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  • ribeyeguy
    Charter Member
    • Jun 2015
    • 1302
    • S. E. Wisconsin
    • Weber Platinum Performer, 18"WSM, Smokenator, Slow 'n Sear.

    Can I get a little Instant Pot help?

    My wife wants one but I have no idea which one to buy, I guess I'm just supposed to know these things. Anyway, I googled them and it looks like there's a few hundred thousand different models. I could use some help picking out the right one.

    It's just my wife and me and I can't remember the last time we pressure cooked anything so it'll be a somewhat new cooking venture for us. I see that some of them have a cake baking button, a yogurt making button, etc., are they useful functions or just add-on gimmicks? I don't cook outside much in the winter, can this thing really replace grilling? Damn I'm confused!

    Any help you can offer will be greatly appreciated!
  • JGo37
    Club Member
    • Apr 2018
    • 1579
    • the LOU
    • Cookers:

      22" Blackstone Griddle, with stand & hood
      CharGriller Portable Firebox - so modified you'll BLOL
      Kitchenaid #810 Charcoal Grill - highly modified
      Weber BI-code Black Performer w/Igniter
      Weber DE-code Red Limited - 'Lucille'


      Ancient heavy CI Propane Turkey Fryer, for lighting chimneys
      BBQ Dragon kettle shelves - 2
      Fyre Dragon Kettle Drippin' Ring, Burnin' Cone & Drippin' Pan - 2 sets
      Fyre Dragon Kettle Ribbin' Ring
      Fyre Dragon Kettle 2-Zone Smokin' Sheet
      OneGrill Rotisserie for the Kitchenaid
      Smoking Tubes: 2x12" & 1x6"
      Weber Gourmet Grill w/Griddle, Pizza Stone & Wok

      My Helpers:

      Anova 900W Sous Vide Cooker w/Radios
      Instant Pot 6Q Duo
      Nesco Tabletop Roaster
      & the PIT!

    The 6 quart is plenty for two. Oddly, on this Amazon link, the 8 quart is less $. I paid $79.00 for this one, with a $ 15.00 credit at the time of purchase for anything else. That should be a common price point.

    An accessory set of 7 - 12 items is nice to have too, if you want to get all the capabilities at once.



    • SmokingSteve
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    • JGo37
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      SmokingSteve yes it's gone now - sorry...
  • Frozen Smoke
    Club Member
    • Nov 2017
    • 1528
    • Northern Mn

    I'm in the same place you are so I'll be waiting to see responses as well.


    • JGo37
      JGo37 commented
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      EdF 's link is a tell-all...
  • lonnie mac
    Club Member
    • Jul 2016
    • 1351
    • Bacliff, TX
    • Motovlogging for the freedom of old Hippies...


      Home of Brutus Ten!



      Weber Performer Deluxe W/ SNS, Craycort CI grates

      WSCGC (Weber Summit Charcoal Grill Center W/ SNS Plus, DNG

      Texas Original Pits Offset Smoker

      RecTec 590

      WSM 18" W/ Upside-down door mod

      Camp Chief Flattop, The big one...

      Weber Genesis II S-335

      Texas Fire Pit


      Maveric's Most all of em...
      FireBoard W/ Fan Control, GURU Fan
      ThermoWorks, most all of em...

    Mine is an instant pot 6 QT bluetooth version from around 2015 era. Any instant pot is dang dang good. The difference is features with bluetooth, wifi and such. Forget all the fancy buttons though, they are just shortcuts to time and pressure settings. It's a pressure cooker, and I have never used anything except the start button, the manual temp and or time buttons. If ya want rice, you can either hit the preset rice button, or just set 5 minutes high pressure. Same thing. You will have a blast with the thing!


    • Polarbear777
      Polarbear777 commented
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      I never use the presets. Brown rice 28 minutes works well.
      I have a 6qt and if the 8 was about the same price if definitely go with that. Remember you have to leave some room so you won’t fit 6 full quarts to cook.

