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The Ultimate Instant Pot Cookbook with 800 Recipes for Beginners & Advanced Users Do you want to make an effortless progress in your kitchen regardless of the occasion? Do you want to save time cooking healthy meals on any budget? In this Instant pot cookbook you will find: Simple and quick solutions as to how to use your Instant Pot effectively The Ultimate Instant Pot Cookbook with 800 Recipes for Beginners & Advanced Users Do you want to make an effortless progress in your kitchen regardless of the occasion? Do you want to save time cooking healthy meals on any budget? In this Instant pot cookbook you will find: Simple and quick solutions as to how to use your Instant Pot effectively Easy-to-cook and delicious-to-taste instant pot recipes Improved techniques on how to cook in the most efficient way using the Instant Pot Thanks to this great cooking device, the Instant Pot, cooking quick and budget-friendly meals is easier than ever. No matter if you're a solo eater, or if you cook for the whole family or friends - you'll always find dozens of recipes to satisfy everyone.  In this instant pot book you will find 800 recipes in these categories: Brunch & Side Dishes to die for Easy Pasta and Rice recipes  Something for Fish & Seafood lovers  Tons of tasty Pork, Beef, Lamb and Poultry recipes Beans & Grains recipes for quick meals Effortless Soups, Stews & Chilis Vegetables & Vegetarian Dishes Delicious Snacks & Appetizers Quick-to-prepare Desserts Finally there's your All-on-one Instant Pot cookbook, for any occasion for any guest for any budget! 


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The Ultimate Instant Pot Cookbook with 800 Recipes for Beginners & Advanced Users Do you want to make an effortless progress in your kitchen regardless of the occasion? Do you want to save time cooking healthy meals on any budget? In this Instant pot cookbook you will find: Simple and quick solutions as to how to use your Instant Pot effectively The Ultimate Instant Pot Cookbook with 800 Recipes for Beginners & Advanced Users Do you want to make an effortless progress in your kitchen regardless of the occasion? Do you want to save time cooking healthy meals on any budget? In this Instant pot cookbook you will find: Simple and quick solutions as to how to use your Instant Pot effectively Easy-to-cook and delicious-to-taste instant pot recipes Improved techniques on how to cook in the most efficient way using the Instant Pot Thanks to this great cooking device, the Instant Pot, cooking quick and budget-friendly meals is easier than ever. No matter if you're a solo eater, or if you cook for the whole family or friends - you'll always find dozens of recipes to satisfy everyone.  In this instant pot book you will find 800 recipes in these categories: Brunch & Side Dishes to die for Easy Pasta and Rice recipes  Something for Fish & Seafood lovers  Tons of tasty Pork, Beef, Lamb and Poultry recipes Beans & Grains recipes for quick meals Effortless Soups, Stews & Chilis Vegetables & Vegetarian Dishes Delicious Snacks & Appetizers Quick-to-prepare Desserts Finally there's your All-on-one Instant Pot cookbook, for any occasion for any guest for any budget! 

57 review for The Ultimate Instant Pot cookbook: Foolproof, Quick & Easy 800 Instant Pot Recipes for Beginners and Advanced Users (Instant Pot coobkook)

  1. 5 out of 5

    L. Davis

    There are so many recipes that it’s going to take me years to try them all. I can’t wait. Early on in the book, the author reminds you to forget about being a perfect cook and to experiment and have fun. Even before I got into exploring the recipes, that line put me in the right frame of mind to choose a dish and try it out. Everything is so easy to read and the Instant Pot-specific instructions make this one superior to cookbooks with recipes I have to adapt. I love how easy the instructions ar There are so many recipes that it’s going to take me years to try them all. I can’t wait. Early on in the book, the author reminds you to forget about being a perfect cook and to experiment and have fun. Even before I got into exploring the recipes, that line put me in the right frame of mind to choose a dish and try it out. Everything is so easy to read and the Instant Pot-specific instructions make this one superior to cookbooks with recipes I have to adapt. I love how easy the instructions are to follow and that every recipe says how many it serves—so it can be adjusted according to how many you’re feeding. I also love the variety of recipes. There’s something in here for everyone, for any occasion, no matter their tastes or dietary restrictions or mood. I think a few of these dishes are going to be crowd favorites when I start cooking for friends and extended family again, and I’m really excited about that. This is a fantastic addition to my cookbook shelf and I am so glad I have it!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Trisha Smith

