Instant Pot Accu SV800 UK Precision Cooker for Perfect Sous Vide Cooking £69.95 Sold by Instant Pot UK and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Instant Pot Accu SV800 UK Precision Cooker for Perfect Sous Vide Cooking £69.95 Sold by Instant Pot UK and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Edited by:"deany76"Found 3rd Oct
Cook the perfect steak (or perfect anything) with Sous Vide method. This was approx £130 on Instant Pot website, I set an alert for £90 on camelcamelcamel and it hit £69.95!
Not got an Instant Pot? I dont see any problem attaching to a large container
Bargain
ps
its as quiet as a mouse from the youtube videos I've watched, unlike other Sous Vide attachments

26 Comments

I'm not googling "Instant Pot" at work for any deal

Original Poster

steve105747 m ago

I'm not googling "Instant Pot" at work for any deal


Took me a while but (I think) I got there in the end

Love my Anova!

How on earth did people manage before these things were invented?

Doesn't see so cheap though.

I bought the Anova, with wifi and bluetooth, for £75 last week. Seems a much better device.


gizmodo.com/ano…013
Edited by: "LotusJas" 3rd Oct

So tempted...already use the Instant Pot all the time.

deany7631 m ago

Where did you buy your Anova wifi & bluetooth from for £75.00?...a car …Where did you buy your Anova wifi & bluetooth from for £75.00?...a car boot sale ?camelcamelcamel have best price £134.99https://uk.camelcamelcamel.com/Anova-Precision-Cooker-Bluetooth-WI-FI/product/B01MZ6Q45C

There was a deal on official website.
I bought mine for 74 pounds last week as well.
To be fair, it is just a stock clear out before they release the new gen 3

deany7646 m ago

Where did you buy your Anova wifi & bluetooth from for £75.00?...a car …Where did you buy your Anova wifi & bluetooth from for £75.00?...a car boot sale ?camelcamelcamel have best price £134.99https://uk.camelcamelcamel.com/Anova-Precision-Cooker-Bluetooth-WI-FI/product/B01MZ6Q45C

Still £74 NEW for the Anova
hotukdeals.com/dea…595

For anyone buying one of those, or who like me bought the Anova the other week. I bought one each of these from Wilko

wilko.com/pla…320

This looks to be perfect for cooking one or two steaks or similar quantity of food.

14 litre

This one will do much more if you are cooking for the family.

They both have loose fitting but secure lids that I am going to cut to allow the Anova to fit snuglty through them to minimise water loss through evaporation.
I left the smaller one full of water and increased the temperature a few degrees at a time until it reached 90 degrees C and I left it at that for 15 minutes. The plastic did not melt but it did soften and bulge very slightly due to the weight of the volume of water and it was obviously hot to the touch so needs to be somewhere no one would accidentally touch it or knock it over.
I just need to find something to use as racking when using he larger one to allow free movement around each sealed bag.

Currently at £1.50 and £2.00 they are much better value than anything I have seen especially made for doing sous vide with the wand type cookers.
Edited by: "sandra51" 4th Oct

Interesting, hadn't considered a plastic container.

tek-monkey7 m ago

Interesting, hadn't considered a plastic container.



Amazon do this one in polycarbonate that will probably not bulge at the higher temperatures like the polypropylene one from Wilko but look at the price

18Litre Container and Lid

Or these ones :

Rubbermaid

Original Poster

I was hoping we'd get to 135 degrees- the perfect steak.

Anyone out there with friends who can push this deal over 100 degrees?

thanks
Edited by: "deany76" 4th Oct

Original Poster

Thanks folks with a little help from your friends
Edited by: "deany76" 4th Oct

Expensive, but I do love my Instant Pot... Definitely hot from me though.

A few times I've done belly pork and steak in a pressure cooker and then barbequed it or seared in a dry pan and I like it even more than the sous-vide.

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Duelling.Duck10 h, 45 m ago

A few times I've done belly pork and steak in a pressure cooker and then …A few times I've done belly pork and steak in a pressure cooker and then barbequed it or seared in a dry pan and I like it even more than the sous-vide.



Sure, depends on how you like your Pork, I perfer "fall apart/fall off the bone ribs" personally.

I think folks in an ideal world would benefit from.

• Instant Pot
• Sous Vide
• Weber or 'Knock off'
• Gas for stir fry AND BIR!
• Halogen oven for.... chips
• sandwich maker or George Forman grill
• a dishwasher, it saves Marages again thanks for Folks for pushing this deal over 100, my first deal for a while, I appreciate the Love
Edited by: "deany76" 5th Oct

I use a slow cooker and a £1 thermometer to make the best sous vide rib eye steak ever

deany7650 m ago

Sure, depends on how you like your Pork, I perfer "fall apart/fall off the …Sure, depends on how you like your Pork, I perfer "fall apart/fall off the bone ribs" personally.


