ABOUT THIS BOOK:
The first Instant Pot-authorized cookbook for the new Ace Multi-Use Cooking and Beverage Blender offers 68 foolproof recipes utilizing every function to produce hot soups and stews, mains and sides, dips and spreads, sauces, frozen treats, smoothies and cocktails, and more. The Instant Pot Ace Blender became an instant hit for its ability to cook as well as achieve high-speed blending, and fans have been clamoring for trustworthy recipes. Now, America’s Test Kitchen answers the call with an indispensable collection of fully tested recipes that show how to use the blender to full advantage. Produce great-tasting soups like butternut squash soup and Mexican chicken soup using the revolutionary “soup” function (which chops, cooks, and purees at the touch of a button). Then venture beyond soups to make easy meals such as chicken cacciatore, Indian vegetable curry, and ground beef chili–all without using the stovetop. You’ll also find: * Treats and frozen desserts like Banana Ice Cream, Grapefruit-Elderberry Sorbet, and Dark Chocolate Mousse * Party-ready dips and sauces, including Herbed Spinach Dip, Easy Blender Smoky Tomato and Green Pepper Salsa, Arugula and Ricotta Pesto, and Marinara Sauce * Effortless sides, such as Spicy Zoodles Marinara and Creamy Mashed Cauliflower * Refreshing drinks, from Oat Milk with Ginger and Turmeric to Watermelon-Lime Agua Frescas and Frozen Margaritas Filled with the best tips and techniques the test kitchen discovered while developing these recipes, this is the book every Ace Blender owner needs to get the most out of this game-changing appliance.
ABOUT AMERICA’S TEST KITCHEN:
America’s Test Kitchen publishes award-winning cookbooks along with Cook’s Illustrated and Cook’s Country magazines and produces public television’s top-rated shows, America’s Test Kitchen and Cook’s Country. It is a very real 15,000-square-foot kitchen located in Boston’s Seaport district and is home to more than 60 test cooks, editors, and tasting and testing experts.
Just made this soup, but had to take a guess as to how much broth to use (wasn’t in the recipe). I used 3 cups of vegetable broth.
I also had a mix bag of chard, Kale and spinach and used that as well. I did use the arugula too!
Came out delicious!
Oh wow, this soup recipe looks like it will come in handy during the coming fall and winter. Thank you for posting this!