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With over 500,000 copies sold—enjoy 100+ easy, wholesome, customizable recipes offered in the #1 bestselling official Instant Pot® cookbook. There’s nothing the Instant Pot® can’t do—and with the right cookbook in hand, there’s nothing you can’t cook. The Instant Pot® Electric Pressure Cooker Cookbook will teach you to create a variety of healthy, easy-to-make recipes wit With over 500,000 copies sold—enjoy 100+ easy, wholesome, customizable recipes offered in the #1 bestselling official Instant Pot® cookbook. There’s nothing the Instant Pot® can’t do—and with the right cookbook in hand, there’s nothing you can’t cook. The Instant Pot® Electric Pressure Cooker Cookbook will teach you to create a variety of healthy, easy-to-make recipes with confidence. From savory breakfasts and hearty stews to decadent desserts and more, this Instant Pot® cookbook is sure to satisfy everyone at the table.In the pages of this bestselling Instant Pot® cookbook you’ll find: 100+ no-fuss meals with options for vegetarian, gluten-free, and Paleo-friendly diets Low-maintenance recipe guidelines including pressure levels and cooking times Handy prep-time labels that specify meals that cook in 20 minutes or longer (45+ minutes), as well as kid-friendly dishes Perfect for beginners or long-time enthusiasts, this Instant Pot® cookbook is your A-Z guide for all things Instant Pot®."For this busy mom, [the Instant Pot] was like learning to cook all over again…until I got this Instant Pot cookbook. Whether you are new to the Instant Pot or you are a pressure-cooker pro, this Instant Pot cookbook needs to be in your kitchen!" —Julie Clark, Tastes of Lizzy T blog“This Instant Pot cookbook has everything you need to know to use your Instant Pot…I highly recommend [it], It has been the best purchase I made since getting my Instant Pot.” ―LMFerron, Amazon Top 500 Reviewer


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With over 500,000 copies sold—enjoy 100+ easy, wholesome, customizable recipes offered in the #1 bestselling official Instant Pot® cookbook. There’s nothing the Instant Pot® can’t do—and with the right cookbook in hand, there’s nothing you can’t cook. The Instant Pot® Electric Pressure Cooker Cookbook will teach you to create a variety of healthy, easy-to-make recipes wit With over 500,000 copies sold—enjoy 100+ easy, wholesome, customizable recipes offered in the #1 bestselling official Instant Pot® cookbook. There’s nothing the Instant Pot® can’t do—and with the right cookbook in hand, there’s nothing you can’t cook. The Instant Pot® Electric Pressure Cooker Cookbook will teach you to create a variety of healthy, easy-to-make recipes with confidence. From savory breakfasts and hearty stews to decadent desserts and more, this Instant Pot® cookbook is sure to satisfy everyone at the table.In the pages of this bestselling Instant Pot® cookbook you’ll find: 100+ no-fuss meals with options for vegetarian, gluten-free, and Paleo-friendly diets Low-maintenance recipe guidelines including pressure levels and cooking times Handy prep-time labels that specify meals that cook in 20 minutes or longer (45+ minutes), as well as kid-friendly dishes Perfect for beginners or long-time enthusiasts, this Instant Pot® cookbook is your A-Z guide for all things Instant Pot®."For this busy mom, [the Instant Pot] was like learning to cook all over again…until I got this Instant Pot cookbook. Whether you are new to the Instant Pot or you are a pressure-cooker pro, this Instant Pot cookbook needs to be in your kitchen!" —Julie Clark, Tastes of Lizzy T blog“This Instant Pot cookbook has everything you need to know to use your Instant Pot…I highly recommend [it], It has been the best purchase I made since getting my Instant Pot.” ―LMFerron, Amazon Top 500 Reviewer

30 review for Instant Pot Electric Pressure Cooker Cookbook: Easy Recipes for Fast & Healthy Meals

