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Authorized by Instant Pot and filled with beautiful photographs and more than 75 simple, well-tested comfort food recipes, this indispensable book is the ultimate collection of delicious weekday meals.

The best-selling Instant Pot has been a runaway hit, with an almost cultlike following and users who swear by it. But finding delicious, well-tested, weekday-friendly recipes that are both inspiring and trustworthy has proven difficult, until now. The Essential Instant Pot Cookbook covers each meal of the day, offering plenty of tried-and-true classic recipes, such as spicy beef and bean chili, a whole roasted chicken with mushroom sauce, and decadent New York cheesecake, alongside a hearty array of contemporary meals, such as Greek-style Gigantes beans with fresh feta, braised pork loin with balsamic vinegar and caramelized onions, buttery cauliflower mashed potatoes, pork adobo, and more! Whether you''re looking to expand your pressure cooker recipe repertoire or seeking the ultimate gift for the Instant Pot aficionado, this is the book to have.

About the Author

Coco Morante is a recipe developer and food blogger who runs the popular Instant Pot Recipes Facebook page and authors the blog Lefty Spoon. Her recipes are featured in numerous print and online publications, including Simply Recipes, The Kitchn, and Edible Silicon Valley. A self-taught cook and classically-trained soprano, Coco writes and sings in the San Francisco Bay Area, where she lives with her husband and their beagle.

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Introduction

The Instant Pot—an electric, programmable pressure cooker—has quickly become one of the most popular kitchen appliances on the market. If you grew up with a traditional stove-top pressure cooker, you’ll be amazed at how far pressure cooking has come. 

Gone are the days of the scary, rocking pressure regulator on stove-top models. The Instant Pot is whisper quiet while it cooks foods under pressure. It’s also extremely versatile. With a wide range of programmable settings, it does the job of a traditional pressure cooker as well as a slow cooker, rice cooker, and yogurt maker. 

Indeed, the range of foods you can cook in the Instant Pot is nothing short of mind-blowing. It’ll turn out both a pot of chili and the loaf of cornbread to go alongside it, a kid-friendly macaroni and cheese that’s ready in a snap, and a silkysmooth cheesecake that will be the envy of every home baker. 

This cookbook will tell you how to make those dishes and more. It includes seven chapters of recipes that range from globally inspired dishes to retro American classics with modern updates. You’ll also find how-to instructions for such staples as rice, beans, and broth, as well as directions for flavor-boosting add-ins to keep in the freezer for fast weeknight cooking from scratch. 

Once you are comfortable with all of the buttons on the Instant Pot, you’ll discover that using it is much like cooking in a pot on the stove. It has settings to sauté and brown (especially useful when starting soups, stews, and braises), to pressure steam (great for getting vegetables done fast), and even to make yogurt. Plus, once a dish has finished cooking, the Instant Pot will keep it warm for up to 10 hours.

I’ve done my best to include a broad array of recipes to please omnivores and vegetarians alike, as well as folks who are staying gluten-free or dairy-free. There are dishes for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and for luscious desserts and between-meal snacks. And I’ve tested every recipe in my own kitchen to make sure it is not only foolproof but also delicious. 

When I wrote these recipes, I wanted them to be both intuitive and easy to follow. To make sure I’ve delivered on that goal, I have included clear instructions at every step so you’ll never have to guess which button to press. Decoding the buttons is the main hurdle to learning how to use the Instant Pot, and I’ve eliminated that obstacle in this book. You’re bound to get the hang of things after making just a handful of dishes, and using the Instant Pot will soon be as second nature as stove-top cooking. 

