Many new Instant Pot owners feel a little intimidated by their newest appliance. But don't be!
Here you'll find answers to Instant Pot commonly asked questions. These quick tips and answers will help you to become an Instant Pot pro in no time!
It can! The Instant Pot lid and seal can go in the top rack of a dishwasher.
The "l" stands for lapsed. It shows the time that has passed since the Instant Pot finished the cooking cycle.
Getting a burn message means that your Instant Pot sensors have found that the pot is getting too hot. The most common cause of getting a burn message is leaving food stuck to the bottom of the inner pot. It can also be cause by a lack of thin liquid.
You can use foil in the Instant Pot, and you'll find that a number of recipes call for using aluminum foil while cooking with the Instant Pot.
When the cooking time starts, the Instant Pot display will switch from "ON" to show the cooking time countdown.
Natural release means that you leave the Instant Pot sealed and don't release the pressure.