Pressure Cooker Classic Beef and Noodles are positively designed to become a favorite in your kitchen. The beef is tender, juicy, and savory, the sauce is creamy, hearty, and infused with tangy onion, and the noodles are tender and naturally rich. Put them all together and you have a dish that's truly irresistible. Even more irresistible is the cooking time: it takes 30 minutes or less to make Pressure Cooker Classic Beef and Noodles in the pressure cooker, so you can enjoy this dish any day of the week whenever you need a comfort food dinner.
Pressure Cooker Potato Corn Chowder invokes the light, sweet flavors of summer in an unctuous, hearty soup perfect for frosty weather; in other words, it's the best of both worlds. Potato Corn Chowder has the heartiness of tender-cooked potatoes and the sunny brightness of corn in a creamy, savory sauce. With some crunchy bacon bits and a touch of heat, this soup tastes like a beam of sunshine on a cold day: you'll certainly be beaming when you eat this.
North Carolina barbeque flavors feature tangy dry rubs and zesty-sweet vinegar sauces. This North Carolina Style Pulled Pork recipe brings those deep flavors to your own kitchen! The pressure-cooked pork is perfectly tender and juicy for mouth-watering bites. When combined with traditional North Carolina spices and a homemade vinegar sauce, it's the stuff of summer's (or spring or autumn or winter's) dreams.
An Instant Pot greatly speeds up the time it takes to cook this addictive pasta dish. Cook the chicken and noodles in 30 minutes, and add in the rest of the ingredients at the end for fresh creaminess. With the addition of spinach and cheese, all the core food groups are represented. Prepare it on a busy weeknight and you’ll be plenty satisfied.
Typical Italian nonnas will insist that a meat-and-tomato pasta sauce needs to be simmering on the stove all day long to reach perfection. But with a pressure cooker or Instapot, a hearty, warming beef ragu can be ready in just 45 minutes. Ladle the ragu filled with tender chunks of beef on wide pappardelle noodles for a dish akin to a traditional Bolognese. This pasta is sure to please even the pickiest diners and become a dinnertime favorite.
Pressure Cooker Butternut Squash Bisque serves up the smooth autumnal soup with a slow and low taste in under an hour, perfect for keeping you warm when the weather turns cool. This soup is sweet, savory, creamy, and endlessly sippable, with a beautiful sunset color. Pressure Cooker Butternut Squash Bisque is a pure delight whether it’s the main course or just an appetizer for the main meal.
Making your own popcorn doesn’t require a giant machine or the microwave. All you need is an Instant Pot and a hunger for a classic snack. Instant Pot Popcorn tastes fresher and fluffier than bagged popcorn, and with the same wonderful crunch. Draped in butter and seasoned to your liking, Instant Pot Popcorn is infinitely customizable, whether you coat each kernel with steak seasoning or cinnamon sugar. Honestly, the perfect pairing for this snack might just be your favorite movie!
Instant Pot Chicken Alfredo takes the rich and creamy Italian comfort food and makes it even easier! With savory bites of chicken and tender pasta, everything in the Instant Pot Chicken Alfredo tastes amazing when coated in that delicious luscious sauce. The pressure cooker basically takes care of all the cooking for you, so you can relax as this hearty meal makes itself. Don’t let dinner time pressure you into making something you won’t love! Make this perfect pasta instead.
When artichokes are a pain to prepare, who can save the day? The pressure cooker! Quick Pressure Cooker Artichokes only need 15 minutes to make aromatic and mildly nutty artichokes! These veggies come out of the pressure cooker tender, savory, and absolutely delicious. Quick Pressure Cooker Artichokes make a tedious task easy, and you’ll love the scrumptious results! Make sure you have plenty of butter for dipping!
You don’t have to wait a long time to have some delicious baked potatoes! Instant Pot Baked Potatoes take only twenty minutes to make—a fraction of the time it takes when using a conventional oven—and they are perfectly fluffy and baked in the end. Top them with whatever your heart desires, whether that be butter, sour cream, bacon, scallion, or more! Instant Pot Baked Potatoes pair amazingly with any entree, and they’ll become a go-to side dish.