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22ndEasy Saturday…I hope

After being sick for almost 2 weeks, and still not well I surely hope that my Saturday will be an easy and lazy one. Start with boiling eggs for breakfast.
Not sure if the process is boiling the egg though as I am using my Instant Pot. By putting on the dozen eggs on the rack and put 1 cup (Instant Pot cup) water underneath it. I think that is what we call steaming. Oh well..perfect everytime and I don’t have to watch the water boiled over and guessing if I get it right this time or not. It’s perfect every time. I like mine soft boiled, runny yolk. But my boys prefer hard boiled egg. So we, well I, compromise and do medium boiled egg. see..it’s perfect. no greenish ring around the yolk. creamy yolk..oh so yummy.

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This was done 3 minutes in high pressure and I did not do the ice bath. Just run cold water in the pot and peeled. If I want the soft boiled with runny yolk then I immediately let them into the ice water bath and only use 1/2 cup of water to cook them, the Instant Pot cup it is.

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Just for rice, egg, spaghetti, soup it is worth the purchase. Rather than having multiple appliances. It’s so easy to use. Yes you will need to get use on how to work it and how to time the food you cook, after a while you will get the hang of it and everything is a breeze. They are back on sale, The 6 quarts 7 in 1 Instant Pot, however I think they are not in stock, so you have to wait for couple months for it to be ship. It is that good ya’ll!.

I personally have 4 of these, what I called Impulsed clicking lol. It was on sale on Black Friday and I just can’t resist the price. I think it was $59. You know I mentioned that the reason I got my second one was that my rice cooker decided to retired and I searched for the replacement. The one I really want as a rice cooker was over $200 and I thought..why would I spend that much just for a rice cooker? So I ended up getting my second Instant Pot the 6 quarts 7 in 1 / Duo style. Then it’s like an addiction I want more of it. It is that good, at least for me and my family. I am tempted to get the 8 quarts though. The thought of able to do 10 lbs turkey in and cook it for less than 1 hour, I think I saw someone mentioned 30 minutes. Imagine cook turkey in less than 1 hour..Thanksgiving? no more stress. I was not stress on my last Thanksgiving cooking saga last year. I used Instant Pot to do all my side dish and SpatchCock my turkey in the oven. So easy, so good, laid back cooking process. I was binging on Netflix while cooking..yeah and all started the morning of Thanksgiving and everything was ready by 11 am. I started at 7 I believe..with 2 Instant Pot. I have 4 now ha!.

Now the 8 quarts that I want, I heard since it’s bigger, it takes longer to comes to pressure than the 6 quarts and longer to release the pressure. Other than that it’s as awesome as its siblings the 6 quarts. And it is still on sale for the 8 quarts 7 in 1 Instant Pot. Keep having the conversation in my head between head 1 and head 2. Get it, don’t get it. I want it, you don’t need it. Argh..what should I do?

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