Fissler USA has launched its Souspreme Multi Pot that allows the home chef to pressure cook, slow cook and sous vide with one unit.
Equipped with 18 one-touch cooking programs, the new multi-cooker will be available for shipping in the second quarter and is priced at $149.99. The countertop kitchen appliance will be on display in January at the Atlanta International Gift & Home Furnishings Market, Dallas Total Home & Gift Market and in March at the International Home & Housewares Show.
Best known for its assortment of cookware, the Souspreme is Fissler USA’s first countertop appliance.
“What the Souspreme does for sous vide is similar to what the Instant Pot did for pressure cooking, taking a niche cooking method viewed as difficult by most and making it extremely easy and accessible,” said Chris Robason, managing director of Fissler America Inc. “Sous vide also ties into the one-pot trend and healthy cooking.”
The company recently debuted its new line of cookware, Adamant.