Michelle Fagone is a recipe developer, food blogger, and the author of several cookbooks including The “I Love My Instant Pot” Recipe Book, The “I Love My Instant Pot” Paleo Recipe Book, and The “I Love My Instant Pot” Gluten-Free Recipe Book. On her site, CavegirlCuisine.com, Michelle shares recipes and knowledge about the health benefits of cooking with local, fresh, unprocessed foods. Cavegirl Cuisine was named one of the Top 50 Paleo Blogs of 2012 by the Institute for the Psychology of Eating. Michelle lives in Louisville, Kentucky.
The cookbook that makes using your Instant Pot easier than ever!
The first cookbook dedicated to non-paleo gluten-free recipes for the hottest kitchen appliance: the Instant Pot—with 175 easy-to-make gluten-free recipes and photographs throughout!
This book shows you how you can use the hottest kitchen appliance right now—the Instant Pot—to create gluten-free meals that are quick, easy, and most importantly, delicious. With 175 gluten-free recipes and photographs throughout, this cookbook is a must-have for Instant Pot fans who follow a gluten-free diet due to celiac disease, gluten intolerance, wheat allergies, or simply for health reasons.
You’ll learn how to make satisfying, whole-food dishes for every meal from breakfast to dinner, snacks to desserts. You’ll also find an easy-to-understand overview of the Instant Pot including what all those buttons on your Instant Pot do, how to release the pressure from the Instant Pot when your cooking time is up, how to keep your Instant Pot clean, and more. The “I Love My Instant Pot” Gluten-Free Recipe Book is perfect for Instant Pot fans who follow a gluten-free diet or anyone who wants fast, delicious meals the whole family will love.
Directions indicate 0 minutes. Typo?
0 min? I want to try this as my first IP recipe, but confused. Thanks!
Any suggestions on how long to steam it for?
Steam for 5 minutes
I’ve made this before and it’s delicious. 0 min is NOT a typo…bring it up to sealing pressure, then turn it off, NPR
Quick, simple and amazing. I swapped Sauzon Goya for the Old Bay seasoning as a personal preference. The shrimp and sausage were perfectly cooked with the steam at 0 minutes and a natural release.
Great for an easy first use! I used blackened old bay seasoning & spicy Italian sausage.
Hubby loved it!
Very flavorful and easy to do.
Can i use frozen shrimp? If so, do i change the steam time?
Added some jalapenos for extra flavor and zip… very tasty and easy to make.
Super easy and quick. Used chorizo instead of smoked sausage and added jalapeno (thanks TimTam!), cajun spice, chipotle mango spice, siracha lime spice and served with basmati rice.
Super easy to make! Used turkey sausage and cajun seasoning. Next time adding jalapeños! Served it with cheese tortellini with jar spaghetti sauce for my picky kids.
Easy! 0 minutes is not a typo. It takes a bit while locked to steam up enough for the valve to shut. Cooked the shrimp perfectly.
Made this and used spicy sausage & used chicken broth instead of water. The flavors were very, very good & both my husband & I loved dinner. This will be on a regular dinner rotation. Think I won’t saute peppers though so they’ll be a bit more al dente.
Delicious and healthy option. I used chorizo chicken sausage.
Excellent! So easy to make and delicious! We made jalepeno corn bread muffins and dipped them into the broth. It would also be excellent served over rice or black beans.
It says steam for 0 minutes and then naturally release but my valve never even went up. Im so confused.
This has become one of our favorite Instant Pot Recipes 🙂 so yummy! Its a favorite in our house.
That means the unit never pressurized and steamed the food instead of pressure cooking.
Tasted like gumbo i added asparugus and subbed crab boil for the bay seasoning and added some butter and put cauliflower rice in when it was finished we will be making this again.
Great! Made without whitefish. Added corn.
This recipe is perfect. With or without using chicken broth instead of water, the results are very flavorful.
HELP!! Do I use cooked or uncooked sausages?? Want to make this recipe this weekend SOS
The recipe calls for smoked sausage.
Typically actually smoked meat, not smoked flavour, is meat that is cooked by smoking.
Great dish. Thanks for sharing.
Easy and tasty