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Instant Pot Miracle: From Gourmet to Everyday, 175 Must-Have Recipes

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  • Crustless tomato-spinach quiche [Barbara Schieving]

    • RNocked1 on February 11, 2018

      Timing waaaaay off

  • One-pot instant lasagna [Carla Bushey]

    • Foodiewife on November 19, 2017

      Recipe cooked the pasta, but had WAY to much liquid. Next time, I'll reduce the water to 3 cups. I also added 1/2 cup Parmesan cheese to the ricotta, and that was perfect. Good recipe, but could use these improvements.

    • karaslady on November 30, 2018

      Used ground turkey instead of meats called for, as hubby doesn't eat red meat. Turned out great!

  • German pork roast [Jenny Hartin]

    • MarionInSavannah on April 16, 2018

      I've made this recipe several times now, and it's delicious. HOWEVER, the instructions as given, for the first cook of the pork loin for 12 minutes, resulted in pork that was so overdone it became dry and mealy. I reduced the first cook time to 6 minutes and got a perfect, juicy piece of pork, cooked to the proper temperature and much more flavorful.

  • General Tso's chicken [Carla Bushey]

    • jluvs2bake on November 29, 2018

      Good enough but not great. Too salty and could use some more kick. I didn't cut the chicken small enough. I'd do no more than 1/2" cubes next time.

  • Ham & sweet corn risotto

    • Foodiewife on November 19, 2017

      Turned out okay, but this is the second recipe that I felt there was too much liquid. The risotto thickened up a bit, but next time I'll reduce by 1/2 cup on the liquid. PC risotto is okay, but it is no substitute for making it the traditional way.

  • Mushroom & spinach risotto

    • Zosia on February 17, 2019

      The flavour was very good and the consistency was quite respectable for the little time and effort that went into making it...certainly much better than baked risotto recipes I've tried.

  • Mexican quinoa

    • Zosia on November 29, 2018

      Both the timing and the amount of liquid were off. After 2 minutes, it was still soupy and the quinoa wasn't yet cooked. I cooked it another 2 minutes. The result was much better but it was still a little too wet and the tomatoes suffered from the additional cook time. I actually think they were part of the problem; it seems their liquid wasn't accounted for in this recipe. Canned tomatoes, chopped and drained, (and a little less liquid), might have worked better or perhaps natural release instead of quick. Flavour was good with the suggested accompaniments. (coriander, lime etc).

  • Spicy brown rice & bean soup [Jill Nussinow]

    • Zosia on October 26, 2018

      I'm just starting to play with my latest kitchen toy and this was my first recipe using dried beans. They were cooked perfectly, as was the rice, and the soup, simple though it was, had good flavour. It was quite hearty, so the lime, herbs and greens added at the end provided a much needed lift.

  • Carrot-ginger soup

    • Zosia on January 09, 2019

      This soup had a wonderful silky smooth texture but was lacking in flavour. Older carrots may have been part of the problem but the ginger wasn't very strong either. I think the potato probably diluted all of the flavours. EYB tells me I have many variations of this soup to try; at least now I know how to make it in my instant pot.

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  • ISBN 10 1328851052
  • ISBN 13 9781328851055
  • Published Oct 03 2017
  • Format Paperback
  • Page Count 304
  • Language English
  • Countries United States
  • Publisher Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

Publishers Text

Tasting Table calls the Instant Pot “the hottest kitchen tool since George Foreman’s pint-size grill” and everyone from Ruth Reichl to top food bloggers rave about its efficiency, convenience, and affordability. Now, with this licensed cookbook—one of the most comprehensive published to date—you can discover exactly how much this miracle appliance can do.

This full-color cookbook features recipes for all the functions of the Instant Pot, from everyday staples to surprising new dishes. You’ll find more than 175 recipes for everything from breakfast to dessert, including delicious soups and stews, vegetable mains and sides, jams and yogurts—even an entire cheesecake. This must-have cookbook is the perfect companion to the best-selling kitchen appliance to come along in decades.