Instant Pot / Pressure Cooker Corn on the Cob is easier and better tasting than corn cooked in boiling water. No more waiting for a large pot of water to boil! Just add the water and corn to the pressure cooker and focus your attention on getting dinner on the table.
When I first started pressure cooking, I didn’t think it’d be much easier cooking corn on the cob in the pressure cooker. I assumed it wouldn’t save that much time, and you’d have to break the cobs in half because they wouldn’t fit in the pressure cooker. I couldn’t have been more wrong!
Not only does the corn fit easily in the pressure cooker, it only has a 2 minute cook time! Plus, since you don’t have to wait for a big pot of water to boil, you can start cooking quicker! And the best part is that since it’s steamed and not boiled, it tastes better!
Pressure Cooker Crustless Meat Lovers Quiche “bakes” up light and fluffy in your pressure cooker or Instant Pot. Loaded with ham, bacon, sausage, and cheese, it’s a delicious way to start your day!
What’s for breakfast this weekend? I’ll be honest—most of the time what I really want is something sweet and decadent! But what I really need is a protein-rich meal that will last me through the morning gauntlet to lunch time. This flavor-packed quiche fits the bill.
It’s also a great choice for those on a gluten free and keto diets.
Although this quiche does take 30 minutes to cook in the pressure cooker, it’s not hands-on time, and I didn’t have to worry about it burning in the oven if I left it unattended. In fact the second time I made it, I put it in the pressure cooker and went and took a shower.
The Mealthy MultiPot 9-in-1 Programmable Electric Pressure Cooker is a newer brand in the pressure cooking world. The MultiPot by Mealthy is the pressure cooker companion to the long-awaited CrispLid. It’s a great pressure cooker that comes with a number of accessories standard and a well-written user guide.
The Mealthy MultiPot has a funny name, but it’s a great pressure cooker! It’s very similar to the Instant Pot Duo Plus, with all of the presets aligned in a two-column button panel and controls in the middle panel.
It has a thick, stainless steel inner cooking pot and comes in two sizes: 6-quart and 8-quart. (Keep in mind that most pressure cooker recipes are written for the 6-quart size, so if you purchase the 8-quart you’ll often need to use more liquid in your recipes.)
Smokey tender, juicy shredded pork served over rice is a Hawaiian luau favorite. I’ve transformed a popular slow cooker recipe with a 16-hour cooking time into an Instant Pot / Pressure Cooker Kalua Pork recipe that is on the table in less than 2 hours.
One of my daughter’s favorite meals is kalua pork. If you’ve ever made slow cooker Kalua pork, you’ll know it’s a long process. My daughter’s favorite recipe requires 16 hours in the slow cooker (!!).
By making kalua pork in the pressure cooker, there’s NO MORE starting the meat the night before and waking up to the smell of dinner. You’ll love how simple and easy this recipe is.
I love serving Kalua Pork at large get-togethers because it’s a less-expensive main course and it can accommodate a wide variety of dietary plans, including gluten-free and keto.
Don’t leave your pressure cooker at home when you hit the road this summer! Your Instant Pot is the perfect travel companion. Let me tell you everything you need to know about how to use an Instant Pot in your RV. Plus, snag a FREE download of a 7-day Instant Pot RV dinner menu and shopping list.
This really is the Best Pressure Cooker Broccoli Cheese Soup. You’re going to love how easy this great-tasting soup is to make and serve. With a 1-minute pressure cook time, you’ll want to make it again and again, no matter the season!
My family prefers soups with at least a little texture. So I adapted a traditional creamy broccoli cheese soup by leaving pieces of broccoli and carrot in the soup, which also gives it a prettier color. This soup is classic comfort food with is creamy, cheesy texture. You’ll also love at how quick this soup is to make and serve!
Get this tender, juicy pressure cooker pot roast on your table in less than half the time it would take in the oven or on the stove top.
Pot roast is the classic Sunday Supper to me. My mom cooked a delicious pot roast almost every Sunday—regardless of the season, it was our special dinner. I looked forward to it every week.
Now I’m the mom cooking Sunday dinners. However, since I make my roasts in the pressure cooker, I don’t have to worry about hurrying home to get dinner on the table on Sundays. And, since it cooks quicker, you can have it any time you want a special dinner.
These Instant Pot / Pressure Cooker Root Beer Pulled Pork Sandwiches feature tender pulled pork in a sweet root beer–barbecue sauce. When you cook it in the pressure cooker, you get slow-cooked taste in a fraction of the time! This recipe makes a big batch, so it’s perfect for feeding a crowd or for a family dinner with leftovers in mind!
Pulled pork is one of my favorite restaurant meals! Until I started pressure cooking, however, I rarely cooked it at home because of the long cook time. I hated having my house smell like dinner at 10 in the morning. However, with this pressure cooker version, you get the great taste of the original, but reduce the cook time from 11 hours to just 50 minutes.
You’ll enjoy the tender, juicy meat with sweet BBQ flavors. It’s an easy win for dinner, and its perfect for a crowd.
This is one of those meals my boys always want me to have on-hand. I like to freeze it individual portions, so I can have an easy lunch on hand or can heat up a few for a quick dinner.
The Power Quick Pot is one of the newest electric pressure cookers on the market. Here’s everything you need to know about how to use the Power Quick Pot.
Lately Barbara and I have been getting questions about the Power Quick Pot, so we decided to buy a 6-quart to test out. The Power Quick Pot is higher quality pressure cooker by Tristar, an as-seen-on-TV brand that also makes the Power Pressure Cooker XL.
This past weekend we got together for the great unboxing! (Watching Barbara unbox a pressure cooker is a treat—she knows exactly what she’s looking for and gets so excited when she notices things she loves!)
If you’ve recently purchased or received a Power Quick Pot as a gift, here’s what you need to know to get started! (more…)