  1. 5 out of 5

    ValerieC

    I recently got an Instant Pot to replace my Breville that was one of the first electric pressure cookers on the market, but it's more than 10 years old and the control panel was very hard to see. I like the idea of preset buttons, and God knows there are a bazillion IP fans out there on Facebook and Pinterest, so recipes are easy to come by now. Even with my small amount of experience with an electric pressure cooker, I haven't made anything in my very few attempts that actually worked out, exce I recently got an Instant Pot to replace my Breville that was one of the first electric pressure cookers on the market, but it's more than 10 years old and the control panel was very hard to see. I like the idea of preset buttons, and God knows there are a bazillion IP fans out there on Facebook and Pinterest, so recipes are easy to come by now. Even with my small amount of experience with an electric pressure cooker, I haven't made anything in my very few attempts that actually worked out, except beef stew was edible one time. This book has 18 pages of good basic operating directions in the front of the book, so that's helpful. There are good helpful hints. There aren't more than a few recipes that caught my interest... just not my taste, but there is a good selection. There is a good standard Index at the back of the book. The value of the book to me is the times to cook different types of things because if you know how long to cook something in a pressure cooker, you can wing it from there. This book has a lot of charts for this, which makes it worth the book price just for that. I rarely used my first electric pressure cooker because there weren't many recipe sources for these machines then and the one recipe book I did have had everything turning out undercooked or overcooked (like pot roast that tasted like boiled meat, ugh!) because it wasn't specific to an electric pressure cooker, which I didn't know made a difference. I just like to read cookbooks even though I don't love to cook, so since then I've collected several other pressure cooker cookbooks, too. Overall, this one is a great basic resource. Anyway, I've obsessed about this cooker for well over a year, finally bought one two weeks ago (with all sorts of accompanying accessories) just so that I could quit worrying about it, and... it's still in the box. (The fam is going out of town this weekend and I'm resolved to make something - probably a cheese cake).

  2. 4 out of 5

    Alissa

    The three stars is for the lack of pictures. If you're making a cookbook, put pictures of every recipe in it. Period. I don't even need them with the recipe, put pictures together at the end of the book, but please, put in pictures! Otherwise: the variety was nice, the pressure cooker tips were nice, and it was well organized. Overall, this is a pretty good collection of recipes. I tend to be picky about cookbooks, but the ratio of recipes I would be interested in trying from this one is probabl The three stars is for the lack of pictures. If you're making a cookbook, put pictures of every recipe in it. Period. I don't even need them with the recipe, put pictures together at the end of the book, but please, put in pictures! Otherwise: the variety was nice, the pressure cooker tips were nice, and it was well organized. Overall, this is a pretty good collection of recipes. I tend to be picky about cookbooks, but the ratio of recipes I would be interested in trying from this one is probably close to half--that's high. There are several that I think might make it into a regular rotation at my house--assuming they taste as good as they look like they will. As an Instant Pot newbie, I'm grateful for a place to start that appears so appetizing. I'm glad I bought it, and I'm trying my first recipe tonight.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Dawn Stahl

