On October 21, 2015 Breville Pty Ltd issued a recall on the Breville Fast Slow Cooker BPR200 white lid gasket from units with production date codes 1034 through to 1511. Consumers who have the Fast Slow Cooker in their possession should contact Breville customer service to arrange for a replacement gasket kit to be sent to them, free of charge. Please call 1300 727 424 or email for further assistance. Read more on the official Breville site:
140 questions from our users
What is the PSI of High , Medium and Low setting on Breville Fast Slow Cooker, Model BPR200
Can you use the warm function to reheat the cooled cooked food before serving??
The Breville® BPR200 Fast Slow Cooker™ will finish Slow Cooking and automatically go into the Keep Warm mode for 30 minutes. If this time is not enough, the Keep Warm function can be manually selected and programmed for between 2 and 99 minutes. It will take some time to take cooled food and reheat it using the Keep Warm function but it can be done.
How do I know what pressure setting to set the pressure Cooker at low, medium, or high. I know the recipes say which setting but if I'm not cooking off a recipe how do I know which setting? Thanks oh also I really love the breville fast/slow pressure Cooker, it's my first one and I think it is fantastic have had no problems at all
If you are testing a new recipe, you may need to check the components and match them with another one that has the settings already decided. For example, if you are cooking a dish that uses bone-in meat, you'll want higher temperatures and higher pressure to ensure the meat is tender. If you are cooking stock, medium pressure is preferred.
Breville, love my Fast Slow Cooker, but the pressure selection valve is jammed on high. Any ideas? I've tried everything to loosen it up and get it to move to no avail.
My Breville Fast/Slow cooker is 3 years old and It hasn't had a lot of use, I mainly cook with it in winter. I got it out the other day and cant get the lid open it just doesn't want to turn. Has anyone else had this problem as I'm soo disappointed thought I would get more use out of it for the price.
so the lid should just turn to the left and then you just lift it off. Sometimes it seems that it doesn't want to come off at all but it does if it's turned the correct way.
If no joy, give them a call I refer to this vid sometimes
Anyone have a cooker that died but wish to sell or donate the lid? I’m missing the safety locking pin. They don’t sell them as replacement parts and new lids cost the same as a whole new cooker!
My bpr200 starts to slow cook and then stops/turns off half way through cooking....Ive had the machine for near on 5 years...Time for a new one or is there a fix?
Ive used the cooker once but now the LCD screen wont turn on (yes its all plugged in) so I cant use it any longer. Any ideas?
First time using the slow cooker, I came in a few hours later and noticed it was still on 6h does it not count down? I thought maybe I had forgotten to press start or something and stopped and started it again!!!! In think I may have lost 3 hours of cooking or was it cooking and the timer dosent count down?
It should count down, and that’s what mine has stopped doing - doesn’t countdown and then burns the food!
the recipe book states to cook a roast with the pressure cooker function it will take approx 15 minutes for a 1.2kg size but if i was to use a 2.4 instead would i just double the time? i have never used a pressure cooker before so im clueless? many thanks
I've had the Fast-Slow Pro for a couple of months and it seems to have issues with the safety pin and the hole not aligning properly unless I play with it. Is this normal?
What is the volume of the duo cup?? We have lost ours
I have lost mine too and found this:
3/4 of a standard measuring cup of water (or .71 of an AU cup to be more specific when converting from US cups to AU cups) and 5.5oz (156g) of rice.
Source: Rice cooker manual - http://www.brevilleusasupport.com/brc350xl/care-and-use (and https://www.breville.com/us/en/parts-accessories/parts/sp0010531.html for reassurance that they are the same cup for both machines).
what is the measurement of the rice cup I misplaced mine
I'm still trying how to find out how to open after cooking. Mine will not turn around sufficiently to release. It isn't hot. Any help?
I have moved and my safety locking pin is missing
Where can I get one in South Australia?
where can get a bowl from breville bowl from here in new zealand?
Breville New Zealand would be happy to assist, please contact one of our dedicated support reps give us a call Monday through Friday 8am-4:30pm at 0800 273 845 or online at https://breville.co.nz
how to cook rice?
If this was directed at me, sorry but I have no idea, I'm one of those Paleo Diet weirdos..., I don't eat rice at all and I've never felt better, when I did eat rice many years ago now, I used a cheap rice cooker, it worked rather well ;)
I cooked white medium grain rice in mine first time today and very pleased.Wash 2cups rice and add it to 2 cups water. Turn on Steam low setting for 7minutes.When it's finished, push the pressure release valve till no more Steam and take lid off and fluff it with a heatproof spatula to release remaining Steam.My results were perfect.
Is it okay to make deep dish pizza in this slow cooker? Will it burn if there's not any water in the cooker?
We would not recommend this.
Hi, I have had this for a few years now and cooked about ten times in it but my husband won't eat anything due to the chemical taste/smell of the food after it is cooked. I wondered if it had to do with the non stick coating? Has anyone else had this experience or any suggestions?
We haven't had any of those issues with the taste or smell only the cooker keeps turning off and have to reset it continuously
Thanks Diane for your reply. I thought it might disappear after a couple of uses but it hasn't - weird? Your problem sounds like a right pain though.
We have the same issue with a chemical smell & taste to everything that is cooked in it. I have tried everything to get rid of the smell but it will not go away. We bought ours several years ago & only used it a few times too. Have recently tried again to get rid of the smell & have cooked in it twice over the past two months and no use. The pressure cooker doesn't work right either so tempted to throw it out.
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