Instant Pot® Polenta
Polenta, a staple of Northern Italian cuisine, is traditionally made by adding cornmeal to boiling salted water and stirring with a wooden spoon until your biceps aches! You can achieve the same results by letting your Instant Pot® do all of the work for you! We like to serve this topped with browned Italian sausage and pork ribs that have simmered in a sauce made with onions, garlic, basil and tomato sauce until the ribs are falling off the bone-tender! Serve with additional cheese, if desired. Delizioso!
Instant Pot® Pear-Applesauce
Apples mixed with pears make a sweet dessert or snack without any added sugar. Using an electric pressure cooker cuts down on time and seals in the nutrition.
Instant Pot® Mashed Sweet Potatoes with Goat Cheese
These smooth and creamy mashed sweet potatoes, mixed with honey goat cheese, make the perfect side dish any time of year, especially during the holidays! Excellent with pork tenderloin or roasted turkey.
Instant Pot® Pineapple-Coconut-Lime Rice
Fill up the pot, push a button, and get ready for some perfectly-cooked, jazzed up rice with a tasty blend of sweet-tart. Garnish with cilantro if you wish.
Instant Pot® Leek Mashed Potatoes
A little something different from traditional mashed potatoes, for the Instant Pot®. The leeks add a very mild oniony flavor. Enjoy!
Best Instant Pot® Scalloped Potatoes
Scalloped potatoes are the ultimate side dish. Try this quick and easy version made in minutes in your Instant Pot®!
Instant Pot® Baked Beans
This recipe was passed down through my French Canadian family from my grandmother, to my mother and then to me many years ago. It traditionally takes hours to make, as we let the beans slow cook overnight in the oven on low heat. I decided to try and transform it into a much quicker Instant Pot® recipe with great success! With this method, you don't even have to presoak the beans. These are even better the next day, and they freeze well, too.
Dry Red Beans in the Instant Pot®
I don't buy canned beans anymore; I use my pressure cooker to cook them from dry every time. I don't even have to think about soaking them ahead of time, since that's not needed. If you do decide to soak, check your appliance manual because cooking time will be shorter.