Top 20 “REALLY GOOD” Pressure Cooker Recipes

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Top 20 “REALLY GOOD” Pressure Cooker Recipes

Top 20 "REALLY GOOD" Pressure Cooker Recipes

I’ve seen and tried so many pressure cooker recipes that I decided to do a round up of my favorites!

If you don’t own a pressure cooker yet, I highly recommend the Instant Pot DUO 7 in 1 multi-functional Pressure Cooker model.  I have a family of four and there hasn’t been anything I can’t make in this cooker due to it’s size.  If you have a larger family, I might suggest the 8 quart Instant Pot DUO instead.   I like the DUO model because it has the yogurt function and the removable cord for easy storing.  Other than that, most of them are the same.


Here are a few of my favorite Pressure Cooker Recipes: 

Honey BBQ Wings made in the pressure cooker

Pressure Cooker Meatloaf Recipe

Rotisserie Chicken Pressure Cooker Recipe

Pressure Cooker Chicken Noodle Soup Recipe

Pressure Cooker Recipe for Mexican Rice

Pressure Cooker Stuffed Cabbage Rolls

Perfect Pot Roast made in the Pressure Cooker

Instant Pot Salsa

Homemade Pressure Cooker Applesauce

Easy Mac & Cheese made in the Pressure Cooker

3 Ingredient Japanese Cheesecake Recipe made in the Pressure Cooker

Dulce de Leche made in the Pressure Cooker

Chocolate Peanut Butter Cheesecake Recipe

Chicken Alfredo Pasta made in the Pressure Cooker

Instant Pot Chicken and Stuffing Recipe

Perfect Hard Boiled Eggs made in an Electric Pressure Cooker

Home Sushi Rolls with Everything Bagel Seasoning (rice made in the pressure cooker)

Instant Pot Crack Chicken

Instant Pot General Tso’s Chicken

Instant Pot Chicken Cordon Blue Casserole

Instant Pot Caramel Flan Recipe


Pressure Cooker Must Have Accessories:

For just under $3 you will find this Stainless Steel Steamer Rack very helpful.  This 8.5 inch diameter fits perfectly into both units!

I also have the Norpro Stainless Steal Vegetable Steamer too.  I had this steamer way before owning a pressure cooker.  I find this one to be extremely helpful when you want to stack different foods in your pressure cooker!  It folds out big enough to touch the sides which is perfect for separating foods.

Another option is the OXO Good Grips Silicone Steamer.  This is flexible and it has handles so you can easily pull it out of the steamer when it’s done.

A beginners pressure cooker cookbook I started out with was Bob Warren’s Ultimate Pressure Cooker Recipes.  It’s a really good basic cookbook that allows you to get started with cooking times and such.


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Top 20 Really Good Pressure Cooker Recipes

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