      I use the 12qt stovetop PC when I need real volume.
  • Danjohnston949
    Former Member
    • Dec 2014
    • 4418
    • 1410 9th. St. N, Fargo ND

    ribeyeguy, I Just Purchased A Ninja FoodI, For Eunice's Birthday, It Has Only Used A Couple Of Times So
    Far❗️❓❗️ One Arm Roast, Not Seared Or Browned, But Pressure Cooked❓ Apparently The Arm Roast Came Out "TENDER" But Bland❓❗️❓ Tonight, Eunice, Was Making Pork Chops, Seared, Seasoned And
    Pressure Cooked❗️❓❗️ I'll Try To Get You The Chef's Honest Opinion‼️ Dan


    • Attjack
      Club Member
      • Aug 2017
      • 4391
      • Primo XL
        Weber 26"
        Weber 22"
        Weber 22"
        Weber 18"
        Weber Jumbo Joe
        Weber Green Smokey Joe (Thanks, Mr. Bones!)
        Weber Smokey Joe
        Orion Smoker

        DigiQ DX2
        Slow 'N Sear XL
        Arteflame 26.75" Insert

        Blaze BLZ-4-NG 32-Inch 4-Burner Built-In
        - With Rear Infrared Burner
        - With Infrared Sear Burner
        - With Rotisserie
        Empava 2 Burner Gas Cooktop
        Weber Spirit 210
        - With Grillgrates
        ​​​​​​​ - With Rotisserie
        Weber Q2200

        Blackstone Pizza Oven

        Portable propane burners (3)
        Propane turkey Fryer

        Fire pit grill

      There are three sizes. I think that's you major consideration.


      • shify
        Club Member
        • Jun 2017
        • 514
        • Westchester County, NY

        I think I have the 6 quart. It’s a nice piece of equipment but not some miracle cure. In fact I used it this afternoon for chili. I also used it to make turkey stock for thanksgiving which was a breeze. The only thing I haven’t really liked that I made in it was chicken wings. You cook the wings in the instant pot, air dry the skin over night and then fry or broil the next day. I was not a fan of the resultant texture which was too soft and tender.

        I haven’t used any of the preset buttons


        • EdF
          Club Member
          • Jul 2016
          • 3229
          • Atlantic Highlands, NJ
          • Uuni Pro (new kid in town)
            Karubeque C-60
            Large BGE since 2002 + plate setter + pizza stone + upper grid + stainless paella pan for drippings (the best!)
            TEC Cherokee FR since 2014 (portable infrared grill - does a mighty sear)
            Polyscience Sous Vide Pro since 2012 (wasn't much else available in those days)
            Thermapen Air
            ThermaQ (or its predecessor)
            Thermoworks Hi temp IR
            BBQ Dragon & Chimney of Insanity
            Various other stuff

          Here's a little buying guide to the models, though I think it may be a year old. https://www.hippressurecooking.com/w...right-for-you/


          • JGo37
            JGo37 commented
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            wow - every time i think I know everything...
        • SmokeyGator
          Club Member
          • Jul 2016
          • 827
          • Miami, FL
          • Primo XL
            Cyberq controller
            Sierra Nevada IPA

          I got the 8 quart does it all model. So far I can say I’m not disappointed. It works very well.

          The yogurt settibg isn’t a gimmick. It works. I haven’t used it, but I know people who have. The other settings are just temp/pressure shortcuts. If using the slow cook setting, remember to press the pressure relief button or use a non pressure lid.

          As for capacity, I’m not regretting going with the 8 quart. I have yet to pack it to capacity, but that just means I have the ability to cook more if needed.

          It doesnt replace grilling, but it does a decent job with pulled pork. You can cheat with liquid smoke but you can’t fake the bark. However, it gets the job done much faster. I also like it for stews, chili, sauces, and soup. Being able to sauté in the pressure cooker is neat. Makes for good one pot meals. It is also excellent for dry beans. 20 minutes at high pressure and the dry beans aren’t dry anymore.


          • CaptainMike
            CaptainMike commented
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            What dis guy sed!
        • ecowper
          Founding Member
          • Jul 2014
          • 3552
          • Maple Valley, WA
          • Grill = Hasty-Bake Gourmet Dual Finish
            Smoke = Weber Smokey Mountain 22.5"

            Thermometer = FireBoard FBX11 with 2 ambient and 6 meat probes
            Thermometer = Maverick ET732
            Thermometer = ThermoWorks Chef Alarm
            Thermapen Mk IV = Light blue
            Thermapen Classic = Grey
            PID Controller = Fireboard Drive + Auber 20 CFM Fan

            Favorite cook = Tri-Tip for the grill, whole packer brisket for the smoker
            Favorite wine = a good Bordeaux with steak, a good Syrah with pork, or a nice bottle of Champagne or California sparkling wine
            Favorite beer = Sam Adams Boston Lager or Shiner Bock
            Favorite whisky = Lagavulin 16 year old single malt

            Best Cookbooks - Meathead's "The Science of Great Barbecue and Grilling", Chris Lilly's "Big Bob Gibson's BBQ Book", Aaron Franklin's "Franklin BBQ"

            Eric Cowperthwaite aka ecowper

          My mother had a pressure cooker when I was a young’un. From what I can tell, an Instant Pot is a fancy pressure cooker.


