Celebrate the new season with these scrumptious recipes.
Now that spring is approaching, get away from the heavy creams and melted cheeses you used in winter Instant Pot recipes and try making these healthier dishes instead. Not only are they tasty, they incorporate fresh fruits and vegetables that are widely available during the spring.
Serving up fresh salsa, cilantro and juicy steak may sound like it takes some time, but these tacos can be ready in a jiffy. Pair it with homemade guacamole since spring is a great time to buy avocados.
This dish provides a well-balanced dinner that the whole family will love. You just throw the ingredients in the pot and let it sit until dinnertime. The brown rice is a great addition because it adds more whole grains, fiber and vitamins than white rice.
You don't have to get fancy with your Instant Pot. While simple, chicken breast is a very low in fat and is a great source of protein that goes with any almost any side. Ths recipe uses simple seasonings like garlic salt and basil to make savory and juicy chicken.
We love this Low-carb and gluten-free recipe. Fans of spicy buffalo flavor, take note: This recipe combines Frank's RedHot sauce and Buffalo Wings sauce with green Tabasco pepper sauce. The spices seep into the cauliflower rice as well.
Bring Mexican and Caribbean cuisine to the family dinner table with this dish! The best part about this recipe is that the pork has many different uses. Ladle it over rice, stuff in tacos or on top of a baked potato, or even use it as a protein for salads. It can also be frozen to use at a later date.
You can definitely enjoy a warm bowl of soup at any time of the year, especially if it is low-carb. This soup is low-glycemic, gluten-free, paleo-friendly and perfect for Phase One of the South Beach Diet.
While Stuffed Pepper Soup sounds difficult to make, this recipe makes it easy. The soup calls for extra-lean ground turkey and a variety of vegetables. It includes Instant Pot instructions as well as directions for using the slow-cooker function. Both methods cook up a healthy, warm bowl of soup.
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