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Instead of slaving over boiling saucepans or spluttering frying pans, chefs can take the stress out of cookery with the right pressure cooker. These handy kitchen appliances offer rapid cooking speeds and convenient ways to prepare rice, curries, tagines, stews, sauces, cakes, and many more mouth-watering dishes. And all of the UK's biggest brands can be found for less at the hotukdeals pressure cooker listings. Read more
Tefal Electric Pressure Cooker | Cook4me+ - £129.99 delivered @ Tefal Home and Cook
Posted 27th MayPosted 27th May
Reviews seem good, but I don't have one, so can't say how good this product is, just saw the price. Currently arround £270 elsewhere, and looks like the cheapest it has been on Ama… Read more
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When making a curry for instance, it tells you when to add oil and onions, then there’s a timer for how long onions take to fry, when to add peppers, spices etc. The. When that timer is finished it will say “Now add the chicken and close lid”. Then it pressure cooks. There are quite a few recipes in the app and it is really simple to use. It is very flexible. You can use it just as a pressure cooker or it can tell you how to cook different dishes with recipes already installed or through the app.


What kind of stuff isit telling you to add out of interest?


These are great. I have one of these and unlike normal pressure cookers, it tells you what to add, how much to add, and at what time during the cooking process to make the recipe for you. Have made a few fantastic curries.

Morphy Richards MyPot Pressure Cooker 560005 £55.19 Morphy Richards Shop
Posted 18th MayPosted 18th May
Let MyPot be your helping hand in the kitchen, cooking complete meals with the press of a button. The 15-in-1 cooking gadget from Morphy Richards is all you will ever need in your… Read more

the Instant pot stuff looks a little simpler to use and has the ability to air fry with accessories. Not too sure, great price but may spend a bit extra for the benefits


Balls....further to my last. The timer delay function is only on the Pressure cooker activity and not the slow cooker or soup. That’s a little backwards in my opinion and unhelpful for those who find themselves on 12 hour shifts etc. So close Morphy Richards, so close.


Eventually a slow cooker (plus many more skills with this beast) with a delay timer! Plus it looks like a kitchen too Death Star. What’s not to love? Thanks all for your combo effort on the product and discount price available.


Yes Dunelm is cheaper at £47 even without NHS discounts. Cheers


£40.37 on Dunelm if NHS discounts

Asian Pressure Cooker Cookbook: Easy and Healthy Asian Multicooker Recipes Kindle Edition - Free @ Amazon
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Posted 9th MayPosted 9th May
9 ratings Scores 5/5 Paperback is £9.41 This Asian Pressure Cooker Cookbook is highly recommended to all Asian food lovers from true masters of home cooking to beginners… Read more

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Cool story, bro.


Just downloaded, thanks! It contains quite a lot of recipes, more than most of the 'free' kindle books. Not too complex. Perfect for the instantpot.


Sorry to put a damper on this, but how many of the positive voters have an "Instant Pot" (?Pressure Cooker?or even half of the required ingredients? @Boz I love your contributions but this does not work for me.



Ninja Foodi MAX 7.5L Pressure Cooker Air Fryer Dehydrator £179.99 at Argos (£3.95 P&P)
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Posted 6th MayPosted 6th May
Same price on Amazon but out of stock. Take meal times to the max. Feed the whole family with this large capacity multi-cooker. Quickly and easily create delicious meals, snacks,… Read more

Sounds amazing! I think I’m sold.... just when it sold out....


Yeah the smaller one lacks the dehydrate function and the yoghurt making one. If you won't use those functions, then yours is still good. :)


Yeh. That’s when I bought mine. I didn’t realise the smaller one was missing the dehydrator function. Shucks


The Ninja Foodi Max went down to £179.99 on Black Friday, that's when I got mine. I don't think it was released when it was Prime day. The smaller Ninja Foodi went down to £129.99 on Black Friday. :)


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Ninja Foodi Max Multi-Cooker [OP500UK] Electric Pressure Cooker and Air Fryer £179.99 on Amazon
Posted 6th MayPosted 6th May
Was posted here few days ago.for £199.99. Now reduced £20 further. It shows as temporarily oos but can still order. I hope this helps someone. Family-size capacity The pressure co… Read more

Not surprised. If it's anything like their blenders, it won't be great.




cancelled amazon order and currys delivered yesterday did roast veg and crispy salmon mrs said she likes it in the oven better cook it your effing self next time then


