Note: Coupon only works if you haven't used it before:
Crock-Pot 6 Qt 8-in-1 Multi-Use Express Crock Programmable Slow Cooker, Pressure Cooker, Sauté, and Steamer, Stainless Steel (SCCPPC600-V1)
15% off (up to $15) For limited time, Amazon Prime members qualify for a 15% discount, up to $15,on 1st purchase in Kitchen. Certain product exclusions apply; qualifying items will display the coupon offer, limited to 1 unit & 1 coupon per household.
Save 15% with this coupon. Discount at checkout.
- The Crock-Pot brand, the leader in one-pot cooking, introduces the Express Crock Programmable Multi-Cooker, an all-in-one appliance that lets you Slow Cook, Pressure Cook, Brown and Sauté, or Steam
- Eight one-touch digital meal settings include Meat/Stew, Beans/Chili, Rice/Risotto, Yogurt, Poultry, Dessert, Soup, and Multigrain
- Six-quart non-stick cooking pot resists stuck-on food and is dishwasher safe, simplifying your cleanup
- Designed with an airtight locking lid that stays sealed under pressure for added safety, a delay start timer that offers you the flexibility to start at a later time, and Warm setting to keep your food at the ideal serving temperature
- Accessories include recipe book, steaming rack, and serving spoon.
This is actually cheaper than the Instant Pot Duo Mini 3-Quart Programmable Pressure Cooker deal after coupon (link here
), and is twice the capacity. The price of $47.60 with coupon automatically applied when you go to the checkout.
The best part for me was that since this is sold and shipped by Amazon, I got to use one of my Dash credits.
Top customer review:
"Let me start by saying that I own an Instant Pot, so I will compare the two. The Crock-Pot version operates well and if I didn't own the Instant Pot, it would seem perfectly fine. The biggest advantage is that it seems to come to pressure much more quickly. It cooks perfectly silently with no sputtering or hissing of steam. It also has a non-stick cook pot, which is a mixed blessing. It's nice that clean up is easy, but it does not develop as much fond in the pot when browning, which adds to flavor of the dishes. The biggest feature difference, which I enjoy on the Instant Pot, is the ability to override the automatic settings completely. Instant Pot allows you to cook on a manual setting and also allows you to increase the temperature for functions like saute/browning. The Crock Pot relies exclusively on the preset buttons, but allows you to increase or decrease the time. One glitch or issue was with the poultry setting. The recipe I was following instructed a 12 minute cook time. The preset for poultry came up at 15 minutes and I was unable to decrease the time though I could increase. I wondered if that was to safeguard against under-cooking poultry, or does my pot have a defect? All the other settings allow for a decrease & increase in cooking time. Overall a good appliance and a great time saver. I made a Mississipi pot roast that came out beautifully with 45 minute cooking time and General Tso's Chicken both from Amy + Jackie's website. Check out their recipes! They are wonderful!"
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