Meatballs are always good, and pretty much always in season. Add in a pressure cooking jack of all trades, and you can make something really special. Instant Pot Porcupine Meatballs feature ground beef & white rice cooked and coated in a savory tomato based sauce.
White rice is just so boring when there’s this stick of butter rice you could be having instead. Four simple ingredients from the pantry are added to a single dish with long grain white rice and transformed into something truly special. A savory side dish with notes of beef broth, French onion soup, tangy Worcestershire sauce, and infused with rich butter- it all comes together in a single dish with hardly any effort at all.
A handful of ingredients and just 20 minutes total is all that stands between you and a delicious bowl of homemade clam chowder. This Instant Pot clam chowder is rich and comforting and loaded with all the classic flavors. It’s hearty and filling enough to be dinner on even the coldest winter night.
Quick & easy for Thanksgiving dinner, this Instant Pot herbed turkey gravy is a foolproof gravy recipe that is chock full of flavor. The fresh flavors of rosemary and thyme make this gravy the perfect topper to mounds of fluffy mashed potatoes, stuffing, and of course turkey. Better yet? This luscious gravy is ready to go in under ten minutes and you won’t have to break a sweat stirring to make sure it is perfectly lump free.
You can enjoy your turkey, and not have to buy a full size bird too. Make your dinner, and Holiday, easier with this quick & easy Instant Pot Turkey Breast recipe. The result’s a golden roasted, freshly seasoned and flavorful sliced entree in just 40 minutes.
Looking for something more filling than a cold bowl of cereal, or heartier than frozen pastries for busy breakfasts? These Instant Pot Quick Oats with Apples, Walnuts, & Honey are a healthy, easily customizable way to start the day and make everyone happy, and in 5 minutes no less.
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Every week I try to do a ‘Taco Tuesday’ since we all love Mexican food. It’s evolved into more of a ‘tex-mex’ themed meal as opposed to being just the traditional tacos. One thing my kids always, unanimously, ask for on is this Yellow Basmati Rice.