We’re discussing many healthful benefits from making delicious bone broth stock. And you know there’s no simpler way than in the Instant Pot, whether you’re cooking with pressure or slowly simmering!
You heard it right, we’re using the Instant Pot to pop popcorn and melt candy for this simple and delicious Instant Pot Popcorn Candy. Who knew? The InstaPot makes better-than-microwave popcorn and keeps the Almond Bark melted for as long as needed. So convenient and fun with easy cleanup, too!
There’s a sweetness that compliments the spices in this 3 Bean Sweet-Heat Chili and what better way to get these flavors all married together than in the Instant Pot!
Make this delicious spicy, tangy, lightly sweetened Hot Dog Chili In The Instant Pot or stovetop. Prepare it in the pressure cooker for the best flavor in the shortest amount of time. The pot makes it easy to carry out to your next cookout and automatically keeps the chili warm before serving. Dress your hot […]
“Cabbage rolls … they are like little meatloaves with rice wrapped in cabbage leaves and cooked in tomato sauce,” is what I told my grandson when he asked what I was cooking for supper. It surprised me how simple that sounded.
How about a bowl of Cowboy Stew to warm things up form the cold? And what about making it in the Instant Pot pressure cooker to make things quick and simple?
Tender juicy Rolled Round Steak that’s fun to make with tasty rewards from the Instant Pot pressure cooker.
Va Vite means “go quickly” in Cajun French which is a fitting name for these Red Beans And Rice made in the Instant Pot. You go quickly on your way in making them, and they go quickly away from the pot onto the plate and into the belly.
This delicious, creamed potato and carrot soup made with a dried vegetable blend called Zydeco Chop Chop in the Instant Pot or stovetop is a cinch to prepare in little time.
Jambalaya has been a favorite Cajun dish for a long time. It originated from France and Spain and is similar to the Spanish dish Paella. Jambalaya made its way to New Orleans first before the Cajun’s embraced it as one of their beloved rice dishes.