CAJUN CHICKEN AND SAUSAGE JAMBALAYA

A filling one-pot rice dish with chunks of chicken thigh and slices of spicy andouille sausage, jambalaya is one of my husband’s favorite dishes. It’s easy to throw together for dinner, and I’m happy to make it often, especially when we’re tired of the usual soups and stews. If you like, add seeded and chopped bell pepper and/or celery with the onion. A bottle of hot sauce on the table is mandatory. Frank’s RedHot is my pairing of choice. 

serves 4

1 tablespoon avocado oil or other neutral oil with high smoke point
6 ounces andouille sausage (2 links), sliced
1 yellow onion, chopped
3 cloves garlic, chopped
1 cup long-grain white rice
1 bay leaf
1/2 teaspoon dried oregano
1/4 teaspoon freshly ground white pepper
1/4 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper
1/8 teaspoon cayenne pepper
1 1/2 cups low-sodium chicken broth
1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce
1 pound boneless, skinless chicken thighs (4 thighs), cut into 1-inch pieces

Select the Sauté setting on the Instant Pot and heat the oil. Add the sausage and cook, stirring occasionally, for about 5 minutes, until lightly browned. Add the onion and garlic and sauté for about 3 minutes, until slightly softened. Add the rice, bay leaf, and spices and sauté, stirring often, for 1 minute longer. 

Add the broth, Worcestershire sauce, and chicken and stir to combine, scraping down the sides of the pot to make sure all of the rice is covered with the cooking liquid. 

Secure the lid and set the pressure release to Sealing. Press the Cancel button to reset the cooking program, then select the Poultry setting and set the cooking time for 10 minutes at high pressure. 

Let the pressure release naturally for at least 10 minutes, then move the Pressure Release to Venting to release any remaining steam. Open the pot and serve the jambalaya immediately.

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Tom in Oregon
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
After returning a junk I.P. cookbook, I was leary of ordering another. This book is GOOD and the only one you will need!
Reviewed in the United States on September 26, 2017
This lady knows what she is talking about! Beautiful pictures, detailed instructions, hard back, quality print and reasons for performing an action. Also authorized by Instant Pot! Quite unlike the 550 recipe book I returned... See more
This lady knows what she is talking about! Beautiful pictures, detailed instructions, hard back, quality print and reasons for performing an action. Also authorized by Instant Pot!
Quite unlike the 550 recipe book I returned (https://www.amazon.com/Instant-Pot-CookBook-Delicious-Instructions/product-reviews/1976102316/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_hist_1?ie=UTF8&filterByStar=one_star&reviewerType=avp_only_reviews#reviews-filter-bar).

There is no reason to buy a cookbook with 550 recipes. It''s simple math, once you cook a few recipes, to convert any of your preferred recipes for Instant Pot. Coco Morante (the author of this (The Essentials I.P. Cookbook) gives you all the information you need to do this and use the I.P. to it''s fullest advantage. Seems like a lot of people are jumping on the I.P.''s popularity and printing books with only the numbers game as a goal. Coco did not do that. Her book supplements I.P.''s and is all you need to become proficient with your I.P. Thank you Coco
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which I especially like. This book is extremely thorough and has recipes ...
Reviewed in the United States on September 5, 2017
I have tried several Instant Pot cookbooks and I have found this one to have the most fullproof recipes, probably because it is “authorized by Instant Pot”, as it states on the cover. In the first pages the author, Coco Morante, tells you how to use your Instant Pot,... See more
I have tried several Instant Pot cookbooks and I have found this one to have the most fullproof recipes, probably because it is “authorized by Instant Pot”, as it states on the cover. In the first pages the author, Coco Morante, tells you how to use your Instant Pot, whether using the pre-programmed or manual settings. She also has a section on how to convert recipes for the Instant Pot. Almost every recipe comes with a full page, lovely photograph of that dish, which I especially like. This book is extremely thorough and has recipes for the pantry which I find very useful. For example, did you know that you can make yogurt with your IP? I never knew that! There are recipes for mayo, broths, applesauce, caramelized onions. There are separate chapters for breakfast, beans and grains, soups and chilis, poultry, beef and pork, vegetables and side dishes, pantry, and desserts. There’s also a really good recipe for Honey Tumeric Tonic which is great if you have the cold or the flu. I like how this book has very nutritious and healthy recipes along with several different ethnic foods such as borracho beans, Korean braised beef short ribs, Jamaican-style Rice and beans, Chana Masala, and Indian Inspired Okra and Cauliflower with Cucumber Yogurt Sauce. This is my “go to” Instant Pot cookbook for sure! I have really enjoyed making several of these recipes. The recipes are easy to follow and the author details everything you need to know for your IP for each recipe. So while I’m realtively new at using my IP, I have found her recipes easy to follow and understand. Tonight I’m going to make the chicken and dumplings soup! I highly recommend this book and give it 5 stars! There are recipes sure to please every appetite in this book, from down-south comfort food recipes to unique ethnic ones! Get more information about this book here. Find out more about the author, Coco Morante, here.
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Excellent recipes and thorough instructions make this an Instant Pot classic.
Reviewed in the United States on November 16, 2017
My Instant Pot was spending far more time up on a shelf than in use in my kitchen. I''d bought it on Prime Day (2016!) because I wanted to be one those cooks who loved and used an Instant Pot like no other, but after using it twice, it really looked as though that was not... See more
My Instant Pot was spending far more time up on a shelf than in use in my kitchen. I''d bought it on Prime Day (2016!) because I wanted to be one those cooks who loved and used an Instant Pot like no other, but after using it twice, it really looked as though that was not going to be in the cards for me.

