Authentic tasting Thai Massaman Curry made easy at home in the Instant Pot. Brimming with flavorful Massaman curry paste and creamy coconut, with tender beef, potatoes and peanuts. It’s delicious with rice for a cozy and warm weeknight dinner.
Pressure cooking has made a comeback as of late and these Instant Pot recipes never fail to get a delicious meal on the table in no time. While mostly hands off in preparation, pressure cooking delivers on flavor!
From ham and white bean soup to spaghetti with meat sauce, these are my simple and quick comfort food favorites. The Instant Pot makes a spectacular Greek leg of lamb for the holidays or Sunday supper, homemade chicken stock and massaman beef curry with potatoes and peanuts is always a weeknight dinner hit.
Instant Pot leg of lamb, slow roasted flavor and fork tender lamb in half the time. This Greek-style lamb has all the flavors you’d expect ~ garlic, lemon, oregano, rosemary and thyme, braised in the Instant Pot with wine and stock. Serve with some Greek potatoes and pan juices, no thick gravy here.
Instant Pot Corned Beef and Cabbage, the iconic meal for St. Patrick’s Day made easy in the pressure cooker. Traditional one pot recipe for tender corned beef, vegetables and cabbage, served with horseradish cream sauce and Irish soda bread. For years I’ve been making corned beef on St. Patrick’s Day and have shared how I …
Instant Pot collard greens, easy southern/soul food style collards in under an hour, with smoky ham and seasoned pot liquor for sopping up with corn bread, of course!
Black eyed pea soup in the Instant Pot, with ham, andouille sausage and collard greens. No need to presoak the peas, they cook in under 30 minutes in the pressure cooker. The perfect soup to ring in the New Year and a favorite soup to make all winter long. Happy New Year, three weeks late, but …
Instant Pot Blackberry Jalapeño BBQ Meatballs, an easy sweet and spicy cocktail meatball appetizer for holiday parties or game day.
Easy herb butter Instant Pot turkey breast for Thanksgiving. Bone-in turkey breast rubbed with garlic-herb butter cooks up juicy and moist in no time in the pressure cooker, with gravy in minutes. Free up the oven for everybody’s favorite part of Thanksgiving ~ the sides!