          • BriggsBBQ
            BriggsBBQ commented
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            I had no idea they didn’t go as high. Strange because the new ones have more safety features but less pressure.

          • Potkettleblack
            Potkettleblack commented
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            Electrics can reach 15psi, but they don't cook there, meaning things go slower. Not slow, but generally about 25% longer in electric at high pressure.

          • IowaGirl
            IowaGirl commented
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            And that's the reason why pressure cookers aren't pressure canners.
        • Polarbear777
          Club Member
          • Sep 2016
          • 1837

          If you have the need to make rice or cook beans from dry without soaking, nothing can beat it.

          good for the sort of things you want to braise quickly.

          72 hours at 135F in SV is roughly equivalent to 8-12 hours in 225F air or about 45-60 minutes under high pressure as far as tenderizing tough cuts (beef). (Obviously factors other than tenderness differ between the methods)


          • CaptainMike
            Club Member
            • Nov 2015
            • 2583
            • The Great State of Jefferson
            • Weber Summit Charcoal Grill w/SnS and DnG (Spartacus)
              Old school big'ol Traeger w/Pro controller (Big Tex)
              2 W22's w/SnS, DnG (1 black, 1 copper) (Minions 1 and 2)
              20+ y/o many times rebuilt Weber Genesis w/GrillGrates (Gas Passer)
              20 x 30 Santa Maria grill (Maria, duh)
              Bradley cabinet smoker (Pepper Gomez)
              36" Blackstone griddle (The Black Beauty)
              Thermoworks Smoke and Thermapen.

            We bought the 8qt a couple of months ago. No complaints, but it's good for whatever you think it's good for so you just have to figure out what's good for you and then you'll know what it's good for. Or something like that...


            • CaptainMike
              CaptainMike commented
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              Attjack I'm going to do leftover turkey stock tomorrow. I think the more we use/try them, the better idea we have about what they are really good for. We've had a couple of total failures, but more than a few successes.

            • Attjack
              Attjack commented
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              We're definitely into the prime season for pressure cooking. I'm curious to see if I'll still want to use my slow cooker. I should have my answer by next spring.

            • JGo37
              JGo37 commented
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              Well said...
          • Ratton454
            Club Member
            • Jul 2018
            • 65

            Hi There!

            I use to think that an Instant Pot was a bit of a gimmick, but after seeing some of the positive comments from several members here I decided to explore what is was all about.

            Long story short I purchased an Instant Pot recently, I bought the 6 quart Duo model and I am loving it! So far everything I have tried turned out great. I have used it to make veggie soup, rice, turkey stock (it has a sauté feature, so I first of all browned the backbone, neck and giblets and then the veggies in the IP so I didn't have to use a separate pan for this), turnip, cabbage and I have been happy with everything!

            For a small family I would recommend the 6 quart, the reason being that it is a pressure cooker and must come up to pressure before it starts to cook, so the larger the pot the more volume it has and the longer it takes to come up to pressure.

            I am happy with the Duo model as I usually only use the manual buttons and not the preset ones, and I don't need bluetooth etc. But each to their own.

            If you have a separate rice cooker, a slow cooker and/or an old style pressure cooker or any combo of these the IP will replace all of them.

            The IP is basically a pressure cooker with a built in computer so you program it to cook for a certain time and it shuts itself off after that time and then goes into a keep warm mode if you want.

            Hope this helps you decide what to get!



            • BriggsBBQ
              BriggsBBQ commented
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              I was the same with the IP. Now I am so happy that I do not have a rice cooker, slow cooker and pressure cooking.
          • fzxdoc
            Founding Member
            • Jul 2014
            • 5312
            • My toys:
              Weber Summit Charcoal Grilling Center (WSCGC) aka Mr. Fancypants
              Pit Barrel Cooker (which rocks)
              Weber Summit S650 Gas Grill
              Weber Kettle Premium 22"
              Weber Jumbo Joe Premium 22" (a weird little 22" kettle mutant on 22"-long legs) (donated to local battered women's shelter.)
              Camp Chef Somerset IV 4-burner outdoor gas range

              Adrenaline BBQ Company's SnS, DnG and Large Charcoal Basket for WSCGC
              Adrenaline BBQ Company's Elevated SS Rack for WSCGC
              Adrenaline BBQ Company's SS Rack for DnG
              Grill Grate for SnS
              Grill Grates: five 17.375 sections (retired to storage)
              Grill Grates: six 19.25 panels for exact fit for Summit S650 gasser
              2 Grill Grate Griddles
              Steelmade Griddle for Summit gas grill

