Home cooks are in love with the Instant Pot, the multi-purpose pressure cooker that does the work of a slow cooker, pressure cooker, rice cooker, yogurt maker, sauté pan, steamer, and chafing dish all in one, saving time and hassle in the kitchen. This collection of 100 easy, creative, boundary-pushing recipes makes ultimate use of this amazing and increasingly popular appliance. Organized by function, the book offers instructions for mastering each, and variations on basic dishes from Chicken Soup to No-Stir Polenta to Sweet Yogurt.
“Dan Shumski truly understands the home cook: How to Instant Pot answered questions I didn't even know I had for an appliance I wasn't sure where to start with. [It] makes me feel like my funny BFF is right there in my sauce-spattered kitchen, talking me through every dish.” —Emily Wight, author of Well Fed, Flat Broke: Recipes for Modest Budgets and Messy Kitchens and Dutch Feast
“How to Instant Pot is everything you wish was in the Instant Pot manual, and so much more. This easy-to-read cookbook demystifies each preset on the Instant Pot and offers plenty of approachable yet sophisticated recipes for each function. How to Instant Pot is the key to making sure you get the most out of this versatile machine.” —Beth Moncel, author of Budget Bytes: Over 100 Easy, Delicious Recipes to Slash Your Grocery Bill in Half
“Daniel Shumski, the indisputable king of appliance cookbooks, has done it again with How to Instant Pot. Timely, ingenious, and thoroughly researched, with instructions so clear, your 8-year-old can execute the recipes with ease and panache. Dan’s wit and insightful tips spice up recipes that are innovative, flavorful, and practical. I’m jealous that I didn’t think of this idea!” —Raghavan Iyer, President, Board of Directors at IACP
“This is the book Instant Pot owners have been waiting for! In a perfect world, it would be tucked inside the box of every new Instant Pot.” —Christy Jordan, SouthernPlate.com
Daniel Shumski is a writer and editor who has hunted ramen in Tokyo for the Washington Post and tracked down ice cream in Buenos Aires for the Los Angeles Times. Between stints at the Chicago Sun-Times and the Chicago Tribune, he worked for a Midwestern heirloom apple orchard. His first book, Will It Waffle?: 53 Irresistible and Unexpected Recipes to Make in a Waffle Iron, won praise from the New York Times, People magazine, and Food52. He lives in Montreal, where his French is still a work in progress.