Author: Mike Vrobel

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Throwback: Weeknight Turkey Chili

My kids are lobbying for chili, the grocery store has a sale on ground turkey, and my bean box has black beans. Time for some Turkey and Black Bean chili. Recipe: Pressure Cooker Turkey and Black Bean Chili Link: Pressure Cooker Turkey and Black Bean Chili Related Posts Pressure Cooker Quick Chili with Canned BeansInstant Pot Steak Chili Instant Pot Quick Turkey Chili with Canned BeansTurkey and Dried Black Bean Chili (Stovetop version)My other Instant Pot Pressure Cooker Recipes Enjoyed this post? Want to help out DadCooksDinner? Subscribe to DadCooksDinner via email and share this post with your friends. Want to contribute directly? Donate to my Tip Jar, or buy something from Amazon.com through the links on this site. Thank you.

PicOfTheWeek: Potatoes and Eggs in the pot

Working on a new recipe…hmm…what could it be? Related Recipes Instant Pot Fingerling Potatoes with Herbes de Provence Instant Pot Hard-Boiled Eggs, or Is the 5-5-5 Method a Myth? Instant Pot Loaded Smashed Red Potatoes Instant Pot Wasabi Deviled Eggs Enjoyed this post? Want to help out DadCooksDinner? Subscribe to DadCooksDinner via email and share this post with your friends. Want to contribute directly? Donate to my Tip Jar, or buy something from Amazon.com through the links on this site. Thank you.

PicOfTheWeek: Scarlet Runner Beans

Rancho Gordo Bean Box Time! I’m digging in to my new pile of beans, and these huge Scarlet Runner beans are first on the list. Recipe coming soon, but it will be similar to my Instant Pot Royal Corona beans recipe. Royal Coronas and Scarlet Runners are in the same family of beans, and cook the same way. What do you think? Questions? Other ideas? Leave them in the comments section below. Related Posts Instant Pot Royal Corona Beans Instant Pot Chipotle Beans Pressure Cooker Santa Maria Pinquito Beans My other Instant Pot Pressure Cooker Recipes Enjoyed this post? Want to help out DadCooksDinner? Subscribe to DadCooksDinner via email and share this post with your friends. Want to contribute directly? Donate to my Tip Jar, or buy something from Amazon.com through the links on this site. Thank you.

Short ribs with coconut curry sauce in a teal bowl with rice, and bowls of cilantro, shallots, limes, and curry paste in the background

Instant Pot Short Ribs with Coconut Milk and Thai Curry

Bon Appetit’s Short Ribs Slow-Roasted in Coconut Milk inspired me, and I had to do my own take on the recipe. Here it is: Instant Pot Short Ribs with Coconut Milk and Thai Curry. This is a cross-Pacific riff on Thai curry. I borrow the four flavors of Thai food: hot (curry) sour (lime) salty (soy sauce) and sweet (coconut milk). These ribs come out fall-apart tender, and swimming in a flavorful curry sauce. This recipe is not particularly authentic, but it is delicious, and it can be stocked from the International aisle of most grocery stores. It’s also a simple enough recipe to make on a weeknight. The only pre-pressure cooking is a quick sauté of the shallot, garlic, and ginger. After that, it’s dump and stir, and the result is well worth the (minimal) effort. Recipe: Instant Pot Short Ribs with Coconut Milk and Thai Curry Related Posts Pressure Cooker Coconut RicePressure Cooker Thai Panang Beef CurryPressure Cooker Thai Green Chicken CurryPressure Cooker Thai Yellow Chicken CurryMy other Instant Pot Pressure Cooker Recipes …

Throwback Thursday: A Batch of Beef Broth

Ah, the joys of getting older. I’m scheduled for my first colonoscopy tomorrow, and today I have to eat – or should I say, drink – an all-liquid diet. I spent the weekend stocking up with…stock. This is my batch of browed beef broth, today’s dinner. (And breakfast, and lunch…) Recipes Pressure Cooker Browned Beef Stock (Pictured above) Pressure Cooker Browned Chicken Broth Pressure Cooker Vegetable Broth Enjoyed this post? Want to help out DadCooksDinner? Subscribe to DadCooksDinner via email and share this post with your friends. Want to contribute directly? Donate to my Tip Jar, or buy something from Amazon.com through the links on this site. Thank you.