This all-around kitchen appliance offers the best in fast cooking and slow cooking – plus integrated sous vide. It’s on trend with 18 one-touch cooking programs, from steaming or sautéing to sous vide, fermenting and many more. Use it for soups, meats, stews, poultry, eggs, grains, beans, chili, yogurt, dough, cake and more – endless possibilities.
Fissler innovation enhances the multi pot trend with the addition of integrated sous vide functionality. A technique widely used in professional kitchens, sous vide creates intense flavors, with better texture and tenderness, for reliable results and culinary perfection.
The Souspreme turns sous vide into something easy to enjoy at home. Featuring the quality you expect from the Fissler brand, the Souspreme Multi Pot is unsurpassed in versatility. Cooks fast, cooks slow, cooks perfect.
The Souspreme Multi Pot delivers the superior quality you expect from the Fissler brand. Fissler is a 5th generation family-owned housewares company founded in 1845, known throughout the world for its distinctive premium cookware and pressure cookers. An innovation leader in pressure cookers since the 1950s, Fissler holds numerous international patents and is constantly developing new technology and improving on modern designs.
Fissler products have been honored with dozens of prestigious design awards including the iF Product Design Award, reddot Design Award, Home Style Award, Germany Design Award, Grand Prix Table & Cadeau Award and more.
18 one-touch cooking programs
How do you want to cook? Steam, sauté, sous vide, slow cooking, fermenting – the choices are many with the Souspreme’s 18 one-touch cooking programs. For soups, meats, stews, poultry, eggs, grains, beans, chili, yogurt, dough, cake and more.
18/8 stainless steel interior pot with encapsulated base
Not all stainless-steel pots are alike. The interior pot of the Souspreme uses 18/8 stainless steel, known for its high level of corrosion resistance. The base is composed of three layers, with an aluminum interior layer covered with stainless steel above and below, for faster and more even heating.
Pressure seal system & safety lock
The many benefits of pressure cooking – faster cooking at a higher temperature, to preserve taste, texture and nutrition – are ensured by the Souspreme’s premium pressure seal system. Fissler never compromises on product safety features, as exemplified by the safety lock on the lid.
Cool-grip handles and lid holder
Cool-grip handles are safer and more comfortable to use. Fissler solves the problem of what to do with the lid when it’s not on top of the pan with a handy built-in lid holder.
Adjustable cooking times
The versatile Souspreme Multi Pot can be programmed to cook a wide range of recipes from a variety of sources. Cooking times can be adjusted for any of the 18 one-touch cooking programs.
Instant pressure release
Some pressure cooking recipes call for fast release of pressure, and others for a slow, natural release. The Souspreme accommodates both. Its instant pressure release is easy, efficient and safe.
|Size (L x W x H)||330 x 300 x 335 mm|
|Package Size||325 x 325 x 385 mm|
|Color outside||Stainless Steel / Silver / Black|
|Capacity scale||6 qt|
Click here for Fissler’s library of recipes for the Souspreme Multi Pot. You can also use recipes from other sources. A wide range of recipes – including fast cooking, slow cooking and sous vide – can be made in the Souspreme Multi Pot.
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After you first take it out of the box, remove the foil from the front panel, and remove the transport safety sticker from the valve on top. Then insert the condensation collector.
The “water test” – which is recommended before first use – is simply the process of boiling water in the Souspreme Multi Pot. This will provide a better understanding of how the product works.
Buttons for 12 popular cooking programs appear in vertical rows on the left and right of the front panel. The other 6 programs can be accessed with the Cooking Mode buttons on the bottom of the panel. Use the Cooking Mode button on the left to select yogurt, ferment or sterilize. Use the Cooking Mode button on the right to select cake, baking or chicken.
There are Plus and Minus buttons in the middle of the front panel. Use these to adjust the cooking time up or down.
The Souspreme Slow Cooking mode is 212º F, which corresponds to the Low setting.
What is an electric pressure cooker?
A pressure cooker is a sealed, airtight pot for cooking foods quickly at high pressure and a high temperature. An electric pressure cooker is a countertop appliance, as opposed to a stovetop pressure cooker. Food cooks in an inner pot that fits inside the appliance. All pressure cookers, electric or stovetop, have a specialized lid with a tight seal, pressure release system and safety features.
What are the advantages of an electric pressure cooker?
