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The Instant Pot can do a lot, from pressure cooking and slow cooking to steaming and sautéing. Although shoppers tout it for cooking with ease, there is a slight learning curve (especially when it comes to a natural release versus quick release). If yours has been sitting in the back of your cupboard since you got it or you’re about to invest in a new one for yourself, do yourself a favor and get this Instant Pot cheat sheet that’s less than $12.
The magnetic Instant Pot cheat sheet provides information on liquid ratios, cook times, temperatures and how to release the steam for pressure cooking vegetables, poultry, beef, seafood, pasta, grains, beans and more. If there’s something you want to make, you can simply check this chart and follow suit.
Instant Pot Cheat Sheet Set, $11.28
You can get it on Amazon for $11.28. Actually, this set includes two: You’ll get one big, complete reference chart that contains the cook times for most foods, and another small one with just a few favorite foods. The sheets are magnetic too, so you can stick the small one right to the side of your Instant Pot and put the big one on the refrigerator for safekeeping.
Keep in mind, this cheat sheet is for pressure cooking only. Pressure cooking with an Instant Pot requires you to lock down the lid, and you can’t open it to check on your food. The rest of Instant Pot’s functions, like slow cooking, don’t require the lid to lock, so you can taste-test or stir as you cook.
It may take you a few tries to get pressure cooking down pat. But with this cheat sheet, it will get easier. Seriously, there’s a reason more than 100,000 Amazon shoppers give the Instant Pot Duo a five-star rating.
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