The best cookbooks of all time
The idea of pressure cooking food to save time is not new: the very first pressure cooker, according to Britishdate of 17and century. Still, you don’t always have to invent a better mousetrap if it’s easier to find gold by remarketing an old one. Such was the case with the Instant Pota 21st pressure cooker of the century that has become cult despite its rather high price.
If you’re a new convert, you could probably use some tried-and-true advice from a pressure-cooking pro because, as Tom’s Guide points out, Instant Pots really aren’t as user-friendly as they crack to be. (Spoiler: the word “instant” may be an oversell.) One such expert is Jeffrey Eisner, host of the popular Youtube “Pressure Luck Cooking” series. Eisner’s “Step-by-Step Instant Pot Cookbook” brings you the same tips, tricks, and recipes, but without the hassle of hitting pause and rewind.
“The Instant Pot Step-by-Step Cookbook”, as the name suggests, really walks you through every step of the cooking process of its 100 recipes. There are plenty of photos included, so if you have an Instant Pot branded pressure cooker instead of a counterfeit, you’ll see exactly which button to press. The recipes in the book include Instant Pot standards like chili, pot roast, and lasagna, but we particularly like the not-so-basic dishes like lobster rolls, chicken shawarma, and bananas.
Buy “The Instant Pot Step-by-Step Cookbook” from Amazon for $11.94.