So every once in a while, I cook live on Facebook. Yup, Facebook Live Cooking Show. So far, I haven’t cut off my finger or burned the house down, but that could happen! They usually last 30-45 minutes and I usually make 3-4 things, and I answer questions live.
Wondering if an Instant Pot is helpful for those who live alone or have smaller families? How about making Instant Pot freezer meals? I want to show you how easy it is to make freezer meals for the Instant Pot–without actually having to spend an entire day in the kitchen.
Pressure cooker Keto Low Carb Poblano Frittata is as good for breakfast as it is for dinner. A very popular way to make an easy keto frittata in your Instant Pot or Pressure cooker! Plus it’s stupidly easy. Watch this video to see how easy it is.
No-Bake Keto Peanut Butter Chocolate Bars will satisfy all of your dessert cravings with almost none of the sugar. Low Carb, low sugar, high fat Peanut Butter Bars make a perfectly delicious keto dessert or fat bomb.
Choosing an Instant Pot can be both exciting and confusing. So many models, so many sizes, so many lovely choices, how do you know which Instant Pot is right for you? Whether you go with the LUX, the DUO or the Ultra, the Mini, the 6 quart or the 8 quart depends on how you plan to cook, and for how many people you cook, and whether or not you like leftovers.
No need to miss beans on a Keto Low carb diet! These use a secret, low carb bean that tastes fantastic! Instant Pot low carb ham and bean soup. Watch and see how easy it is to make this soup.
Here’s a graphic that will help you decide which Instant Pot is right for you, based on how many you cook for, and how you like to cook.
Watch to learn how to make a quick spicy creamy chicken soup in your Instant Pot or Pressure cooker. Pressure Cooker Low Carb Spicy Creamy Chicken Soup mixes together pantry ingredients for a last-minute homemade creamy chicken soup that’s simply bursting with flavor and yet manages to be dairy-free and keto.
Twosleevers Facebook LIve Videos each friday night! Tonight I show you Instant Pot Butter chicken, pressure cooker palak paneer, garam masala, mango lassi.
The Indian Instant Pot Cookbook review on Pressure Cooking Today is something you will definitely want to check out. Barbara Scheiving gives her honest review on the cookbook, and her experience in making the beef curry from the cookbook.
Watch to learn how to pressure cook beans, lentils, and dals in your pressure cooker, and download a free PDF with cook times as well as a visual glossary
It’s time for another Faces Behind the Food interview today! Meet Tabitha Nelson of Tabitha Talks Food. Tabitha’s blog has some delicious recipes on it, and the photographs just makes me drool.