Internet #301164623

Model #EPCK 42941 BK

Perfect Sear 6.25 Qt. Black Stainless Steel Electric Pressure Cooker

  • Prepare food without any hassle with this digital pressure cooker
  • Dedicated presets ensure convenient usage
  • 6.25 qt. capacity is perfect to cook for a family of 6 or 7
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$7599
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Highlights
  • Prepare food without any hassle with this digital pressure cooker
  • Dedicated presets ensure convenient usage
  • 6.25 qt. capacity is perfect to cook for a family of 6 or 7
  • Use the sear function to get a nice brown surface on the meat
  • Built-in safety level keeps you safe from hazards
Capacity (L)
5.91
Maximum Heating Temperature (Fahrenheit)
0
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Product Overview

The Kalorik Black and Stainless Steel Perfect Sear Pressure Cooker can be used as a pressure cooker, slow cooker, steamer and more. Use this versatile 6.25 Qt. unit to prepare roasts, beans, or stews. Pressure cooker can be set to high or low as well as the 7 presets for a hassle-free experience. Use the automatic keep-warm feature to keep your meals heated; use the delayed start function to prepare meals while you are at work, school, or on the go. And for safety the Kalorik Black and Stainless Steel Perfect Sear Pressure Cooker has 7 safety levels built in.
  • California residents
  • Large 6.25 Qt. capacity
  • High temperature searing function; brown meat before pressure-cooking
  • Digital control panel with 10 functions
  • Easy to navigate and program
  • Low and high pressure modes
  • 5 preset menus for meat, chicken, fish, rice and beans
  • Automatic keep-warm function and delayed start
  • Features 7 built-in safety mechanisms
  • Includes cooking pot, large steam basket, measuring cup, serving spoon
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Specifications

Dimensions

Handle Length
3 in
Product Depth (in.)
11.3
Product Height (in.)
14
Product Width (in.)
13.5

Details

Appliance Type
Pressure Cooker
Capacity (L)
5.91
Capacity (oz.)
200
Capacity (qt.)
6.25
Color/Finish
stainless steel and black
Color/Finish Family
Stainless Steel
Features
Browning Control,Delay Bake Option (Time Bake),Locking Lid,Non-Stick Surface,Touchpad Controls
Handle Material
Plastic
Heat Source
Electric
Includes
Measuring Cup
Material
Stainless Steel
Maximum Heating Temperature (Fahrenheit)
0
Number of Crocks
1
Number of Lid Locks
1
Number of Pieces
3
Number of Temperature/Cooking Controls
10
Preset Cooking Options
Fish,Meat,Poultry,Rice
Product Weight (lb.)
10.1
Returnable
180-Day
Small Appliances Color Family
Grey
Small Electric Product Type
Pressure Cooker
Style
Industrial,Modern,Transitional
Wattage (watts)
1200

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
ETL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

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MaterialStainless SteelStainless SteelMetalStainless Steel
Number of Crocks1111
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Questions & Answers

3Questions3Answers

What material is the inner pot made of?

Asked by Tom December 10, 2018
1
Answer

The inner pot is Ceramic.

i have a lot of trouble getting the silicone ring back on.

Asked by cooker12 October 15, 2018
1
Answer

The rubber gasket must always be properly positioned on the underside of the lid. Replace the gasket by pushing it down inside the edge of the lid. Make sure the rim of the gasket is wedged in the groove around the edge of the lid. If the rubber gasket is damaged, please contact our Customer Service department

Can you make yogurt with this model

Asked by donna January 22, 2018
1
Answer

Yes, you can make yogurt with this model.

