It's completely normal to not know where to start when you begin to pressure cook. These recipes were all created with first-time pressure cooker users in mind. After completing a water test, these recipes are the perfect place to start!
A few additional tips to get you started:
- It can take 5-20 minutes for a pressure cooker to come to pressure and start cooking, depending on the amount of food in the pot. Make sure to count that into your cook time if you are on a tight schedule.
- Here at Mealthy we all cook with two separate silicone gasket rings for the lid depending on the food. One works great for savory: onions, garlic, and strong flavors. The second works great for neutral flavors like rice, cheesecakes, and yogurt. We replace our silicone rings about once every 6 months.
- Silicone gasket rings can be soaked in vinegar to reduce smell and should be wiped down after each use.
- Make sure to put your inner pot in place before dumping in food. Mealthy gets calls about this mistake daily, please double and triple check your pot it in there to keep your unit in good shape!
- MultiPot not working? Double-check that your cord is plugged into the back of the pot!
- If you have any trouble with your Mealthy MultiPot, give customer service a call at 1-800-281-0146 or email email@example.com. We are here to help!
Pressure Cooker Salsa Chicken
Make delicious chicken for tacos in just a few minutes using your pressure cooker and favorite prepared salsa. Instead of watching and stirring as the chicken cooks, you have time to prepare all your fresh toppings! A selection of shredded cabbage, your favorite cheese, sour cream, sliced avocado, and fresh cilantro gives everyone options to make dinner their own. Both corn and flour tortillas or even a lettuce wrap all taste great with Pressure Cooker Salsa Chicken.
Pressure Cooker Tomato-Basil Spaghetti
If you need a quick and easy kid-friendly dinner idea, let this recipe and your pressure cooker lend you a hand! Best part? No store-bought sauce in this spaghetti means no preservatives or additives. Fresh tomatoes, garlic, and basil make a tasty sauce for spaghetti in this one-pot wonder. The entire meal will be done in about the time it takes to boil spaghetti on the stovetop. Swap in vegetable stock and omit the cheese and you have a vegan dish!
Pressure Cooker Sweet and Sour Pork
Sweet and sour pork is a takeout staple. Our version is made in a pressure cooker without oil or added sugar. You get a lighter take on the dish at a fraction of the cost to have someone else make it! Eat is as-is, or serve with rice or noodles for a more-filling dinner.
Pressure Cooker Pork Chops with Sweet Potato Purée and Mushroom Gravy
All three components of the meal are prepared in the same pressure cooker at the same time, so you don't have to dirty any extra dishes and you save tons of time. You will be shocked by how easy this recipe is. This dish is so good you will think you are eating at a fancy restaurant.
Easy Pressure Cooker Mushroom Risotto
Risotto is a breeze in a pressure cooker - all the flavor and in just a fraction of the time it takes to make stovetop risotto. Cremini mushrooms and Parmesan cheese give this risotto plenty of flavor to this filling dish. It is ready in just about 20 minutes, so it is perfect for a fancy weeknight meal or impress your sweetheart on date night.
Quick Pressure Cooker Chicken Noodle Soup
Chicken soup is one of the most-universally recognized dishes. You will find variations on the dish in many, many cultures. In the United States, chicken noodle soup is revered not only for being a long beloved comfort dish, but is considered a home remedy for the common cold. Our pressure cooker recipe for this favorite dish can be ready in as little as fifteen minutes. It is an easy one-pot meal that is overflowing with love and tradition.
Pressure Cooker Chicken Thighs with Brussels Sprouts
This recipe for chicken thighs with Brussels sprouts gets its flavor from a touch of bacon, chicken broth, and Dijon mustard. It is all cooked in the pressure cooker, which means dinner is ready in about 35 minutes. You have a quick and easy dinner for weeknights or a super easy dinner for Sunday dinner or date night.
Pressure Cooker Beef and Barley Soup
Beef and barley soup is a classic New England recipe for warming your insides once the chilly weather arrives. Use your MultiPot Pressure Cooker to get done in minutes what used to take hours! Beef stew meat is combined with vegetables, white wine and pearl barley. If you have never cooked with barley before, now is the time to try! It is one of the world's oldest high fiber grains. Pearl Barley has the bran partially removed before it is polished, resulting in a smooth surface and quicker cooking time. Before serving, be sure to remove the bay leaf and top each bowl with a garnish of fresh parsley leaves.