Do you have mountains of cookbooks lying around that you never use? It’s time to get the one collection of recipes that you’ll turn to over and over again!
“Instant Pot Cookbook – An Extensive Instant Pot Pressure Cookbook with 225 Fast, Easy, and Healthy Recipes for Incredibly Delicious and Nourishing Meals” has all the meals you could possibly want for every possible occasion. In a time when most people are super busy and often resort to fast or frozen food, the Instant Pot cookbook provides an alternative that is not only convenient, it’s healthy.
Pressure cooking is the best way to prepare any food, especially vegetables and fruit, in terms of how much nutritional value is preserved. Slow cookers, while convenient, cook a lot of the nutrition out of your meal. The Instant Pot retains all the vitamins and minerals you need, and so quickly that it rivals the time it takes to wait for takeout. If you haven’t been cooking at home because of time constraints, those days are over.
This cookbook provides all of the background info you need to start using your electric pressure cooker today. You’ll learn how to use the control panel and the automatic cooking programs, as well as the Manual settings. Keeping the Instant Pot clean is an important part of pressure-cooker ownership, so the book will walk you through the different pieces to focus on and how to keep them in the best shape possible. The cleaning process isn’t hard, and it ensures your cooker lasts a long time.
So, what can you make with an Instant Pot pressure cooker? With 225 recipes, the possibilities are endless. This collection includes recipes for:
- Breakfast quinoa w/ maple syrup
- Huevos rancheros
- Chipotle-chocolate chicken chili
- Goat cheese mashed potatoes
- Lobster tails
- Lasagna soup
- Apple crisp
- Brownie cakes
When you use the Instant Pot pressure cooker, you can make recipes that will impress anyone who comes to your table. Even if you don’t think of yourself as a good cook, you’ll feel much differently when you prepare your first meal. You’ll want to make everything at home, including holiday dinners, and there will be little to no stress about how long something takes, or how you’ll know when it’s done. Pressure cooking has been around for a long time, but with the Instant Pot, it’s entered the 21st century.