The one thing about risotto that I don’t like is the hands-on time it takes to make risotto. It’s not hard to make. You just have to hang out by the stove for 30-45 minutes ladling broth into the risotto. That’s what makes risotto so creamy!
I thought there was no way that Instant Pot Risotto was going to create the same creamy texture as traditional risotto. But it does!
I took me a few attempts to get the perfect rice to broth ratio down. But in the end, I created the most creamy, dreamy Instant Pot Risotto!
No more standing around the stove to get the perfect creamy risotto. Just spend 10 minutes sautéing ingredients in the Instant Pot, then pop the lid on. Pour yourself a glass of wine and relax while the Instant Pot does the work for you!
Bust out your Instant Pot and make this Easy Chicken Stroganoff Recipe! Chicken breasts, egg noodles and the best, most creamy sauce are combined for the ultimate comfort food!
After making the best beef stroganoff ever in an Instant Pot, I knew I couldn’t stop there! The very next week I made this Instant Pot Chicken Stroganoff and I was hooked!
We’ve now been eating Instant Pot beef or chicken stroganoff every week since. It’s so good, easy to make and the entire meal is made in the Instant Pot, making clean-up a breeze!
Stroganoff, whether beef or chicken, really is the ultimate comfort food. A creamy sauce, that I could eat with a spoon like it was soup, combined with noodles, meat and mushrooms. It’s a winning combination every time!
Now I’m busting out my Instant Pot to make Pressure Cooker Chicken Tacos!
These tacos are seriously easy to make and you can serve them a variety of different ways. Keep it traditional and serve them in corn or flour tortillas or crispy taco shells. Serve the chicken over rice for taco bowls or lettuce for taco salads. For a whole30 and low carb option, serve the chicken in lettuce wraps with sliced avocado.
No matter how you serve them, you’re going to love the simplicity and deliciousness of these pressure cooker chicken tacos!
Pressure cooking is a great way to make deliciously flavorful food in a very short amount of time. Take a beef chuck roast and turn it into this amazing French Onion Pot Roast or make the best Beef Ragu in just an hour!
Speaking of the best, this is seriously the best beef stroganoff I’ve ever had! Kurt said that anytime I ask what he wants for dinner from now on, he will say this dish!
I used a beef chuck roast for this recipe, making it a cross between a pot roast and beef stroganoff. The beef is so tender and flavorful, the sauce, so creamy and the egg noodles tie the whole thing together. The best part is, everything cooks in the Instant Pot making clean-up a breeze!
Use the leftover turkey bones from Thanksgiving dinner in this easy Instant Pot Turkey Stock recipe, then use the stock to make a scrumptious soup!
As soon as you carve up the Thanksgiving turkey, don’t throw out the bones and carcass! Instead, throw them straight into an Instant Pot with celery, carrots, onions, garlic and water to make a delicious homemade turkey stock!
It’s honestly that simple and you’ll be so happy you took the extra 5 minutes to toss this turkey stock together, because then you’ll have it on hand to make a seriously delicious Slow Cooker Turkey Soup with Stuffing Dumplings (recipe coming tomorrow!)!
Since pressure cooking is all the rage these days, I wanted to incorporate my favorite sauce into a new pressure cooker recipe.
I used the Crock-Pot® Express Crock Multi-Cooker to pressure cook chicken breasts in the peanut sauce, then tossed the chicken with rice noodles. Easy as that, I had one delicious new recipe for dinner!
Pressure Cooker Breakfast Tacos are an easy way to make brunch for a crowd, or make ahead for breakfast throughout the week. They can be made with meat, or meatless, for a vegetarian recipe. Serve them in corn tortillas for a delicious gluten free way to start the day!
Today’s post is sponsored by my friends from the Crock-Pot® brand!
Since breakfast is the most important meal of the day, I always make sure I have plenty of delicious breakfast recipes to choose from!
But what about breakfast in a pressure cooker? This method of cooking has become so popular over the last couple of years, but mainly for easy dinner recipes. But what about breakfast, the most important meal of the day!
Never fear, I’m here to show you just how easy it is to make a big batch of eggs in a pressure cooker for breakfast tacos. You can make the eggs ahead of time and eat the tacos for breakfast throughout the week, or make them for brunch to serve a crowd!
Today’s post is sponsored by the California Beef Council!
I recently joined the brand new podcast “Feed Me!” as a featured guest on their first episode. We chatted about ways to use your slow cooker and Instant Pot in the summer, my favorite comfort food and tips and tricks for cooking with an Instant Pot.
One of my favorite things about the Instant Pot is the fact that you can sear meat directly in the Instant Pot before you pressure cook the dish, so that you’re left with only one pot to clean up after the meal!
While this Instant Pot Beef Ragu recipe is one of my favorite meals and can be eaten year-round, I wanted to try something new, light and fresh for summer, which is why I created this Instant Pot Beef with Tomato Basil Bruschetta.
Instant Pot BBQ Chicken is easy to make with chicken breasts, directly from the freezer or refrigerator, plus a bottle of your favorite BBQ sauce. Use it to make different recipes throughout the week, from pasta for dinner, to wraps for lunch!
The very first recipe I posted after joining the Instant Pot revolution in January was a simple recipe for Instant Pot Buffalo Chicken. Seriously it’s buffalo sauce + chicken y’all, so simple! The thing I love about it is that you can make a big ol’ Instant Pot of it at the beginning of the week and use it for different recipes throughout the week.
Instant pot pulled pork tacos are easy to make in under an hour with lean pork tenderloin, a delicious combination of spices and a sriracha honey tomato sauce!
One of my favorite things to do in the Instant Pot, is to take my most popular slow cooker recipes and make them into quick and easy Instant Pot recipes!
Since tacos are always a good idea, I took my Slow Cooker Sriracha Honey Pulled Pork Tacos and made them in the Instant Pot. The entire recipe takes under 45 minutes to make, with only about 10 minutes of active cooking time.
Whole30 Thai Beef is easy to make in the Instant Pot in under an hour. Shred the beef and serve it in lettuce wraps for a Whole30 meal or serve it in corn tortillas for a gluten free Thai twist on Taco Tuesday!
Thanks to my friends at Litehouse for sponsoring today’s post!
Today is a very exciting day! It’s the first day of Spring and I’m sharing a delicious new Whole30 recipe made in an Instant Pot!
This Thai Beef recipe is great for meal prepping and turning into several delicious meals throughout the week. It’s made with Instantly Fresh Litehouse Herbs, which saves time by cutting out a lot of slicing and dicing!
Create the delicious taste and texture of a slow cooked beef ragu sauce in under an hour with this Instant Pot Beef Ragu recipe!
Ever since I introduced Instant Pot Recipes on the blog earlier this year, I’ve had several requests to make an Instant Pot version of my most popular slow cooker recipe, beef ragu!
Ask and ye shall receive! I’m so excited to share this new version of one of my favorite recipes. Instant Pot Beef Ragu has all of the delicious flavor of my slow cooker version, but in a fraction of the time!
Home from work after a long day and need some beef ragu in your life? No problem! Just bust out an Instant Pot and in under an hour the deliciousness of beef ragu is yours!