    Like half of America, I recently got an Instant Pot pressure cooker and am ready and willing to fall in love with it. So far, I'm in moderate like, not love, but this cookbook may push me over into a solid infatuation. The subtitle seems to promise too much — "Easy Recipes for Fast and Healthy Meals" — but, so far, it seems to be delivering. I like the balance of recipes, which are organized into breakfast; vegetables; beans and grains; soups, stews, and chilies; seafood and poultry; beef, lamb, Like half of America, I recently got an Instant Pot pressure cooker and am ready and willing to fall in love with it. So far, I'm in moderate like, not love, but this cookbook may push me over into a solid infatuation. The subtitle seems to promise too much — "Easy Recipes for Fast and Healthy Meals" — but, so far, it seems to be delivering. I like the balance of recipes, which are organized into breakfast; vegetables; beans and grains; soups, stews, and chilies; seafood and poultry; beef, lamb, and pork; dessert; and stocks and sauces. The variety within each category is pretty good, too, covering traditional American fare (chili, pot roast, cheese grits, apple dumplings, etc.) as well as several ethnic dishes (lamb curry, tabbouleh, fried rice, Thai-style corn chowder, pho, matzo ball soup, etc.). Two things I really appreciate: 1) Each recipe gives prep time, time under pressure, and TOTAL time, plus nutrition info per serving. 2) The end matter includes general pressure-cooking time charts, general cooking conversion tables, the list of the "dirty dozen" and the "clean fifteen," and a resources list that actually gives other helpful resources (www.InstantPot.com, www.HipPressureCooking.com, www.PressureCookingToday.com, etc.) and isn't just a place to promote other books or sites by the author. Two things I'm not a fan of: 1) Stock photos instead of shots of the actual dishes. 2) The number of recipes that require a small (6- or 7-inch diameter, or whatever fits in your cooker) baking dish used inside the pressure cooker. Unless you really don't want to heat up your oven, the very small amount of total time saved doesn't seem worth the hassle. Plus, many of them are relatively easy breakfast dishes (strata, frittata, french toast bake, etc.) that suddenly seem too complicated for this not-a-morning person once the pressure cooker is involved. I can maybe see an occasion for making individual desserts in ramekins in the pressure cooker, but I don't anticipate ever making a medium-size baked dessert or casserole-style dish or breakfast bake in it. Those beans, grains, soups, stews, roasts, and stocks, however — I'm ready to fall in love with those.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Donna Ware

    Fabulous recipes Used pressure cooker during childhood. Never used one after married. Really fastest, easiest, stress free, economical way of cooking. So happy to read these recipes to learn the joy of cooking that awaits me when my instant pot arrives. Don't know which recipe to try first!!!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Candy

    Truly the Instant Pot Bible! More than just fabulous recipes. Helpful information about the parts of the pot, the presets and what they're used for, conversion charts and more. Once you have this book, you won't need any other. I have several other Instant Pot books, none can compare or come close to this book. I recommend this book very highly and I never write reviews.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Letty

    Great for a beginner Insightful and great for a beginner. Easy to navigate. However, not enough photos for my liking, only the chapter introduction has a photo.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Greymalkin

    Nice ideas with flavors that I don't usually see in pressure cooker cookbooks.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Lori

    A few good recipes, but the others are odd combinations. Overall, the ingredients are something you would have in your kitchen already (with a few exceptions, of course). If you have an adventurous palette, then this is for you. If you want ordinary, everyday meals, then look for something else.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Susan Kendrick

    Helpful when it comes to the ins and outs of the IP, but few of these recipes look like something my family would enjoy.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Laurie

    I just bought an Instantpot and wanted a good introduction with solid healthy recipes. This did the trick.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Ann Marie

    First let me say, I don't own an Instant Pot. I bought this cookbook in an effort to understand the hype. It turns out, this is an excellent cookbook even if you don't own one. All the food represented was real food, cooked with time tested methods in a new age way. I'm still not sure I'll buy an Instant Pot but I will try some of these recipes as the author makes it easy to think about how to make these recipes without one.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Roberta

    Great recipes...I wish there were more pictures.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Wulfwyn

