Free Electric Pressure Cooker Recipe Booklet

By July 17, 2013

InstantPot electric pressure cooker recipe English 200x300 Free Electric Pressure Cooker Recipe BookletSince electric pressure cookers are a relatively recent invention, recipes for this miracle appliance can be rather scarce. Chefs and authors are just beginning to develop and publish recipes that are tailor made for the awesome advantages of cooking with an electric pressure cooker.

To help with that matter, we have invited five pioneer chefs and authors who have created a wide variety of delicious recipes in various cuisines specifically designed for your Instant Pot.

In this booklet, we will introduce you to:

  • Laura Pazzaglia is an undisputed expert on pressure cookers and pressure cooking.  You’ll enjoy her fresh perspective on European and American cuisines at www.HipPressureCooking.com.
  • Maomao Mom is a scientist at National Research Council Canada and a food lover. She has turned traditional Chinese recipes into step-by-step guides that may be reproduced by everyone. You can find a huge collection of recipes on her bilingual site at www.MaomaoMom.com.
  • Jill Nussinow, known as the “Vegie Queen”, specializes in vegetarian whole food meals.  She recently published a popular book “The New Fast Food”  which can be found at www.TheVeggieQueen.com.
  • Barbara Schieving loves both pressure cooking and baking. Her site www.PressureCookingToday.com has recipes for every meal of the day.
  • Chef AJ, the author of a wonderful book “Unprocessed”, is a great educator of plant-based whole food. You can find more of her videos and recipes at www.EatUnprocessed.com.

We hope you enjoy the recipes they have been kind enough to provide for this booklet and we encourage you to visit their websites to explore a growing number of new recipes.

Click the book icon to download your free “Instant Pot Electric Pressure Cooker Recipes” booklet.

InstantPot electric pressure cooker recipe English 120x180 Free Electric Pressure Cooker Recipe Booklet

 

If you read Chinese, we have also prepared a Chinese recipe booklet including additional contributions from  Maomao Mom. You can click the book icon below to download the Chinese recipe booklet.

InstantPot electric pressure cooker recipe Chinese 125x180 Free Electric Pressure Cooker Recipe Booklet

Happy Pressure Cooking!

 

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38 Responses to “Free Electric Pressure Cooker Recipe Booklet”

  1. Hello,I check your blogs named “Free Electric Pressure Cooker Recipe Booklet | Instant Pot®” daily.Your humoristic style is awesome, keep it up! And you can look our website about fast proxy list.

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  2. Goofy says:

    This is AMAZING because I had lost the book which came with my cooker, so thank you for this facility to download it!!! :)

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  3. Rosie says:

    Has anyone else tried the cauliflower citrus salad on page 13? If so, how did it turn out? I made it the other day and my fresh veggies were way over cooked and mushy. The 7 minutes of cook time is definitely a TYPO. They should not be cooked for >3minutes. Next time will only cook for 2 minutes.

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  4. dennis lheureux says:

    just rec’d a electric pressure cooker. please help me with a receipe for country ribs. do i brown them first or after ? etc. thank you

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    Donna Reply:

    Hi Dennis, there are lots of recipes circulating for ribs, here are some resources:
    http://instantpot.com/instant-pot-bbq-ribs/
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LYxQSt58zmA
    or join us here and ask other Instant Pot users:
    https://www.facebook.com/groups/InstantPotCommunity/

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  5. Nikolai says:

    Thank you very much!!
    This cook book is very very usefull!!

    What is more,it is free!!!!!!

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  6. Betsy Walker says:

    Where can I find a chart that will tell me how long to pressure cook basic things like potatoes, brown rice, and different kinds of beans in the Instant Pot? So far I have had to look at recipes on line and guess. Thanks!

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    Instant Pot Staff Reply:

    Please see http://instantpot.com/cooking-time/

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    Judie Edwards Reply:

    If you download the free book offered above there are charts for veggies, beans, etc. starting about page 31 or so.

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  7. Dave K. says:

    I’d like to cook a whole ham for Christmas dinner because my wife has to work. But I can’t find any instructions on pressure cooking a whole ham (4-5lbs) in the instant Pot. I just bought the Instant Pot and have no idea what I’m doing yet. This will be my first meal using it.

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  8. John says:

    Why is pasta missing in the Cookbook cooking timetables? I’ve never owned pressure cooker before, but wouldn’t these high-pressure cookers be great for unattended, less-mess, boiling of spaghetti — ready to quickly serve and eat once I get home from work and gotta rush out again, for example? Also, with the enviable new DUO model, would low- or high-pressure setting be recommended(or not) for cooking pasta? Thanks!

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    Instant Pot Staff Reply:

    Hello John,

    Thanks for pointing out the missing food in our cooking timetables. We’ll investigate and add the details.

