However, dessert made up for it!

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Served with a little of the failed red current jelly which was the bane of my existence in Manitoulin this past summer. I would make this again in a heartbeat. I would up the lemon zest and perhaps the lemon juice for flavour reasons. Perhaps if served with lemon curd as suggested this would not be necessary. I will be looking at her other recipes for cheesecake with a view to trying those also.

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""  I gave you the site where I found the recipe ""

 

sorry.  I give up and can't seem to scroll back to find it.

 

I also have not made a CCake in a long while.

 

i think ( Little ) Current jelly looks fine.

 

Id like to make this.  Im thinking Lime.

 

Im very pleased to be " behind " so that you can Forge Ahead  for

 

many of us.

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