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|By :101 Things To Do In An Instant Pot CB|
|Prep Time||10 minutes|
|Cook Time||50 minutes|
4 - 6 Servings
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Take the pressure out of the old “what’s for dinner” rut with 101 easy recipes to use in your Instant Pot.®
The 101 Things To Do series provides easy recipes that can be made every day with your favorite ingredients or appliances. Instant Pots are fast becoming the favorite tool in the kitchen replacing that intimidating pressure cooker along with several other countertop-hogging appliances. If you have a new or an under-used Instant Pot, get ready for fantastic food in minutes by adding the recipes from 101 Things To Do With An Instant Pot to your cooking repertoire.
You’ll find recipes for appetizers, breakfasts, soups and stews, beef and pork, poultry, fish and seafood, vegetarian entrees, side dishes, and desserts. Got a sweet tooth? Try Fudgy Chocolate Cake or Blueberry Cobbler. Your dinner menu will go from “Spam to Glam” when you add dishes such as Jammin’ Jambalaya, Chicken Cordon Bleu Pasta, Indian Butter Chicken, or Asian Caramel Salmon to the line-up. Vegetarians will enjoy Coconut Curry Lentils, Cheese Ravioli Lasagna, and Vanilla Spiced Sweet Potatoes, while many of the recipes can easily be adapted to fit a plant-based diet.
All recipes were created using the Instant Pot® Duo Plus 6 Quart.
Donna Kelly, a dedicated food fanatic and recipe developer, is the author of several cookbooks including Quesadillas, 101 Things to do with a Tortilla, French Toast, Virgin Vegan Everyday Recipes, 200 Appetizers, and 101 Things to do with a Toaster Oven. She lives in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Can I also do this using a baking pan on a trivet INSTEAD of right in the Instant Pot? If so, how much water on the bottom of pot & how long to cook it? Thank you:)
I used bisquick instead of pancake mix and got a burn notice just minutes into the process with the cake setting. Tried scraping the cooked cake off the bottom and using the manual low pressure since the cake setting was high pressure. Got the burn notice again 🙁
We are sorry to hear that you got the burn notice.
This recipe is difficult, one reason is that even though Bisquick is similar to pancake mix it is not exactly the same. That could have caused the initial issue.
Unfortunately changing the cooking program doesnt correct burn notices. Burn Notice relies on a sensor that determines if there is a potential to burn.
You will have to correct what is causing the tripping of the burn sensor.
Typically it is food sticking to the base of the inner pot. I would use nonstick spray to ensure the pancake batter doesn’t stick to the bottom.
We have a blog post that explains the burn notice in detail.
I tried to do it but i got the burn notice and couldn’t figure out how to get rid of it. In the end I did it with the rice option but it was a bit mushy on the inside .. edible, but not fluffy as a cake.