The Ultimate Instant Pot Cookbook
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A must-have guide to everyone's favorite pressure cooker, this book ensures you make the most of your Instant Pot. It includes over 200 enticing recipes for breakfast, dessert and everything in between, plus tips on tools, pantry essentials and instructions for converting traditional recipes for use in the Instant Pot.
- Contains over 200 recipes for appetizers, breakfast, soup, salads, eggs, main courses and desserts.
- Recipe highlights include Mixed Berry and Yogurt Smoothies, French Toast Casserole, Classic Beef Stew, Roasted Red Pepper and Goat Cheese Frittata, Honey Mustard Chicken Wings, Creamy Mashed Potatoes and Fudge Brownie Cake with Roasted Walnuts.
- Includes comprehensive guide to cooking with the Instant Pot.
- Tips on how to convert recipes, scale recipes (up or down) and stock the pantry for Instant Pot ease.
- Hardcover, 320 pages.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by MequonMadam from Essential book I totally agree with the other reviewer. Very helpful book.Date published: 2019-04-25Rated 5 out of 5 by Nana12 from Title lives up to it's name! I love this book. It has everything you need to know. Very easy to understand for any instant pot. So I found cooking times are right on.Date published: 2019-01-14
Can instapot cookpot recipes be adapted for 3 qt pot? Are there tips for converting conventional recipes to instant pot?Hi Cheryl, Although many Instant Pot recipes can be made in a 3-quart pot – think side dishes, rice, hard- or soft-cooked eggs – others will not fit in the 3-quart pot. It mostly depends on the volume of the food, and you never want to exceed the maximum fill line of your pot. One general rule of thumb: If the recipe serves 4 or fewer, it will probably fit, and it if serves more it might not. But each recipe is different, and you might have to play around with them to see what works and what doesn’t. The cook times should be about the same in both pots. As far as tips for converting conventional recipes to Instant Pot – that’s such a broad question that we don’t know how to answer it fully, because the beauty of the Instant Pot is that it has so many different functions – slow cook, pressure cook, saute, etc., and how you convert the recipe would depend upon what you’re making. A couple of brief ideas: Use less liquid. Because an Instant Pot is a closed environment, you’re not going to have any liquid evaporating, which is why you can cook brown rice at a 1:1 ratio instead of the usual 2:1 – you don’t have to account for the water evaporating. If you’re using dairy of any sort (cheese, milk), you will probably need to add it after the pressure cooking is complete because the high pressure and heat tends to curdle dairy.Date published: 2019-06-24
Does this Ultimate Instapot cookbook have recipes for the 8 qt instapot? I’ve found most cookbooks are strictly for the 6 qt model and I don’t know if they have the same cook times, etc., for preparing meals. Help?Hi Ltdramamama, The recipe book pertains to any instant pot currently on the market ranging from 6 qt to 8 qt.Date published: 2019-03-29