    I got an Instant Pot for Christmas and excitedly picked up several cookbooks for it. This was one of them. I am so happy I chose this book! A good description of the Instant Pot and how to use/care for it starts the book off. The recipes are easy to follow. The ingredients are everyday ones for the most part. The author includes tips and variations with the recipes. Another thing I appreciated is the recipes contain some nutritional information, including carb counts. My dad is a diabetic so car I got an Instant Pot for Christmas and excitedly picked up several cookbooks for it. This was one of them. I am so happy I chose this book! A good description of the Instant Pot and how to use/care for it starts the book off. The recipes are easy to follow. The ingredients are everyday ones for the most part. The author includes tips and variations with the recipes. Another thing I appreciated is the recipes contain some nutritional information, including carb counts. My dad is a diabetic so carb counts are important in my house. The actual only drawback is there are no pictures of the recipes. I do like to see how my meal looks in comparison to how it is supposed to look. Sometimes they match, sometimes I am left determined that next time it will look like the picture. Haha. So while not having pictures does not affect the ease of following the recipe, it does take out the comparison fun. For someone new to the Instant Pot, I would definitely recommend this book. Inexperienced cooks and those new to pressure or instant cooking will be able to easily follow the recipes. I would recommend they take the time to read through the description, use and care of the Instant Pot before diving into the recipes. I found a lot of helpful advice, and even highlighted things I need to remember, in this section of the book. Vegetarians may find some recipes in here but would probably be better with a book that is directed towards their diet. They might want to borrow this book to read over the helpful advice though.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Deena

    This is a pretty good cookbook for IP users. I've tried many of the recipes and all of them, save one, were successes. My only criticisms would be the lack of photos that others have mentioned, and also there are some recipes where they call for you to remove things from the pot in order to saute other ingredients but then never tell you when to add back that first ingredient (Beans, Sausage, and Greens recipe comes to mind immediately, but I think there was at least one more with the same issue This is a pretty good cookbook for IP users. I've tried many of the recipes and all of them, save one, were successes. My only criticisms would be the lack of photos that others have mentioned, and also there are some recipes where they call for you to remove things from the pot in order to saute other ingredients but then never tell you when to add back that first ingredient (Beans, Sausage, and Greens recipe comes to mind immediately, but I think there was at least one more with the same issue). Overall, definitely worth the purchase.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Thomas Delane

    Some info on the Ipot and cook times Weird recipes. Not many American foods. The author must be a refugee from Europe or a veggie hippy dippy. Needs to spend time in cooking an American diner. Overall dont waste your money.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Dorla Dixon

    New to pressure cooking Skimmed the book and I'm ready to try several of the recipes. I'm new to pressure cooking. This book offers easy to follow instructions.

  17. 4 out of 5

    zuheila

    Love instant pot cooking I love trying new recipes and this book has definitely help me try new delicious dishes. I do not eat out as much any more quick easy and delicious

  18. 4 out of 5

    Jeanette Hurrelbrink

    A good instruction cookbook for a new product. Not sure I will use thy type of recipes found in the book. Breakfast entries look good.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Stephani Austin

    Several helpful recipes, especially helpful for a pressure cooking beginner.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Ash

    Way too many meat recipes :( But just wanted to cookbook for Instant Pot. I got rid of this book once I found a good vegan book.

  21. 4 out of 5

    PoligirlReads

    Just okay. I wouldn't recommend this book for the recipes, but it was a useful resource for becoming more familiar with the capabilities of the Instant Pot (IP). This cookbook suffers from a distinct lack of pictures. This is the 21st century. I expect my cookbooks to have pictures, and lots of 'em. So that was a major reductor of stars. The other issue is that many of the recipes quite frankly do not sound particularly exciting or appetizing, or they required additional equipment other than the Just okay. I wouldn't recommend this book for the recipes, but it was a useful resource for becoming more familiar with the capabilities of the Instant Pot (IP). This cookbook suffers from a distinct lack of pictures. This is the 21st century. I expect my cookbooks to have pictures, and lots of 'em. So that was a major reductor of stars. The other issue is that many of the recipes quite frankly do not sound particularly exciting or appetizing, or they required additional equipment other than the IP. I was really unimpressed with her jam/marmalade/butter recipes. While there aren't many recipes in here that I'd actually like to try (quite possibly because I can't see any pictures of the end result), the two stars remain because Randolph has given me useful cooking time instructions. For example, while I wasn't into her spaghetti squash recipe, I now know how long to cook a spaghetti squash in the IP. I made delicious ribs not using her recipe, but by using her recommended cooking times. That was very handy, but I can't imagine buying this book for that reason, especially because there are now other IP cookbooks out there.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Suzanne (Doppleganger)

