IP LUX60

The 6-in-1 Instant Pot IP LUX60 review In this fast moving world that demand you to work faster and more efficiently, you need devices that would keep up with your daily life. These days, most people spend more time at work than at home due to their extremely high job demands. Some people even tend to forget to eat, or getting enough rest. Due to traffic and the limited space in the city, people prefer to stay and live in a small apartment near downtown. In a confined space like an apartment, you might not have enough space for a variety of kitchen appliances, such as food processor, rice cooker, blender, microwave, bread maker, and many more. to save up space in your kitchen, an all in one kitchen appliance might seem to be the best option to solve your lack of space problem. Introducing an instant pot that would make any of your food processing activities to be a bliss. The Instant Pot IP LUX60 review has shown a constant greeting not only from critics, but also from general consumers. It provides a simple and fast food processing experience for an amateur cook like yourself!
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Instant Pot IP LUX60 review

The brand new Instant Pot IP LUX60 review

The sleek stainless steel pot has both the brains and beauty when it come to an instant pot. It is unlike most of other instant electric pot cooker that use materials with lesser quality, the IP LUX60 provide you with an uncomplicated and amazingly easy cooking experience. The inner pot is protected by 3 layers of stainless steel, making it a non sticky and faster cooking time. It is a multi cooker with 6 in one features. The latest Instant Pot IP LUX60 review has shown and demonstrate the amazing functions of slow cooker, pressure cooker, warmer and sauté, and rice cooker. You can make a variety of foods ranging from, congee, steamed rice, chilli, and many more. it is equipped with 10 cooking programs that you can choose from.

The manual cooking feature of the IP LUX60

Besides the fully automated cooking programs that the instant pot has to offer, the IP LUX60 also provide a manually adjusted setting. If you feel like slow cooking but does not want your foods to be cooked at 100 degree Celsius, you can choose from the three of the following temperature adjustment mode, ranging between 88 to 94 degrees of Celsius, 90 to 96, and the one with most heat but still below the boiling point at around 93 to 99 degrees of Celsius.

If you are planning to sauté your foods, the high heat of the food cooking process can also be adjusted according to your need with the lowest heat at around 135 to 150 degree of Celsius to the hottest at 175 to 210 degrees of Celsius. Another manual feature according to Instant Pot IP LUX60 review is the possibility of delayed timer. It is a timer that can be adjusted to delayed cooking of your ingredients that are non perishable up to 24 hours. Moreover, the IP LUX60 instant pot is also able to automatically keep your food warm after a pressure cooking mode without burning or ruining your foods.

IP LUX60 review

The turbo cooking mode

Sometimes, you may need to rush into your cooking whenever someone is coming over for dinner and you have completely forgotten about it. If you do not have hours to prepare dinner, you can turn up your instant cooker for a turbo cooking process, there is however the downside. The downside might be in you end of the month electricity bills! The possibility to cook way faster that the usual time is made possible by consuming up to one thousand Watt! This turbo heating element might be helpful whenever you are in only in a rush. It is recommended that you do not use this turbo cooking mode too often as it may cause expensive electricity bills as well as increasing the chance of overheating of the instant pot. You do not want your new instant pot to go malfunction right? So, mind the use of your revolutionary instant pot to make it a long lasting kitchen appliance at your home that you can use any time for years to come.

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