Instant Pot SSV800 Accu Slim Sous Vide Immersion Circulator, 6 or 8 quart

June 10, 2019 - Comment

Accu slim sous vide immersion circulator by Instant Pot is designed for the gourmet who strives to create ‘restaurant quality dishes’ In the Comfort of their home. The accu slim sous vide cooks food at very precise temperatures 104F – 195F/ 40C – 90C for a period of time (up to 72 hours) to achieve

Accu slim sous vide immersion circulator by Instant Pot is designed for the gourmet who strives to create ‘restaurant quality dishes’ In the Comfort of their home. The accu slim sous vide cooks food at very precise temperatures 104F – 195F/ 40C – 90C for a period of time (up to 72 hours) to achieve succulent, nutritious and delicious meals. The circulator creates and maintains an even and accurately controlled cooking water-bath for perfect cooking results, retaining the vitamins and minerals from within the food, natural flavors are intensified, food is healthier, more tender, juicy, and tastier. The accu slim is versatile, easy-to-use, easy-to-clean kitchen appliance – eliminate works professionally. The sous vide immersion circulator is ideal to use on meat, poultry, seafood, eggs, vegetables, and fruits.

Product Features

  • Creates quality dishes – Accu slim sous vide immersion Circulator prepares high-end restaurant quality dishes at home, turning home cooks into gourmet chefs
  • Consistent cooking – Accu slim sous vide immersion Circulator creates and maintains an even and accurately controlled cooking water-bath for perfect cooking results Each and every time
  • Sous vide cooks easily, cooking times range from 10 minutes to 72 hours and temperature ranges from 104F – 195F/ 40C – 90C
  • Easy-to-use – easy-to-read display, touch-screen digital controls, lightweight stainless steel with a rubber coating on the handle
  • Active pump system – Accu slim sous vide circulates water without relying on convection currents, resulting in uniformly heated water bath free of hot or cool spots
  • Includes a 12V DC motor – extremely quietly and has enhanced durability in comparison to standard AC motors used. Motor stops when removed from the water
  • Clamps securely – to the 6 and 8 quart inner pot either in or out of the Instant Pot, and can be used with or without an Instant Pot
  • Easy-to-clean – secure stand up design and removable stainless steel skirt, almost no cleaning required, simply wash and air Dry The skirt
  • Power supply: 120V – 60Hz

Comments

Anonymous says:

Works great- could not be easier! Clamps right on my instant pot – or a stockpot, ect I had wanted to try Sous Vide and was excited to get this, but was concerned about costs beyond this. Then I realized that with this I didn’t need to buy a container or really anything. This clamps onto my Instant Pot stainless steel insert! I just put it in place and filled it with hot water. Other than that I use Foodsaver bags as I have a lot on hand, but you can just use freezer bags. I also use small clips like this that I had on hand: https://www.amazon.com/IPOW-Multicolor-Crafting-Knitting-Quilting/dp/B01LX8WVVZ I use those to clip the bags to the tops of the pan – the small size works perfectly. You could use clothes pins or chip bag clips or anything though.If you didn’t have an Instant pot, you could use about ANY stock pot.This has a line marked Maximum and Minimum. If you try to turn it on before your container has enough water in it, it will give an ERROR message. Setting the time and temperature could not be easier- it’s really just a matter of…

Anonymous says:

Heats water to cook food in a freezer bag over several hours This thing is huge. It measures 13″ long and 2″ across at the bottom and 2.5″ across at the top. It heats water (and is only to be used to heat water) between 68ºF to 203ºF (20ºC – 95ºC) (with 1ºF or 0.1ºC increments) for 1 minute to 72 hours. It’s easy to set the time and temperature, and the heater circulates the water well, too. The only tricky part is getting enough air out of the cooking bag so it’ll stay fully submerged. You can cook beef, pork, lamb, poultry, fish, shrimp, scallops, lobster tail, eggs, or some types of fruit (apple, pear, mango, plum, apricot, peach, nectarine, papaya, strawberries) or vegetables (potatoes, carrots, parsnips, beets, turnips, peas, asparagus, corn, broccoli, cauliflower, eggplant, onions, squash).The thinner the slices of food, the faster it’ll cook, though we’re still talking at least 45 minutes to 10 hours. You pre-heat the water using the immersion heater, put the food in a freezer bag, and immerse the bag in the…

Anonymous says:

Sous Vide for Cheap This is the fourth sous vide I have used. The first was Sous Vide Supreme, costing around $300. Then, a lab setup using a hot plate and a temperature controller, cost around $150. Then, an Anova 1 Sous Vide, cost around $200. This unit from Instant Pot, cost $80, and does everything that a sous vide appliance should do, without complication. No need for bluetooth or wifi, just more stuff to break. An additional benefit is that it can use the liner from an Instant Pot pressure cooker.A bargain, and it put a smile on my face!

Write a comment

*