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    Mary Harper Reply:

    I should get my Instant Pot tomorrow. I just read all these posts from people saying we can’t even cook rice, pasta, and NO GREASE? Does the no grease mean added grease and NOT the grease that will come from meats and roasts and Chicken? I sure hope not, or I’ll have to deny the pot at the door. I really wanted a cookbook on how to make things, some people are saying a book came with theirs. I bought the latest 5 qt. model and I hope it comes with something to get me started.. Please e-mail me about this soon ok? I can’t wait to cook with this machine.
    Thank you so much.
    Mary
    aka Ma’lia Harper-Wiseley

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    Instant Pot Staff Reply:

    Hi Mary,

    You can cook rice, pasta and grease in Instant Pot. You can basically cook anything in Instant Pot. The key point is to follow a recipe, so as to get the ingredients right, e.g. the water:rice ratio being right. It comes with a recipe booklet to get started and we have a ton of recipes on our website. Hope this helps.

    John Reply:

    Looking forward now to the new InstantPot iPot model with built-in bluetooth wireless, hahaha!
    Hmmm, need a smartphone app to hold all these recipes here — to help in my meal & portion planning, nutrient intake & calorie counting, grocery deal & aisle shopping, tracking and remembering my favourite iPot settings & cooking tricks, and then also sync together with other appliances to serve entire meal all at once… Just suggesting a few potential fun cooking capabilities to explore.
    Can’t wait to buy iPot and starting with an app friendly Cookbook :)

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    Instant Pot Staff Reply:

    Hello John,

    Thanks for suggestion the features for the app. We’ll try to take advantage of the app and make cooking more convenient. The cooking time table will be in the app. After looking up the food material, you can program the cooker with one press.

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  9. Lee says:

    Please consider publishing the Chinese recipes in English too! They look delicious.
    Maybe our Chinese cousins would like the English recipes in Chinese also?

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    Instant Pot Staff Reply:

    Hello Lee,

    Thank you for your suggestion. We are concerned that many of the subtle details may be lost in translation.

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    Grace Reply:

    maomaomom.com
    she has all recipes in both language

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    Againstthegrain Reply:

    Thanks for that link. I came to the website to look for the Chinese recipes in English, too. Though I’m not of Asian heritage, I love many Asian foods. I live in near a major metropolitan city on the US west coast, so I can usually find just about any Asian ingredient I need at one of the city supermarkets that caters to Asian-American communities (or else I order online).

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  10. Lori says:

    I use Calibre to convert different formats and load onto my readers. It’s free. I hope this helps a bit.

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  11. dee says:

    how do I get free recipe book

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    Instant Pot Staff Reply:

    You can click the book icon to start the download.

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    lynn appel Reply:

    need a recipe for Corn Beef and Cabbage/potatoes

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  12. Barb says:

    I was camping when the free cookbook came out and I was unable to print it. Now I am home and all I can get is the letter that said its comming. What button do I push to get the booklet its self?

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    Instant Pot Staff Reply:

    Barb,

    You’ll need to click the book icon to download the booklet, and then print it.
    Please let us know if you still have problem downloading the booklet.

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  13. Carol Schwope says:

    It only printed the ad for the booklet. The booklet did not download.

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    Instant Pot Staff Reply:

    Carol,

    Please click the book icon below to download it.

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  14. Julie says:

    It appears the New England Clam Chowder recipe needs editing. The instructions do not say when to add the milk and cream. I followed the link to the author’s website (and her original recipe), so I’m assuming that in that last step, instead of “add butter, sprinkle flour” (which was already done in the roux), we should add the milk, cream and clams?

    We’re in the midst of 100+ Arizona heat, so for now I’ll dream of making this in the cool winter days to come. :) Thank you for the recipe booklet! Keep those recipes coming!!!

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    Julie Reply:

    P.S. The InstantPot is fabulous for our hot climate. It’s a great way to make a meal without heating up the oven/stove and overworking the air conditioner. A cool, wet towel on the lid before quick release minimizes the steam and keeps the kitchen even cooler.

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    Instant Pot Staff Reply:

    Hi Julie,

    Thank you for pointing out the problem. We apologize for the editorial error and will fix this in the revision.

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  15. Pat says:

    Please consider posting the recipe book to iTunes Book store. iBook Author is a free program for publishing but would probably require some degree of reformatting from the current form.

    I would appreciate being able to download the recipe book for either my Apple iBook app or Kindle. I am starting to use my iPad more and more in the kitchen.

    Thanks!

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    Instant Pot Staff Reply:

    Hello Pat,

    We do notice that people take iPad/tablet to kitchen instead of their desktop/laptop. We’ll investigate how this can be done. Thanks for the suggestion.

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    Pat Reply:

    I saved the PDF file on my desktop. I opened the cookbook on my iPad and discovered I could save it to my iBooks library. Others, more clued into the ways of Apple and iPads may already know this was possible, but I did not.

    So I learned a new thing today

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    Instant Pot Staff Reply:

    Hi Pat,

    We looked into converting the recipe book to iBook and Kindle formats. It’s not possible with the current source format. The best approach is to import the PDF into iBook as you described.

    Jim Reply:

    Open on your iPad and top right click open in iBooks. It’s now saved on your iPad.

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  16. karen says:

    How do I get this onto my sony ereader please?

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    Instant Pot Staff Reply:

    Hi Karen,

    Thanks for the suggestion. We’ll investigate converting it to eReader format.

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