COSORI 2 Litre Electric Pressure Cooker - £50.99 - Sold by adiman and Fulfilled by Amazon
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COSORI 2 Litre Electric Pressure Cooker - £50.99 - Sold by adiman and Fulfilled by Amazon

£50.99£59.99 15% Amazon Deals
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Found 19th Nov
COSORI 7-in-1 Mini Electric Pressure Cooker, 2 Litre

Got this for £59.99 a couple of weeks ago. I love it so much, I even wrote a review (one from 18 November 2017) which I rarely do. Is on offer for £50.99 for the next few hours!

You can get cheaper makes but this 2 litre one is a very nice size for smaller kitchens and households. I didn't find the manual easy to follow for the various menu options but YouTube has helpful videos and the recipe book has a cheat sheet which does the job.

Delivers an almost fool proof way of cooking really good food with minimal effort...

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Reviews looks good, will give it a try. thanks

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Lilou12310 h, 8 m ago

£47.95 today! Lighting deal. …£47.95 today! Lighting deal. https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B073CV96BY/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?smid=A22TIHZLUJJQHN&psc=1


Don't know how I missed this! Thanks for sharing though I hope others saw your comment and picked up this gem of a bargain.

I just clicked your link as i wanted to buy it and the deal appeared. I was surprised too as i knew your deal expired.
Edited by: "Lilou123" 5th Dec

Cant wait to try it. I will receive it on Friday

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Lilou1235th Dec

Cant wait to try it. I will receive it on Friday


I love it so much that I even get happy when I read things like this! I'm excited for you

Yey! I cooked dog food to test it. Perfect result. then rice pud with apples. I think i am going to love it too The only thing that annoys me is warming up time. I taught it will cook in 15min. But no..it warms up 5-10 min (? Not sure how long) than I need to wait 15min after its cooked to safely open lid..

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Lilou12313 h, 2 m ago

Yey! I cooked dog food to test it. Perfect result. then rice pud with …Yey! I cooked dog food to test it. Perfect result. then rice pud with apples. I think i am going to love it too The only thing that annoys me is warming up time. I taught it will cook in 15min. But no..it warms up 5-10 min (? Not sure how long) than I need to wait 15min after its cooked to safely open lid..


Yeah, pressure build up time is 5-10 minutes, depends on how full the pot is and what is inside (bigger pots might take less time to pressure due to higher wattage). Then cook time can be from 1 to however many minutes, depending on what you are cooking. But you can press the pressure release button to release the steam once it is done so you don't have to wait too long (about a minute or so) to open the lid. I like not having to rush back to the kitchen but I still do usually respond to the beeps cos I want to see the result! My annoyances are with the manual and recipe book. For example, it doesn't explain the yoghurt or bake options. And some of the timings don't add up.
Edited by: "yellowstickering" 10th Dec

yellowstickering10th Dec

Yeah, pressure build up time is 5-10 minutes, depends on how full the pot …Yeah, pressure build up time is 5-10 minutes, depends on how full the pot is and what is inside (bigger pots might take less time to pressure due to higher wattage). Then cook time can be from 1 to however many minutes, depending on what you are cooking. But you can press the pressure release button to release the steam once it is done so you don't have to wait too long (about a minute or so) to open the lid. I like not having to rush back to the kitchen but I still do usually respond to the beeps cos I want to see the result! My annoyances are with the manual and recipe book. For example, it doesn't explain the yoghurt or bake options. And some of the timings don't add up.


Thanks for the advise, very helpful. there are more recipes for instant pot which is basicaly the same thing. I signed up to Instantpot Facebook group, lots of very entusiastic people there
Today I tried to warm up the pot on simmer setting, while adding ingredients, so it heats up quicker. It started to smell like burning plastic. Not sure what i did wrong...
Edited by: "Lilou123" 12th Dec

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Lilou12312th Dec

Thanks for the advise, very helpful. there are more recipes for instant …Thanks for the advise, very helpful. there are more recipes for instant pot which is basicaly the same thing. I signed up to Instantpot Facebook group, lots of very entusiastic people there Today I tried to warm up the pot on simmer setting, while adding ingredients, so it heats up quicker. It started to smell like burning plastic. Not sure what i did wrong...


I've found the saute setting needs pretty much constant monitoring and stirring else it starts scorching the bottom of the pot. Not sure about the burning plastic... just make sure you don't leave the pressure cooker lid on when using that function.

I don't know if you've had any issues with trying to clean burnt stuff from the stainless steel pot...I have (cos I've been experimenting) and so Bar Keepers Friend has really been my friend!

I'll try to join the Facebook group when I have more time. I've come across some good Instant Pot websites and YouTube channels. Learnt you can do pot in pot cooking too in the bigger pots...but not sure in the 2 litre one.

Have you tried to make yoghurt in yours? Don't bother following the COSORI recipe. One of the Amazon reviewers of gives a really simple how to so I'm planning to try that soon.

I noticed her yoghurt review on amazon too. But i havent make it yet.
I burn pots quite often so i was hoping this pot is burn proof. But if i add more water than it wont happen i guess.
I am looking for a recipe book, i downloaded some samples from amazon. But so far i only cooked dog food . My first human food i plan to do is cheescake.
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