A spice-rubbed whole Instant Pot rotisserie-style chicken on a sheet of parchment paper on a wooden board.

Instant Pot Rotisserie-Style Chicken

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.

Two bowls of homemade cream of mushroom soup on a wooden table.

Homemade Cream of Mushroom Soup

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.

Three white bowls of pork and pinto beans chili on a metal tray with cornbread in a skillet

Pressure Cooker Pork and Pinto Bean Chili

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.

A glass jar filled with beef bone broth.

Beef Bone Broth

Remember the good old days when “bone broth” was simply called “beef stock”? Sigh. Whatever you call it, it’s still simple to make. And still spectacular to taste.

Two bowls of Instant Pot chicken gumbo in a metal tray with spoons, some cubes of bread, and chopped parsley sprinkled on top.

Instant Pot Chicken Gumbo

Comforting. Satiating. Easy. Authentic. One-pot. And adaptable for the slow cooker, pressure cooker, or stovetop. You’re welcome.

A white bowl filled with quick posole with pork topped with avocado with a lime wedge on the side.

Quick Posole with Pork

Despite this recipe having a cheater-like approach with a surprisingly short ingredient list and no waiting all day for it to be done, it tastes remarkably like the real deal. Swear.

A fully cooked ham with ginger peach glaze on a carving board

Instant Pot Ham with Ginger Peach Glaze

We love this ham not just for its peachy keen glaze that’s sweet but not too sweet but for the fact that the entire thing can be made in an Instant Pot (or pressure cooker) in less than an hour.

A bowl of pressure cooker mussels with saffron sprinkled with chopped parsley and in a yellow broth set in another bowl on top of a napkin

Pressure Cooker Mussels with Saffron

Quicker than quick, this recipe takes fast-cooking mussels and makes them even faster. And that’s to say nothing of the recipe’s lovely saffron-infused cream sauce bathing your mollusks.