NESCO® 6 liter 4-in-1 Electric Pressure Cooker Review & Giveaway!!!

Fear, spine tingling, leg shaking fear is what we experienced when we heard that  sound.  The hissing, rattling, unmistakable sound that my mother was using the pressure cooker. Not just any pressure cooker but the biggest, baddest, pressure cooker, handed down to her from her mother. The regulator on this pressure cooker was like a solid steel hockey puck that danced on top of that pot leaving us all wondering if and when it would explode.

My mother always cooked her stuffed artichokes in the pressure cooker, they were always delicious and we couldn’t wait to eat them but the cooking process struck fear in all of us, even my mother.  She had a love/hate relationship with the pressure cooker.  She loved the way it cooked but she almost seemed deathly afraid and that fear was transferred to all of us kids who my mother would shoo out of the kitchen when it came time to open that pressure cooker.  My mother had us all convinced that the pressure cooker was unpredictable and the very act of transfering it from the stove to the sink took a few Hail Marys.  When it was safely in the sink and I think after my mother blessed herself with the sign of the cross, she then doused that pressure cooker with cold water for what seemed like hours.  When she finally deemed it questionably safe she would again call to us to stay out of the kitchen because she was about to open the pressure cooker.

This was when we all gulped and wondered if this was going to be the time that unpredictable beast was going to explode and sail right up through the roof of our house leaving a gaping hole which the tremendous steam would rise out of, as the neighbors would stand and shake their heads and call the fire department.  My mother would be clear across the kitchen, lucky to be alive and breathing heavily, having the wind knocked out of her as the blast shot her clear over to the refrigerator where she landed with a thud.   When we saw her pry those locking handles loose and the seal was broken, we finally could breath, knowing that we made it.  My mother would tell us all was alright and we could come back in the kitchen.  We made it, the pressure cooker had not destroyed our house, and we were soon enjoying the artichokes and could breathe easy until the next time.

Needless to say I have always found pressure cookers intimidating.  Even when my mother bought a more modern version it may have had a  less intimidating regulator but it still danced and hissed on top of that pot and scared all of us.  I never felt the need to put myself or my kids through that so I never thought about getting a pressure cooker.  When Nesco asked me if I would like to review their new 6 liter 4-in-1 Electric Pressure Cooker, that old fear came right back.  My husband though, was stoked,  so we agreed to the review.  The pressure cooker arrived and it did not bear any resemblance to the terror inducing pressure cookers of my past.  It looked quite serene, with a digital touch pad and nothing on the top to dance or hiss.

My husband made a pot roast the first time we used it and he could not believe how quickly it cooked the meat and that it was still tender and falling apart the way it would if it had been cooking for hours.  He made another type of roast a few days later and we had the same impressive results.  It’s a new day, a new dawn, the pressure cooker is not something to be feared but it is an appliance to be embraced.  If you have always wanted a pressure cooker but were living in fear of unstable, hissing pots with gauges that could not be trusted, you can rejoice.  Go out and try a Nesco Electric Pressure Cooker and start changing the way the world thinks of pressure cookers one meal at a time, one household at a time, until the world knows that we can pressure cook without fear and have our artichokes too.

The new NESCO® 6 liter 4-in-1 Pressure Cooker is sleek, safe and quiet.

The NESCO® 6 Liter 4-in-1 Pressure Cooker is equipped with several built-in safety features which will not allow the cooker to open while under pressure. The NESCO® 6 Liter 4-in-1 Pressure Cooker is a sealed vessel, As the pressure inside increases, the boiling point of the water increases, which allows the liquid to rise to a higher temperature before boiling so the food cooks up to 70% quicker. Even more impressive, the NESCO® 6 Liter 4-in-1 Pressure Cooker is really four appliances in one: pressure cooker, steamer, slow cooker and rice cooker.

The NESCO® 6 Liter 4-in-1 Pressure Cooker also has a warm setting and browning setting. The warm setting can be manually used or will automatically switch to warm after using a High or Low setting.

Functions are preset and programmable for up to an eight-hour delay, so dinner’s ready when you get home. Self-locking hinge lid and non-stick cooking insert are removable for easy clean-up. The tight lid is secure for transporting food to potlucks. Great for busy people!

• 6 – Liter Capacity
• 1000 watts
• removable hinged lid with automatic pressure release
• dishwasher – safe non-stick cooking insert
• delayed start up to 8 hours
• LED display with soft-touch buttons
• convenient keep warm feature
• programmable with preset functions
• stay-cool lid and handles
• brushed s/s exterior
• removable cord, for easy storage
• 5-Low/10-High PSI

Nesco is sponsoring a giveaway on Mommy Ramblings.  One lucky blog reader will win a Nesco 6 liter 4-in-1 Electric Pressure Cooker.  Thank you Nesco for the review pressure cooker and for sponsoring this great giveaway on Mommy Ramblings!!!  Open to US residents.

