Instant Pot recipes are all the rage, so it's only natural that we take a step back from our beloved Crock-Pots to revisit the classic cooking method that is pressure cooking. You're probably picturing the terrifying pot of years past that was known for leaving remnants of green beans on the ceiling. Well, times have definitely changed. Electric pressure cookers of today are more like a fast version of a slow cooker and have little-to-no risk of taking your eyebrows off. Whether you're looking to invest or you were gifted one and have no idea what to do with it, keep reading to discover easy pressure cooker recipes that are perfect for a beginner.
1. Pressure-Cooker Ramekin Eggs: Eggs en cocotte sounds fancy, but the soft-cooked eggs, cooked in ramekins, can be whipped together and pressure-cooked in a matter of minutes. (via Brit + Co)
Instant Pot Pork Sliders
7. Instant Pot Pork Sliders: Suddenly making a Memorial Day meal for your SIP crew doesn't seem so difficult. (via Brit + Co)
9. Instant Pot Salmon Dinner: Salmon, sweet potatoes, and broccoli can be steamed up all together in three minutes via the wonders of the Instant Pot. (via Brit + Co)
13. Pressure-Cooked Vegetarian Chili: Quinoa naturally thickens the chili. All you need to worry about is what toppings to choose. (via Brit + Co)
Cuisinart Pressure Cooker
Elite Platinum Pressure Cooker
Any dish that can go from frozen to table in 20 minutes is a winner in our book. (via Live Laugh Rowe)
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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.