Will keep posting until you make it yourself! Btw additional tips, When you turn it over after 10 minutes in bake/roast, pour the remaining marinade in the bowl over the chicken Then, when you take it out, just before you girll it, baste it in some sauce, I use one of those silicone brushes to spread it Then, when you take it out after 5 minutes, baste it again and put it back inside Finally, just before you serve baste it again one last time. It'll form the tastiest, crispiest and juiciest skin! For peri mayo just mix the Nandos sauce with mayo and stir, it takes a little to find the right consistency.


stop it you're making me hungry lol

TEFAL CY505E40 All-in-One Pressure Cooker - Stainless Steel & Black £59.99 @ Currys PC World
Posted 4th MayPosted 4th May
TEFAL CY505E40 All-in-One 6 litre Pressure Cooker - Stainless Steel & Black 2 year manufacture guarantee Functions - Pressure cook - Slow cook - Steam - Brown - Simmer -… Read more
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yip that is the one i have, I paid £64.48 last year and have been very happy with it.


Thanks for all this information, for 20 quid more I believe you can get the instant pot 7 in 1 duo. Could you just confirm this is the one? Thanks alot


Which is better..this tefal model or pressure king pro 5 litre..I would to make currys..browning function required..can you advise?



Wow i wasn’t expecting such a thorough response. I’ll look for the instant pot with the non stick bowl. Thank you so much for your help.

Tefal Electric Pressure Cooker | Cook4me + ( 6 portions ) £129.99 at Home And Cook
Posted 2nd MayPosted 2nd May
100 Built-in Recipes Screen: Full color LCD Inner bowl coating: Ceramic coating and hard oxidation Dishwasher safe

looks very expensive for an electric pressure cooker the only extra compared to others it seems is the recipe which seems a good idea if it works and is updated regularly if it is that would be an awesome feature i have a king pressure pro and they are a lot cheaper and also excellent machines


Extra 10% off with code 5AGAOT5J it’s a steal for £116.90


As a Vine reviewer, I received one free to test 2 years ago. I had tested about 10 different pressure cooker/slow cookers and initially thought this would be the best. It was not. Firstly although you can delay the time and it will go to a stay warm mode, it is not a slow cooker. Its really a pressure cooker. Secondly, if you do not get the liquid right, it will stop the cooking and blow all the steam out of it and you have to start again. It was an absolute fiddle and not as useful as it appears. As far as all the cooking modes went, I eventually used only one. Its one of those ideas that appears to be very clever and it could be, but in actual use, its just not as good as it first appears.


I’ve got one of these and had it about 2 years. Used it quite a few times and found it really decent. Manual options if you want to cook something longer, or as someone has already said, if you want to delay cooking. Has a ‘keep warm’ setting that kicks in when cooking has stopped which is helpful or can be set yourself. Loads of built in recipes, and lots on the app which is very good. Looks good, nice clear screen, and the app seems to get regular updates on recipes etc. I’ve definitely cooked from scratch a lot more since getting this as it makes things very simple and also cooks quickly with great results.


That's true, it's a airfry actifry oven grill all in one for 50 quid more

Neo Stainless Steel 6L 8 Function Electric Pressure Cooker Multi Cooker £35.99 Delivered using code @ eBay / neodirect
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Posted 15th AprPosted 15th Apr
Good price for a multi function pressure cooker, when using the current eBay code. Use the code PRESENT10 at checkout. The ultimate multi-functional pressure cooker from Neo wh… Read more

Thanks for spotting that! I would still go for the Instant Pot (5.7l) or an electric pressure with a stainless steel inner pot. I have an IP and a Cosori which are used almost daily. My ALDI electric pressure cooker had a non-stick inner pot and it was damaged with using the sauté function. I should have just spent the extra and bought better … I learnt to do research then buy the best I can afford especially if I am going to use the item regularly.


I used mine today for the first time. The 'meat' function doesn't work. I now have to go to the hassle of returning it grrrr


I ordered this of ebay bit not showing on pirchase history but in paypal never happened before


Does the rice button act as a simple rice cooker? Or is it something more extravagant?


Ah I didn’t know they have launched all these new models in UK, I got mine (Duo 5.7L) about 2 years ago on Black Friday sale, there was only one model to buy. We use it almost 2/3 times every week & no problems at all! Still acts & looks like new. 😄

Instant Pot Duo 7-in-1 Electric Pressure Cooker - £69.99 Sold by Instant Pot UK and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Posted 11th AprPosted 11th Apr
Not as low as last Christmas sale but a little discount anyways. Please note that all text on this product is in English No more rattles and hisses, no more adjusting the heat … Read more
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Does anyone know how the Bertelin Digi Cooker ( compares to this? It has the Sous Vide function and cheaper than the instant pot.