That's exactly how it is after pressure cooking. It's amazing. You can reduce it to an almost watery slush and then get an amazing Maillard reaction crust on it.

If anyone runs out of sous-vide bags and needs something to use then oven roasting bags work well as they're fully waterproof. I tried loads of Ikea bags and things but they were naff and pour-and-store bags are ok if you suck the air out.

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Duelling.Duck35 m ago

That's exactly how it is after pressure cooking. It's amazing. You can …That's exactly how it is after pressure cooking. It's amazing. You can reduce it to an almost watery slush and then get an amazing Maillard reaction crust on it.If anyone runs out of sous-vide bags and needs something to use then oven roasting bags work well as they're fully waterproof. I tried loads of Ikea bags and things but they were naff and pour-and-store bags are ok if you suck the air out.



Thanks for input. Have you tried this recipe for "fall off the bone ribs" its my "go to", Perfect every time
Sweet Baby Rays available at Iceland and Tesco
Edited by: "deany76" 5th Oct

sandra514th Oct

For anyone buying one of those, or who like me bought the Anova the other …For anyone buying one of those, or who like me bought the Anova the other week. I bought one each of these from Wilkohttp://www.wilko.com/plastic-stackable-storage/wilko-modular-storage-box-and-lid-56-litre/invt/0449320This looks to be perfect for cooking one or two steaks or similar quantity of food.14 litreThis one will do much more if you are cooking for the family. They both have loose fitting but secure lids that I am going to cut to allow the Anova to fit snuglty through them to minimise water loss through evaporation. I left the smaller one full of water and increased the temperature a few degrees at a time until it reached 90 degrees C and I left it at that for 15 minutes. The plastic did not melt but it did soften and bulge very slightly due to the weight of the volume of water and it was obviously hot to the touch so needs to be somewhere no one would accidentally touch it or knock it over.I just need to find something to use as racking when using he larger one to allow free movement around each sealed bag.Currently at £1.50 and £2.00 they are much better value than anything I have seen especially made for doing sous vide with the wand type cookers.

I use Rubbermaid. Yes more expensive but superb quality and probably more cost effective in the long run. Really thick and robust and a lid that secures fully and easily.

deany7614 h, 26 m ago

Thanks for input. Have you tried this recipe for "fall off the bone ribs" …Thanks for input. Have you tried this recipe for "fall off the bone ribs" its my "go to", Perfect every timeSweet Baby Rays available at Iceland and Tesco [Video]



Rah! That's the ticket. I've messed about with doing some fun things after the sous-vide, even using a weed burner to finish off meat. Best results have been just using a barbeque chimney starter because it's crazy quick rather than doing a full thing. Urrghhhh... I want juicy, juicy meat so much now

Duelling.Duck5th Oct

Rah! That's the ticket. I've messed about with doing some fun things …Rah! That's the ticket. I've messed about with doing some fun things after the sous-vide, even using a weed burner to finish off meat. Best results have been just using a barbeque chimney starter because it's crazy quick rather than doing a full thing. Urrghhhh... I want juicy, juicy meat so much now


can you elaborate on the chimney starter? I have a chimney starter, but I'm failing to visualise what you're doing.

as an aside, I imagine a blowtorch is a good method

Original Poster

sh2020 m ago

can you elaborate on the chimney starter? I have a chimney starter, but …can you elaborate on the chimney starter? I have a chimney starter, but I'm failing to visualise what you're doing.as an aside, I imagine a blowtorch is a good method



This is the idea,

although he needs to leave the coals a bit longer
The grill I use is an after market grill from a Weber 'Smokey Joe'. Its a little on the light side, and slightly to big. I cant find a weighty one other than the USA amazon.com/gp/…c=1
this would be ideal and the type in the video.I need to find my Dremel and make two notches as well
cheers

deany7632 m ago

This is the idea, [Video] although he needs to leave the coals a bit …This is the idea, [Video] although he needs to leave the coals a bit longerThe grill I use is an after market grill from a Weber 'Smokey Joe'. Its a little on the light side, and slightly to big. I cant find a weighty one other than the USA https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B06XCB3FLY/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?smid=A30N0K82PCB3XJ&psc=1this would be ideal and the type in the video.I need to find my Dremel and make two notches as wellcheers


well I never! that's a brilliant idea - cheers

Original Poster

sh201 h, 26 m ago

well I never! that's a brilliant idea - cheers



Ideal for campers as well.

With Sous vide the sear time is greatly reduced, compared to the video.
Cheers

Original Poster

Just got mine today.

One thing I've found, if you attach to Instant Pot the water level must be at least 50% more than min, otherwise its very noisy. Not sure why this is, I.can only guess the water deafens the sound.

So far very happy.

edit
Cooked a steak first cook, 135 degrees 2 hours and seared on griddl, best I have ever had, even if I say so myself!
Edited by: "deany76" 13th Oct
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