Turmeric – a curcumin containing spice – brings an earthy, feel-good twist to classic chicken noodle soup. Loaded with tender veggies, chicken and egg noodles, this hearty homemade soup comes together in the Instant Pot® in just 20 minutes.
Move over roasted turkey. The Instant Pot® turkey is here! Seasoned with Club House® Garlic Powder, Paprika and Thyme, then seared and cooked in the same pot, Thanksgiving turkey comes out moist and delicious in just 40 minutes.
A take on the traditional Asian hot pot, our version starts with a savory beef stock spiced with garlic, ginger and Thai Kitchen® Red Curry Paste. Guests cook steak quickly in the spicy stock and scoop with broth into individual bowls over noodles. Top with a sweet-hot chili sauce and garnishes...
And, no, this isn't magic. Instant Pot Egg Salad creates a rich and flavorful classic egg salad, WITHOUT having to peel boiled eggs!
"Instant Pot Egg Salad is one of the greatest kitchen hacks I think I've encountered -- delicious and flavorful egg salad with chives, mayo, mustard, and celery salt, and it DOESN'T require you to peel eggs!"
Creamy key lime pie smoothie recipe with luscious hints of coconut. Packed with protein for the best breakfast, snack or healthy dessert!
This incredible key lime pie smoothie recipe tastes just like a slice of your favorite dessert but is packed with protein and a boost of sneaky veggies! Enjoy the perfect breakfast, snack or even healthy dessert.
Just get an Instant Pot? Here are 30 of the absolute best things to make in it.
"Lots of curries and saucey dishes such as this are ideal Instant Pot fodder, as the lack of varied texture in the dish isn’t a glaring issue (texture uniformity can be solved with peanuts, chopped scallions, etc.)."
Dan dan noodles are traditionally made with ground pork and pickled vegetables, but in this tasty vegan riff on the Sichuan classic from Hetty McKinnon, pan-fried eggplant steps in for the pork. The recipe calls for tahini, but smooth almond or peanut butter will work in its place.
This cobbler from Edna Lewis, the chef from Virginia whose books helped define the Southern culinary canon, features a pie crust topping that lets the stone fruit’s flavors shine. Ms. Lewis liked to make it with a lattice top, with bits of raw dough tucked into the filling, which cook into dumplings while thickening the fruit juice.
Yes, this is a recipe for a tomato sandwich. This one, from Melissa Clark, is based on pan con tomate, and “involves rubbing the guts of a ripe tomato all over garlicky toasted bread,” then topping with more tomato, onion, mayo and, if you like, bacon.
Those both sound yummy. I'm going to try the instant pot spaghetti you posted above a while ago, as well as a couple of soup/stew recipes since I find it hard to swallow food that isn't well moisstened with gravy or sauce.
This heart-healthy lemony Italian tuna salad is loaded with creamy cannellini beans, juicy tomatoes and celery. You won't even miss mayo!
"If you don't mind splurging, look for imported oil–packed tuna from Italy or Spain that's sold in jars. It's twice the price but astonishingly delicious—especially here, as the tuna takes center stage."