This recipe is a glutenfree and sugarfree version of our favorite Instant Pot dessert. To add depth and flavor, the cheesecake is mixed with cinnamon and pureed squash which you may substitute with local kabocha squash. Creating your own squash puree is also a breeze by pressure cooking the vegetable cuts on the trivet.
This dish provides the comfort of mashed potato but serves much lower carbohydrates. Pressure cooking a whole cauliflower with the Instant Pot is so quick that there’s no need to chop it to prepare. Use this as a side dish or healthy substitute for your usual carbs.
Bistek Tagalog is the Filipino take of a beef steak. With Instant Pot, you’re promised with a tender bistek and an even heartier flavor as the white onions are broken down into the sauce through pressure cooking.
The breakfast pudding to satisfy your sweet tooth. Your champorado can be done in minutes and even timed night before using Instant Pot’s Delay Start function. Dump all ingredients in the inner pot, set the time, and wake up to a batch of champorado.
Ribs are made extra special due to the long smoking or baking time needed to achieve that fork-tenderness everyone loves. Pressure cooking the ribs cuts down that cooking time to barely an hour. Finish the ribs by broiling them in the oven or char-grilling on charcoal.
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It might be hard to imagine adobo not eaten with rice – but it works! This easy recipe turns this favorite viand into a sandwich filling. Serve it with pickled vegetables, shredded lettuce, and mayo-based dressing for the ultimate experience.
Chicken Binakol is a chicken soup dish with flavors that are sweet and subtle from the coconut water used as broth. The tenderness of the traditionally poached chicken is achieved with Instant Pot’s perfect cooking.
A Filipino Classic. This beef shank soup uses simple ingredients and barely any flavorings. The richness of the soup comes from the long hours of tenderizing the meat, in the process melting the collagen and marrow.