Cook fast or slow at the push of a button

The Breville fast slow cooker BPR600XL is designed for a slow cooker or pressure cooker. The device speeds up the cooking process with an easy to use interface.

This multicooker can take you where you want to go at the speed of your choice.

This multicooker can take you where you want to go at the speed of your choice.

(Credit: Williams Sonoma)

The kitchen is all about timing. Sometimes things happen fast, sometimes patience is needed. The slow simmering a sauce all day in combination with fast heat rapid browning in a court of the protein of choice brings flavor combinations that Rally our taste buds into believing that anything is possible as long as you take the time to do things right. But it’s not just the time you have a monopoly on efficiency in the kitchen. It is also versatile.

The Breville Fast Slow Cooker BPR600XL ($ 179.95) is able to cook up a storm or calm maintain a simmer. The closed multicooker can function as a slow cooker, pressure cooker, a pressure cooker or a pan. Additionally, a warm environment enables efficient management of time to permit maximum utility without fuss on cooking.
With a capacity of 6 quarts, the countertop appliance is well suited for a variety of tasks. With variable settings of the slow cooker as well as functions of pressure cooker, it is easy to select the correct mode for the job. Simplicity is key in this device, and uncluttered control panel facilitates the process. When it comes time to cook a meal, users can immerse themselves in the action or just let the multicooker proceed at their own pace. Best of all, the election is just one click away.


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