This complete and AUTHORIZED guide to your Instant Pot has more than 350 recipes for breakfasts, lunches, dinners, snacks, and even desserts–for every size and model of Instant Pot, including the Instant Pot MAX.
More than five million people worldwide use Instant Pots to get food onto their table fast. But only The Instant Pot Bible has everything you need to revolutionize the way you cook with your favorite machine. Every one of the 350+ recipes gives ingredients and timings for all sizes and models of Instant Pot, including the Instant Pot MAX, which cooks even more quickly. And you get exciting new recipes that utilize the MAX’s unique Sous Vide setting.
The Instant Pot Bible is the most comprehensive Instant Pot book ever published, with recipes for everything from hearty breakfasts to healthy sides, from centerpiece stews and roasts to decadent desserts. Bestselling authors and pressure-cooking experts Bruce Weinstein and Mark Scarbrough offer customized directions and timings for perfect results every time. And many recipes can also use the slow-cook setting to let the machine cook while you do other things.
These innovative “road map” recipes for classics such as vegetable soups, chilis, pasta casseroles, oatmeal, and more let you customize flavors and ingredients to make each of your family members’ favorites. Need dinner in an instant? No problem-more than 175 recipes come together in just a few minutes or just a few steps. Not to mention vegan and vegetarian, keto-friendly, and gluten-free options galore.
I followed the recipe exactly and it turned into soup. Not really what I wanted for breakfast this morning.
Tastes ok, but chicken stock is to much. Potatoes got smushi before had a chance to brown them.
Made this morning. Read the reviews first so i redeced the liquid to 1 cup broth. Sill found it soupy until I sauted. I would make again but I would peel the potatoes and add a few more and a chopped carrot. Definately had good taste.
I liked the recipe taste, but would probably cook just potatoes in IP and fry it up on the stove, minus chicken broth, because mine turned to mush.
3 stars for flavour however i have to agree with the comments about too much broth. I decreased it to 1/2 cup and used baby potatoes. It was still a little mushy. Love the concept but will probably monkey around with it a bit
Followed the recipe, and per other reviews, decreased the broth amount to 1 cup. Turned into mush, and burned and stuck to the pot.
No way this was tested before they published the recipe. The amount of liquid make soup.
The recipe states to simmer off all the liquid after pressure cooking.
Just because I had stadium brats, I used them cut up and did not add the additional salt. Quite good!