Cooking with an instant pot can save so much time for a busy family. Dinner is done in moments with this innovative kitchen must have, and the possibilities are endless once you learn how to use your instant pot.
There is virtually nothing that an instant pot can’t make if you know how to do it! Homemade yogurt, falling off the bone BBQ ribs and perfectly fluffy rice are just a few of the possibilities!
If you are new to your instant pot, or even someone looking to expand your collection of recipes, I have the scoop on a great resource for you. The book, How to Instant Pot Mastering All the Functions of the One Pot that Will Change the Way You Cook by Daniel Shumski is a great way to learn all the tips, tricks and ins, and outs of cooking amazing meals at home.
Asides from learning recipes and all about cooking functions this book can help you learn to clean the instant pot, which is so important for reducing the transfer of flavors and leftover aromas, and all about the LCD display.
How to Instant Pot Mastering All the Functions of the One Pot that Will Change the Way You Cook by Daniel Shumski makes a great gift for the holidays. If your friends and family are new to instant pot cooking, you will definitely want to gift this resource. It also makes a nice accompaniment to the gift of an instant pot!
I have been blown away by all I learned from How to Instant Pot Mastering All the Functions of the One Pot that Will Change the Way You Cook. We are eating healthier and more diverse meals in record-breaking time which is great for our health, and my wallet for all of the takeout we are skipping these days!
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