That is, until I got this book. I don''t know what made me try it, but I''m so glad I did because I finally understand what the big fuss over the Instant Pot is all about!

So far, the recipes I''ve made from this cookbook have been winners. The instructions are very easy to follow - more so than several other Instant Pot recipes and books I''ve tried, so I really appreciate that. I have not yet figured out how to adapt my own recipes for cooking in the Instant Pot, but many of the recipes my family likes are included in this book, so I may never have to.

The introductory chapters in the book are very helpful to read, especially if you are new to multi cooker cooking. The author has a way of making the whole thing seem easy and not at all daunting, which will help put some previously unsuccessful pressure-cooker users at ease.

The dishes I tried:
— Turkey Chile Verde with Pinto Beans. What a great, super fast chile! The canned pinto beans come out as perfectly cooked as if they were made from dried beans - still firm on the outside but deliciously creamy on the inside. I will say that, after having made it twice already, the type of salsa you use is key to this dish. Thicker salsa makes thicker chile and thinner makes a chile with a more liquid broth. I happened to have a jar of Guy Fieri''s Salsa Verde in my fridge and although I''m not that crazy about it as straight up salsa, it really gave this chile some great body - more so than when I made it with the more standard salsa verde from Trader Joe''s. Instead of cilantro and shredded cheese, I had sour cream and shredded cheese as toppings and everyone fell in love with this recipe.
— Irish Beef and Root Vegetable Stew. Another really good dish, made Irish by the addition of a cup of Guinness Stout. I mean, really, what could go wrong? This was another winner.

I plan on making the Bone Broth on a regular basis.
Based on those two dishes, I am thinking of pretty much cooking my way through this book. That is if my family will stop asking for that Turkey Chile!

I think this book would be a good one for any Instant Pot user, from new to experienced.
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Florida Jo
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This is the best Instant Pot book I''ve seen. A winner!
Reviewed in the United States on January 15, 2018
I have two other Instant Pot cookbooks (did have another, but deleted it from my Kindle because it was garbage and recipes were incomplete). This one is the best of them all. Author gives lots of information about using the Instant Pot (my current favorite appliance; saying... See more
I have two other Instant Pot cookbooks (did have another, but deleted it from my Kindle because it was garbage and recipes were incomplete). This one is the best of them all. Author gives lots of information about using the Instant Pot (my current favorite appliance; saying a lot when there is a microwave oven in the room), as well as a bunch of interesting recipes. Probably the most valuable aspect of the book is the way Ms Morante helps the Instant Pot owner have the confidence to try their own recipes--either old favorites or new ideas.