Haha, a lot of everything seems to be sold out at the moment (cheeky) Hopefully I’ll be able to nab one as soon as they come back in stock (y)


Yeah, a lot of kitchen gadgets are sold out at the moment due to everyone being on lockdown and having to cook. Plus the suppliers might not be getting the items as easily from abroad. They will come back in stock eventually though. (y) This is a good Ninja FB group to join. It is UK too. :)


Ah, thanks for your response, it’s much appreciated (y) Problem is, I’m wanting the Max model but from what I can tell, it’s OOS nationally so I haven’t the slightest clue of when it’ll be back. I’ll definitely check out some Facebook groups and ask; if general consensus comes that it won’t replace my air fryer, then I might just buy an Instant Pot now instead of waiting for god knows how long and just pocket the spare change (cheeky)


I'll be honest with you. When I bought my Ninja Foodi Max, I thought I'd be able to get rid of my air fryer. I haven't though. I've kept my air fryer as I prefer it. That's just me though. I know other Ninja Foodi folks who love air frying in their Foodi. If you're on Facebook, I suggest joining some Ninja Foodi groups and asking on there. You'll get a more varied response. You could always get the Ninja and try it out and send it back if you don't like it. If you buy direct from Ninja, they have a 30 day money back guarantee. I think it is 30 days. Don't get rid of your Philips air fryer until you've tried the Ninja first. :)

Tefal Electric Pressure Cooker Cook4me £129.99 @ Home and Cook (using code)
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Tefal Electric Pressure Cooker Cook4me £129.99 @ Home and Cook (using code)
£129.99£269.9952%Home And Cook Deals
Had an email today with the special offer code in it. Seems a great deal. £140 off with code VIPCOOK4ME Fast and healthy meals at the touch of a button! The one pot digital press… Read more

Really expensive. My pressure king pro cost around £50 last year. What's so special about this one?


We got one Friday. Really impressed... even cooked a whole chicken in it today... took 35 mins from start to finish.


Actually.. I think you'll find that these are flameless!


It might be a good price, I don't know, but these pressure pots should be about 30 quid or something, like top end slow cookers. One hundred and thirty sovs!!! 😳 It's a flamin POT!

Electric Pressure Cooker Cookbook Free - Amazon Kindle
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Posted 14th MarPosted 14th Mar
Electric Pressure Cooker Cookbook Free - Amazon Kindle
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NEW!!! - 2nd Edition with MORE Added Content! Delicious, Quick And Easy To Prepare Electric Pressure Cooker Cookbook Recipes You Can Start Making Tonight! More and more people are… Read more
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I’m sure the author must have been so excited he’d managed to do a second edition.


I'm not sure free makes up for the exclamation marks and "MORE Added Content!". Heat anyway.


Thank you.




Great. Thanks.

Instant Pot Duo 6 SV 5.7L Multi-Use Pressure Cooker 9 in 1 for £71.98 Costco (In Store)
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Instant Pot Duo 6 SV 5.7L Multi-Use Pressure Cooker 9 in 1 for £71.98 Costco (In Store)
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I bought this yesterday from Chester Costco store

Good price brought mine for £90 from Costco last month :( Tried Sous Vide twice, and works great but make sure you get thick steak otherwise there's not much point. I'm using it almost everyday. Edit: looks like Costco has a Price Adjustment Policy so if the prices changes within 30 days of your purchase you can get refunded the difference. I'll pop over there later today :)


Fantastic cooking untensil.


Thanks. I missed the last week one so helped me out thanks! I'll look into it, was after the best one basically haha


Someone posted this last week at Cosco!?! slightly more expensive though


Differences between the Models

Instant Pot Duo 7-in-1 Electric Pressure Cooker, 6 Qt, 5.7Litre, 1000W, Brushed Stainless - Used Very Good condition £65.33 Amazon Warehouse
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Instant Pot Duo 7-in-1 Electric Pressure Cooker, 6 Qt, 5.7Litre, 1000W, Brushed Stainless - Used Very Good condition £65.33 Amazon Warehouse
Instant Pot Duo 7-in-1 Electric Pressure Cooker, 6 Qt, 5.7 Litre, 1000 W, Brushed Stainless Steel/Black 61.82 (used- good), 65.33 (used- very good)

My eggs I cook to runny boiled plunge them in ice water (freezer blocks) then store them in a bowl in the fridge far I've stored them 5 days before finishing them, but I store everything at 2c in the fridge, ..then a brief reheat (sous if I can be bothered or a quick microwave blast & pour them onto toast). Otherwise I'll heat them properly & de-wisp them if either I want the practise for "needlessly hotel" critiqued backwardly done presentation using even more water, but i'm the egg fiend in our house, so slopped out onto toast & butter is the norm (& maybe some cholula or cornish sea salt).


