Pressure Cooker Pork Pot Roast. Tender pot roasted pork – ready in a few hours, thanks to the pressure cooker.
Pressure Cooker Thai Yellow Curry with Chicken. A quick weeknight curry, sweetened with a lot of coconut cream and spiced up with Thai yellow curry paste.
Pressure Cooker Chicken Potato Soup (from Scratch). Start with chicken bones, potatoes, and vegetables. End up with a hearty chicken soup, homemade from your pressure cooker.
Pressure Cooker Beef Brisket Enchiladas with Red Chile sauce. Shredded beef brisket smothered with homemade enchilada sauce from my pressure cooker.
Pressure Cooker Umbrian Lentils and Sausage recipe. Salsicce e Lenticchie, Umbrian sausage and lentil stew, in my Instant Pot pressure cooker.
Question from a reader: Have you tried a pressure cooker carrying bag? Years ago, I bought a slow cooker that came with a travel bag. I used it a lot, especially for potlucks and my annual chili cookoff at work. Now that I have an Instant Pot, my pressure cooker is gathering dust in the cabinet…but I miss having that travel bag. So, when I got this question, I went over to Amazon to see what was available. I found two pressure cooker tote bags: the $30 Pressure Chef, and the $40 Quick & Carry; I ordered them both to see what I thought of them. (The things I do for my readers…like order more stuff from Amazon. Quick & Carry Travel Tote Bag The Quick & Carry is the fancier of the two bags. It has a main central pouch for the pressure cooker, with a zipper around the lid of the bag to lift the cooker in and out. It also has two zippered accessory pockets – one on the top of the …
Pressure Cooker Pork Country Ribs with Cider and Mustard recipe. Country-style ribs with apples and mustard – a hearty meal from the pressure cooker.
Pressure Cooker Coconut Rice recipe – quick and easy rice side dish from the pressure cooker.
Pressure Cooker Southwestern Pinto Bean Soup recipe – a pot of beans from the Southwest, in about an hour thanks to pressure cooking.
Pressure cooker garlic smashed red skin potatoes. A rustic potato side dish, quick and easy on a weeknight thanks to the pressure cooker.
Pressure Cooker Chinese Ribs recipe. Sweet soy ribs, inspired by the appetizer menu at my local hole-in-the-wall Chinese American restaurant.
Pressure Cooker Salted Caramel Cheesecake recipe. Sweet salted caramel drizzled on top of a smooth, easy pressure cooker cheesecake.
Pressure Cooker Beef Brisket – tender beef brisket, ready in about an hour and a half thanks to the pressure cooker.
Pressure Cooker Vaquero Beans in Broth – Simple, delicious, and done in about an hour thanks to the pressure cooker.
Pressure Cooker Korean BBQ Pork Lettuce Wraps – Pressure cooker pork, Korean style with gochujang sauce, wrapped in lettuce leaves.
Pressure Cooker Chicken Soup With Rice (From Scratch) – Cooking once, cooking twice, cooking chicken soup with rice…in the pressure cooker.
Pressure Cooker Quick Tomato Sauce recipe – 15 minutes under pressure gives you a fantastic pasta sauce.
Pressure Cooker Beer Braised Flank Steak Tacos. Shredded beef with peppers and onions – a great filling for taco night.
U.S. Senate bean soup has been served in the Senate dining room every day since 1903. Here is my Pressure Cooker Senate Bean Soup recipe.
Pressure Cooker Chicken With 40 Cloves of Garlic recipe. The classic farmhouse recipe from Provence, updated for a pressure cooker.
Pressure Cooker Baby Bok Choy recipe – a quick Asian side dish from the pressure cooker.
Because of my Instant Pot Duo pressure cooker recommendation, I get email with questions about how to use Instant Pot cookers. This post is to put them in one place, so I can refer everyone to it. So, here we go: Instant Pot Questions and Answers. If you have a question I didn’t cover, leave a comment, and I’ll do my best to answer. Q: All your recipes say “cook at high pressure for X minutes.” The Instant Pot does not have a high pressure button. How do I get high pressure on the Instant Pot? A: Use the Manual or Pressure Cook button. On older Instant Pots, the “Manual” button means pressure cooking. On newer pots, there is an actual “Pressure Cook” button. (Hooray!) The default for both of those buttons is High Pressure. Press the manual or pressure cook button, use the plus and minus buttons to adjust the cooking time, then leave the cooker alone for ten seconds and it will beep and start cooking. (Hit cancel if you need to change something.) …