Milk Street Instant Pot: Bold, Fast, Fresh — A Revolution of Flavor in an Instant
The promise of any instant pot cookbook is that the recipes inside will be more than just delicious––they’ll be easy, and convenient, and life will be just a little bit better for having discovered them. Many instant pot recipes fail to deliver in one or more of these areas; they require too much advance preparation, include hard-to-find ingredients, or simply lack taste and verve. Fortunately, this cookbook stands out as a worthy addition to an instant pot recipe arsenal. Some of the recipes are perfectly serviceable, such as the Spiced Butternut Squash Soup; others will enter regular rotation, such as the Chicken Paprikash.
What makes this cookbook most appealing is its very premise: many of the recipes can be prepared fast, in the instant pot, or slow, using the instant pot’s slow-cooker function. Almost all the recipes include prep instructions up to a certain point and then offer a choice of fast or slow options to finish: whatever works best for a particular evening’s schedule. Other cookbooks offering this choice do exist, but the Milk Street recipes are some of the most reliable around.
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