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Apple Everyday Instant Pot - by Alexis Mersel (Hardcover)

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Apple Everyday Instant Pot - by Alexis Mersel (Hardcover)
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"From nutritious breakfasts to decadent desserts, Everyday Instant Pot --authorized by Instant Pot--presents a go-to collection of delicious, well-tested recipes for anytime cooking with an electric pressure cooker. The Instant Pot has be an instant classic, a must-have item for home cooks everywhere. Everyday Instant Pot presents an indispensable collection of well-curated recipes that are easy to follow and yield delicious, consistent results. From comforting classics like One-Pot Bolognese, French Dip Sandwiches, and Texas Beef Chili, to lighter fare such as chicken braised with citrus and olives, gingery salmon, and zesty and bright wild rice salad, you'll find plenty of inspiration for getting the most out of your pressure cooker. The well-tested recipes include all the basics--like yogurt, eggs, jam, rice, beans--as well as dishes for every meal of the day. You'll learn the fundamentals and benefits of cooking various cuts of meat--such as pork shoulder, chicken thighs, or beef chuck--in an Instant Pot. Along with a basic cooking method for each cut as well as a selection of flavor profiles--such as Korean, Mexican, Indian, Thai, and Mediterranean--that work well with it and suggestions for serving. With this comprehensive ""building block"" approach, and collection of inspiring recipes to draw on, you'll be an Instant Pot expert in no time. Recipe List: Breakfast and Basics: Breakfast Quinoa Steel-Cut Oats (w/ variations: apple cinnamon; chocolate; banana maple) Yogurt ... read more
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