Deni 9770 Electric Pressure Cooker (2 Quart)

December 28, 2013

I thought it was important to preface this review by mentioning that I am a big fan of pressure cooking. I use my pressure cooker whenever possible, for the simple fact that it cuts down meal prep time and makes foods taste better. As such, I’ve gone through my fair share of electric pressure cooking appliances, and am always in pursuit of the perfect product.


Recently, I had the opportunity to try out the Deni 9770 Electric Pressure Cooker. A friend of mine had been raving about it, so I gave in and finally got one of my own, so that I could put it to the test and share my findings. Read my detailed review below to see the specs, pros and cons of this electric pressure cooker, and to find out if it received my stamp of approval.

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The Specs…


This Deni Pressure Cooker has a two quart capacity. It measures 15 x 11.5 x 12 inches , and weighs about 6.1 pounds. The shipping weight of the product is also around 8 pounds. It uses 600-watts power while operating.


The outside of the appliance is made of brushed stainless steel, and includes a cool touch lid and handles, for safety. The product comes standard with a pressure safety lid locks, which allow for increased pressure build up and added security while the appliance is pressurized. It also features a  steam release valve, so that you can release pressure quickly and conveniently. The inner pot is removable, and includes a non-stick coating that is easy to clean.


This model goes for around $55.00 plus shipping and handling online.



The Features…


The Deni Pressure Cooker features an LED Display and digital control panel, making it easy to start cooking your meals in just seconds. Its innovative design also allows you to  reduce cooking time by up to 70%, when compared to stove top or oven cooking.


The delay time feature (which goes up to 9 hours) is a big plus for those who are always on the go, as it enables you to set the timer in advance and come home to a warm, delicious meal. Best of all, given that you use only a fraction of the liquid you would normally use, you can rest assured that your foods are going to retain a vast majority of their vitamins and minerals.


The compact design of this appliance makes it perfect for smaller spaces. However, even though it may be smaller, it still is extremely versatile for its size. There are various settings for preparing: chicken, beef, rice, soups, stews, and vegetables.


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The Pros…


The best thing about this product is its size and design. Most electric pressure cookers on the market today are big and bulky. They not only take up a great deal of counter space, but storage space as well. That’s not the case with the Deni 9770 Electric Pressure Cooker. Despite the fact that it is more compact, it still feeds a family of four with ease.


The digital controls are also extremely simple and straightforward to use. Given that some of the other pressure cookers on the market today can have control panels can be challenging, to say the least, it’s refreshing to have pre-set settings that allow you to cook your favorite meals without scouring the web for appropriate cooking times or PSI settings.


The Dupont non stick inner pot (which features a Teflon Scratchguard surface) is ideal for quick clean up. You won’t have to spend time in the kitchen after the fact, trying to scratch off remnants of meats or grains, which is always a plus. The keep warm option is also great, since you won’t have to worry about your meal cooling down if the pressurization stops before you get home or are ready to eat.




The Cons…


There are just a few small cons that I have noticed for this particular pressure cooker. However, I must say that none of the setbacks I’m about to mention will be very significant for a vast majority of pressure cooker users. Firstly, the size of this cooker can be troublesome for some, especially if you want to make larger roasts or whole chickens, as it is only a 2 quart.


Also, you have to be careful about how much liquid you use, since this unit does take a bit of time to actually build up pressure. If you add in too much liquid, you can drastically lengthen cooking times and end up with less than desirable results.


Lastly, it can take quite some time for the unit to cool off once it’s done cooking. Since it has the keep warm function, you’ll have to turn that off and wait for about half an hour before even trying to touch the appliance, as the inner pot can stay rather hot. This also means that it’s not the safest unit to have in a household with curious children. However, you can just insure that you keep it out of their reach if you’re concerned about this.



The Bottom Line…


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This is one of the most affordable models that I’ve reviewed, as well as the smallest, but it’s one that I’d definitely recommend to anyone who is only planning on preparing small meals or side dishes. All of the drawbacks to the product are rather small, in the grand scheme of things, and really shouldn’t keep you from giving this appliance a try if you’re in the market for a compact and efficient model.


If you would like a unit that has a wide range or pre-set settings, then this is ideal. It also has a feature that allows you to manually set your cooking time (but only for up to 99 minutes). So, if you’re looking for a do-it-yourself option for more complex or time consuming meals, then you may want to opt for another model, such as the Instant Pot IP-LUX60 6-in-1 Programmable Pressure Cooker. However, that also comes with a higher price tag.


Overall, if you are on the lookout for a budget friendly electric pressure cooker for smaller quantities of food, this is definitely the way to go.



Picking out the best pressure cooker can be a challenge, but we’ve got you covered. Our site has all of the reviews for today’s leading models, all in one place. We offer you the opportunity to view the advantages of each electric pressure cooker, along with some drawbacks that you may want to consider before hitting that buy button. 

Category: Cheaper than most, Light Weight - 10 to 12 lbs, Smaller Capacity

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