• Smart Pot Eko.
  • Smart Pot Eko.
  • Smart Pot Eko.
  • Smart Pot Eko.
  • Smart Pot Eko.
  • Smart Pot Eko.
  • Smart Pot Eko.
  • Smart Pot Eko.
SMART POT

Smart Pot Eko.

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AED. 299.00
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The Smart Pot is an electric pressure cooker that does so much more than just pressure cooking. It’s super simple to use, faster and more versatile than any gadget in your kitchen, not to mention a pleasure to look at.

Our Nutricook Smart Pot Eko features an intuitive easy-to-use panel, a bright LED display and 14 Smart Programs . It is built with the latest technology for better performance in pressure stability.

Include

Stainless steel inner pot, stainless steel steam rack, rice spoon, soup spoon, measuring cup, sealing ring, condensation collector and user guide.

Features.

What's included.

Features Included-01

Stainless steel inner pot.

Healthy, food grade - Our inner cooking pot is made of superior quality 304 (18/8) stainless steel. It has no chemical coatings and it's dishwasher-safe, too.

Features Included-02

Stainless steel steam rack.

Made with food grade, durable and superior quality stainless steel, the steam rack is used to elevate food in the inner pot avoiding direct contact with liquid especially when steaming.

Features Included-03

Rice paddle.

Designed with flat surface, the rice paddle is ideal for scooping rice from the inner pot.

Features Included-04

Soup spoon.

Used to conveniently transfer liquids from the inner pot such as soups and broths.

Features Included-05

Measuring cup.

Ideal for measuring ingredients such as water, rice, grains etc.

Features Included-06

Sealing/Silicone ring.

An integral part of product safety, the sealing ring creates an airtight seal between the lid and cooker base. Made with food-safe and dishwasher-safe silicone so cleanup is easy.

Features Included-07

Condensation collector.

Collects excess water in the cooker rim produced during the cooking process.

Features Included-08

User Guide.

Contains all relevant information about the Smart Pot including initial set up, how to use instructions, troubleshooting and safety reminders.

Specifications

  • Model

    NC-SPGD6

  • Item Code

    NC-SPEK6

  • Model Name

    Smart Pot Eko

  • Size

    6 Litres

  • Color

    Stainless Steel/Black

  • Smart Programs

    14 Smart Programs
    Soup/Broth, Meat/Stew, Bean/Lentil, Chicken, Egg, Slow Cook, Saute, Rice, Biryani, Porridge, Steam, Cake, Keep Warm and Pressure Cook.

  • Power

    1000W

  • Power Supply

    220-240V, 50/60 Hz

  • Weight

    5.4 kg

  • Dimensions (inches)

    12.80 x 12.70 x 14.70 inches

  • Dimensions: (cm)

    32.50 x 32.30 x 37.36 cm

  • Warranty

    2 years

  • Accessories included

    Stainless Steel Steam Rack, Rice Spoon, Soup Spoon, Measuring Cup

Features Included

FAQ's

The Smart Pot Eko is a 9-in-1 multi-use programmable electric pressure cooker, replacing 9 common cooking devices: Pressure Cooker, Sauté Pot, Slow Cooker, Rice Cooker, Egg Cooker, Steamer, Soup Maker, and Food Warmer all-in-one. It’s fast Simple, Smart and Superfast.
After selecting the desired cooking function and setting the required cooking mode and cooking time according to your recipe, press the Start button to begin cooking. The Smart Pot will sound three audible beeps and enters the pre-heating cycle. If the Start button is not pressed, the cooker automatically starts after 10 second


Display shows On.
Your Smart Pot has three cooking modes with default timings for each except for Sauté, Slow Cook and Rice.


After selecting the desired cooking function, press Adjust button repeatedly to switch between Less/Normal/More mode.
Although your Smart Pot has pre-programmed cooking time for each cooking mode, you can still manually adjust the time depending on your recipe except for Rice function which is fully automatic and Sauté. After selecting the desired cooking function, use + key to increase or - key to decrease cooking time.


