These Instant Pot recipes are about to save you from hunger and hefty takeout bills on busy nights. If you own an Instant Pot, you know just how valuable the modern pressure cooker is. It saves you time, money, and tons of effort when preparing everyday dishes. The device can be a bit daunting, though, when figuring out what recipes to make and how to make them. That's where the following beginner Instant Pot recipes come in.
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Your favorite veg, eggs, and cream go into individual ramekins, get pressure-cooked, and come out ever-so-slightly soft so you can spread the whole thing over toast. (via Brit + Co)
Salmon, sweet potatoes, and broccoli can be steamed up all together in three minutes via the wonders of the Instant Pot. (via Brit + Co)
14. Pressure-Cooked Vegetarian Chili: This fool-proof recipes relies on quinoa to naturally thicken the chili. (via Brit + Co)
18. Instant Pot Pork Sliders: With a pressure cooker, you can create *actually* tender pork that’ll have your friends thinking you lead a double life as a pit master. (via Brit + Co)
Add some peppers and onions to make this Greek chicken is better than ever. (via Wholesomelicious)
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Justina Huddleston is a food writer living in Los Angeles. When she's not busy writing, she spends her time in the kitchen creating both virtuous and decidedly junky vegan food. Buffalo chickpea pizza, anyone? She's also been known to eat a plain block of tofu or beans straight out of the can for lunch, but somehow those culinary adventures don't make it to her Instagram. You can follow Justina on Twitter or see what's cooking in her kitchen on her blog, A Life of Little Pleasures.