    I love cooking and am always looking for new cookbooks to give me more inspiration. And I LOVE my pressure cooker. I use it at least once a week, if not more often, and have felt my tried and true recipes are getting old. I needed new ideas so was thrilled to try this cookbook out. The recipes are easy to follow, well written, and I didn't notice grammatical or mechanics errors. For nearly every recipe, the ingredients were things that are simple to find (even in these tough times of COVID short I love cooking and am always looking for new cookbooks to give me more inspiration. And I LOVE my pressure cooker. I use it at least once a week, if not more often, and have felt my tried and true recipes are getting old. I needed new ideas so was thrilled to try this cookbook out. The recipes are easy to follow, well written, and I didn't notice grammatical or mechanics errors. For nearly every recipe, the ingredients were things that are simple to find (even in these tough times of COVID shortages) or items I already had on hand in my home. And the few I have tried so far have been great. The kids have eaten them (2 of my 3 are extremely picky eaters, so finding things they like is near impossible most nights) and my husband has plenty of leftovers for work the next day. The only downfalls that I saw with this cookbook.... - The intro says there are 800 recipes in the collection, but some are simple things like making hardboiled eggs, which I do not consider a "recipe" in any way. Others are repeated. I saw a few recipes that were in multiple sections of the book. The recipes are all numbered (so number 800 is Caramel-Walnut Brownies), so I didn't have to sit and count the recipes to determine how many there were, but with the repeats, there are not 800. - Being a Kindle edition, there were no pictures included. So much of what we do in today's world is visually based. I find it inspiring to see what the final outcome should look like. I realize that there is no way to include a picture for EVERY recipe, but I do appreciate having some visual appeal to cookbooks for inspiration, guidance, and to break up the overall white space on each page. I have seen other Kindle books where there are images included, but am not sure how much it adds to the overall file size and if that was the reason images were left out, or if they simply were not taken. - Creator credits - I did not see any indication of who created the recipes. I always assume the author of the book who compiled it was the person who created the recipes, but there is not indication in this collection as to whether the author created them or simply compiled a group of favorite recipes that were then converted to insta-pot recipes. - Nutritional information was not included. Being one who is trying to be more health conscious and who has a teenager who is learning how to cook healthy meals for himself as he prepares for life on his own soon, we go over the nutritional information in most recipes. I would have liked to have known the calories, carbs, etc. per portion. It tells you how many servings the recipe gives you, but nothing more. I would appreciate seeing full nutritional values so that I can better determine what to make for my family or where I might feel it best to substitute something else. There are plenty of apps that can give you full nutrional information if you input your recipe, so though it might have taken a little more work from the author, it would have made for a much more informative, beneficial cookbook overall. But overall this is a nice collection of recipes that can be used with any pressure cooker. Though it is written specifically for Insta-pot users, I have had no problem figuring out how to use them with my off brand pressure cooker and have found success. Definitely a good starting point for someone new to pressure cooking. I would have given this a 5 star rating had there been just a little more information.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Joy

    Disappointing. Too many recipes are without full directions so you must guess how to make them. Examples: Top of page 19: Baked Eggs and Green beans. Green beans are listed as ingredients but not mentioned in the directions in my book. Are they added in with leeks, bell pepper and garlic or later when the tomatoes and kale are added? Middle of page 22: Colombian-Style Red Bean & Corn Bean Dip Red beans are listed in ingredients but not in directions. Are the red beans already cooked or dry? Are they Disappointing. Too many recipes are without full directions so you must guess how to make them. Examples: Top of page 19: Baked Eggs and Green beans. Green beans are listed as ingredients but not mentioned in the directions in my book. Are they added in with leeks, bell pepper and garlic or later when the tomatoes and kale are added? Middle of page 22: Colombian-Style Red Bean & Corn Bean Dip Red beans are listed in ingredients but not in directions. Are the red beans already cooked or dry? Are they canned and added at last in the food processor? There may be more like this but I’m now hesitant to go further in book. Have these problems been resolved in a new edition and I was sent the earlier edition? Kind of disappointing as I’m sure you spent many hours preparing your lovely book. Will probably return.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Cristina Hidalgo

