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Insignia 6-Quart Multi-Function Stainless Steel Pressure Cooker EXPIRED

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Best Buy has Insignia 6-Quart Multi-Function Stainless Steel Pressure Cooker (NS-MC60SS9) on sale for $24.99. Select free curbside pickup where available, otherwise shipping is free on orders of $35 or more.

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Note, availability for curbside pickup may vary by location.

Key Features:
  • 6-Quart Capacity
  • 10 preset cooking functions
    • Rice, Multi-grain, Soup, Meat/Stew, Poultry, Fish, Steam Veggies, Beans/Chili, Quinoa and Cake.
  • 24-hour timer
  • Digital controls and locking lid
  • Dishwasher safe and non-stick pot
Includes
  • Condensation Collector
  • Cooking Stand
  • Inner Pot
  • Insignia 6-Quart Multi-Function Pressure Cooker
  • Measuring Cup (3/4 C capacity)
  • Rice Scoop
  • Soup Ladle
  • Stainless Steel Rack
  • User Guide

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    • This pressure cooker is priced $5 less than the previous Frontpage Deal for it from January.
    • The sale price is $35 off (58.3% savings) the list price.
    • Offer valid only for May 12, 2021 or while promotion last
  • About this product:
    • Includes a 1-year warranty.
    • Highly rated with 4.7 out of 5 stars from over 7,000 reviews.
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Best Buy has Insignia™ - 6qt Multi-Function Pressure Cooker - Stainless Steel for $24.99. Store pickup is free or shipping to home may be free if you are a Best Buy Rewards member.

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/insi...Id=6263602

Pressure cooking
Seals in steam to cook food quickly while preserving nutrients and ensuring flavorful results.

6-quart capacity
Provides ample room for ingredients, letting you easily prepare portions for families and groups.

10 preset cooking functions
Choose from Rice, Multi-grain, Soup, Meat/Stew, Poultry, Fish, Steam Veggies, Beans/Chili, Quinoa and Cake.

24-hour timer
Allows you to "set it and forget it" and delay cooking until the perfect time.

Keep warm setting
Maintains your food at an ideal serving temperature.

Digital controls
Easily select cook options, see time and change cook or delay time.

Locking lid
Keeps the lid locked firmly in place once enough pressure builds inside the cooker.

Included accessories
Measuring cup, rice scoop, soup ladle, cooking stand and condensation collector are included for use right out of the box.

Dishwasher-safe and nonstick pot
Ensure quick and easy cleanup.

Stainless steel finish
Add a sleek, modern look to any kitchen.
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zpeedster_m asked this question on 05-21-2021 at 11:59 AM
05-21-2021 at 11:59 AM
I use (in this cooker) a 1:1.1 ratio rice-to-water ratio, and pressure-cook for 6 minutes, then natural release for 15-20 minutes. With the prep time, it is about 30 minutes, give or take.
05-21-2021 at 11:59 AM
About 20 minutes. The countdown timer will show 15 minutes but also need to account the time it needs to heat and build up pressure inside pot. I just leave mine for about 30 minutes (cook time + natural release).
RamesesThe2nd asked this question on 05-20-2021 at 11:46 AM
05-20-2021 at 11:46 AM
I have this 6 qt and the 8 qt Instant Pot. You're better off with an 8 quart in almost every instance, unless you're just cooking for one or two people., but you should be able to pull of a 3-4 pound roast etc in the 6 qt.
samcet asked this question on 05-20-2021 at 11:46 AM
05-20-2021 at 11:46 AM
Yes, it works.
madsard asked this question on 05-19-2021 at 11:49 AM

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Just in case people don't know already, this is made by the same manufacturer of Instant Pot and have the same mainboard and body, disassembly comparison here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f09m20BTjvM

I have this Insignia 6qt and have had my first adventures in pressure cooking with it. My advice is that most vegetables/tomatoes will "burn" in the water in the higher liquid temperature in high pressure, where the normal boiling point of 100C can go up to 121C or higher. You can literally burn the ingredients in your stew like I have 6 times already lmao. You'll know once they release an extremely bitter chemical taste that you won't get when simply slow cooking/using the oven.

EDIT: I keep getting replies that this bitterness is quite odd. What I forgot to mention is that I cooked onions, mushrooms, and tomatoes in stock at high pressure AND high temperature for 2 hours or more. At 1 hour you can start tasting the bitterness as well. So to avoid this try to keep cooking times of vegetables within an hour. Kenji Alt of SeriousEats only uses 20 minutes to caramelize 3 pounds of onions: https://www.seriouseats.com/recip...ecipe.html Any more than that and you'll taste disaster lol peace.
Just be sure stainless steel is the outside body color and not the cooking vessel.
Cooking pot is Teflon nonstick

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11.99 shipping.... purchased 2 to get free shipping.
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Shows as free for me. Are you signed into your Best Buy account?
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You can do free store pickup.


Nice OP, last time i posted was $29.99 and believe this matches all time low pre-BF Thumbsup
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Reviews are pretty positive on this unit. Anyone here have personal experience with this product?

For this price seems like you can't go wrong.
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Got it for pickup and cancelled my instant pot baby Yoda
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Reviews are pretty positive on this unit. Anyone here have personal experience with this product?

For this price seems like you can't go wrong.
I have it and we love it
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Just in case people don't know already, this is made by the same manufacturer of Instant Pot and have the same mainboard and body, disassembly comparison here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f09m20BTjvM

I have this Insignia 6qt and have had my first adventures in pressure cooking with it. My advice is that most vegetables/tomatoes will "burn" in the water in the higher liquid temperature in high pressure, where the normal boiling point of 100C can go up to 121C or higher. You can literally burn the ingredients in your stew like I have 6 times already lmao. You'll know once they release an extremely bitter chemical taste that you won't get when simply slow cooking/using the oven.

EDIT: I keep getting replies that this bitterness is quite odd. What I forgot to mention is that I cooked onions, mushrooms, and tomatoes in stock at high pressure AND high temperature for 2 hours or more. At 1 hour you can start tasting the bitterness as well. So to avoid this try to keep cooking times of vegetables within an hour. Kenji Alt of SeriousEats only uses 20 minutes to caramelize 3 pounds of onions: https://www.seriouseats.com/recip...ecipe.html Any more than that and you'll taste disaster lol peace.
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In for 2 with free next day shipping; one for me and one for my sister.

Having one in cart showed free 2 day shipping. I think some people seeing free shipping vs some people being charged for shipping probably has to do with mybestbuy membership levels.

Thanks OP.
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I have this since 2 years ago and like it. Use it as rice cooker, and as an instant pot.
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Just be sure stainless steel is the outside body color and not the cooking vessel.
Cooking pot is Teflon nonstick
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Nice OP, last time i posted was $29.99 and believe this matches all time low pre-BF Thumbsup
Nah the Amazon price mistake at $13 was the best, it was a better model too I believe
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Quote from BharathsimhaR :
Just to be sure stainless steel is the outside body color and not the cooking vessel.
Cooking pot is Teflon nonstick
Yes the cooking pot is Teflon or some type of non stick, but you can buy a stainless insert for this at Best Buy. It's actually useful to have two pots.
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