VSLPC60 Basics 101

Hi Everyone!

Our Versonel 6 Quart Programmable 6-in-1 Electric Pressure Cooker VSLPC60 has been selling all over the United States, and we couldn’t be more thrilled! With all these sales brings a lot questions from our consumers about how to properly use the Versonel Pressure Cooker. This blog is to *hopefully* answer all the questions you may have about your new pressure cooker!


Preset Buttons:

To use these, simply add your food, plug in your pressure cooker, select the button for what you are cooking and close the lid. That’s it!

Soup/Stew – 55 minutes

Fish/Vegetable – 30 minutes

Meat/Chicken – 45 minutes

Beans/Chili – 40 minutes

(brown) Rice – 60 minutes

Oatmeal – 45 minutes

Steam – 55 minutes


You may realize that some of these times could be way under or over what you need depending on the size of your meal. If you want to cook for a time other than these presets, simply:

Plug in your pressure cooker & add your food

Push On Demand Pressure, then the + or – button to adjust your time

That’s it!


Here are some examples:

Pressure Cooker Mac & Cheese:

Dump in 16oz of uncooked macaroni. Pinch of Kosher Salt. 4 cups of water.

Push On Demand Pressure and “-” until you get to 4 minutes.

After 4 minutes of cooking, do a quick release of steam (it helps to put a towel over the steam release), but keep on Warm function. Once the steam is released, add 2 TBS of butter.

Mix 2 eggs, 12 oz of evaporated mil and seasoning to takes – i like to kick it up with some ground mustard and smokes paprika, salt & pepper and throw it in with the noodles. Mix in 20 oz of shredded cheese. Stir. All Done!


Plain White Rice:

1 cup of rinsed rice. 1.25 cups of water. 0.5t of salt. Mix together. On demand pressure for 3 minutes. Natural release the steam (which means do NOT open the steam vent) for 10 minutes. THEN open the vent. Open the lid, fluff with fork. Done.


How do I Saute with my pressure cooker?

Very simply! Plug in the pressure cooker, and push Keep Warm/Cancel – This will activate HOT mode, which allows you to saute in the same pan you will cook in. Pretty cool, huh?


Since I know a lot of people have been asking, I am going to do my best to continue to post recipes and tips here on this blog. Have a specific question? Ask me! I’ll answer it, I promise! 🙂


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s