This recipe is the perfect example of the 1:1 rule, using the same amount of chicken or veggie both as rice, and a ten minute natural release. It also shows how you can customize the basic formula with other flavors and textures to create something more than just rice, in this case, classic Greek ingredients.
By: The Fresh and Healthy Instant Pot Cookbook by Megan Gilmore
Let’s be honest here: if you make a batch of brownies, you are going to eat the whole thing. We get it, and we’ve got you covered. This brownie recipe is as healthy as it gets. For brownies. You’ll probably want to scarf down the whole batch solo, and although we are not advocating that you do that, if it does happen…well, it could’ve been worse.
Bet you never knew you could make popcorn in your Instant Pot, did you? The secret is using coconut oil because it has such a high smoke point it won’t burn as you use sauté to pop the kernels. So easy. So good.
Sure, we could give you a recipe for a delicious Instant Pot hamburger, but that would be too obvious. Instead, we’re going for a little deke from the expected moves and see if we can score with this unbelievable recipe for adding championship flavor to any burger: Bacon-Onion Jam. There will be no foul called on this topping.