8-Qt. Emeril Lagasse Pressure Cooker Plus
Chef Emeril believes that every home kitchen deserves appliances that offer a wide range of custom cooking capabilities. Designed for effortless one-touch cooking right on your countertop, the Emeril Lagasse Pressure Cooker Plus is a professional quality, multi-purpose pressure cooker that delivers mouthwatering, family-size meals 70% faster than traditional cooking. Replace seven different appliances with just one pot: pressure cooker, canner, slow cooker, steamer, rice cooker, electric cookware, and soup maker. No more spending hours in the kitchen. Your family’s favorite homemade meals cook to perfection quickly and easily with just the touch of a button – all in one pot. Dishwasher-safe parts make clean-up fast and effortless
|Preprogrammed Settings||7: Canning/Preserving, Soup/Stew, Slow Cook, Rice/Risotto, Beans/Lentils, Fish/Vegetables/Steam, Chicken/Meat|
|Panel Type||LED Touch Panel|
|Product Dimensions||14.6” x 15.6” x 13.5”|
|Power Cord Length||39"|
What is the capacity of the Pressure Cooker Plus?
8 quart units are available. The Pressure Cooker Plus comes in 8 quarts.
Can I adjust the cooking time on the unit?
Yes, there is a Time Adjust button. On the Pressure Cooker Plus the pressure is automatically adjusted by the preset buttons.
Can I adjust the pressure?
No you cannot adjust the pressure on this unit.
Can I sauté or brown food in these units?
Yes, press the Sauté button with the lid off before pressurizing. The Pressure Cooker Plus has a Sauté button for sautéing.
Can these units slow cook?
Yes, these units have a Slow Cook feature. The pressure lid is not used when slow cooking.
How will I know when the pressure cooker has pressurized?
Once pressure is built, the zeroes on the display will stop rotating and will begin counting down the cooking time.
When can I remove the Lid from the Pressure Cooker?When all pressure is released, the lid may be removed. The Pressure Release Valve should always be used to release pressure before attempting to open the lid. If the lid has ANY resistance to opening, this indicates that the cooker is still pressurized – do not force the lid open. Press the pressure release again and you may need to allow the unit to sit while pressure naturally releases.