That's the one I have. Thanks Bev. PS: I read that Target has the same one for $10 more -- HOWEVER, they do give you a $10 gift card, too ($69.99 - someone posted on another list). PS: My elderly neighbor who has had hers for a year or more and never used it...has now made Barbacoa Beef in hers TWICE and shredded for sandwiches.
Post by soupandstew on Nov 23, 2018 18:17:20 GMT -5
This is the Pot I have and it works great. I did turkey thighs in mine yesterday-so simple and so good. Brown on the saute function, add sliced mushrooms and onions, various herbs plus a cup of chicken broth. 1 hour high pressure, quick release, remove meat and thicken liquid with flour slurry for a wonderful gravy. Two thighs = four servings which is perfect for the two of us. While the turkey was cooking, hubby made mashed potatoes and turnips, and I roasted some teeny Brussels sprouts. I'll serve the other two portions next week over egg noodles.
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Wallycat -- that is the one I got for my son after buying a 6 in 1 DUO at Macy's for $69, but I couldn't remember the price -- just that it came out very near the same as the $69 at Macy's. I decided on the Costco one because it has additional info on the control panel and lets you know if it is reaching full pressure and such. As far as cooking, I think they really are the same. It sounds like the x in 1 is more marketing than substance, at least in some cases. I haven't used either model, so it is all new to me. I used this article to compare features: