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Win Weeknights with These Crazy-Delicious Instant Pot Recipes

Good Housekeeping Logo By Amanda Garrity, Catherine Lo of Good Housekeeping | Slide 1 of 18: Cooking dinner in an instant sounds too good to be true — until you meet the Instant Pot.  If you don’t already have one (or maybe you’re not 100% sure what an Instant Pot is), this multi-cooker can simplify your life by cutting down on the number of appliances on your counter. It works as a pressure cooker, slow cooker, rice cooker, steamer and more.  For weeknight dinners, the two functions that come in handy the most are the pressure cooker and the slow cooker. You can tackle soup, chili, pasta, chicken, beef, by either setting up your meal before heading out for the day, or making traditionally long-cooking meals in a fraction of the time.  Not ready to commit your whole meal to the Instant Pot? No worries, let it work for you by cooking up sideswhile you deal with your main dish, or rice and other grains to accompany sautés or as a base for  ricebowls. Once you start using your Instant Pot for weeknights, we have a feeling you’ll never go back. For more time-saving (and seriously delicious!) recipes, check out the Good Housekeeping Instant Pot® Cookbook.

Cooking dinner in an instant sounds too good to be true — until you meet the Instant Pot. If you don’t already have one (or maybe you’re not 100% sure what an Instant Pot is), this multi-cooker can simplify your life by cutting down on the number of appliances on your counter. It works as a pressure cooker, slow cooker, rice cooker, steamer and more.

For weeknight dinners, the two functions that come in handy the most are the pressure cooker and the slow cooker. You can tackle soup, chili, pasta, chicken, beef, by either setting up your meal before heading out for the day, or making traditionally long-cooking meals in a fraction of the time.

Not ready to commit your whole meal to the Instant Pot? No worries, let it work for you by cooking up sides
while you deal with your main dish, or rice and other grains to accompany sautés or as a base for rice
bowls.

Once you start using your Instant Pot for weeknights, we have a feeling you’ll never go back. For more time-saving (and seriously delicious!) recipes, check out the Good Housekeeping Instant Pot® Cookbook.

© Mike Garten

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