The Step-by-Step Instant Pot Cookbook: 100 Simple Recipes for Spectacular Results -- with Photographs of Every Step (Step-by-Step Instant Pot Cookbooks) (Paperback)

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NATIONAL BESTSELLERThe easiest-to-follow Instant Pot cookbook ever: 100 delicious recipes with more than 750 photographs guiding you every step of the way
Jeffrey Eisner's popular Pressure Luck Cooking website and YouTube channel have shown millions of home cooks how to make magic in their Instant Pots. Now Eisner takes the patient, fun, step-by-step approach that made him an online phenomenon and delivers a cookbook of 100 essential dishes that will demystify pressure cooking for Instant Pot users of all abilities--and put an astounding dinner on the table in a flash.
Every flavor-filled recipe in this book is illustrated with clear photographs showing exactly what to do in each step. There are no surprises: no hard-to-find ingredients, no fussy extra techniques, and nothing even the most reluctant cooks can't master in moments. What you see is truly what you get, in delicious and simple dishes such as:
  • Mac & Cheese
  • Quick Quinoa Salad
  • French Onion Chicken
  • Eisner's popular Best-Ever Pot Roast
  • Ratatouille Stew
  • And even desserts such as Bananas Foster and Crème Brulée.

About the Author


Jeffrey Eisner is the creator of Pressure Luck Cooking, an acclaimed, easy-to-follow Instant Pot recipe video blog. Featured on the Food Network, Good Morning America, and Rachael Ray, he creates his famously flavorful recipes at home in Queens, New York.


Product Details
ISBN: 9780316460835
ISBN-10: 0316460834
Publisher: Voracious
Publication Date: April 14th, 2020
Pages: 272
Language: English
Series: Step-by-Step Instant Pot Cookbooks

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