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Instant Pot Cilantro Lime Pulled Chicken Tacos
The Girl on Bloor
This colorful summer dish is filled with all the good stuff and features flavorful shredded chicken infused with honey, lime and cilantro. When serving, just set out a bunch of different toppings-from diced tomatoes to shredded cheese-and let your guests assemble their own plates.
Find the recipe here.02 of 07
Instant Pot Black Bean Dip
Peas and Crayons
Another Mexican-inspired crowd pleaser, this dip is insanely fast and easy to make using dried beans (yes, dried beans!), which are so much more flavorful than their canned counterparts. Keep it simple healthy vegan option or top with melted cheese for a decadent (and delicious) version.
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Instant Pot Pulled Pork
One of the Instant Pot's claim to fame is the ability to cook super flavorful meat in a very short time frame, without sacrificing flavor. You won't believe how fast this summer classic comes together; it'll be out on the table before you know it. A melting pot of flavors, including brown sugar, chili pepper, and a secret ingredient (Coca Cola!) make this recipe a winner.
Find the recipe here.04 of 07
Instant Pot Mac and Cheese
Platings and Pairings
We often think of hot casseroles like macaroni and cheese as a quintessential snow day meal. But bring it out as a side dish at your next potluck (it especially goes well with barbecued meats) and we guarantee your guests will be happy.
Find the recipe here.05 of 07
Instant Pot Potato Salad
Eazy Peazy Mealz
Potato salad is another favorite summer side dish and a backyard BBQ staple. This recipe cuts down prep time (and cooking pots) by steaming the eggs at the same time as the potatoes. Fresh dill and a blend of several kinds of mustard adds a pop of flavor to the traditional mayonnaise dressing.
Find the recipe here.06 of 07
Beet Salad with Arugula, Goat Cheese and Walnuts
Paint the Kitchen Red
Can you really make salad from your Instant Pot? The answer is YES. The base of this pretty (and healthy) dish is a plate of perfectly cooked beets, steamed in half the time it would take on the stove or in the oven. Tossed with some candied walnuts, peppery arugula, creamy goat cheese and a balsamic vinaigrette, and it's a match made in heaven.
Find the recipe here.07 of 07
Instant Pot Key Lime Cheesecake
Skip to My Lou
Did you know that you can even make dessert in an Instant Pot? This citrus flavored, creamy cake is the perfect finish to an outdoor feast.
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