URVASHI PITRE moved to the U.S. thirty years ago with $20 in her pocket, two suitcases, a college scholarship, and a headful of Indian recipes passed down through her family. Now she runs her own global consulting firm. She lost 80 pounds following a restricted calorie, low-carb, keto diet, and she uses her blog, Two Sleevers, to share recipes with others. She is the author of Indian Instant Pot Cookbook, The Keto Instant Pot Cookbook, Every Day Easy Air Fryer, and Instant Pot Fast & Easy.
Fully authorized by Instant Pot—brand new recipes from the best-selling author of Indian Instant Pot Cookbook and The Keto Instant Pot Cookbook
Indian Instant Pot Cookbook by Urvashi Pitre is already one of the top-selling cookbooks in its category. Now Pitre turns her sights to all kinds of boldly flavored and internationally-themed recipes—Mexican, Thai, Moroccan, and more—with Instant Pot Fast & Easy, fully authorized by Instant Pot. Just like fans have come to expect, Pitre’s incredibly well-tested recipes will work perfectly every time, and of course taste great too. And because these are Instant Pot recipes, dishes like Japanese Chicken Curry, Chinese Steamed Ribs, and Mexican Pulled Pork are ready in a fraction of the time they would take using traditional cooking methods. As with all of Pitre’s recipes, the focus is on whole foods instead of artificial convenience ingredients, so the recipes are delicious, easy, and healthful too.
Easy peasy and DELISH!!!
Can you make this without the spinach?
Can you make this without spinach
This recipe was very tasty. I thought it may be too much garlick, but it was not over bearing at all. The sauce was what made this dish. Next time I’ll use bone in chicken vs bonelss for more moist meat. Very Easy to make
Excellent. My first instant pot meal that I have made. I highly recommend this recipe. I served it over white rice. I use only a 3 quart Instant pot without changing the ingredient amounts. Excellent.
Really good! Whole family loved it. I did the spinach seperate because I’m the only one who eats Spinach.
I say it tasted so good, I could have people over and cook this to impress them!!
I doubled the recipe and I’m wondering if you shouldn’t double the spices when doing that. It was WAY too peppery. We ended up having something else for dinner because it was inedible.
I have a mini pot. Do I just half all the ingredients and time or can I do the whole thing in the mini pot. As a single person I don’t want large recipes
Most recipes are designed for a 6 quart. Halving a recipe is the quick way to ensure that it will work in the mini. The recipes state a serving size which can be adjusted to one – two serving and it will alter the ingredient amounts for you.
It is safe to halve all the recipes as they were designed for our 6 Quart. In the app you are able to adjust the serving size to half or reduce to one and it will automatically adjust the ingredient amounts.
Came out pretty good!
This was yummy. Loved it. I didnt have chicken thighs so I made it with chicken breast. I made it with white rice. . Delish I will definitely make this again.
This dish is amazing!!
I’m just wondering, is there enough liquid in this recipe to prevent the “burn” notice? Wouldn’t just the cream make it too thick? I appreciate your expertise! This looks so good!
Donna, i had the same concern but using fresh mushroom and that much spinach…water is not an issue. Used breast also, 1 1/4lb cut up wasnt quite enough. Overall very good dish. Served over rice so didn’t reduce too much. Shredded parmesan was the perfect touch.
I was a tad short on mushrooms so I used a can of mushroom soup and just used less cream. It turned out great.
I also used Chicken breast and it turned out great and the chicken was nice and moist.
Very easy recipe, indeed. My family loved it!