The electric pressure cooker provides the advantages of pressure cooking: better taste, texture and nutrients, with a shorter cooking time. As a countertop appliance, the electric pressure cooker is also highly convenient and reliable, and it frees up the stovetop.
Electric pressure cooker and multi pot – what’s the difference?
A multi pot is a countertop appliance that combines an electric pressure cooker with additional cooking programs. The number of additional cooking programs, and convenience features, can vary by multi pot brand and model.
What types of cooking programs do multi pots provide?
Multi pot models can vary on the number of pre-programmed cooking modes that they offer – as well as pressure setting, cooking times, built-in convenience features and more. Some can make slow-cooked recipes, and some have a keep-warm function. They may provide a choice of cooking at low pressure or high pressure.
What culinary trends impact the multi pot?
The multi pot originated as an electric pressure cooker with additional pre-set programs for cooking convenience. Current culinary trends such as sous vide, fermenting, yogurt making and more are inspiring new and advanced multi pot models. Also, user-friendly countertop appliances are becoming increasingly popular with home cooks.
What is sous vide?
Sous vide is a cooking method where food is sealed in an air-tight plastic bag and then cooked in a water bath. Sous vide cooks at a low temperature for an extended period of time, in contrast to an electric pressure cooker that cooks at high pressure for a shorter time. Both sous vide and the electric pressure cooker retain moisture and nutrients by cooking food in a closed system.
Why is there growing interest in sous vide?
Sous vide has long been important in restaurant kitchens, and is now gaining popularity among home cooks. Sous vide is highly reliable, and it cooks extremely evenly. Sous vide is a favored cooking method for meat, poultry and vegetables.
What equipment is required for sous vide?
Sous vide requires a water bath that maintains a constant temperature for an extended period of time. This is essential for food safety as well as best culinary results, so special equipment is required to heat and monitor the water. The Fissler Souspreme is the first multi pot with integrated sous vide capabilities.
Why are sous vide and the electric pressure cooker considered tools for healthy cooking?
Both sous vide and the electric pressure cooker cook foods within closed systems, so nutrients do not escape during cooking.
What is the relationship between grilling and sous vide?
Grilling experts will use sous vide to cook meat evenly to perfection, and then finish the meat on the grill. So, an advanced multi pot with sous vide capability can enhance grilling results, making them more succulent.
What is the difference between a slow cooker and sous vide?
Both sous vide and slow cooking involve cooking at lower temperatures for a longer period of time. Sous vide is different in that it cooks food in a sealed air-tight plastic pouch, which cooks more evenly and retains moisture and nutrients. Slow cooking and sous vide are two separate functions that are both offered by the Fissler Souspreme Multi Pot.
What is the difference between a multi pot and a steamer?
A steamer is a stovetop cookware set that steams food over boiling water. An advanced multi pot offers two efficient ways to steam, with and without pressure – in addition to other functions.
What is fermentation, and how is it accomplished?
Fermentation incorporates yeast or bacteria into the cooking process, which takes place in a sealed system. Yogurt, sauerkraut and kimchi are among the foods that require fermentation. An electric pressure cooker or advanced multi pot can be used to conveniently ferment foods at home.
What is the difference between a rice cooker and a multi pot or electric pressure cooker?
A rice cooker is a countertop appliance that is specialized for cooking rice and grains. A multi pot or electric pressure cooker perform the functions of a rice cooker, but with additional capabilities for other cooking styles.
When does a multi pot become an “all-around kitchen appliance?”
The Fissler Souspreme Multi Pot is an all-around kitchen appliance because of its many user-friendly functions: electric pressure cooker, slow cooker, sous vide, rice cooker, steamer, and more. Quality construction, built-in convenience features and reliable electric pressure cooker safety systems are important features of the Souspreme.
What if I don’t have room in my kitchen for one more countertop appliance?
The Souspreme Multi Pot performs the functions of multiple appliances and pieces of equipment. So, this one multi pot saves space in the long run by eliminating the need for a separate electric pressure cooker, slow cooker, rice cooker, steamer, etc.
Is an advanced multi pot difficult to use?
An advanced multi pot such as the Fissler Souspreme is easy to use. Eighteen one-touch cooking programs allow the user to choose the electric pressure cooker function, slow cooking, sous vide, etc. Built-in safety and convenience features are additional reasons for the growing popularity of advanced multi pots.