Smart Tip: Press and hold the + and - keys for faster changing of cooking time.

Although your Smart Pot has pre-programmed cooking time for each cooking mode, you can still manually adjust the time depending on your recipe except for Rice function which is fully automatic and Sauté. After selecting the desired cooking function, use + key to increase or - key to decrease cooking time.

Smart Tip: Press and hold the + or key for faster changing of cooking time.

No. We highly recommend using parts that are designed specifically for each model. Each model comes with different designs and the use of parts or accessories not manufactured for a specific model is unsafe and may result to injury or damage to property. In particular, the sealing ring and lid must not be used interchangeably for other models as they may result to improper sealing and locking.

The inner pot is made from superior quality 304 (18/8) stainless steel making it safe and healthy to use. It has no chemical coating and it’s dishwasher-safe too. At Nutricook, we ensure the health aspect of our products.

The steam rack is made from food grade 304 (18/8) stainless steel and it’s dishwasher-safe too.

It’s optional however we highly recommend performing the initial Test Run to familiarize yourself with the Smart Pot especially for first time users. It also sterilizes the cooking chamber and reduces residual odour from packaging materials.

As a general requirement for pressure cooking, always ensure that your inner pot has the following minimum amount of liquid (this depends on the size of your cooker


  • 6 L: 1 ½ cups (375 mL)


However, if you are cooking a recipe that specifies the amount of liquid to be added on the inner pot, follow the liquid requirements based on the recipe to ensure best cooking results.


Note: These liquids should be water-based, including stock, broth, juice, cooking sauces, as well as wine and beer. Oils and oil-based sauces do not have enough water content to account for the required liquid volume. Add suitable liquid to thin condensed cream-based soups and thick sauces. Do not fill the inner pot higher than the MAX Line (Pressure Cooking Maximum), as indicated on the inner pot. Exercise extreme caution when cooking and venting food such as applesauce, cranberries, pearl barley, oatmeal, split peas, noodles, etc., as these foods may foam, froth, or spatter, and may clog the pressure release hole and/or pressure release valve. Do not fill the inner pot higher than the — 1/2 (both liquid and food) when cooking these foods.


Note: The combined amount of liquid and food should never go beyond the recommended maximum fill lines as indicated in the inner pot.
After pressing the Start button to begin cooking. The Smart Pot will sound three audible beeps and enters the pre-heating cycle. If the Start button is not pressed, the cooker automatically starts after 10 seconds.


Display will show On.


Once enough pressure is built up inside the cooker, the float valve rises. Display changes from On to the time set and starts countdown until it reaches zero.
Do not open the lid until pressure inside the pot is completely released. As a safety feature, the lid is locked and won’t open until the float valve drops down.


If the float valve is stuck due to food debris or sticky liquid, you can push it down with a long utensil after you are certain that the pressure has been released completely by moving the pressure release valve to Venting position.


To avoid personal injuries, never attempt to force down the float valve to open the lid. Do not open the lid until after the pressure is completely released naturally or manually.
After pressure cooking, turn the pressure release valve from Sealing to Venting position to vent out pressure inside the cooker until float valve drops down.


Note: If the food contents inside spatters during this process, turn back the pressure release valve to Sealing position and try again after a few minutes. If spatter occurs, use Natural Release instead. The Quick Release method is highly recommended for steamed vegetables and seafood to avoid overcooking. For certain foods with high starch content such as porridge, stews, sticky liquids and soup, do not use Quick Release as the contents may spatter and can cause scalds, burns and other serious injuries.
After pressure cooking, leave the pressure release valve in the Sealing position to allow the cooker to dissipate heat so pressure releases naturally over time until the float valve drops down. This may take 10-15 minutes or even longer depending on the amount of food inside the cooker.

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