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Your Best Instant Pot Recipes, Please

ninrn | Mar 22, 202007:19 PM     12

I got my niece an Instant Pot Duo for her birthday, and while she and her boyfriend give it the good old college try every single week, so far everything they’ve made is highly problematic—too mushy, too liquidy, too salty. I think the main problem is that they’re pulling recipes from random websites, then tweaking them badly.

Do any of you who love and regularly use your IP’s have some favorite, fool-proof, tried and true recipes you could share? These kids have good, adventurous palates and don’t mind complex or high-prep recipes. Any cuisine or course is welcome, although they are trying to cut back on sugar. I’d say their favorite cuisines are East and South Asian, Mexican/Southwestern, and Italian. They’d love excellent recipes for takeout-style Chinese beef & broccoli, mac & cheese or other noodle things, carne adovada, Thai anything, bean anything, and deep, rich stews.

Thank you!

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