    1. This book claims to be for the Instant Pot, which is known for having settings for rice, beans, soup, poultry, etc. Yet every single recipe tells you to use the manual setting. Not one use of the features and settings unique to the Instant Pot. I could have bought any pressure cooker cookbook. 2. Teriyaki Pork Loin turned out great. 3. Spiced Coconut Chicken and Rice: Cooking the bone-in, skin-on chicken thighs in the sauce made the sauce greasy. The recipe has you remove the chicken from the b 1. This book claims to be for the Instant Pot, which is known for having settings for rice, beans, soup, poultry, etc. Yet every single recipe tells you to use the manual setting. Not one use of the features and settings unique to the Instant Pot. I could have bought any pressure cooker cookbook. 2. Teriyaki Pork Loin turned out great. 3. Spiced Coconut Chicken and Rice: Cooking the bone-in, skin-on chicken thighs in the sauce made the sauce greasy. The recipe has you remove the chicken from the bones while the rice is cooking....but at this point the chicken is going to he too hot to handle. Recipe claims to take a total of 45 minutes, but waiting for chicken to cool made it more like 1 hr 30 min. 4. Chicken and Dumplings: Same issues with the chicken thighs as with #2. Recipe claims to take 55 minutes, but in reality took over 2 hours. I could have done better and quicker using traditional stove top methods.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Nadine

    I was debating on whether I would want a pressure cooker so I was pleased to get this book from the member giveaway on Librarything. It convinced me to buy one as the beginning clearly tells you what you can do and I had no idea I could sauté and slow cook in it as well. There are good chapter divisions for types of food and the recipes are clearly and logically written along with what pressure level and type of release to use. I will not buy or keep any cookbook which does not list by recipe na I was debating on whether I would want a pressure cooker so I was pleased to get this book from the member giveaway on Librarything. It convinced me to buy one as the beginning clearly tells you what you can do and I had no idea I could sauté and slow cook in it as well. There are good chapter divisions for types of food and the recipes are clearly and logically written along with what pressure level and type of release to use. I will not buy or keep any cookbook which does not list by recipe name and main ingredient. This book has the two in separate indexes along with urls for the manual and more recipes. I'm picky on what cookbooks to keep on paper or on a computer and this one is a keeper and if I reference it a lot, I'll buy a paper copy.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Robert

    Excellent, simple and tasty recipes that will teach you how to use an electric pressure cooker. I too had a conventional stove top pressure cooker that was a challenge to gauge the amount of pressure to use. These new electric pressure cookers take all that guesswork away. This book has an excellent introduction to explain the basics of the Instant Pot controls as well as handly reference tables for easy quick instructions on cooking beans, oatmeals, meats and fish. The recipes are excellent and Excellent, simple and tasty recipes that will teach you how to use an electric pressure cooker. I too had a conventional stove top pressure cooker that was a challenge to gauge the amount of pressure to use. These new electric pressure cookers take all that guesswork away. This book has an excellent introduction to explain the basics of the Instant Pot controls as well as handly reference tables for easy quick instructions on cooking beans, oatmeals, meats and fish. The recipes are excellent and are already among my family's favorites. This book is an excellent buy and companion to anyone new to the Instant Pot (Electric Pressure Cooker) CRAZE!!

