Instant Pot Pork Carnitas (Mexican Pulled Pork) Delicious Mexican pork made in the Instant Pot (pressure cooker) for tacos, burrito bowls, taco salads and more (also great with cilantro lime rice)!
Since posting this Instant Pot Chicken and Lentil Soup Recipe a few weeks ago I’m getting tons of requests for more Instant Pot (a multi-cooker that does the job of a slow cooker, electric pressure cooker, rice cooker, steamer, yogurt maker, sauté/browning pan, and warming pot all in one) recipes so I’m making a commitment to make at least one new recipe a week. To get to know my machine better, I’m starting with recipes I already know work. I haven’t made my Slow Cooker Mexican Pork Carnitas in a while and they are going on this week’s meal plan so I tested it out and it turned out juicy and tender, in 50 minutes. This is freezer-friendly Ingredients: Directions: Season pork with salt and pepper.
Pressure Cooker Lemongrass + Coconut Chicken - Nom Nom Paleo® Instant Pot (Pressure Cooker) Chicken Pho. Guess what, party people?
I found a Paleo-friendly, Whole30-compliant, and most importantly, authentic chicken pho recipe that you can make in an Instant Pot. Close your eyes and imagine the most slurptastic bowl of chicken noodle soup from the bestest mom n’ pop pho joint in Vietnam, and you’ll get a sense of what this tastes like, ’cause it’s a recipe from Vietnamese cooking maven Andrea Nguyen’s latest cookbook, The Pho Cookbook! As James Oseland has proclaimed, “Andrea Nguyen is the world’s greatest expert in Vietnamese cooking,” and I agree. Ten(!) Years ago, I bought Andrea’s debut cookbook, Into The Vietnamese Kitchen; it showed me that I could finally recreate restaurant-quality Vietnamese food at home.
Oh, I can hear the Paleo police now: “But rice noodles aren’t Paleo!” You’re right. Because rice and rice noodles can make me feel sleepy, though, I often swap out the rice noodles for zucchini noodles (a.k.a. Pressure Cooker Indian Butter Chicken - Jay's Sweet N Sour Life Blog. Pressure Cooker Thai Peanut Chicken & Noodles. Instant Pot (Pressure Cooker) Chicken Pho. The Domestic Man. 3 lbs stew beef (or chuck roast or short ribs, see note below), cut into chunks 1/2 tsp salt 1/2 tsp black pepper 2 tbsp white rice flour (optional) 2 tbsp ghee 1/2 onion, diced 2 cloves garlic, minced 2 tbsp tomato paste 3/4 cup red wine (Zinfandel, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon) 3 cups beef broth 3 carrots, peeled and cut into chunks 3 parsnips, peeled and cut into chunks 3 celery stalks, cut into chunks 1.5 lbs waxy potatoes (red, golden, etc), cut into chunks 3 sprigs fresh thyme (1/2 tsp dried okay) salt and pepper to taste 1 small handful parsley, chopped 1.
Combine the beef, salt, pepper, and rice flour; toss to dust the beef evenly. 2. Plug in your Instant Pot and press the “Sauté” button. 3. 4. 5. ** STOVETOP INSTRUCTIONS: In step #2, set the stovetop to medium heat and use a dutch oven. ** Stew beef is fairly lean and sourced from various beef cuts; 20 mins is a pretty standard pressure cooking time for most cuts. Pressure Cooker Crispy Potatoes. “But…but…but…potatoes aren’t Paleo!”
(7/18/14 UPDATE: White potatoes are now Whole30 approved!) Once again, with feeling: It all depends on what you mean when you say “Paleo. " There is, after all, no such thing as one definitive Paleo diet. Potatoes may not have been available to cavemen, but I really don’t care. Historical re-enactment ain’t my cup of tea. My personal template for Paleo eating focuses on nutrient-packed whole foods that don’t hurt me. Curried Ground Turkey with Potatoes Recipe. You can easily substitute ground chicken, beef or lamb for the ground turkey.
The "curry" part of this recipe is flexible. Use your favorite curry powder, garam masala, or Indian spice mix. Method 1 Brown the ground turkey: Heat the vegetable oil over medium-high heat in a large pot with a lid. When the oil is hot, add the ground turkey, spreading it out over the pan. Try not to crowd the meat (you may need to cook in batches). 2 Add onion and chiles: Add the chopped onion and chiles. 3 Add ginger and garlic: Add the grated ginger and garlic, mix well and sauté for another 1-2 minutes. Instant Pot buffalo chicken chili - ministryofcurry.com. Instant Pot buffalo chicken chili is a hearty chili loaded with minced chicken, beans and lots of colorful veggies and the flavorful and spicy buffalo wing sauce!
Last week was school winter break for us and both my children were home. For the first time in many years we decided to stay local and we were so lucky with beautiful spring like weather. Rice Pilaf with Carrots, Peas and Parsley. A colorful rice pilaf that cooks in only 3 minutes in the pressure cooker.
A quick, easy and delicious way to get more veggies in your diet. Pressure-Cooker Easy Ziti with Sausage and Peppers. Pressure Cooker Mocha-Rubbed Pot Roast. I’m going to let you in on my secret tip for always having healthy, ready-to-reheat entrees in my fridge: I make it a habit to toss a bunch of ingredients for stew into my Instant Pot right before I sit down to dinner with my family.
The stew pressure-cooks while I bond over fart jokes with my boys, and it’s ready by the time we’re done eating. It then gets packed into an air-tight container and popped into the refrigerator—it’s a scientific fact that stews taste better the next day—which means I can clean all the dinner and prep dishes at once. You know me: meal planning ain’t mything, but my semi-weekly dinner date with my Instant Pot frees me from having to face the paralyzing question of “What the bleep am I serving for dinner tonight?” How To Make Steel-Cut Oatmeal in the Pressure Cooker — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn. (Image credit: Maria Midoes) Try as I might, the texture of overnight steel-cut oats never appealed to me.
Pressure Cooker Competition Chili Con Carne - This Old Gal. Pressure Cooker Competition Chili Con Carne This Pressure Cooker Competition Chili Con Carne is going to make you toss our all your other chili recipes.
Wait, what? Chili in a Pressure Cooker? Yep, in under 30 minutes! Chili was one of my favorite things to make when I was young. It was just me and my dad growing up, so I had to learn to cook. One day, I stumbled upon a recipe that used individual spices, rather than a chili mix and was intrigued. There is more liquid in this chili than in a traditional chili. A big plus is that I much prefer to use individual spices and adjust the taste to my personal liking. Then I had to adapt my recipe to the Pressure Cooker. The first thing to do is to use the Sauté or Browning button on your Pressure Cooker and allow to completely heat.
Add the oil and allow it to heat, just a few seconds. Brown the Ground Beef Add the ground beef to the Pressure Cooker, breaking it up well with a wooden spoon. Add in the veggies Lock the lid and you are ready to cook.