    For fairness purposes, I read this cookbook on my Kindle app on my phone-perhaps this threw off formatting. There were numbers before each title line that weren't concurrent, capitalization was completely off (words capitalized in the middle of a sentence) and it was extremely difficult to read. There were very few original recipes that one couldn't find on Pinterest (or Google, for that matter) and instructions were incomplete - as someone who's cooked for three decades, I could muddle through For fairness purposes, I read this cookbook on my Kindle app on my phone-perhaps this threw off formatting. There were numbers before each title line that weren't concurrent, capitalization was completely off (words capitalized in the middle of a sentence) and it was extremely difficult to read. There were very few original recipes that one couldn't find on Pinterest (or Google, for that matter) and instructions were incomplete - as someone who's cooked for three decades, I could muddle through it, but I gave this book to my son and his girlfriend, they would call me for clarification on multiple recipes.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Rhonda Jones

    Easy Format And great recipes. I was worried that 800 recipes would be unwieldy, but it is not. Just go to the contents page and every single one of the 800 recipes are listed. There are subtitles, like pork, chicken, desserts, etc. And you can do a top left tab mark to mark your favorites. Also, each recipe is on one page, so they are not crowded together. The digital price is reasonable, I got it for $4.95. One downside is there were no pictures of the completed meal.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Tom Russell

    It’s a good one! Recipes are simple, and to cook and prepare is often less than 30 minutes. These recipes will keep you busy for a long time. The book is so enticing I spent over four hours the first day I received it examining the recipes. I have gone through several instant pot recipe books and this tops them all.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Deborah

    No Pictures! I read this book with Kindle Unlimited. While there are many recipes in this book, there are no pictures. How am I to know what it's supposed to look like when it's done? I would do better looking for Instant Pot recipes on YouTube. No Pictures! I read this book with Kindle Unlimited. While there are many recipes in this book, there are no pictures. How am I to know what it's supposed to look like when it's done? I would do better looking for Instant Pot recipes on YouTube.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Becky Sims

    No index While this book has a gazillion recipes, there is no index in the back, and the Table of Contents is so many pages that it's hard to find the section you want. A+ for content and clarity of instructions, C- for ease of use. No index While this book has a gazillion recipes, there is no index in the back, and the Table of Contents is so many pages that it's hard to find the section you want. A+ for content and clarity of instructions, C- for ease of use.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Mareevans

    Some interesting recipes

  10. 5 out of 5

    robin searcy

    Instapot Great and so easy to follow with simple ingredients. Can't wait to try these great recipe, something for everyone. Even desserts. Instapot Great and so easy to follow with simple ingredients. Can't wait to try these great recipe, something for everyone. Even desserts.

  11. 5 out of 5

    brenda belg parlaman

    good recipes for the Instant Pot!!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer

    Great ideas This instant pot cookbook, has some really great ideas. I even like most of the recipes. Can't wait to cook. Great ideas This instant pot cookbook, has some really great ideas. I even like most of the recipes. Can't wait to cook.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Susan Harper

