How to Cook Shredded Chicken in the Electric Pressure Cooker

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When you know how to cook shredded chicken in the electric pressure cooker, you can make it perfectly juicy and tender every time. It is prepared with just the right amount of seasoning, and you can even freeze it for your weekly meal prep if you like. This method is simple, using either fresh or frozen poultry.

How to Make Elbow Macaroni in the Electric Pressure Cooker

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It’s time to master preparing elbow macaroni in the electric pressure cooker. Cooking pasta in this appliance is a bit different than the stovetop version, and it is so easy to do. The noodles come out perfectly every single time, and you never have to worry about your pot boiling over. Learn the simple method now.

How to Get the Most out of Fresh Berries

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Are you storing your berries correctly? Are they going bad before you get a chance to eat them? If you are disappointed over and over again by moldy fruit, learn how to properly store it at home. You’ll never waste a single blueberry, strawberry, raspberry, or blackberry again. Read on for our helpful advice.

How to Cook Pork Tenderloin in the Electric Pressure Cooker

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The fun of cooking pork tenderloin in the electric pressure cooker lies in the fact that it’s nearly effortless, and you get a fantastic, simple pan sauce that’s made in the same pot for easy cleanup. You can have a juicy protein entree on the table in less than 30 minutes that’s bursting with flavor. Read more now.

How to Cook Egg Noodles in the Electric Pressure Cooker

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Everyone should know how to make egg noodles in the electric pressure cooker. The wide pasta is a staple in so many recipes that we grew up with, and continue to cook to this day. With very little prep required and an insanely short cook time, you can make weeknight cooking that much simpler. Read more now.

How to Cook Bacon in the Oven

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This is the best method for cooking bacon in the oven. It’s extremely quick, easy, and saves you from having to hover over the stove as it cooks. The breakfast meat gets crispy in and it comes out perfectly cooked every single time. Eat it as is or use it in recipes. And don’t forget to save the fat too. Read more now.

The Scoop on Szechuan Peppercorns

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Brimming with fruity notes and complemented by an undeniably citrusy character, Szechuan peppercorns may be small, but they bring big flavor to the table. Though these pods aren’t necessarily peppery, they pack a prickly punch. Read more now for all the facts behind these magically mouth-numbing pink berries.

How to Cook Orzo in the Electric Pressure Cooker

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Want to learn how to cook orzo in the electric pressure cooker, to make the ideal quick and easy side? This tiny pasta is a fun way to shake things up when you are bored with rice, and it’s simple to make. Plus, you can easily customize the flavors to match whatever you serve as your main dish. Read more now.

How to Cook Green Beans in an Electric Pressure Cooker

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Want to learn how to cook fresh green beans in an electric pressure cooker or Instant Pot? They can be prepared quickly and easily in this handy appliance. The seasoning possibilities are endless, and you can cook them to your preferred level of doneness in just a few minutes. Get the how-to guide now.

How to Cook Baked Potatoes in the Electric Pressure Cooker

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Making baked potatoes in the electric pressure cooker is the best shortcut to prepare perfectly cooked spuds. Ready to learn how? Our step-by-step instructions show you how to make them quickly so they come out nice and fluffy. You can even get the crispy skin you love with a simple extra step. Read more on Foodal.

Grits vs. Polenta: What’s the Difference?

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Have you gobbled up southern shrimp and grits a million times over and indulged in many-a-sauce-smothered polenta dish at your favorite Italian bistro? If so, you’ve probably found yourself wondering: are grits and polenta the same thing? Read more now to learn the real differences between the two comparable grains.

Homemade Almond Milk Couldn’t Be Easier

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Want to add a nutty kick to your daily lineup of dairy-free alternatives? This almond milk is a breath of fresh, frothy air. It’s loaded with nutrients and as silky smooth as it is crazy addictive. Keep reading to add this recipe to your list of creamy companions, and swap it in anywhere you splash regular milk.