Instant Pot Turkey Bone Broth (Turkey Carcass Broth). What do I do with this leftover turkey carcass? Stock up! It’s time to make a big batch of turkey broth.
Instant Pot Turkey Giblet and Wing Broth. How do I make turkey broth before Thanksgiving? I pressure cook the neck and giblets from my turkey, and add in some extra turkey wings.
Instant Pot Cranberry Sauce. Homemade cranberry sauce is a quick and easy make-ahead side dish for Thanksgiving, especially if you have a pressure cooker.
Instant Pot Butternut Squash Soup, a simple fall squash soup thanks to pressure cooking.
Instant Pot Small Red Beans (Domingo Rojo Beans). A pot of beans, ready in about an hour thanks to pressure cooking.
Instant Pot Rotisserie Chicken Broth. Homemade broth is pressure cooking’s secret weapon, and it’s quick and easy if you start with a store-bought rotisserie chicken.
Instant Pot Maple Cheesecake with Candied Walnuts. A sweet fall treat from the pressure cooker.
Instant Pot Greek Baby Potatoes, the classic Greek diner side dish, adapted for pressure cooking.
Instant Pot Chickpeas and Tomato Lemon Vinaigrette. Pressure cooked garbanzo beans tossed with cherry tomatoes and lemon dressing, for a hearty side dish or vegetarian main course.
Instant Pot Coconut Brown Rice. Jasmine rice, coconut milk, and pressure cooking make this healthy, slightly sweet side dish.
Instant Pot Potato Salad. The classic summertime side dish, made easy with pressure cooking.
Instant Pot Scarlet Runner Beans. Big beans pressure cooked in under an hour (after an overnight soak), with a big creamy, meaty flavor.
Instant Pot Risotto with Pork and Cinnamon. A filling risotto with ground pork and a hint of cinnamon, made easy by pressure cooking the risotto. No need for constant stirring!
Instant Pot Dulce de Leche Cheesecake. Want your guests to say “You made *what* in the pressure cooker?” Try a pressure cooked cheesecake topped with pressure cooked caramel from a can of condensed milk.
Instant Pot Cannellini Beans with Tomatoes and Pancetta. A hearty Italian-inspired pressure cooker side dish (or bean stew) with cured pork and tomatoes.
Instant Pot Roasted Lentils. A quick and crunchy snack, cooked in the pressure cooker and then roasted in the oven.
Instant Pot Royal Corona Beans. Talking about big beans in the pressure cooker.
Instant Pot Lemon Cheesecake. Sweet, tart, and sour, this pressure cooker cheesecake is a fantastic dessert to make in the Instant Pot (or any other pressure cooker).
Instant Pot Loaded Smashed Red Potatoes. Over the top potatoes? Over the top potatoes.
Forget about 5-5-5 hard-boiled eggs. How about 7 hour eggs, cooked under pressure in an Instant Pot for an hour? Cooked so long the whites turn brown? Instant pot 7-Hour eggs sound so weird. I MUST TRY THEM. The picture of a brown egg inside a white shell grabbed me: Make Korean Sauna Eggs in Your Instant Pot[skillet.lifehacker.com]. I read the recipe, then started googling around, trying to figure out why it’s “Sauna Eggs”. The story is, Korean bathhouses take advantage of the wet, steamy heat in their saunas to cook eggs all day long. They cook for so long that the eggs brown in the shell. (I also found references to food scientist Harold McGee trying this, getting similar results with an hour of pressure cooking.) Like I said, I had to try this out. Based on Harold McGee’s timings, with my usual adjustment for electric pressure cookers, I went for 75 minutes in my Instant Pot. Water, salt, a rack, and the eggs – that’s everything. Lock the lid, set the pot to …
Instant Pot Hominy. How to pressure cook dried hominy. (Make sure to soak it overnight!)
Instant Pot Chocolate Cheesecake. This pressure cooker cheesecake is a chocolate lover’s dream.