    Interesting cookbook He has a lot of good recipes, and some interesting ones with (to me) unusual food combinations. The book is also more upscale than other IP cookbooks I have, using ingredients I’ve never heard of. The Kindle version has a number of typos and occasional missing text in the recipe directions. Recipe number 265 for Chicken Cordon Bleu even omits the main ingredient (chicken) from its list of ingredients. The only reason I knew it was missing was because it was in the title and t Interesting cookbook He has a lot of good recipes, and some interesting ones with (to me) unusual food combinations. The book is also more upscale than other IP cookbooks I have, using ingredients I’ve never heard of. The Kindle version has a number of typos and occasional missing text in the recipe directions. Recipe number 265 for Chicken Cordon Bleu even omits the main ingredient (chicken) from its list of ingredients. The only reason I knew it was missing was because it was in the title and the directions said to add it. But it wasn’t listed in the ingredients, so I wouldn’t have had it on hand. Another one... recipe 634 for Traditional Southern Chili has celery in it. As a born and reared Southerner nearing the ripe old age of 70 who loves chili, let me tell you that I’ve never added celery to my Traditional Southern Chili. Another goodie - recipe 665 for Chicken Noodle Dip has no noodles in it. Curious. Which brings me to my final point. Some of the recipes’ directions are confusing for new and possibly even intermediate cooks. There were a few recipes I wouldn’t even attempt based on the instructions. I don’t know if he left out steps or just threw them in as he thought of them, but they were confusing. And as I mentioned, I was looking at the Kindle version. Maybe the print version is accurate. As I said in my first statement, he does have a lot of good recipes so if you are an intermediate or better cook, go for it. You’ll have a great meal.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Carol G. Nye

    Disappointing! Many of the recipes do not have complete direction. For example, the recipe with fresh plums does not say if the plums are peeled or not. There are a lot of egg recipes. One recipe includes a sauce with several ingredients, but fails today how to make it. Not for beginners!

  15. 5 out of 5

    Belinda in Alabama

    Good There are lots of recipes in this book. There is a big variety and covers beef, chicken, pork, lamb, vegetables and desserts. We are not adventurous eaters so if I choose one of these, I'll have to amend it through trial and error. I think this book is a good bargain. Good luck and happy reading. Good There are lots of recipes in this book. There is a big variety and covers beef, chicken, pork, lamb, vegetables and desserts. We are not adventurous eaters so if I choose one of these, I'll have to amend it through trial and error. I think this book is a good bargain. Good luck and happy reading.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Carlissa

    I just bought an Instant Pot a few days ago, so this cookbook will definitely come in handy. I've already found several recipes that I want to try. I did try one of the whole chicken recipes and it turned out good. Lots of recipes, but not much info on how to use the Instant Pot, so if you're just looking for recipes, this is a good place to start. I just bought an Instant Pot a few days ago, so this cookbook will definitely come in handy. I've already found several recipes that I want to try. I did try one of the whole chicken recipes and it turned out good. Lots of recipes, but not much info on how to use the Instant Pot, so if you're just looking for recipes, this is a good place to start.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Brenda

    Take a hard pass on this one. There are a handful of good recipes in here, which is a small fraction of the 800 in the book. It strongly appears that the recipes were taken from various sources due to the wildly varying formatting. Sometimes the recipe calls it an IP. Sometimes it calls it a pressure cooker. The same steps will be worded differently between recipes.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Roni Jensen

    Good Recipes Overall If you can overlook the spelling and grammatical errors, as well as some recipe inconsistencies, then this is a very good cookbook. The recipes range from basic to advanced (in my opinion). Some unfamiliar ingredients, but overall a nice cookbook.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Ken Severs

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    Angela Malloy

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    Anita Castellano

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    brenda Rackley

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    Dale

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    Cassie Savoy

  25. 5 out of 5

    Wendy Coon

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    Beth Jones

  27. 4 out of 5

    Kathleen A. Redding

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    Thiago Guimarães Gonçalves

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    Shirley

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    Becky Partan

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    Linda L. Beers

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    Rebecca Lavallee

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    Abby Desrocher

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    Jess

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    Brian Sawyer

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    Stacey

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    Michelle Welch

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    Nicole StPierre

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    Linda Miller

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    Angela McK

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    teresa

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    Mary Benton

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    julie brooks

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    Rick

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    Deb Leonard

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    Linnea Hahler

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    Terry Hansen

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    Mary Hobbie

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    Suzan McKiness

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    Wes Schaff

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