Tender, flavorsome, and moreish chuck roast that’s ready in half the time. Tuck it into tacos, pile it on top of rice, devour it anyway you please.
It’s everything we love about sopa seca, from the toasted spaghetti to the spicy tomato sauce, made easier and more convenient with a multicooker.
This lightened-up version of the classic creamy pasta dish is filled with vegetables and tuna, and topped with Parmesan bread crumbs. Guaranteed to banish all memories of the gloppy casserole from your youth.
With three (yes, three!) types of cheese and an herbed bread crumb topping, this Instant Pot mac and cheese rivals any stovetop version.
A healthy-ish riff on the beloved New England soup that’s made entirely in your multi-cooker. Plus, there’s bacon.
Pull out your slow cooker and sate yourself with this tender, sweetly spiced, subtly smoky shredded pork. And with nary any effort.
For a more intimate holiday dinner, a smaller turkey cooked in under two hours might be just the thing. Juicy with crispy skin, it’s superb.
Happy World Vegetarian Day! Here’s a soupy, stewy, smoky chili with stealth veggie goodness galore. Healthful never tasted so darn good.
A pretty simple way to make cheesecake–in your Instant Pot–that turns out a creamy, thick, cheesy, and pretty hands-off dessert.
Just when you thought making hard-boiled eggs couldn’t get any easier.
A classic, revised for weeknights, yet it retains its richly spiced broth that’ll keep you coming back for more. It’s just quicker for anytime indulging.
We confess, we’d never imagined you could turn ribs fall-off-the-bone tender in 30 minutes. Until this recipe made believers out of us.
Get ready for a simple way to serve up a tasty helping of tender pinto beans with some subtle heat from jalapeno. Did we mention they’ll be ready in minutes?
Want a comforting, stewy, subtly-spiced bowlful of pork and hominy gorgeousness as soon as possible? Relax, we’ve got you covered.
Juicy meatballs in a subtly spiced tomato sauce that comes together quickly thanks to your Instant Pot. Another weeknight saved!
Can you roast a whole chicken in an Instant Pot? Well, yes. Kind of. Is it “technically” roasted? No. Does it have a delicious rotisserie-like flavor? You betcha.
Making stock from scratch was never difficult. And it just became even easier thanks to this simple yet perfect slow cooker approach.
A pressure cooker riff on the ubiquitous canned cream of mushroom soup beloved by home cooks everywhere. A classic for a reason, this soup is divine on its own or added to your favorite casserole.
This is why we have pressure cookers. Because they render an inexpensive cut of pork and plain pinto beans into a smoky, soulful, put-your-spoon-down-and-sigh chili in a fraction of the usual time.
An Italian tradition that, in true form, transforms simple ingredients into something sublime.