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50 Responses to NESCO® 6 liter 4-in-1 Electric Pressure Cooker Review & Giveaway!!!

  1. Desiree Gutierrez

    i like the Tea Maker (1 Liter)

  2. Rochelle

    I also like the 150 Watt Food Slicer . Thanks!

  3. Rochelle Sindelar

    I like the Jerky Express Dehydrator.

  4. Kimberly Schotz

    It would be nice to have a dehydrator.

  5. Jessica Cintron

    Gardenmaster Pro Food Dehydrator

  6. sue v

    I like the food dehydrators

  7. Karen

    I recently bought the Gardenmaster Pro Food Dehydrator and love it!

  8. Sonya Morris

    I would love to have the FD-1020 Gardenmaster Digital Pro Food Dehydrator.

  9. Carl

    The slicers are very cool but I’ve always been interested in dehydrators. I think one of those would probably be more applicable.

  10. I love the 5 qt roaster- for hot summers, it would be great to make a stew or chili without heating up the whole house!

  11. Sharon Gilbert

    I love the Dehydrator. I use it every weekend. I make dog chicken jerky with mine and dehydrate vegetable and fruit for my grandchildren, Makes great fruit roll ups

  12. crystal marple

    i have never used a pressure cooker. this looks easy to use. also u had a slow cooker in 4-qt and 6-qt that had the enamel cooking vessel that was lighter than a crock pot. do u still carry those???

  13. Jennifer C

    I’d like the 5 Qt Steamer with Rice Bowl!!

  14. Dawn Fehr

    that would be awesome to have

  15. Patricia N

    I’d like to have the 2 in 1 Juicer/Blender with Green Trim
    PMNSL95 at triad dot rr dot com

  16. Wendy W.

    I also like their Square Dehydrator & Jerky Maker!

  17. Daisy

    i like the 130 Watt Food Slicer

  18. Berda

    food dehydrator

  19. Linda Lapierre

    I like the food slicer!

  20. aleshia

    Would like the Jerky maker, Yum!!

  21. David

    I like the Gardenmaster Food Deyhdrator. It’s great for dried apples, pears, and tomatoes.

  22. Julie

    The old nesco roaster, wouldn’t be without it.

  23. Cristen

    I like their dehydrators.

  24. Melissa

    I like the dehydrators.

  25. Besides the pressure cooker, I really like the Jet Stream Oven w/Digital Timer. Thanks for the giveaway!

  26. brittany buchanan

    i love the jerky dehydrator!

  27. lana

    I like the 150 Watt Food Slicer

  28. Alex Liz Robinson

    I like the FD-75 Snackmaster Pro 700 Watt Food Dehydrator.

  29. Alex Liz Robinson

    Alexa: arobinson45

  30. Jeanna

    I would like the 6 Qt. S/Steel Roaster, Glass Lid and Nescote® Non-Stick Cookwell!

  31. Jayne Fleming

    I like the 5 Quart Steamer with Rice Bowl

  32. Heather Collins

    I love the Glass Electric Water Kettle 🙂

  33. Patty S.

    Dog treatmaker

  34. Anne

    I like the 2 in 1 Juicer/Blender (Red Trim).

  35. Molly

    I would love the Jerky xpress food dehydrator!

  36. alexis janiszewski

    food slicers are pretty cool

  37. Rust Hawk

    130 watt food slicer

  38. Kristine F.

    Gardenmaster digital food dehydrator

  39. Heather!

    There are LOTS of things there that I want, but the 5 Qt. Steamer with Rice Bowl really caught my eye. I could really use that!

    h4schaffer at gmail dot com

  40. Ammaka

    I also like the FD-80 Snackmaster® Square Dehydrator & Jerky Maker. Square just uses space better.

  41. Molly Bussler

    FD-80 Snackmaster® Square Dehydrator & Jerky Maker

  42. Daniel M

    the food slicer

  43. Sasha Cory

    Roaster! Awesome giveaway!

  44. Sheila Vives

    The portable induction cooktop would be handy to have. On the more expensive side a meat slicer would be useful too.

  45. Heather Sewell

    I love the Gardenmaster Pro Food Dehydrator!

  46. Debbie

    I used to be afraid of pressure cookers but now that I have a digital one I love pressure cooking!

  47. Jammie

    I also like the 150 Watt Food Slicer

  48. Ericka

    I like the FD-80 Snackmaster® Square Dehydrator & Jerky Maker

  49. healthy snacks From dried foods

    Any tight fitting container that does not allow moisture or air in is good.
    Particularly tasty in their dehydrated state
    are apples, bananas, and various berries. Food dehydrators are used to dry various foods by eliminating the
    water within the food.

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