Fagor 3-in-1 Electric Multi-Cooker

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Fagor’s 6-quart 3-in-1 Electric Multi-Cooker is a pressure cooker, slow cooker and rice cooker in one!  It features a brown and a warm function for true one-pot-cooking with a removable cooking pot that is dishwasher safe and nonstick coated for easy cleanup.  This handy kitchen appliance has so many great features and functions that would be a great addition to any kitchen and make a great holiday gift.  I love that it can be used as a slow cooker, a pressure cooker, and a rice cooker.   I have all 3 appliances but with the 3-in-1 Electric Multi-Cooker I can put them all away and just leave the 3-in-1 on my counter.  It does it all.  Since it can even brown meat, no more browning in one pan and then transferring it to something else to cook it.  LOVE THAT!

So what would you cook if you had Fagor’s 3-in-1 Electric Multi-Cooker?  I’ll be posting some recipes for it soon so keep an eye out!


The pressure cooking program drastically reduces cooking time. Food will maintain its natural color and flavor, while cooking your meals in up to 70% less time. Choose between high and low pressure to prepare a great variety of healthy meals in minutes; from appetizers to entrées and even desserts


Use the slow cooker setting to prepare slow cooker classics such as pot roasts, soups and stews with flexible programming up to 9.5 hours. Add ingredients in the morning and dinner will be waiting for you. Add a salad or warm bread for mouth-watering meals every night.


No more soggy or burned rice dishes. The automatic rice-cooking program steams your favorite rice recipes to perfection with just a touch of a button. From sushi rice to risotto, all your recipes will be cooked to perfection in just 6 minutes.


Features a brown and a warm function for a truly one-pot-cooking. The “Brown” function allows you to soften onions or brown meat without having to use a different pan to prep ingredients, and the “Warm” function will reheat or keep your cooked dishes warm!


The cool to the touch handles provide safety allowing you to safely touch the handles while cooking.


Non-stick, dishwasher safe removable pot will make cleanup a breeze.


The pressure regulator valve controls the amount of pressure inside the cooker by allowing excess pressure to be released.


Collects excess condensation during cooking. If there is some liquid in the reservoir after cooking, simply empty it.


The lid will lock automatically when you slide it in place. The lid will not open while there’s pressure inside the cooker.


The included recipe book will give you lots of ideas on how to prepare delicious and nutritious recipes.


Allows you to delay the cooking process up to 8 hours.

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Fagor Chef Line Pressure Cooker Review

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fagor chef line pressure cooker

I’ve always wanted to try cooking with a pressure cooker but I’ve been afraid.  I know that the pressure cookers of the past have been dangerous but I had several friends tell me how much they loved their Fagor Pressure Cookers and how safe they are.  I was sent Fagor’s 8 quart Chef Line Pressure Cooker to review and I am hooked.  It is so easy to use and has THREE security valves.  It automatically locks the lid while pressure is still inside and if the lid is not closed properly, the unit will not create any additional pressure.  That really makes me so comfortable using it and not worrying about getting burned.

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The Chef Pressure Cooker is constructed with 18/10 Stainless Steel.  It has a pressure indicator with 2 distinct positions so you can choose how much pressure you need according to your recipe.   The 1st indicates LOW pressure (8 psi) and the 2nd indicates HIGH pressure (15 psi).  As the pressure builds in the unit the pressure indicator rises.  When you see one black bar it means that the pressure is low and then when it rises to 2 black bars the pressure is high.  I love that it has short side handles so it doesn’t crowd my stove.  Especially during holiday meals my stove gets so crowded with so many pots and pans so it is nice that the Fagor Chef Pressure Cooker don’t take up much more space than the burner itself.  Plus that means there are no long handles to accidentally bump into.  Another great feature is the included removable timer/alarm.  It is especially handy when cooking several different dishes and you need an extra timer on hand.   The MAX Line Indicator lets you know the filling capacity of your pressure cooker.

Cooking pot roast in the Fagor Chef Pressure Cooker was easy.  I put a little oil in the bottom of the pot and seared the roast on all sides.  I then followed the instructions on the recipe that I used that included sprinkling on some seasonings and pouring in some beef broth.  I added some cut up potatoes and baby carrots and I was ready to cook.  I closed the lid, set the valve to high pressure, and turned the burner on.  As the pressure built inside the pressure cooker the indicator rose.  When it reached high pressure and I was able to see 2 black bars I lowered the burner temperature and let my roast cook for 45 minutes.  When time was up I let it cool for a bit and then slowly and carefully released the pressure with the pressure valve.  It was so easy, took much less time than any other cooking method, and the meat was so tender we hardly needed to use our knives.  When dinner was over, cleaning the pressure cooker was easy, too.  The Fagor Chef Pressure Cooker is really going to save this busy mom lots of time in the kitchen.  The unit comes with a DVD of recipes and there are also lots of great recipes on Fagor’s website.  I am amazed at all the reduced cooking times you can achieve with the Fagor Chef Pressure Cooker and I can’t wait to try more recipes.  What should I make next?  Chicken?  Soup?  Fish?  Veggies?

The Chef Pressure Cooker includes:

    • 10” Tempered Glass Lid that allows the body to be used as a traditional cooking vessel
    • Steamer/ Grater Basket with Trivet, for steaming vegetables that also functions as a grater
    • A DVD with information on the basics of a pressure cooker
    • DVD Recipe Collection
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