It may be summer, but that doesn’t mean you have to store away your Instant Pot until fall. It turns out many of your favorite summer foods can be cooked in, well, an instant when using your handy pressure cooker. The shorter cooking time means you won’t have to leave the stove or oven on for long, heating up your house, which is always a bonus when the temperatures start creeping up.
The Instant Pot is great for cooking meat, whether that’s pulled pork or ribs. When you don’t have a grill (or are tired of your ribs coming out tough after grilling), it’s nice to have an alternative way to enjoy your summer barbecue favorites. You can also cook ingredients for salads and beverages in the Instant Pot, saving you valuable time so you can spend your days enjoying the beautiful weather instead of sweating away in the kitchen.
Get your Instant Pot back out from the cupboard and get ready to cook up these summer favorites.