11 Instant pot recipes we keep coming back to – cnet zyklon b gas canister for sale

This Instant Pot Apple Crisp recipe is great because it’s easy to make and versatile. You can eat it warm or cold, by itself or with ice cream or yogurt, and it works as a breakfast and a dessert. I usually make a double recipe because my family eats it up so quickly.

This continues to be a huge hit for all the coconut-loving women in our family (me, my 18-year-old and twin 5-year-olds.) Just more special than regular old oatmeal, easy, fast and so hearty and healthy. Plus no gluten, assuming you pick the right oats.

The yogurt button was more of a reason to buy the IP than I let on. We were spending more money than I care to admit every week on yogurt for me and my son. Not only is this recipe super easy to do, but I know exactly what is it in. Boil milk, add a starter and some sweetener, let it go for 8.5 hours and strain. Boom. Done.

What are you using your Instant Pot for right now and why isn’t it chili? This recipe from Drew Magary is a superb foundation for a good chili, as long as you’re not one of those Skyline Chili weirdos. I’ve been experimenting with variations for years, and as long as you keep the beans and spice, you can bring in pretty much anything else you want. And no, you don’t want to see a photo because all chili, no matter how delicious, looks gross.

This recipe is a crowd-pleaser, and all-in it takes about 30 minutes, even from frozen chicken thighs. Compared with 4 hours to cook the same thing in a standard slow cooker, and the Instant Pot version a no-brainer, and perfect for any school night. Heck, we served this for our Christmas dinner this past year. Oh, and despite the fact that it says "pop" in the recipe, don’t take that to mean you can use anything. Use Coke. Stay away from root beer.

My Instant Pot is my favorite tool when it comes to meal prepping for the week, and boiled eggs are one of my favorite foods to cook in bulk. I follow the 5-5-5 method I first learned about in the Instant Pot Facebook group: 5 minutes of steaming, 5 minutes of natural pressure release, 5 minutes of cool down in an ice bath. Works like a charm, and gives me protein at the ready.

This Instant Pot "Kalua Pork" recipe is absolutely delicious. It really is the perfect pulled pork for tacos, sandwiches — or on its own. I’d strongly suggest getting a boneless pork shoulder to make it easier to cut in half and definitely sear the meat before you pressure cook it.

I’m currently on an adventure to find as many different ways as I can to cook chicken in my Instant Pot (I’m on Day 94 of my adventure.) This Williams-Sonoma recipe made excellent use of the Meyer lemons I’m lucky to grow in my garden in Silicon Valley. I served it over handfuls of fresh spinach. Bottom line: yummy.

My latest obsession is this Moroccan chicken recipe because it’s a complete meal, it takes just 40 minutes to be ready and I love that it has great spices, cherries and quinoa. I do recommend paying attention to the quinoa instructions because you might need to adjust the amount of broth so there’s no liquid left. I’ve impressed my friends with last minute dinner plans and this is always a hit thanks to the complex flavors and textures. ¡Buen provecho!