Customer Reviews

  • 32 Customer Reviews
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars overall
97% of customers recommended.
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Value
4.7
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Dallas, TX, United States
Didn't build pressure.
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I read the small amount of instructions it came with and couldn't get it to build pressure. It got hot enough to boil water but that was all it did. I set it up, sealed the lid, and set the timer. The timer started but it never went more than 4 minutes before it would switch to warm, even though it was set to 15 minutes. I researched online and watched some videos but still couldn't get it to work. It did do a good job cooking my onions though. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
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Houston, TX
Lots of features, easy to use, fantastic!
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I had never used a pressure cooker before this, so I was a bit nervous. I shouldn't have been! The Kalorik pressure cooker is so easy to use. I decided to try out a roast for my first recipe. The sear feature worked great. It heated up very quickly and gave the meat a fantastic, even brown all over. After that it was as easy as adding water, seasoning, and setting the timer. I had to use the steam release to add my potatoes 15 minutes before the end-an interesting experience! I would recommend making sure it isn't underneath a cabinet and has plenty of open space above it to vent because a LOT of steam comes out. Finally the timer went off and I had perfectly cooked potatoes and a delicious roast to enjoy-in 45 minutes! You can't beat that! I can't wait to try out some other recipes. I haven't had a chance to use the steamer basket yet-though I'm sure it works just as great as every other feature. Love this pressure cooker and I would recommend it to anyone, even a rookie like me. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
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Detroit, MI, United States
Pressure cooker
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I received this a couple weeks ago and couldnt wait to try. Easy to use and all was basic instructions. It has a lock to secure the lid and also has where you can keep steam open and closed and also a knob to press down for faster steam release. I first used it on beans and it cut my time in half maybe even less then boiling beans on my stove I was shocked. I will be using this for more meals as a mother of 4 this saves alot of time can't go wrong! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
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There's no more need to pre-soak dried beans with this electric pressure cooker! So far I've trie...
Features :
5
Energy efficiency :
5
Quality :
5
Value :
5
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There's no more need to pre-soak dried beans with this electric pressure cooker! So far I've tried it with both black beans and garbanzo beans (chickpeas), which I put in the pot in their dried state, added the appropriate amount of water, chose the bean setting on the cooker, and voila, just over an hour later I had fully cooked beans without needing to pre-soak. This is the first pressure cooker (electric or non-electric) I've owned and I didn't know very much about them, other than that they can cook things a lot quicker. For dried beans that is definitely true. On this pressure cooker, the bean setting is pre-determined at 40 minutes. It takes another 20 minutes or so for the cooker to build up enough pressure, and after they're done cooking, it takes another 20 minutes or so to de-pressurize, but altogether it's much quicker than the traditional method of pre-soaking and cooking in a pot on your gas or electric stove. The instruction booklet that comes with this pressure cooker is very comprehensive and if you don't know much about pressure cookers, you should read it fully just so you know what you're dealing with. Each time you use it, you have to make sure the valves in the lid are clean and free of build-up, the lid is locked in position and the steam release ring is closed. I was a little surprised that even though this pressure cooker has a bean-cooking option, there's nothing in the instructions to tell you how to cook them. I did have to do some research on it, and that's when I found out that when cooking beans in a pressure cooker, it is not necessary to pre-soak them. The first time I cooked black beans in it, before I knew I didn't have to pre-soak them, I did pre-soak them and cooked them in the pressure cooker afterward, and they came out fine although they were falling apart a bit. The next time I cooked beans without pre-soaking they held together better. Also, even though the pre-set cooking time is 40 minutes, there's no indication if this is for one pound or two pounds or an even larger amount of beans. I usually like cook at least two pounds of beans at a time. I tried two pounds of black beans on the 40 minute setting (which you cannot manually adjust) and that worked as well as cooking only one pound of beans. Other than dried beans, I've also used this pressure cooker to cook rice, both white jasmine and brown basmati rice. I find that the white jasmine rice comes out rather sticky (this may also be due to the brand), but the brown basmati rice came out nice and dry. There is a rice cooking guide in the instruction booklet, but it seems to be mostly for cooking rice on the stove. The pre-set cooking time for rice on this pressure cooker is 8 minutes. Again, there is no indication in the instructions as to whether this is only for 1 cup of rice or more. I like to cook at least 3 cups of rice at a time. I did cook 3 cups of rice, plus the appropriate amount of water per the instructions on the rice bag, on the rice setting and the rice came out well. Again, the cooking time itself is 8 minutes, but it has to build pressure, and for rice that takes an additional 10 minutes or so. However, I think this is still quicker than if you cooked 3 cups of rice in a pot on your stove. Also, be aware that you have to let the cooker de-pressurize after cooking anything. You can either do that naturally by just waiting 20-30 