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Sage The Fast Slow Pro 6L Slow Cooker BPR700BSSDesigned by Sage, the Fast Slow Pro is an intelligent all-in-one multi cooker that both slow cooks and pressure cooks. Automatically adjusting time, temperature and pressure, it ensures delicious, perfectly cooked meals every time, whether you’ve got all day or a couple of hours. Cooking everything from casseroles to curries, Bolognese to pot roast, and lamb shanks to cheesecakes, it’s an easy-to-use one-pot marvel.

Pre-Set Functions

The Fast Slow Pro features 6 pre-installed settings. Selecting ‘Slow Cook’ turns the Fast Slow Pro into a traditional slow cooker, and uses a low temperature to gradually break down and tenderise tougher cuts of meat for delicious stews and casseroles. The pressure cooking function increases the pressure within the machine to speed this process up, perfect if you’re in a bit of a rush. There are also options for searing your meat in the bowl before stewing, sautéing vegetables for a rich base, reducing and steaming.

By using the easy-to-use dials and buttons on the front of the machine to navigate the clear LCD display, you can quickly and easily select one of these settings. There are also pre-set functions for different foods, from rice and risotto to lamb shanks and Bolognese. After choosing your option, the Fast Slow Pro automatically adjusts the temperature, time and pressure, guaranteeing you perfectly tender food with minimal effort.

Dual sensors at the top and bottom constantly monitor the ingredients for more accurate temperature and pressure control, and a hands-free, variable steam release function allows steam to be released safely and automatically as your food cooks.

How Pressure Cooking Works

Pressure cookers work by heating water in a sealed pot with a valve to control the steam pressure. Inside the pot, the temperature of water rises above the usual boiling point of 100°C, instead going up to 212°C. The increased pressure caused by the steam forces the liquid and moisture into your food, cooking it quicker, and, as steam applies uniform pressure to all surfaces, prevents food from coming out looking crushed or smashed.

The Fast Slow Pro from Sage uses a cleverly integrated ‘Steam Release’ button to keep your hands well away from the steam as it is let out of the pot at the end of cooking. It also lets you release steam quickly, slowly, or in pulses. This is because different foods need to release steam in different ways. Stocks, for example, need pressure to be relieved naturally to keep them clear. This means, whether you’re cooking stocks or stews, they always come out perfect.

Customisable

If you don’t want to use the pre-set settings, the dials on the front also allow you to manually set the time and temperature, giving you complete control and the possibility to experiment with different foods. There is also a keep warm function, which keeps your food hot and ready to eat for up to two hours, just in case you’re not quite ready.

From everything from soups to curries, steaming fish and dumplings or thickening sauces and stocks, the Fast Slow Pro knows exactly how to get the most out of your ingredients.

Features

  • Combined pressure and slow cooker
  • 6 pre-installed smart functions
  • Dual sensors monitor temperature and pressure
  • Easy steam release button
  • Customisable functions


Model No. BPR700BSS

About the Sage Range

Sage are expert at designing kitchen appliances with cleverly integrated functions to take the stress out of cooking. Their range of smart appliances, which includes kettles, toasters, and blenders, through to their ice cream maker and microwaves, has been exactingly considered to give you perfect results every time, all at the push of a button. Whether its prepping, boiling, whisking, whipping, grilling, cooking and baking, thanks to Sage, cooking has never been so easy.

Each appliance is easy to use, with straightforward controls that do all the thinking for you to give precise results every time. Their impressive range of appliances also come with recipes, hints and tips which help you get the most from your tea-maker, coffee machine or bread maker. The Sage range is an advanced, high-spec collection that's head and shoulders above the competition.


6 litre. 37 x 30 x 32cm H. 1100W.
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I have a pressure king pro and an instant pot. This is rather an expensive version of an electrical pressure cooker. Better designs out there at far less. Amazon have the 8l IP for £79.99 a far better deal.
999kernow07/01/2020 14:32

I have a pressure king pro and an instant pot. This is rather an expensive …I have a pressure king pro and an instant pot. This is rather an expensive version of an electrical pressure cooker. Better designs out there at far less. Amazon have the 8l IP for £79.99 a far better deal.


Which would you recommend, instant pot 8l or pressure king 6l. Both are a similar price at the moment.
grinnaslee07/01/2020 14:36

Which would you recommend, instant pot 8l or pressure king 6l. Both are a …Which would you recommend, instant pot 8l or pressure king 6l. Both are a similar price at the moment.


The 8l IP I have is a large item, doesn't fit under standard height wall cabinets. But you can cook small amounts in it. I use the pkp 6l one every day, Can just about fit a Lidl large fresh chicken in that one. If rest of family come over 4 or more adults I use the 8l. The pkp non stick inner pot is dreadfull. IP has stainless steel, can purchase spares. I prefer the pkp but maybe because I'm used to it.
Edited by: "999kernow" 7th Jan
999kernow07/01/2020 14:46

The 8l IP I have is a large item, doesn't fit under standard height wall …The 8l IP I have is a large item, doesn't fit under standard height wall cabinets. But you can cook small amounts in it. I use the pkp 6l one every day, Can just about fit a Lidl large fresh chicken in that one. If rest of family come over 4 or more adults I use the 8l. The pkp non stick inner pot is dreadfull. IP has stainless steel, can purchase spares. I prefer the pkp but maybe because I'm used to it.



Thanks, can you cook small amounts in the instant pot? The only issue maybe not fitting under standard cabinets. How does it compare to the PKP which seems to visually look better?
grinnaslee07/01/2020 14:50

Thanks, can you cook small amounts in the instant pot? The only issue …Thanks, can you cook small amounts in the instant pot? The only issue maybe not fitting under standard cabinets. How does it compare to the PKP which seems to visually look better?


Yes, like 1 chiken breast
They both do the same thing. I rarely use pre set programmes, prefer manual and adjust time myself. And added bonus you can cook large joint straight from frozen. I do frozen lamb for 90 mins fall off bone tender
Or 4 frozen chicken breasts 250 ml water or stock in the 6l pkp
15 mins cooking time leave to natural release 10 mins. Succulant and done in total of half hour.
Edited by: "999kernow" 7th Jan
It’s been this price at JL for ages
999kernow07/01/2020 14:57

Yes, like 1 chiken breastThey both do the same thing. I rarely use pre set …Yes, like 1 chiken breastThey both do the same thing. I rarely use pre set programmes, prefer manual and adjust time myself. And added bonus you can cook large joint straight from frozen. I do frozen lamb for 90 mins fall off bone tender Or 4 frozen chicken breasts 250 ml water or stock in the 6l pkp15 mins cooking time leave to natural release 10 mins. Succulant and done in total of half hour.


So best go for the instant pot? Height dims seem the same for both.
This is the which recommended pressure cooker - even though its more expensive.
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