Top Rated Pressure Cooker Recipes

12-Hour Roasted Baked Beans
Flavored with mustard, molasses, star anise, bacon, and chili, this luscious bean dish is so simple to prepare. All it requires is some unattended time in the oven, and voila, the rich results are so worth it! — Rashmi Primlani
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brazil
“There are various theories as to the origin of feijoada. Some believe it was created by African- Brazilians during colonial times using leftovers from animal parts; others believe the dish was inspired by European meat and bean stews; and still others say that feijoada first became popular in the favelas (shantytowns) of Rio. Today the origin of feijoada means little to most modern cariocas, but has become a habit on some Saturdays and a desperate craving on others.Saturdays in Rio were made for feijoada. Every Saturday, Hotel Caesar Park serves a stunning version, with various meats presented in many cauldrons, the clay pots that are just as characteristic of the dish as the dish itself, and which lend an earthy taste to the food. A feijoada includes everything your mother ever told you to trim from a piece of meat and move to the side of your plate. This is a dish of bold temptation and prompt surrender for carnivores. It’s hard to eat with much finesse around glistening pounds of pork butt, ham hocks, pig’s ears, and carne seca (dried meat). And that’s one of the things I love most about this dish: you can see into people’s inner personalities when they eat it.” -Chef Leticia Moreinos SchwartzRecipe excerpted from My Rio de Janeiro: A Cookbook by Chef Leticia Moreinos Schwartz. Click here to purchase your own copy. 
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Cauliflower and Chicken Makloubeh
Have you ever cooked upside down? Makloubeh (which translates literally into "upside down") is a famous Levantine one-pot rice, spice, and vegetable dish. You will find different variants of it throughout Syria, Jordan, Palestine, and Lebanon. The name makloubeh or upside down refers to the way this dish is served. You see, this dish is arranged and cooked in a pot and then it is flipped upside down to be served. This is my favorite version, cauliflower chicken makloubeh, but you can use eggplants or a combination of eggplant and cauliflower, and you can add potatoes, carrots, or even chickpeas. Experiment and try different combinations and see which ones you like best. Don’t like chicken? You can cook this using beef instead or skip the meat altogether and make it vegetarian.
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Ras el Hanout Braised Chicken Legs
Ras el hanout is a popular spice mix from North Africa. It is typically rubbed onto fish, meats, and vegetables. The spice blend serves a similar  purpose as garam masala in India, and can also be stirred into rice dishes for flavor. The spices are often blended by hand, and include cardamom, cinnamon, clove, cumin, nutmeg, mace, allspice, ginger, tumeric, chile powder, and fenugreek.Here the spice mixture is rubbed onto bone-in chicken legs before being browned in duck fat and butter, and braised in chicken stock and wine.This recipe is by Alex Xu of Baoism is shared courtesy of the SideChef app.
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Meatballs
Seasoned with traditional Moroccan spices like cumin and cinnamon, the meatballs soak up the gingery, smoky sauce. It’s a luscious combination for a weeknight dinner or an easy meal on the weekend. If you like, you can even make the meatballs a day or two in advance. The sauce is delicious by itself served with couscous or orzo, or tucked into pita bread. 
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Garlic Scape Fries
Here's another great french fry alternative made with garlic scapes, the intensely flavored shoots of garlic bulbs that only come around to farmers' markets once a year, sometime in late spring. If you've never cooked with garlic scapes before, here's a great recipe worth trying.
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Pulled Pork
Pulled pork barbecue is one of life’s simple pleasures — fork-tender meat bathed in barbecue sauce and served on a soft roll with a side of slaw. The idea of making pulled pork instead of buying it at your local BBQ joint may not have occurred to you. But pulled pork is so simple to make in your pressure cooker and it takes only forty-five minutes. The beauty of making it at home is that you can serve several different barbecue sauces to complement the meat. We love it Alabama style. 
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Spice-Rubbed Chicken
Jamaican spices are notoriously rich in flavor. Often it seems intimidating to try to recreate these flavors outside of a restaurant, but this recipe is quick, easy, and just as good as any restaurant. This recipes utilizes the “Sauté” and “Pressure Cook” functions of the Instant Pot, although you can make in any other multi-cooker. 35 Chicken Recipes for Busy Weeknights
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Risotto with Onion Cream, Smoked White Sauro, and Crispy Seaweed
Take a walk on the exotic side with this risotto with smoked white fish and fried seaweed. Sauro is a white fish similar to swordfish found in Italy; if you can’t find it, smoked swordfish is an acceptable substitute.
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butternut squash soup
Butternut Squash soup is a guaranteed winner in everybody’s household. This recipe has a hint of ginger which gives it a nice kick.Try Our Best Soup Recipes 
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Bacony Bread Pudding
Sweet and rich bread pudding gets a hit of savory flavor from bacon in this simple pressure cooker recipe. Recipe courtesy of The Great Big Pressure Cooker Book.
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Parsley Vinaigrette
I love bean salads with parsley. Parsley vinaigrette makes this simple salad of marinated white beans and tuna come to life. Crisp, tasty, and light, the salad makes a wonderful lunch salad or a small tapas sharing dish. If you want to really flex your cooking muscles, throw in some quick-cured lemons and you’ll be amazed at how this salad sings. Click here for the Preserved Tuna recipe. See all salad recipes. Click here to see Seamus Mullen Shares His Hero Food.
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