Instant Pot Water Test
Instant Pot Water Test. Have you got an instant pot sat in the box? Are you an instant pot beginner? Let me show you how simple the instant pot initial water test is and how you can complete the water test at home today. Step by step photos and a You Tube video included.
Instant Pot Water Test Ingredients:
Pour hot water into your instant pot until it reaches the 3 litres or 9 cups level.
Place the lid on the instant pot pressure cooker and set the valve to sealing position.
Press manual or pressure cook and then adjust the time down to 2 minutes.
It will then beep to let you know it is on, then when it beeps again, press cancel.
Move the valve from sealing to venting.
Wait until all pressure has been released. When all pressure has been released the pin will pop down and all steam will have gone.
Once pressure is released remove the lid and you have successfully completed the instant pot water test and will have a huge pot of boiling water.
Water. Use water from the hot water tap. Otherwise, it will take much longer for your instant pot to go to pressure.
Recycle. This is a lot of boiling water that you are left with. Either follow our instant pot caramel recipe or use it for other instant pot beginner recipes, or for washing up water.
Thanks for reading our instant pot water test on Recipe This. We have many more instant pot recipes for you to check out next. Though if you are looking for something SIMPLE, I recommend instant pot broccoli.
Sodium: 3mg | Calcium: 2mg
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