The Instant Pot may seem like a magic black box that makes anything in very little time but it is, mainly, a very safe and easy-to-use pressure cooker. Pressure-cooker cheesecake is great because I love being able to make and consume the dairy dessert on a whim, but making juicy succulent meat is where my Instant Pot really earns its keep. Pressure cookers allow you to make short order of big, meaty projects that might otherwise take hours. Conversely, projects that might take a single hour take minutes, which means pretty much any meat-based meal gets on the table much faster than you’re used to, which means you have more time for dishes, which will also take less time, since most of these meals can be cooked in a single (instant) pot. Here are my favorite cuts to cook in my Instant Pot, in no particular order. Oxtail Meats with a lot of connective tissue can turn out tough if not treated properly, but the Instant Pot treats oxtail the way it deserves to be treated, producing meat that literally falls off those tail bones. For context: cooking oxtail the “traditional” way can take up to six hours. Pressure cooking… Read full this story
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