MY TOP PALEO PRESSURE COOKER & INSTANT POT RECIPES
After reading Marie Kondo’s The Life-Changing Magic of cleaning and joined the cult of KonMari, I decided to dump or donate all my kitchen appliances are no longer fueled fun. I am happy to be rounded up to the bread maker, toaster, and Panini have worn in my cemetery equipment (aka our garage), and reduce them off at Goodwill. From now on, I’m only keeping the kitchen gadgets that I actually use on a regular basis. Believe it or not, only a few that are making cuts and even though I do not like to play favorites, one device that deserves a fixed position on the counter (and in heart my) Instant Pot is me. My reason is that it is a device with 7-in-1, so it replaces a range of other devices, but to be honest with you, I pretty much use my Instant Pot cooking just for a Pressurized.
You’ve heard me say before: pressure cooking is a gamechanger-especially for the home chef as my busy schedule. When I’m pressed for time, but appetite which usually take forever to prepare (such as bone soup, cut the difficulty of meat, braised winter vegetables), I switched to my pressure cookers. In addition, there is the added bonus of saving money because I can make cheaper cuts such as breast and braising shanks dinner on weekdays simple. In fact, even when I do not have enough time to use a slow cooker, I will get me Instant Pot cause “when it is done cooking, this small device depressurizes natural intelligence and keep warm my food until I was ready to eat. no noise, no mess!
Although I also own a stovetop pressure cookers, my use Instant Pot is best. It’s basically very clear, and I never have to babysit it. Even if it is stifling hot, I can quickly whip together a delicious stew that does not heat up my kitchen, which means it’s perfect for cooking all year round.
[One thing to note: The Instant Pot cooking at a lower vapor pressure (11.6 psi) than the pressure cooker my chef (15 psi), but that just means adding a few minutes to cooking time. The general rule of thumb is to increase the cooking time by 7-15% when using my Instant Pot recipe for a pressure cooker.]
My three favorite hack save time pressure cookers:
- When our family was about to sit at the dinner table, I started cooking a meal, usually a stew in the pot immediately. By the time we’re done eating, the stew is finished cooking, which means I can store it in the fridge for later, and do the dishes just once.
- Tired of waiting for the bone broth to cook? Throw the ingredients for bone broth into your Instant Pot bedtime. By the time you wake up, you can do tension and store water for later use. Bonus: no smell!
- Before throwing it to your Instant Pot, be sure to cut the meat into uniform pieces to ensure even cooking. Also, it goes without saying that small blocks faster cook larger volumes (so I absolutely did not say it).
Many of my readers have asked me to write a FAQ Instant Pot, but why re-invent the wheel? If you have questions about cooking time, turn to the charts by Hip Pressure Cooking. There are many questions about Instant Pot? This article is helpful for dark Cooks father should answer all of ’em.
Ready to start cooking the pressure? Then roll up your sleeves and check out your favorite driver friendly Whole30 Pressure Cooker / Instant recipes My Pot:
Braised Kale pressure cookers and Carrots: My kids happily eat nutritious vegetarian dishes packed it without any complaints. ‘Nuff said….
Pressure cooker Crispy Potatoes: Potatoes are now back on my plate (seriously: they even Whole30 compliance, people), this is my favorite dish and how quickiest to this!
Indian Lamb Curry pressure cooker spare ribs: If Indian curry is your jam, make today!
Pressure Cooker Kalua Pig: Kalua pig Who? You can get it in your abs in just 2 hours using a pressure cooker. TWO HOURS. And I hate to say this, but I think it tastes even better than my slow cooker version. Really.
Pressure Cooker Lamb Shanks: This recipe is incredibly satisfying and comforting. The tender meat falls right off the bone. And I get hungry just writing about this dish.
Pressure Cooker Beef Mexico: One of the all time favorite of my beef stew!
Grass Fed Pressure Cooker Beef Back Ribs: Got beef back ribs? And a pressure cooker? Then make some tender, finger-lickin ‘ribs in no time at all!
Pressure Cooker Pot Roast rubbing Mocha: My friend Steph Gaudreau responsible for this wonderful recipe -I just makes it faster to get into your mouth.
Pressure cooker beef tomato Porcini and short ribs: Mushroom + tomato + short rib = umami explosion. If you have not tried this recipe, what are you waiting for?
Bone Broth fast pressure cooker: As soon as anyone in my family complains about feeling under the weather, I took some bone from the freezer and frozen to make a wide range of pressure cooker soup-bone right. You can, too!
Pressure Cooker Spaghetti Squash: Scammers noodles can be done in a flash in your pressure cooker. I often make it ahead and keep them in my refrigerator to satisfy vegetarians immediately.
Pressure Cooker Bo Kho: Vietnamese beef stew this flavor-packed as comfortable in a bowl.
Pressure Cooker Lemongrass + Coconut Chicken: Try packing this umami Thai-inspired chicken stew tonight! It will only take 30 minutes!
Thai Beef Stew pressure cookers: So easy and delicious! This would be a day of the week!
Salsa Chicken Tacos pressure cookers: A family favorite!
Pressure Cookers Chicken Italian Summer: It’s a quick blast of summer, tender chicken, juicy cherry tomatoes, fresh aromatic herbs and butter, salty green olives.
Instant Pot hard “boiled” eggs Devils & Lazy: In 20 minutes from start to finish, you’ll get a lot of eggs cooked perfectly and easily peeled!
Instant Pot Curried Cream of Broccoli Soup: My favorite way to cook soup in a pressure cooker!
Psst! I’ve updated my Recipe Index includes special pressure cookers/Pot slow cookers immediately and kind! Remember to bookmark this master list, and check it again, because I update it whenever I post a new recipe.
Now, GO PRESSURE COOK SOMETHING!
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