The 6 Quart Mirro Pressure Cooker is a fine choice for pressure cooking smaller meals and was our least expensive model reviewed.
It comes in a stainless steel color and is made out of heavy gauged aluminum and boy can it deliver a good homemade stew. Can accommodate up to 6 quarts of liquid.
The directions included with the product we found to be very clear and also included some great pressure cooker recipes.
The 6 quart Mirro pressure cooker is designed with safety first. Cooking with foods under high heat and pressure without any safety measures can cause serious injuries. But don’t let Mirro’s Triple Safety Design features make you lazy, they were put there in addition to you being a cautious cook.
Don’t let the small size of the 6 quart mirro pressure cooker make you want to move up to the 8 quart or 12 quart mirro pressure cooker. You will soon realize the convenience a smaller pressure cooker really is for small batches, not to mention the room that it frees up for you to cook other things on your stove at the same time.
6 Quart Mirro Pressure Cooker Features and Specifications
- Product Dimensions: 18 x 12 x 10 inches
- Shipping Weight: 7lbs
- Item Model Number: 92160a
- 10-Year Limited Warranty
- Dishwasher Safe
- Heavy-Gauge Aluminum
- Rust Proof
- Pressure Monitor Device in Handle
- Sure-Locking Lid
- Overpressure Release Valve
6 Quart Mirro Pressure Cooker Reviews
There are many reviews online for the 6 quart Mirro pressure cooker, most of which are really helpful but we also found some bad reviews out there. Most of the positive reviews we found were because a lot of people were satisfied with the performance of their pressure cooker. Not only was it easy for them to use but the recipes in the manual were out of this world, at least one of the reviews mentioned.
We are fortunate to have found so many good reviews for this kitchen stove top pressure cooker. A number of people commented that they would never buy an off brand pressure cooker again. Quality is everything when working with recipes that require a pressure cooker.
Not every review we read was glamorous however. A number of customers report that they were disappointed because the instruction manual stated that the pressure cooker cannot be used on a glass top stove. But an easy solution to this problem would be to just have a separate electric burner that could be plugged into a 120v outlet.
Another reviewer was surprised that the merchant was not flexible to return the product after the specified days allowed? We understand that sometimes things happen that prevent us from returning items immediately but as adults we should know how to follow instructions and stay within the rules.
Often we come across many honest reviewers. For some reason when researching the 6 quart mirro pressure cooker canner we came across mixed reviews. This is however listed as one of the lowest price of any pressure cookers we reviewed. This may be worth a chance if you are not ready for one of the extra large capacity pressure cookers.
Overall I have fallen in love with my 6 quart Mirro pressure cooker because it is the perfect size for quick meals or pressure canning food in small quantities such as dips and sauces.