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INSTANT POT...
Post all things Instant Pot here...
RECIPIES!!
I got the Ultra 6 Qt...
 

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Love it!! So far I have made:
Stuffed artichokes
Orange chicken
Brown rice
Oatmeal
 

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Betsy... The oatmeal came excellent. 3 minutes on porridge setting. I put sliced almonds, vanilla, cinnamon, brown sugar and some light cream. **Stir n let sit few minutes; really gets those oats puffy. DELICIOUS!
 

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There's already an Instant Pot thread. Been there long time. Link
 

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TY... I will remove this post
 

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*waves at SJC* - good to see you! The other thread is 2 years old and no one has posted to it in 6 months, I don't think there is anything wrong with starting a new thread. Just my not-so-humble opinion ...

I use my IP several times a week, sometimes almost every day. Still the best new kitchen appliance I have found in years. Always love to read new recipes and ideas.

Here is the last IP cookbook I bought for Kindle just last month. It's still priced at $1.20 as I type this and is the best all-round guide I have found yet. Not only does he take the mystery (and 'pressure cooker' fears) out of the basic functions for the beginning user, he provides great charts and base recipes to fix things beyond the 100 recipes in the book.

 

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Please continue this thread. I would love to have a bunch of recipes all in one place. The other thread is old and has a lot of stuff in there other than recipes. This would make it much easier to find something to try.

Crebel got me to pull mine out the other day again to make chicken soup. I just need ideas for the thing or I won't use it as much.

The soup turned out great with some leftover veggies from the fridge, 4 cups of chicken bone broth, 1 lbs of chicken thighs frozen. Salt and pepper and some herbs. I'll make that again, especially as it gets colder.
 

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Betsy... The oatmeal came excellent. 3 minutes on porridge setting. I put sliced almonds, vanilla, cinnamon, brown sugar and some light cream. **Stir n let sit few minutes; really gets those oats puffy. DELICIOUS!
Are you using regular rolled oats, or steel cut oats? I use steel cut oats and have to cook for longer with the IP, maybe 9 minutes. Although I use the IP for many things, I have discovered that it is easier to use my Zojirushi rice cooker on porridge setting for my morning oatmeal.
 

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Jane917 said:
Are you using regular rolled oats, or steel cut oats? I use steel cut oats and have to cook for longer with the IP, maybe 9 minutes. Although I use the IP for many things, I have discovered that it is easier to use my Zojirushi rice cooker on porridge setting for my morning oatmeal.
When I was still eating grains I think I used a recipe that had me doing 12 minutes as I also use the steel cut, not the instant type stuff. The one that takes like 20-30 minutes on the stove top. I don't eat oats anymore so haven't made it again. I used to make a batch and put it in small containers and then eat one each morning.

Chad Winters said:
One of our favorite uses is actually making our own bone broth. We save all our bones in a bag in a freezer and when its full, we make a batch of bone broth and freeze in mason jars

https://www.mommypotamus.com/instant-pot-bone-broth-recipe/
I made this on Wednesday. So easy. But next time I'll not try to brown the skin in the instant pot first. It all just stuck to the bottom of it. I found another site where they just put it in breast up and cook it. And for those that want crispy skin, they put it under the broiler after for a few. But to be honest, it was so moist and flavorful, I didn't need the crispy skin. I made keto chicken enchiladas with leftovers yesterday, ate some more for lunch the day before and I still have leftovers. I'll cut those up and freeze them for soup later. I took the bones and put them in the freezer, although I should have taken it apart that evening while it was warm. I tried doing it the next day cause I was lazy and it was hard to cut the meat out since it was cold. so there are some meats still on the bone when I make broth later.
 

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I am new to the Instant Pot and am still learning.  I made posole soup and cannot believe how moist the pork chunks were.  It was easy and cooked in no time at all.  I think I am going to like this thing.
 

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I am new to the Instant Pot and am still learning. I made posole soup and cannot believe how moist the pork chunks were. It was easy and cooked in no time at all. I think I am going to like this thing.
You have a recipe for that soup? ;D
 

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2  14.5 cans golden hominy (drained)
1  4 oz. can chopped green chilies    (I use frozen roasted chilies and use a bit more than 4 oz. to taste)
1  medium onion, diced
2  cloves garlic, minced
1  lb. boneless, skinless chicken breasts, cut up    or    diced pork  which I like better
1  14.5 oz. can diced tomatoes
2  14.5 oz. cans reduced sodium chicken broth
1  tsp. dried oregano, crushed
1/2  tsp. ground cumin
2  Tbl. fresh cilantro, chopped

I sauteed onion, garlic and pork in pot then added rest of ingredients
put on lid and set pressure release to Sealing. Press Cancel button to reset program and select Soup and set cooking for 20 minutes
Let pressure release naturally for 10/ 15 minutes and then move Pressure Release to venting to release steam. 
It's done. Can garnish with sour cream (I don't)
 

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I made the pozole, pretty much like the recipe. We just added some sliced radishes and shredded cabbage at the end. It was so good. I used cut up pork shoulder. I'll make this again and again.

Thanks for that one prairiesky
 
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