Want to learn how to make pulled pork in your electric pressure cooker or Instant Pot? The tender, juicy meat is easy to prepare, and it only calls for a few simple ingredients. You can flavor it any way you like, from BBQ to Chinese to Cuban. Enjoy all the flavor of slow cooked meat, in a fraction of the time.
Easy slow cooker Cuban mojo pork is a fun twist on traditional pulled pork that comes together in a few simple steps. It’s a flavorful dish served up with rice and beans, and the leftovers can be enjoyed in nearly endless ways. The citrusy flavor is bold, bright, and the meat melts in your mouth. Get the recipe now.
Forget spending a ton of time building flavor – you can make the ultimate bowl of French onion soup with a little help from your Instant Pot. In a little over an hour, you’ll be sitting down to a deep, rich, and comforting bowlful, with the classic crisp and cheesy bread on top. Get the recipe now on Foodal.
Host a winning game day party with our quick and easy Buffalo chicken chili. Every hot and spicy bowl offers the ideal blend of your favorite stew and the best wings, with tangy blue cheese crumbles on top. An unbelievably simple recipe to prepare, you can keep it warm throughout the game. Get the recipe now on Foodal.
A lightened up take on the French classic Coq au Vin, this Instant Pot white wine braised chicken will become your new favorite dinner, and it’s ready in under an hour. Made with hearty vegetables and a delicious sauce, it’s easy to let your pressure cooker do the difficult work for you. Get the recipe now on Foodal.
Flavorful and juicy homemade shredded chicken tacos are an easy weeknight dinner that the entire family will love. Served with roasted tomatillo salsa verde, pico de gallo, and queso fresco, you get all the classic flavors, straight from the slow cooker or Instant Pot. Read more to enjoy a taco night, done right.
I love this time of year. Apples are in season, and I have a great recipe for applesauce. You will need a pressure cooker, preferably steel. Aluminum may work, but the acid in the apples is liable to do funky things, like pull metal out of the pan and make the applesauce grey and/or metallic …