It’s been well-established that the Instant Pot’s popularity isn’t waning any time soon, so you’ve likely been using yours so long that you’ve fallen into a classic Pothead slump. If you’ve been making the same recipes over and over, let the crisp fall air slap you in the face and convince you to change things up.
We’ve shared a ton of Instant Pot recipes in the past: dishes that make the most of the pressure cooker function, springtime recipes, the top 10 Instant Pot recipes on Pinterest and the best game day foods you can make in it. But we’ve rounded up 41 recipes that we haven’t shared with you yet, culling hits from some of our favorite food bloggers who have mastered the multicooker.
Go take these for a whirl and get ready to hiss some steam all over your kitchen.
Instant Pot Creamy Tomato Soup
Instant Pot Broccoli Cheddar Soup
Instant Pot Short Rib Ragu
Instant Pot Pumpkin Grits
Instant Pot Thai Lemongrass Chicken
Instant Pot Minestrone
Instant Pot Turkey Meatballs And Spaghetti Squash
The Best Instant Pot Taco Meat
Instant Pot Black Bean Dip
Paleo Chicken And Broccoli
BBQ Pulled Chicken (Instant Pot Or Slow Cooker)
Instant Pot Pork Carnitas
Instant Pot Ragu
Instant Pot Chipotle Cheddar Corn Chowder
Instant Pot Orange Chicken Lettuce Wraps
2-Ingredient Salsa Chicken
Instant Pot Ham And Bean Soup
Clean Eating Instant Pot Summer Soup
Easy Instant Pot Mashed Potatoes
Instant Pot Chicken Pozole
Instant Pot Chicken Tortilla Soup
Instant Pot Yogurt
Instant Pot Split Pea Soup With Harissa
Instant Pot Butter Chicken
'Make Life Simple' Instant Pot Lentil Soup
BBQ Instant Pot Whole Chicken
Smoky BBQ Instant Pot Ribs
Instant Pot Apple Cinnamon Oatmeal
Instant Pot Lamb Tagine
Instant Pot Coconut Tandoori Chicken
Instant Pot Beef Stroganoff
Instant Pot Potato Leek Soup With Cauliflower
Instant Pot Beef And Broccoli
Instant Pot Fesenjan (Persian Pomegranate Chicken)
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