Maybe you have you heard about how wonderful the new Instant Pot is, or maybe NOT. I have had one for several months and I just love it. It takes 3 minutes to steam cauliflower (plus the time to get it to pressure) – or you can cook a roast until it’s nice and tender and breaks apart like it was cooked in a crock pot in 30 -60 minutes depending on the size, plus the time to get it to pressure.
There were more instant pot or pressure cooker recipes out there but the pictures of the finished recipe looked like nothing I’d ever want to eat. Seriously, don’t bloggers understand that if they want me to try to even look at their recipes they need to make them appetizing?
There are some interesting recipes here though. You might like to know how to make homemade yogurt in your instant pot or how to make bone broth in your instant pot (so much easier) or how to boil a bunch of eggs in like a minute.*Please note that most of the links on this page are affiliate links. This means if you click on a link and purchase, you will receive the same price, but I will receive a little money for referring you to the product. This helps keep this blog free for you. I truly appreciate you supporting my blog.
You may also like the Pressure Cooker Butter Chicken Recipe, and other great instant pot paleo chicken recipes. You might want to try the pressure cooker soup recipes, the pressure cooker meatballs recipe or the good looking paleo ribs recipes.
The instant pot really makes my meals easy and quick to make, I love it.
An instant pot can be intimidating especially if you don’t have a precise recipe like the ones below.
Below are two links to blog posts that can help you understand how an instant pot works and can help you learn how to adjust your favorite recipes so they will work good in an Instant Pot or pressure cooker.
If you would like to buy an instant pot you can find one to buy by clicking on this link below.
You may be interested in some of my other recipes:
Paleo Instant Pot Pressure Cooker Recipes
1. Instant Pot Thai Basil Clean Eating Curry Recipe – Clean Eating Recipes
This is one of the easiest recipes in the world to make if you have an Instant Pot. You literally put all of the ingredients in the Instant Pot, turn it on and come back thirty minutes later and dinner is ready. Way faster than a crock pot and the chicken is just as tender.
Pork Roast – Cauliflower – Onion – Celery – Portabello Mushrooms
Onion – Fennel Bulbs – Cauliflower – Coconut Milk – Broth
Chicken – Onions – Cinnamon Stick – Lemon Grass Stalk – Fish Sauce – Cilantro – Bok Choy – Daikon Root
Chuck Roasts – Beef Broth – Fish Sauce – Rosemary – Thyme – Parsnips – Carrots – Garlic
Chicken – Carrots – Celery – Onion – Garlic
Chuck Roast – Beef Broth – Portobello Mushrooms – Bell Peppers – Tomato Paste – Tomatoes
Chicken Thighs – Leek – Carrots – Zucchini – Summer Squash – Tomato – Asparagus – Spinach – Snap Peas – Bone Broth
Chicken Legs and Thighs – Cherry Tomatoes – Wine – Green Olives
Chicken Legs – Celery – Carrots – Parsnip – Rutabaga – Onion – Chicken Broth
Chuck Roast – Onions – Carrots – Celery – Arrowroot Starch
Coconut Cream – Priobiotics – Gelatin
Chicken – Parsley – Lemon – Chicken Broth
Lamb Shanks – Onion – Coconut Aminos – Fish Sauce – Bone Broth – Dried Figs
Salmon – Ghee – Lemon – Zucchini – Red Bell Pepper – Carrot