minutes, or you can open the steam-release ring or pressing the steam-release button a number of times, which you can do if you're in a hurry and don't want to wait for the cooker to depressurize on its own. The last two options do create a large of amount of fairly hot steam to be released, so be careful you don't burn yourself. I haven't yet used all the other options on this pressure cooker, which are for cooking meat, chicken and fish, as well as a browning option, slow-cooking, delayed cook time, and cooking time. This last option is not described in the instruction booklet either. It turns out it is a pre-set cooking time of 15 minutes, which I guess could be used for any type of food, but seems appropriate for certain vegetables. You can also manually adjust the pressure to low; the default option is cooking on high pressure. Also, after cooking, it automatically goes into keep warm mode up to 24 hours, but you can turn this off manually. There's also a small plastic dew collector attached to the back of the cooker. Mine did get filled with cooking liquid or dew when I cooked the garbanzo beans. I found the dew collector cup rather challenging to remove and when I finally managed to pull it off, all the liquid spilled out. Furthermore, this pressure cooker comes with a steamer basket, a plastic measuring cup and a plastic rice scoop. This is truly a very versatile pressure cooker and seems to be of good quality. I have not found it to be noisy either. When it's building up pressure, just before it goes into actual cooking mode, I've noticed it starts hissing a bit and pre-releases a bit of steam from the lid, but this stops once it begins the cooking process which is indicated by a beep. Again, if you're not familiar with pressure cooking, you should read the instruction booklet thoroughly to familiarize yourself with the process and all the options this cooker has to offer. So far I'm pleased with how well it has cooked dried beans and rice, and I'm looking forward to trying out some of the other options.
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Features :
4
Energy efficiency :
4
Quality :
4
Value :
4
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My wife and I have two young kids and work full time jobs so putting dinner on the table in a hurry is a must. Pressure cookers have been around for quite some time but have been overly complicated to use. This one is easy. The control panel is self explanatory with little learning curve. It may be confusing at first but it came with good instructions. The performance is awesome, it really can cook 2lbs of boneless chicken in 15 min, ground beef in 5 min. The only frustrating thing is also a good thing how it will not let you open it until every last bit of pressure is out. some time is takes a few more second than you would like but again, That's a good thing. If you like to cook but don't have hours to be in the kitchen then hurry out and get one of these!
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5
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5
Seeds Program Review
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This Kalorik pressure cooker can be used with high or low pressure for slow cooking at 180/190F. I love that the buttons are text (I hate icons!). The digital display also has status lights for ON/LO/HI/KEEP WARM Other buttons: -Browning -Rice -Beans -Meat -Chicken -Fish -Pressure Lo/Hi -Slow Cooking -Cooking Time -Delayed Time and + or - for changing time or temp -Center button for START/KEEP WARM/CANCEL With my first use, I could not get the pressure to build. The manual simply said to close the lid and turn counter-clockwise, but it does not tell you that it has to be in a certain position and that there are arrows on the lid (I did not see these because the instructions did not mention them). When I finally figured that out, it did work well and performed as expected. The lever on the lid for Seal/Release is easy to use, as is the button on top for steam release. The removable non-stick pot holds 6L/6.3Qt of food. The power cord is about 35" long with a 3-prong plug. I like that a steam basket is included. The manual has 5 recipes and a chart for rice cooking. The unit beeps 5 times when timer has counted down, and switches to Keep Warm for 24 hours. Although it can be set up for a 24 hour delay, I am not comfortable letting food sit in room temperature, so I rarely use this feature. Cleanup is quick and easy.
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Bought this as a gift for a family member. They...
Bought this as a gift for a family member. They are very pleased at the speed and the options on it. Using it almost everyday.
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Bensenville, IL, United States
Awesome Pressure Cooker!
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I absolutely loved this product! This was the best pressure cooker I’ve ever used! I love that it has 10 functions with 5 preset menus for meat, chicken, fish, rice & beans. The performance is awesome where I can cook boneless chicken breast with 15 minutes and ground beef within 6 minutes. I’m overall satisfied and I couldn’t be happier. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
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Fort Wayne, IN, United States
True one pot cooking
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First of all, when I took the Kalorik Perfect Sear pressure cooker out of the box, I noticed how nice it looked and how high quality it seemed to be made. But I was truly amazed when I used it for the first time. This machine does it all! Pressure cooking, rice cooking, searing, slow cooking, steaming, it lirerally took the place of 4 other machines in my kitchen. Love how easy it is to use and clean..this is now my go to gadget to use for dinner prep! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
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Auburn, NY, United States
Great Pressure Cooker!
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I've never used a pressure cooker but I was able to learn how to use this with ease. It was extremely easy to use and I was able to cook my food to perfection in so little time! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
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