Highly recommended--great value.
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Randy
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Should come with the Instant Pot
Reviewed in the United States on December 18, 2017
Great instructions for using your Instant Pot. I''ve made over 10 recipes from this book and every one has been amazing The brisket was better than restaurant quality! Get this book.
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Lori K.
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Great recipes, cheap book that falls apart.
Reviewed in the United States on January 13, 2018
We''ve tried several recipes from this book. We love the Instant Pot and I don''t know how I would have used it without this book. Our favorite so far is the "Italian Wedding Soup"! Oh my! SO GOOD! And everything is just so easy. Ingredients are easy to find and when... See more
We''ve tried several recipes from this book. We love the Instant Pot and I don''t know how I would have used it without this book. Our favorite so far is the "Italian Wedding Soup"! Oh my! SO GOOD! And everything is just so easy. Ingredients are easy to find and when we''ve had to adapt (chicken bouillon, instead of broth, or bacon instead of pancetta) things have been just fine! So happy we got this as beginners in the Instant Pot revolution!

Update: While we still love the Instant Pot, I''m really sad that my copy of this book is already falling apart. While it''s a hard cover, the pages are just glued like a cheap paperback and now they are falling out!
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G. Hansen
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As good as they all were
Reviewed in the United States on February 2, 2018
Looked at all the similar Instant Pot cookbooks and read all the reviews. As good as they all were, Coco Morante''s approach was far simpler, had great images and just felt more "homey." Those of you who have purchased Instant Pots know that they don''t come with... See more
Looked at all the similar Instant Pot cookbooks and read all the reviews. As good as they all were, Coco Morante''s approach was far simpler, had great images and just felt more "homey." Those of you who have purchased Instant Pots know that they don''t come with much in the way of even the most basic, general instructions..."The Essential Instant Pot Cookbook" takes care of that omission. Both my wife and I were very pleased when the package arrived; it was even better than we had hoped. Would definitely recommend for those whose eyes have glazed over after looking at 50 virtually identical Instant Pot recipe books.
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John in Michigan
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lots of recipes with unique ingredients
Reviewed in the United States on May 7, 2019
This book had a lot of recipes that I couldn''t make without trips to the store to pick up exotic (and possibly unobtainable) ingredients. Cremini mushrooms, cardamom, samal oelek, San Marzano tomatoes... come on! Flipping through the book, almost every recipe requires... See more
This book had a lot of recipes that I couldn''t make without trips to the store to pick up exotic (and possibly unobtainable) ingredients. Cremini mushrooms, cardamom, samal oelek, San Marzano tomatoes... come on! Flipping through the book, almost every recipe requires something I''ve never heard of and definitely don''t keep around. You don''t need this stuff to cook food for regular people. This should be called the "Impossible to use cookbook". It''s not essential for me.
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Raceral
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Worth The Money
Reviewed in Canada on March 28, 2018
I have bought a few instant pot books, that lets face it were lemons, people trying to get some quick recipes off onto a low quality book to make a buck. This is NOT one of them, this book has some very good recipes, lots of tips, recipies that actually taste good without...See more
I have bought a few instant pot books, that lets face it were lemons, people trying to get some quick recipes off onto a low quality book to make a buck. This is NOT one of them, this book has some very good recipes, lots of tips, recipies that actually taste good without needing to be modified. For me a good purchase.
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watchtheskies
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No recipies for fish or shellfish
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on December 30, 2019
I eat a lot of fish, and virtually no meat, so it was a big disappointment that not only are there no recipies using fish in this book, fish doesn’t even figure in the cooking timing charts. So I don’t recommend this book unless you’re a big meat eater.
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Lucy
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Great recipes
Reviewed in Canada on June 30, 2018
I really like this book. It has lots of great recipes with ingredients that are mostly found in an average kitchen. It does not have pictures for every recipe but all are well explained. And I also like that the author includes a foreword for all recipes and there are some...See more
I really like this book. It has lots of great recipes with ingredients that are mostly found in an average kitchen. It does not have pictures for every recipe but all are well explained. And I also like that the author includes a foreword for all recipes and there are some suggestions of substitutions if you don''t have a particular ingredient . Very happy with this purchase.
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Love having pictures in a recipe book
Reviewed in Canada on April 17, 2018
Love having pictures in a recipe book. I normally don''t buy recipe books but have decided to move towards more plant based diet, healthier eating. Instant pot allows for more diversification than steaming on stove top, rice cooker, etc. The book offers more insight and...See more
Love having pictures in a recipe book. I normally don''t buy recipe books but have decided to move towards more plant based diet, healthier eating. Instant pot allows for more diversification than steaming on stove top, rice cooker, etc. The book offers more insight and ideas at a quick review instead of constantly googling on internet.
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Got frustrated with cook times
Reviewed in Canada on January 2, 2019
We tried two recipes from this book. One turned out fine and was tasty. The other one said it would take 25 minutes, but it actually took 75. I wouldn''t normally be so frustrated, but it was our New Year''s eve dinner and we were on a tight schedule. Apparently when you use...See more
We tried two recipes from this book. One turned out fine and was tasty. The other one said it would take 25 minutes, but it actually took 75. I wouldn''t normally be so frustrated, but it was our New Year''s eve dinner and we were on a tight schedule. Apparently when you use the multigrain option, it has a 50 minute pre-soak period. I think this is a pretty substantial difference. While I understand I am still learning how to use the Instant Pot, I just feel like this could have been mentioned in the recipe: by the way, when we say 25 we actually mean 50+25. I have therefore decided to call my "Instant" Pot just "Pot" from now on, because there is nothing instant about it. Equally, I will only use this book when I have time for failure because I don''t trust it.
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Korean Braised Beef Short Ribs (Galbijjim)

