Pulled pork normally takes up to eight hours of slow-cooking to get that tender, pull-apart texture. With the Instant Pot, it takes just 45 minutes.
Treating your family to a big pot of butter chicken usually takes prior planning, but with the Instant Pot, you can have it on the table in under an hour.
Sip it straight-up or use it as a base for soup. This nutrient-packed broth is your best line of defence against cold and flu season.
Slow and steady wins the race with this hearty soup. 15 minutes of prep is all that's required of you. The reward is a bounty of freezer meals your future self will thank you for.
Brisket is a humble cut of beef—inexpensive and easy to prep. All it asks for in return is a little time. Braised over hours, brisket comes out succulent and tender.
Simple to make and extremely tasty, your family will be begging for seconds of this Saucy Pulled Pork.
Serve this sweet, sticky chicken dish over rice and pair it with a fresh chopped salad or a tray of roasted broccoli.
A hearty soup that eats like a meal. Hamburger soup is loaded with veggies, nubby barley and chunks of beef. What's not to like?
This simple chana masala assembles quickly and results in a flavourful, inexpensive meal that provides a complete protein.