How to Cook Beef Stew in the Electric Pressure Cooker

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The best way to learn how to cook beef stew is in the electric pressure cooker. With tender pieces of meat, carrots, and potatoes, this method offers a quick and easy twist on a classic. It’s sure to become one of your favorite meals in no time, and it’s simple enough to make any night of the week. Read more now.

Savory Granola with Oats, Nuts, Herbs, and Spices

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When you’re craving the crunch of granola but your sweet tooth just can’t take another hit, turn to this savory marriage of oats and nuts flavored with fiery crushed red pepper flakes, aromatic spices like citrusy sumac, and herbes de Provence. A hint of maple syrup keeps everything balanced. Read on for the recipe.

Homemade Peach Jam

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This vibrant peach jam is not only delicious, it’s a jack-of-all-trades. For breakfast, smear it onto a flaky croissant. When lunchtime rolls around, nestle it between sourdough and sharp cheddar for a sweet and savory grilled cheese you’ll never forget. Keep reading to get the full recipe for this fresh fruit spread.

Pumpkin Nut Muffins

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These seasonal muffins scream fall thanks to their sweet pumpkin and brown sugar base and warm, aromatic spices like cinnamon, nutmeg, and cloves. Nutty pecans add an irresistible crunch to these fluffy, flavor-packed bites. Read more now to add this recipe to your collection of cool-weather morning treats.

How to Cook Grits in the Electric Pressure Cooker

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If you know how to cook grits in the electric pressure cooker, you can make a smooth and creamy side that you will love in a fraction of the time, and it’s completely hands-off so you can tend to other things. Whether you prefer cheesy, Cajun, or sweet grits, learn the easy method now. Read our how-to guide on Foodal.

Gluten-Free Turkey and Bacon Meatballs

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Let the scent of bacon beckon your family to the table with this twist on standard meatballs. These gluten-free goodies are a luscious medley of juicy ground turkey, salty bacon, onions, garlic, and fresh herbs. After a quick bake in the oven, they’re served with warm marinara. Read on for the recipe.

How to Cook Brussels Sprouts in the Electric Pressure Cooker

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Skip the oven and learn how to cook brussels sprouts in the electric pressure cooker. They are so easy to prepare and turn out delicious every single time. Tender and fresh, you can toss them with a simple seasoning blend, or add some bacon and parmesan cheese. This easy side dish goes with everything. Read more now.

Pot Roast Mushroom Soup: A Hearty Way to Use Your Leftovers!

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Not sure what to do with the leftover pot roast from last night’s dinner? It is so easy to make a completely new meal by using the meat in our recipe for a hearty and comforting soup. You’ll love the succulent shreds of beef, tender mushrooms, and aromatic garlic and thyme combined in a rich broth. Read more.

How to Cook Chicken Tenders in the Electric Pressure Cooker

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Ready to learn how to cook chicken tenders in the electric pressure cooker? This simple cooking method makes it easy to achieve juicy and tender meat over and over again. You can enjoy them whole or shred them up to use in a variety of recipes, from soups to egg rolls and more. Learn the simple method now on Foodal.

Roasted Red Pepper Pasta Bake

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Light, fluffy ricotta meets melty mozzarella in this spin on cheesy baked pasta that will take your taste buds for a ride. This recipe features tubular noodles tossed with a garlicky roasted red pepper sauce and fragrant basil leaves. Read more now to add this dynamite dish to your list of casserole-style favorites.

Simple Chocolate Chip Banana Breakfast Cookies

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Is there a way to stay healthy and eat chocolate in the morning? We found the perfect loophole with our recipe for 5-ingredient chocolate chip banana breakfast cookies. With mashed bananas, oats, vanilla extract, and chocolate chips, they are the perfect sweet treat in the morning. Read more now for this easy recipe.

How to Cook Tortellini in the Electric Pressure Cooker

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For a quick dinner or meal prep, take a moment to learn how to cook tortellini in the electric pressure cooker. You can use frozen or dry pasta, and you can easily double it for a large group or to prep your meals for the week. Serve them with your favorite sauce, or in a soup or cold salad. Read more now.