What recipes are you looking for?
I avoided Pressure Cooker Beef Brisket for a long time - but, eventually, reader questions pushed me to try it out.
And...why did I wait so long? Sure, it's not Franklin BBQ, but I loved the brisket (and leftover brisket enchiladas...mmm...), and, even better, the post is doing really well online.
Time for me to stop ignoring the obvious, and ask you, my readers: what other recipes are you looking for? What would you like me to try out?
Sure, I've got my own list that I'm working on. But I like to, y'know, actually write stuff that you want to read. Now, I can't promise anything soon. I've got a some posts in the can, and I'm going on a month-long trip to the East Coast with my family this summer. (July is is going to be a black hole - I'm trying to get ahead of it.) But I'll try to work the best ideas that come up into my schedule.
So, let me know in the comments: What recipes do you want to see on DadCooksDinner? What are you looking for?
alison Williams says
Do you have a mild chicken curry recipe for an electric pressure cooker just acquired one after nearly a month of researching different makes
Jewell K says
Hi, I have just started cooking in my 8qt pressure cooker, any recipes would be helpful,, I still didn't get the recipe for the teriyaki sauce, keep them coming, thanks.
I'd love a baked bean or ranch style bean recipe!
I'd like more family meals for the instant pot. For instance, we really enjoyed your fantastic corned beef and cabbage. Delicious. 🙂 I truly appreciate that you don't just throw a bunch of canned and packaged stuff together and call it food.
sheldon lebowitz says
I don't use pressure cookers, slow cookers, sous vide or grilling. So I'm limited to the oven, stove top and microwaves.
Can you convert some of your recipes to these techniques?
Have you ever made Beef Lo Mein? Our local take-out is not so great anymore and I want to try making my own.
Been following you for years now and continue to tell others about the great recipes. I found your blog initially by searching for grill recipes and techniques. The Korean bulgogi is a house favorite and I've grilled it as an appetizer for parties. I love the rotisserie recipes and would love to see some seafood additions. I'm not a pressure cooker fan. I might be but to be honest I've never tried.
Wish you the best buddy and keep up the good work.
Frank Fulmer says
I would like more one pot meals in the pressure cooker.
I have a new instant pot. Instructions are a little vague. I'm a bit intimidated. Can you give me a ground zero as how to get started. Thanks
I don't own or need a pressure cooker nor do I own sous vide. I am all for your grilling recipes/