I like to make galbijjim, the popular Korean comfort-food dish, with boneless beef short ribs. It’s less traditional than using bone-in ribs, but hey, so is cook¬ing the ribs in a pressure cooker! This recipe requires no browning step, since the sauce has plenty of deep flavor from the garlic, ginger, and soy sauce.

Recipe (serves 6 - 8)

Pat the ribs dry with paper towels. Cut crosswise into 3-inch pieces and add them to the Instant Pot.

In a blender or food processor, combine the onion, pear, garlic, ginger, brown sugar, mirin, and soy sauce and process until smooth. Pour the sauce over the short ribs and stir to coat evenly. Arrange the rib pieces in a single layer. Secure the lid and set the Pressure Release to Sealing. Select the Meat/Stew setting for 35 minutes at high pressure.

When the timer goes off, you can either perform a quick release by moving the Pressure Release to Venting, or you can let the pressure release naturally, then leave the ribs in the Instant Pot on the Keep Warm setting for up to 10 hours.

Open the pot and stir in the carrots and daikon. Secure the lid once again and set the Pressure Release to Sealing. Press the Cancel button to reset the cook¬ing program, then select the Manual program and set the cooking time for 3 minutes at high pressure. Perform a quick release by moving the Pressure Release to Venting. Open the pot and, using a slotted spoon, transfer the meat and vegetables to a serving dish and keep warm. Use a ladle or large spoon to skim the fat from the sauce.

In a bowl, stir together the cornstarch and water. Press the Cancel button to reset the cooking program, then select the Sauté setting. When the sauce comes to a simmer, stir in the cornstarch mixture and let it boil for 1 minute, until the sauce has thickened, then press the Cancel button to turn off the Instant Pot.

Spoon the thickened sauce over the meat and vegetables. Sprinkle the sesame seeds and green onions on top and serve.

  • 3 to 3½ pounds boneless beef short ribs
  • 1 yellow onion, cut into 1-inch pieces
  • 1 Asian or Bosc pear (about 6 ounces), peeled, quartered, and cored
  • 8 cloves garlic
  • 1-inch knob fresh ginger, peeled and chopped
  • 1 tablespoon brown sugar
  • ¼ cup mirin (sweet rice wine) or apple juice
  • ¼ cup soy sauce
  • 4 large carrots, peeled and cut into 1-inch pieces
  • 1 small daikon (about 1 pound), peeled and cut into 1-inch pieces
  • 1 tablespoon cornstarch or arrowroot powder
  • 1 tablespoon water
  • 1 tablespoon sesame seeds
  • 2 green onions, white and green parts, thinly sliced on the diagonal

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