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Cooking with Your Instant Pot Mini: 100 Quick & Easy Recipes for 3-Quart Models


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English | July 26th, 2018 | ISBN: 1454931922 | 176 Pages | EPUB | 5.28 MB

The essential cookbook for any Instant PotMini owner-with recipes perfectly sized to fit this small machine!

The Instant PotMini has the same features as the #1 selling multicooker-at a compact size that's just right for smaller families, couples, and singles. But how should home cooks convert recipes for this little machine? Reducing the recipes by half does not work; this cookbook will! Custom-made for this model, it features 100 recipes plus authorized operating basics for new owners. The delicious dishes range from French toast and homemade yogurt to Quinoa Pilaf, White Chicken Chili, and Mongolian Beef, to cheesecake and brownies. It's amazing what this one pot will do!
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