  25. 5 out of 5

    Heidi Kirsch

    I do appreciate the educational bits in the beginning. I didn't think my cooker came with enough info. There is a good range of recipes but personally its not like Joy of Cooking or an everyday, all around cookbook. I have the Kindle version so don't know if its the same for print edition but one recipe runs into another. Instead of having its own page, or even clearly delineated title, one recipe sort of bleeds into the next. And not many photos at all. You can give me a recipe name and ingredi I do appreciate the educational bits in the beginning. I didn't think my cooker came with enough info. There is a good range of recipes but personally its not like Joy of Cooking or an everyday, all around cookbook. I have the Kindle version so don't know if its the same for print edition but one recipe runs into another. Instead of having its own page, or even clearly delineated title, one recipe sort of bleeds into the next. And not many photos at all. You can give me a recipe name and ingredients but it's the photo of how it should look that's the clincher. I don't regret buying it, it's just not the first cookbook I pick up.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Koren

    This was recommended to me because it contained NORMAL food and NORMAL recipes. It is so nice to finally have a resource for my Instant Pot! I appreciate the section at the beginning with the Do's and Don'ts of electric pressure cooking. I already have a list of recipes to make. I think several of these recipes could be easily modified for allergies/intolerances, but many recipes were flagged for special dietary needs (such as gluten free or vegetarian). I purchased the Kindle version and I also This was recommended to me because it contained NORMAL food and NORMAL recipes. It is so nice to finally have a resource for my Instant Pot! I appreciate the section at the beginning with the Do's and Don'ts of electric pressure cooking. I already have a list of recipes to make. I think several of these recipes could be easily modified for allergies/intolerances, but many recipes were flagged for special dietary needs (such as gluten free or vegetarian). I purchased the Kindle version and I also love how I can click on the recipe from the content page and it goes right to it!

  27. 5 out of 5

    Sunni

    We received this with our Instant Pot. We have found it very helpful as we learned all of the things that our Instant Pot can do. It has some good recipes, and for Instant Pot beginners it helps build a foundation of knowledge. There aren't many recipes that I can say were memorable, but of those I tried, none were bad. I would love to see more pictures, especially as we learned what to do and expect, but this book didn't have as many as I usually associate with a good cook book. Not a bad cook We received this with our Instant Pot. We have found it very helpful as we learned all of the things that our Instant Pot can do. It has some good recipes, and for Instant Pot beginners it helps build a foundation of knowledge. There aren't many recipes that I can say were memorable, but of those I tried, none were bad. I would love to see more pictures, especially as we learned what to do and expect, but this book didn't have as many as I usually associate with a good cook book. Not a bad cook book, but there are probably better ones out there.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Valerie

    I love my Instant Pot so far, but it is not intuitive to use. So I want cookbooks that walk me through, nay, that hold my hand as I uncertainly steam pressure sundry meats and legumes. I got this cookbook for very cheap and it's pretty clear why - not many recipes within, and the instructions are sorely lacking in instruction: ex. "Select Manual and cook at high pressure for 10 minutes." The part about adjusting your steam valve is left out. Other cookbook authors helpfully point out that you mu I love my Instant Pot so far, but it is not intuitive to use. So I want cookbooks that walk me through, nay, that hold my hand as I uncertainly steam pressure sundry meats and legumes. I got this cookbook for very cheap and it's pretty clear why - not many recipes within, and the instructions are sorely lacking in instruction: ex. "Select Manual and cook at high pressure for 10 minutes." The part about adjusting your steam valve is left out. Other cookbook authors helpfully point out that you must do this, because otherwise your food won't cook. Seems important.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Marjie Johnson

    Instant Pot is easy. I chose 5 stars because this Instant Pot cookbook really explains all possible times, techniques and safety details in an easy way that is simple and covers all the bases. I recently got an 11 methods Electric pressure cooker. It is very important that you read and re-read the methods and all procedures to cook a quick and delicious meal. This cookbook is easy to understand and I would highly recommend it.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Kandy Kappler

    Yes! Fina!!y an eBook for the Instant pot that is great. Good variety in the recipes, no typographical errors and a pleasure to use. So many of the Instant Pot ebooks have a language barrier, huge mistakes using a stovetop pressure cooker even though it is about the Instant Pot. Some have been for the IP with only the slow cooker feature being used. This book has thought put into it. Thank you Laurel Randolph.

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