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Healthy Organic Instant Pot Recipes : Everything You're Doing Wrong With Your Instant Pot

Healthy Organic Instant Pot Recipes Video

Healthy Organic Instant Pot Recipes

Everything You're Doing Wrong With Your Instant Pot

Everything You're Doing Wrong With Your Instant Pot

A small miracle on your kitchen counter, the cult-favorite Instant Pot has taken the world by storm. Make sure you’re getting the most out of your new favorite kitchen appliance by avoiding these common mistakes.

One-pot meals are a busy cook’s best friend, and if you’re not using the sauté button on your Instant Pot, you’re missing an opportunity. If your recipe calls for browning meat, pre-cooking onions, or doing any prep work on the stovetop, you can do that right in your Instant Pot. Sauté the ingredients in the bottom of the pot with oil or whatever fat you prefer, then continue on with the recipe by switching to the pressure cooker feature. One less pan to clean!

Yes, the Instant Pot can cook at lightning-fast speed, but you might be a little disappointed when the maci and cheese recipe that promises to cook in a few minutes takes longer than that.

This is because the time needed for the machine to come to pressure isn’t taken into account — but, there is a way to shave a few minutes off the process if you’re in a hurry to start cooking. Just turn on your Instant Pot right as you begin your recipe, even if you’re not ready to close the lid yet. Make sure you’ve added your cooking liquid so you’re not heating an empty pot, then finish the remaining prep. The pot will start to heat up while you’re working and it won’t have to start from cold once you do close the lid. Now you’re that much closer to some cheesy pasta goodness.

Watch the video to see everything you’re doing wrong with your instant pot!

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The sauté feature | 0:13
Underestimating cooking time | 0:47
Not cleaning the sealing ring | 1:36
Overfilling it | 2:13
Stacking foods | 2:50
The rice cooker function | 3:17
The liquid is all wrong | 4:22

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11 Comments

  1. If you pre heat the pot or liquids when the recipe doesn't call for it, or don't follow the listed natural release time, your dish will be under cooked. They count on that time when developing the recipe.

  2. I don't understand the need for the comic relief. Seems to be the new craze on Youtube videos. Everybody adds comic relief when they're non needed actually. There's nothing hard on your nerves watching a video on how to use and Instant Pot. I know that and I can say it cause field of work is…communications.

  3. The instapot is a very good resource for low-income families who struggle to pay their utility bills. I will give it back. I prefer this and I microwave never like microwave if you can't give me a free y quwave I will give it away or sell it or break it. But I do want to say that please don't let the instapot be the thing that teaches you how to cook. Because even with these tips not knowing that some recipes require that you preheat the oven or the Potter Skillet that you're using it's very important. Everything has its uses but don't solely depend on that one thing. I would also recommend the instapot as a gift for homeless encampments as well. Easy clean up easy to move. You can get an outdoor Battery Source to power it. Like I said it has so many great benefits. But if your blessing up to be in a home with a stove please learn how to cook with your stove first.

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