OK, water waste i'm not keen on (the transfer of s/vide to sear on the same unit ..prefer separate to batch cook or use it over a few days. Lack of app auto settings that make the anova more versatile. (jeez that humungeous pro-pain torch is overkill) (lol) A cast iron sear in a small pan is great, but if I had this in a camper van i'd resent the loss of valuable water unless I had a dedicated container & funnel to re-use it a few times rather than good water down the drain, he clearly has an energy wasting constant hot tap. Does the IP sous vide just have a few "steak /pork" settings or does it allow more complex wider ranging use ..that's what I cannot get my head round without context at the moment, as obviously the Anova allows multiple "state of done-ness" choice type precision, if you connect it up which I cannot see here. To me without more info the IP for sous vide is akin to hernia inducing testicle strangulating pants, ..Instantpot have held back the connective IPot for around 4 years the uk market is fed the cast offs of the big overall range, that limits its versatility & brand advantage which has since had plenty of competition, ..seems daft


If I can get past the "texan drawling harold shipman" i'll get back to you (y)


Yes, I do love my Anova and the fact I can use it for any size pot. I'm going to research the batch egg cooking thing though, as I haven't done that. How do you store them? This is the video I saw comparing both products. Anova Vs Instantpot He did do a great deal of testing throughout the process too. Might be perfect for someone that just wants a single product that does as much as the Instantpot. I got mine from Costco and I think they still have them on offer. I got it with the intention of selling my slow cooker and Wifi Anova, but I'm not sure I can let either go yet XD


If it isn't someone from the likes of serious eats then I'd take their word with a pinch of salt until more info from competent sources are in (yup, I understand stick wands are newer than standard immersion of boil in the bag in a pan & sous vide isn't boil in the bag, but y'know what I mean). I think circulation impeller (pump & return) allows more precise play across the item cooking for more even temperature control for the early dunking of something that is thicker in parts than others (perhaps even frozen) so consistent warm flow & pasteurisation is more spot on. Not of course forgetting the fact that if you can balance it on a pot you can use any pot (or picnic cooler) & the likes of the Anova takes a lot of the research out of things by dint of the connectivity of pre-tried recipes (of mainly meat) XD I do like my eggs batch sous vide for a runny lazy poached egg (say 16 at a time) left in the shell, & simply warmed through for 10 minutes. ..& despite owning the 8 litre Instantpot (our 1st one) It does limit the size of what you can do, ..ribs, bacon etc. Not having played with it to see it though i'm ready to be surprised at the IPot version, ..seems like they will never put out the bluetooth unit to the uk market & that's where their Sous vide would have kick ass potential.

Vida 6L Electric Pressure Cooker £29.20 (using code) @ Ebuyer / Ebay
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Vida 6L Electric Pressure Cooker £29.20 (using code) @ Ebuyer / Ebay
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Use code PAID20 at checkout for this price. Make nutritious meals quickly and easily with the Vida 6L Electric Pressure Cooker. Every kitchen can benefit, making it easy to rust… Read more

Can you saute in the inner pot before the pressure cooking stage?


Nope, have an IP and pkp


Always fancied one, no brainier at this price... thanks OP


Has anyone had issues with the non stick peeling off? This is putting me off...


Bought one of these before Christmas and has been excellent

Instant Pot Duo 6 SV 5.7L Multi-Use Pressure Cooker - Costco - £78.99
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Instant Pot Duo 6 SV 5.7L Multi-Use Pressure Cooker - Costco - £78.99
£78.99£79.991%Costco Deals
Absolute Hot Buy: at all Costco stores (stock dependent, but online for sure). Instant Pot Duo 6 SV 5.7L Multi-Use Pressure Cooker The Instant Pot Duo SV is the newest smart … Read more

It’s daft isn’t it: such a simple mistake and people blame the device because it doesn’t behave the same way as a different cooking method. It’s like taking back a lawnmower because it’s not very good at being a strimmer. I can only imagine that people think pressure cooking works by immersion rather than pressurised steam


Then use less liquid, problem solved. It happened to me in the beginning, now I’ve learnt.


