Instant Pot 15 results

Instant Pot Pork Tenderloins in Creamy Mushroom Sauce

  After my last trip Germany, I came back inspired to make Jagerschnitzel in a healthy way.  I didn't want to call it officially, "Jagerschnitzel," as it isn't as rich as the German version.  Normally the pork is breaded with bread crumbs and egg or flour and egg, but since I'm trying to keep the points down, I decided to cut this part out.  Because it's done in the Instant Pot, the pork turns out very tender and juicy.  Use thin pork chops and trim the fat.

German Beef in Beer Roast

After my trip to revisit all the places I had lived in Germany last year, I came home and created this delicious and tender beef stew.  It's perfect for the fall season! This tastes best in the Instant Pot but you can also do it on the stove.

Instant Pot Kalua Pig

I've been making this dish for years but it's even better in my Instant Pot.  This is one of the recipes in my recipe triology series.  The first night you make the Kalua Pig, Homemade Hoisin Sauce and serve them in lettuce wraps with rice, the second night you make Thai Pork Pizza-it's so quick especially if you have the Whole Wheat Pizza dough already in your freezer, the 3rd night (if there are any left overs, make a big lettuce salad, add a bit of pork, add some rice, cabbage and use the ...

Pork Carnitas – Instant Pot and Slow Cooker Directions

I just love Pork Carnitas! These are a more healthier version than traditional but they still taste great! They do take a bit of prep time and marinating time but they do cook fairly fast in the Instant Pot, so be sure and make a full batch (you can always freeze the leftovers). I usually buy a 15 lb pork shoulder from Costco and cut it into 3 (5 lb.) portions. I freeze two portions for later for more Instant Pot Pork Carnitas or for Kalua Pig. Also be sure and use fresh oranges and limes in ...

Lentil and Bean Chili-Instant Pot

Cozy up to the fire on a cold rainy day with a cup of this delicious Instant Pot Lentil and Bean Chili! Simple, yet filling. This is a perfect soup to serve for company. I let them add their own toppings. It appeals to everyone, including meat lovers,  vegans and vegetarians.  I love to serve it with my homemade focaccia.  Because the chili is low in calories and points, you can serve it with a few pieces of luscious bread and a salad on the side and still stay within your point range.  1 ...