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If you've been thinking about finally getting your hands on an Instant Pot, now is the time to do it. Amazon just marked down a bevy of slow cookers and air fryers from the iconic brand. You can grab a No. 1 bestseller starting at just $79!
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Instant Pot Duo 7-in-1 Electric Pressure Cooker: 3 quart
Amazon’s No. 1 bestselling slow cooker has 14 preset programs, so whipping up melt-in-your-mouth short ribs or pulled pork is a snap. Craving soup or broth, make your own. It’s easy: Just pour in your ingredients, press the button, and leave it alone. The Instant Pot Duo monitors the temperature, cook time, and pressure. All you do is open up the top when the time comes and inhale the aroma of a delicious meal.
“This product is my best friend and I would marry it and grow old with it if I could,” one shopper declared. “I’ve [used it to for] pork loins, potatoes, yellow bundt cake, rice, corn on the cob... I’ve made pierogies, lasagna, apple dump cake, a whole chicken, bone broth, chicken noodle soup... and more. This is all in less than a month. I’m eating healthier. Eating out less. Cleanup is easy. The food tastes awesome.”
Instant Pot Duo Plus 9-in-1 Electric Pressure Cooker: 6 quart
With more than 15 smart touch programs that can whip up anything from ribs to porridge, this bestselling 6-quart model does it all — well, except the dishes. Six quart is the most popular size for Instant Pots. If you eat a lot of eggs, this Duo Plus is a great pick: It has a special preset for making perfect eggs (other models don’t have that).
“I literally cook in this thing every day!” one shopper shared. “I always was the stay-at-home mom that ate frozen veggies, canned soup or a salad for lunch and this baby lets me cook chicken and hot meals that would be a dinner but now it’s for lunch and in no time!...it’s the best thing invented!”
Instant Vortex Plus 6-in-1 4QT Air Fryer Oven Combo
No summer barbecue is complete without a heaping helping of fries. To get them perfectly crispy on the outside and soft on the inside, you used to have to douse them with a ton of oil. No more! Air fryers have largely replaced traditional frying methods, and for good reason: They do the exact same thing, just using a ton less oil and fat.
This Instant Vortex air fryer doubles as an oven, and it can cook up enough fries for a family of four in a single serving. Same goes for veggies, chicken wings, even baked goods! It evenly crisps food by circulating super-hot air, and preheats in moments. All those one-touch programs make it easy to get your meal just right, too.
"Excellent, excellent, excellent!!" shared a shopper. "An amazing addition to our repertoire of appliances - right up there with the stand mixer and bread knife. Amazing fried foods without the grease — great chicken wings, really really improves/spruces frozen hors d'oeuvres such as frozen spring rolls, pizza, mozzarella sticks, hot subs, etc. Cooks in much less time than the oven with better results and saves on heat and energy."
Unfancied Tatjana Maria is the first player through to the women's Wimbledon semi-finals following a three-set comeback win over fellow German outsider Jule Niemeier.Maria rallied from a set down to defeat Niemeier 4-6 6-2 7-5 on Monday and will face either third-seeded Ons Jabeur or unseeded Marie Bouzkova for a most unlikely spot in the final.
Wall Street's main indexes have fallen, with investors fretting about the possibility of a recession as central banks across the world take aggressive actions to stem a surge in inflation.US stocks have been under relentless selling pressure this year, with the benchmark S&P; 500 index recording its steepest first-half percentage drop since 1970, as the Federal Reserve moves away from easy-money policy by raising borrowing costs.
Australian billionaire James Packer "adored" former Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyau and showered his family with gifts, a corruption trial has heard.A witness appearing in an Israeli court on Tuesday has incriminated Netanyahu just months before a new general election.
Nick Kyrgios's Wimbledon campaign has been thrown into turmoil, with the mercurial quarter-finalist facing common assault charges back home in Australia.Kyrgios will play unseeded Chilean Cristian Garin for a place in the semi-finals on Wednesday, barely 24 hours after being summonsed to face ACT Magistrates Court on August 2.
The launch of a NASA rocket from the remote wilderness of the Northern Territory has been delayed due to consistent winds.After a previous day's delay because of heavy rain, the Suborbital Imaging Spectrograph for Transition region Irradiance from Nearby Exoplanet host stars, or SISTINE, mission launch was again delayed on Tuesday night.
Tottenham forward Richarlison has been banned from his new club's English Premier League opening game after throwing a smoke canister when playing for Everton last season.Richarlison admitted a charge of improper conduct and was banned for one game and fined STG25,000 pounds ($A44,000) the English Football Association said in announcing the tribunal verdict.
Paris St Germain have announced Christophe Galtier as their new manager, shortly after the Ligue 1 champions parted ways with Mauricio Pochettino.Galtier joins PSG on a two-year contract after leaving Nice last month, having guided them to a runners-up finish in the French Cup and fifth place in Ligue 1 last season.
West Coast star Elliot Yeo is on track to play again this year after receiving positive news on his hamstring injury, while Jeremy McGovern has taken an early step in his recovery from broken ribs.The Eagles feared Yeo might have sustained a season-ending hamstring injury during Sunday's 35-point loss to Richmond.
The Bank of England has warned that the economic prospects for Britain and the world have darkened since the start of the year and told banks to ramp up capital buffers to ensure they can weather the storm."The global economic outlook has deteriorated markedly.
South Africa have named a new captain, plus two uncapped players in their starting line-up and a further four among the replacements as coach Jacques Nienaber announced wholesale changes for the second Test against Wales in Bloemfontein on Saturday.Handre Pollard, who returns to the squad after not featuring in the narrow 32-29 first-Test win in Pretoria at the weekend, will take over the captaincy from Siya Kolisi as Nienaber keeps just one player from Saturday's starting XV.
Brisbane are reportedly poised to land gun fullback Reece Walsh, who is set to return to the Broncos barely a year after leaving Red Hill.The young star requested a release from the New Zealand Warriors on Tuesday and has been given permission to negotiate with only the Broncos as part of that release, according to News Corp.
A former top Foreign Office official has accused Boris Johnson's office of lying over whether the British leader knew about earlier complaints of sexual misconduct made against a minister who resigned over his behaviour.The allegation will pile pressure on Johnson over what he knew when he appointed Christopher Pincher to a role involved in enforcing discipline and offering pastoral care in the governing Conservative Party.
Cameron Green is already on track to be Australia's best allrounder of the past 50 years, with figures showing he is well ahead of his peers at this point of his career.Green had his best Test to date in Australia's 10-wicket win over Sri Lanka in Galle, top-scoring on a tough wicket with a 77 that swung the match in Australia's favour.
Two women have been charged over a young Queensland girl allegedly being left in a minibus for six hours.The three-year-old was found in critical condition outside Le Smileys Early Learning Centre at Gracemere, near Rockhampton, in May.
Cristian Garin feels his Wimbledon quarter-final opponent Nick Kyrgios is "good for tennis" despite the controversy surrounding the Australian at SW19.Kyrgios beat Brandon Nakashima in five sets on Monday to make the last eight at the All England Club for a second time, the same number of fines he has received during this tournament.
Rescue teams have resumed the search for 13 climbers who were missing after part of a glacier gave way high in the Italian Alps, killing at least seven people.Hopes of finding survivors were fading more than 36 hours after a disaster that has fuelled concerns about the impact of climate change on the mountains.
About 20 inmates at a youth detention centre in Perth will be moved to the Casuarina Prison after what the Department of Justice says has been months of disruption and damage.Director General Adam Tomison said the young offenders at the Banksia Hill Detention Centre had been destroying infrastructure, assaulting staff and harming themselves.