              Fireboard Extreme BBQ Thermometer Package
              Fireboard control unit in addition to that in the Extreme BBQ Package
              Additional Fireboard probes: Competition Probes 1" (3) and 4" (1), 3 additional Ambient Probes. 1 additional Food Probe
              2 Fireboard Driver Cables
              Pit Viper Fan (to pair with Fireboard Fan Driver Cable)
              Pit Viper Fan new design (to pair with Fireboard Fan Driver Cable)
              Thermoworks Thermapen MK5 (pink)
              Thermoworks Thermapen MK4 (pink too)
              Thermoworks Temp Test 2 Smart Thermometer
              Thermoworks Extra Big and Loud Timer
              Thermoworks Timestick Trio
              Maverick ET 73 a little workhorse with limited range
              Maverick ET 733
              Maverick (Ivation) ET 732

              Grill Pinz
              Vortex (two of them)

              Two Joule Sous Vide devices
              VacMaster Pro 350 Vacuum Sealer
              Instant Pot 6 Quart Electric Pressure Cooker
              Instant Pot 10 Quart Electric Pressure Cooker
              Charcoal Companion TurboQue
              A-Maze-N tube 12 inch tube smoker accessory for use with pellets

              BBQ Dragon and Dragon Chimney

              Shun Classic 8" Chef's Knife
              Shun Classic 6" Chef's Knife
              Shun Classic Gokujo Boning and Fillet Knife
              Shun Classic 3 1/2 inch Paring Knife

            Most of the internet recipes have been written for the 6 quart Instant Pot, but that is slowly changing. For size for a family of four or so, the 6 quart is more than adequate. If you're always doing big batches of stuff, then an 8 quart would be the way to go.

            My favorite thing to to on the Instant Pot is what I call my "rear-end save" when I have forgotten to plan something for dinner. You can pop frozen chicken pieces into the Instant Pot, add some liquid and spices, and in 20 minutes or so you have your protein for the meal hot and ready to go. Here are the instructions, along with a ton of ways to use said cooked chicken: http://flavorrd.com/2015/07/instant-pot-insta-chicken/

            And hard boiling a batch of eggs in the IP is amazing. Once cooked, the shells come right off in two large pieces. I use 6-6-6:

            1. Put eggs on rack or in egg holder*. Add 1 cup water and put the lid on.
            2. Manual set for Low pressure 6 minutes.
            3. When timer goes off, let IP sit for 6 minutes more before opening and removing the eggs.
            4. Place eggs in ice water bath for 6 minutes. Peel and eat or store in fridge for future use.

            I always remove the shell when the eggs are cool before storing. That way I don't get that green sulphur ring around the yolk.

            *Here's the egg holder I use:
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            As others have said, you don't really need most of the preset buttons because after a few tries with something, you modify the time settings anyway. I use mine once a week or so. Sometimes for the same meal I have the IP going, the Joule sous vide burbling away and charcoal heating on the grill. Win-win-win.



            • JGo37
              JGo37 commented
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              I've been baking eggs but that's not a solution for the shells. Can't wait to get an egg rack and do the 6-6-6. I just added this to my Amazon list.

            • fzxdoc
              fzxdoc commented
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              JGo37 , you can do them without the egg rack in the IP--just pile them on the rack insert that comes with the pot. I like the distribution on the egg rack better though. Don't forget to add the water!

          • Dr ROK
            Charter Member
            • Dec 2014
            • 1350
            • Morrill, Nebraska
            • Retired high school teacher and principal
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              Yoder 640 on Husker themed comp cart
              Cookshack Smokette smoker
              Antique refrigerator smoker
              Weber 22 1/2" kettle w/ GrillGrates AND Slow and Sear
              Rec Tec Mini Portable Tailgater w/ GrillGrates
              Plenty of GrillGrates
              Uuni wood pellet oven, first generation
              Roccbox Pizza Oven
              Meater Block
              "Go Big Red" Thermopen instant read thermometer
              Ultrafast instant read thermometer
              CDN quick read thermometer
              Maverick ET-732 thermometer
              Maverick ET-735 thermometer
              Tru-Temp wireless thermometer
              Infrared thermometer (Mainly use for pizza on the Uuni and Roccbox)

              Beverages - Is there really anything other than Guinness? Oh yeah, I forgot about tequila!

            I have an off brand one and have really enjoyed using it. I've done, ham and beans, multiple soups, multiple stocks/broths, fresh jalapeño hot sauce, stews, etc. One additional thing I'd recommend is that you definitely get one that comes with a stainless steel insert. No matter how careful you are with a nonstick insert, it will eventually start flaking off. Also, with SS you will be able to get better sears on whatever you're cooking.




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