I heart my Instant Pot. And as much as I heart it, I could really do better about learning how to use some of the features beyond pressure cooking, and making rice.
Steaming, sautéing, canning, slow cooking, making yogurt. I have done none of these things with my Instant Pot yet. But you know? I really should. I get annoyed with ‘one pot’ recipes that involve one pot… and an oven… and a pan for browning or sautéing. You can, theoretically, do it all in the IP. aHEM. If you actually use the features.
So, yeah. Bring it, Instant Pot® Electric Pressure Cooker Cookbook. Can you turn me from a fond devotee to the high priestess of the Instant Pot cult? Considering that I work 12 hour days and I get culinary restlessness easily, I think perhaps you can.
On My ‘To Make’ List
- Caramelized Onion Dip
- Blue Cheese Crostini with Bacon Jam
- Vegetable Pot Stickers with Sesame-Ginger Dipping Sauce
- Orange- and Honey-Glazed Carrots
- Garlicky Kale and Bacon
- Apple Cider and Thyme Braised Brisket
- Beef Ragù
- Ropa Vieja
- Balsamic Beef Short Ribs
- Cranberry and Herb-Stuffed Turkey Breast
- Beer Garden Casserole
- Sage and Rosemary Pork Loin
- Double Chocolate Cheesecake
- Lemon Soufflé Pudding Cake
This review is based on a NetGalley ARC provided in exchange for an honest, unbiased opinion.