Original publish date May 30 2017. Updated 2022 with new photos and information.
Instant Pot makes it SO easy to cook up a batch of leafy greens. Whether you’re looking to prep yourself a pot of kale, collards, chard, beet greens, turnip greens, ANY kind of greens… with your pressure cooker, you can set-it-and-forget-it and get them done in a flash.
I like to call them INSTA-GREENS. Make a batch every week to add to your dinners, lunches and breakfasts. Let your Instant Pot be a positive influence on your self care routine! Continue reading “[Instant Pot] Insta-Greens! How to Prep Leafy Greens in a Pressure Cooker”
Zucchini noodles are a fun way to load up your plate with an extra dose of veggies and mix up your meal prep! Continue reading “[Instant Pot] Insta-Zoodles! How to Cook Zucchini Noodles in a Pressure Cooker”
Garlic lovers only! Fifty whole cloves – half roasted until deeply caramelized, half left sharply raw before pressure-cooking – make this soup very powerful.
Because this recipe is made with hardy produce that stays available through the cold season, it is an excellent candidate to accompany your winter grilled cheese sandwiches after your freezer supply of Roasted Tomato Soup runs out. Instant Pot makes it easy to pressure-cook garlic, onion, herbs, broth, and soaked dry white beans into a creamy, fiery, satisfying soup. Continue reading “[Instant Pot] 50 Clove Garlic & White Bean Soup”
A good broth is a beautiful thing – a magical culinary elixir that extracts the hidden goodness from bones and other kitchen scraps… Food that would otherwise go to waste, but that still has deep flavor and powerful nourishment to offer.
Broth is an ancient food. It’s been around as long as people have boiling food in water. Long-simmered stocks made from vegetables, meats and bones have a history of recognition for not only their culinary value, but also their nutritive merits. Humans have a long tradition of strengthening weak constitutions with broth, from its use by early nutritionists as an inexpensive protein-sparing diet staple for the malnourished, to everyone’s favorite cold remedy – chicken soup. Continue reading “[Instant Pot] Insta-Broth! The Art & Science of Pressure Cooker Bone Broth”
Beta vulgaris: the common beet. Uncommon points of interest in this plant’s biochemistry include: Continue reading “[Instant Pot] Insta-Beets!”