There’s definitely an enthusiast community, and while people are free to exercise their enthusiasm as they see fit, it does get a bit silly when people are pressure cooking chicken breasts and creating stringy meat that takes longer to cook than it would under a grill. Absurd as it seems though, boiled eggs are great in the IP - you can cook loads at once and the white comes out really tender.


Potatoes come out so fluffy compared to boiling, beef comes out so tender in such a short time. I made chicken Biryani and was so simple and yummy. Brought one of these so I can cook 2 things at the same time like rice and curry. I brought mine from Aliexpress for £13 because cheapest I've seen in the UK is around £23 +


It's quite good for some types of cooking, but it is oversold because enthusiastic users try to use them for everything. I'm sure that it saves energy, less condensation and smells. It's super power is boiling eggs. It's so good for that.

Pressure king pro 8 in 1 digital pressure cooker £25 instore @ Morrisons Walsall
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Pressure king pro 8 in 1 digital pressure cooker £25 instore @ Morrisons Walsall
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:D I'm not qualified in that area


Which morrisons?


I'm abnormal and my wife is normal what do I do (confused)


3 litre is fine for 2 normal people


These are fab, got one gifted to us and can recommend.

Pressure King Pro 8-in-1 3L Digital Pressure Cooker - Copper £36.99 @ Argos
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Pressure King Pro 8-in-1 3L Digital Pressure Cooker - Copper £36.99 @ Argos
Smart cooker at clearance price @ Argos.
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Try to get a normal pressure cooker which cooks on gas which will save lot of Money instead of electric..


Just use it and you won’t regret it. I have the instant pot and it’s the only gadget I use so much


283 miles for me.


These are truly brilliant, we have had numerous pressure cookers in the past Our Von Sheff (£50) is the same as this. Just really great


Only available in Bourne which is over 100 miles from me.

Pressure King Pro 8-in-1 3L Digital Pressure Cooker - Copper £39.99 @ Argos
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Pressure King Pro 8-in-1 3L Digital Pressure Cooker - Copper £39.99 @ Argos
Make great food faster, healthier and easier. Introducing the bestselling, compact kitchen king – the 8in1 Drew&Cole Pressure King Pro. Perfect for small families, couples or i… Read more

These are blumming brilliant, no way would i even touch one of the time bomb pressure cookers my mum had , I ran out of the kitchen every time she used it , this is as safe as houses , worried at first but I use it at least 3 times a week


(y) Thanks for posting


Got the 6l fantastic. But inner pot not got a very good non stick coating


excellant product really easy to use only issue the inside bowl marks easy


I have this model and apart from making sure the pressure release is toggled to get up steam it's really easy to cook with. Cassorole and Rice Puddings seem to be most popular in our household. Recipe book that comes with it is basic but I'm sure there's plenty on the web. A prevoius poster mentions the Wilco version which I also have. That I feel has versatile features and it dosent build up the pressure in the same way, you can pop the lid open much quicker to add ingredients and check how it's cooking.

Sage Fast Slow Pro 6L pressure cooker £95 @ Amazon
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Posted 17th JanPosted 17th Jan
Sage Fast Slow Pro 6L pressure cooker £95 @ Amazon
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Sage Fast Slow Pro 6L pressure cooker. Can pressure cook, slow cook, steam, reduce, sauté and sear. Never seen this below £119, but the price is currently £199 at Currys.
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This is now £137


Actually I think someone possibly posted a duplicate of this deal maybe (confused)


No, I think that was this one but the price has been changed since. The one posted yesterday was for £95 but I think someone has deleted that from existence possibly as a duplicate deal to this one. I don't know but I'm confused now


Is that the one from less than 2 weeks ago that listed this as £25 more expensive than it is now but still managed to get heat? This site confuses the crap out of me sometimes



Vida 6 Function 6 Litre Electric Pressure Cooker £33.48 delivered at Ebuyer
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Vida 6 Function 6 Litre Electric Pressure Cooker £33.48 delivered at Ebuyer
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Same product on eBay for £36.50 Vida 6 Function 6 Litre Electric Pressure Cooker Electric Pressure Cooker Capacity: 6L 6 Functions Cuts cook… Read more

Pretty good deal as eBay's PARTYTIME voucher is over :) I've just bought a 6L slow cooker from Argos for £20, Can this slow cook (12 hours etc)... I might return the slow cooker as I haven't used it yet Edit I can't find instructions or the manual online anywhere.. I just need to know if temperature and importantly cooking time can be set so I can use as a slow cooker


Got it for £26 with multiple offers before Christmas. It is really good works better than I expected.


are these any good?


Ah ok I see thanks!


Isn’t the postage extra?

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