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This is the lowest price this (6qt) lid has sold for in months.
  • The Instant Pot tempered glass lid can be used instead of the pressure lid when slow cooking, sautéing / browning or using the keep warm function
  • Colorless tempered glass, large Stainless Steel lid knob. It has a steam release vent to reduce condensation on the underside of the lid
  • It is dishwasher safe and can also be used on the stainless steel inner pot in the oven up to 220c
  • It is 23 cm (9 inches) in diameter and designed to fit all Instant Pot 6 quart models

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B008FUJ2LK/
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Got instapot for Christmas and still haven't unboxed it. What are you guys cooking in it?

I dont care for stew, but I do enjoy chili. I came close to trying to cook a brisket in it, but was talked out of it because that's an expensive mistake if it turns out badly (besides, my briskets turn out fine with smoking, so no real need to)
Risotto, soft boiled eggs, butter chicken, tikka misala, chili, Chicken or Beef Pho, pulled meats for tacos. It's endless, just Google IP <recipes> where <recipes> is whatever you wanna make.
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Any coupon for lid for a 8 quarts IP?
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I loathe tempered glass lids; over time, they are nearly impossible to clear all the crevices and you need to soak & clean before you use a good dishwasher.

The farberware steamer pot-lids are really good; they fit the gap nicely, are steeped to condense evenly so you don't get as much lid bouncing.

Zero question as to whether it's clean without going through an exorcism.
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Bought this or a similar copy a couple of years ago. Didn't use it till I started making yogurt in instant pot. Now I use it every two weeks to make yogurt. Much easier to wash and clean than the actual lid when pressure cooking is not required.
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Corn on the Cob, sweet potatoes, reg potatoes, 2 dozen hard boiled eggs at a time. Pot roast, pork roast, make quick mex-chicken with frozen breasts, no need to thaw.
Sweet potatoes are awesome in the pressure cooker!! 😋
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We own it, never use it. Can confirm.
I think it would come in handy in a self serve / pot luck like situation were your using the warm function. Much easier and aesthetically pleasing to use the glass lid vs the bulky pressure cooking locking lid.
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Corn on the Cob, sweet potatoes, reg potatoes, 2 dozen hard boiled eggs at a time. Pot roast, pork roast, make quick mex-chicken with frozen breasts, no need to thaw.
Mexican style Pinto Beans and Pork Chili Verde in my Insignia Brand Instant Pot came out Restaurant quality. We need to use it more, but the Wife seems to like to cook in more of a traditional way.
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Got instapot for Christmas and still haven't unboxed it. What are you guys cooking in it?

I dont care for stew, but I do enjoy chili. I came close to trying to cook a brisket in it, but was talked out of it because that's an expensive mistake if it turns out badly (besides, my briskets turn out fine with smoking, so no real need to)
I look for recipes and find what works well that would otherwise take a long time to cook. The instant pot is a tool looking for a problem a lot of the time but we've gotten some great use out of it. The recipe below works great if it's your style.

https://thesaltymarshmallow.com/i...lled-pork/
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Got instapot for Christmas and still haven't unboxed it. What are you guys cooking in it?

I dont care for stew, but I do enjoy chili. I came close to trying to cook a brisket in it, but was talked out of it because that's an expensive mistake if it turns out badly (besides, my briskets turn out fine with smoking, so no real need to)
Chilis soups enchiladas pulled pork pulled chicken buffalo chicken chana masala spaghetti squash done 8 min pot roast you are missing out!
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It should be free with the pressure cooker...
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Just FYI - I have a T-Fal nonstick pot that has a glass lid on it. It fits perfectly on the Instant Pot. If you have one laying around, try it to save a little cash.
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Chilis soups enchiladas pulled pork pulled chicken buffalo chicken chana masala spaghetti squash done 8 min pot roast you are missing out!
Thanks. You might consider using commas - I can't tell where one dish name starts and the next begins.
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We use silicon lids now. Far better for allowing some air or steam to escape. Also for grease splatters.
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I look for recipes and find what works well that would otherwise take a long time to cook. The instant pot is a tool looking for a problem a lot of the time but we've gotten some great use out of it. The recipe below works great if it's your style.

https://thesaltymarshmallow.com/i...lled-pork/ [thesaltymarshmallow.com]
I used this recipe over the weekend. Its great.
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I think it would come in handy in a self serve / pot luck like situation were your using the warm function. Much easier and aesthetically pleasing to use the glass lid vs the bulky pressure cooking locking lid.
This is how I use mine. For parties I store things like scrambled eggs or buffalo chicken dip in it. Most people can't figure out how to unlock the regular lid.
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