You’ve got an Instant Pot… and kitchen life as you know it is about to drastically change! But maybe you don’t know where to start? How to clean and care for your Instant Pot? What recipes actually work? When the user’s manual isn’t enough, try these Instant Pot resources!
I use my Instant Pot to cook perfectly fluffy quinoa in just 4 (yes, you read that right) minutes is truly a wonder! AND I give it a long soak first to reduce phytic acid and saponins for better digestion! Here’s how!
If you’ve been avoiding clam chowder because of the dairy, gluten, potatoes, or carbs, say HELLO to this one-pot, low-carb clam chowder! Not only is it dairy-free, gluten-free, and potato-free, it’s also made in the Instant Pot from start to finish!
I’ve had my Instant Pot for a year. Here’s my honest review of the Instant Pot — learning how to pressure cook, problems, and what’s next for me & my IP!
I have an irrational fear of unfamiliar cuts of meat. Yet there they were: the short ribs, lying in a brick of frost, daring me to grab them and attempt something. When in doubt, I always turn to big, bold flavors. The sauce is kinda like Asian BBQ — thus, “Asian Fusion”. Whatever it is, you can’t go wrong!
Comfort food looks like a cheesy casserole, my mom’s chicken fried steak, and chicken noodle soup. And jambalaya. Oh, how I love thee…Tonight we’re having some Southern comfort… easy and spicy Instant Pot jambalaya (hello! only 1 pot!)!
To buy kale hummus at my health food store, I had to shell out $1 per ounce! Or, I could make it myself, at home. Sprouted chickpeas take this hummus up a notch and make it nourishing and super digestible. The addition of steamed kale and fresh chives gives this sprouted hummus a powerful punch of greens for the perfect appetizer or snack!
Chicken Tikka Masala that’s made quick and easy in the Instant Pot! It includes anti-inflammatory turmeric, garlic, and ginger. Suitable for Paleo, Whole30, and Trim Healthy Mamas, this classic Indian dish with a rich and creamy sauce is wonderfully comforting!
The Hubs would be home for lunch in 53 minutes, and girlfriend, no one cooks a good beef stew in 53 minutes! *Except I did*. And I gave it a smokey, spicy Mexican twist. Holy cow, is it ever good.
I love wild rice. I love that it’s a local food for me — since I live in its native region. I love that it’s high in protein, allergy-friendly, gluten-free, has 30 times more antioxidants than white rice. Yet, it takes forever to cook! Here’s how to shave the cooking time!