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Timby
Dec 23, 2006

Tell him about the Twinkie.

eonwe posted:

Are there actually any decent sites for recipes for this? Most of what I find are articles filled with ads, paragraphs of how their family loves it, and gigantic pictures.

God, this drives me insane. Just give me the goddamn recipe, I don't need to read 1,500 words about how your picky husband / child / dog absolutely loved the recipe. Mommy blog bullshit is seriously one of the worst cottage industries.

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DangerZoneDelux
Jul 26, 2006



What else are you going to do with 8 hours of down time every day? The serious eat pressure cooker recipes are great but require more work than dumping cans of ingredients

CodfishCartographer
Feb 23, 2010

Gadus Maprocephalus


Timby posted:

God, this drives me insane. Just give me the goddamn recipe, I don't need to read 1,500 words about how your picky husband / child / dog absolutely loved the recipe. Mommy blog bullshit is seriously one of the worst cottage industries.

https://thefpl.us/episode/265

Mu Zeta
Oct 17, 2002

panties


Made some sausage/peppers/onions in my instant pot but I guess I added too much wine and stock so it was soupier than the ones you eat as a sandwich. I just served it over polenta instead and it's bomb. I'm so glad I live near a butcher that makes all their sausages in house.

Rime
Nov 2, 2011

Bad storm coming, better run to the top of the mountain.

I was up till 1am waiting for that loving apple butter to become buttery.

wormil
Sep 12, 2002

Hulk will smoke you!

Mu Zeta posted:

Made some sausage/peppers/onions in my instant pot

I don't understand. How without over cooking them every time? I cook onions and peppers for about 5 minutes in a skillet.

Mu Zeta
Oct 17, 2002

panties


Like I said it turned more into a stew. Never made it before.

Boof Bonser
Jan 26, 2015

nvj is touched by your generosity!


SymmetryrtemmyS posted:

I think you might want a cookbook.

I accidentally bought a scam instant pot cookbook on Amazon. It was this one: https://www.amazon.com/Instant-Pot-...nt+pot+cookbook

It arrived with no pictures. All of the text is in super ESL syntax that makes it obvious that it was a google translate job. It was self-published using some publishing house out of San Bernardino. The author, Roy Fisher, appears (per his Amazon bio) to be a stock image from Shutterstock. And a whole lot of the recipes just call for "10 pounds meat."

Ranter
Jul 11, 2004



Amazon instantly refund that poo poo. I one got a terrible t-shirt with artifact JPEG printed on it from China and they refunded me immediately.

Rime
Nov 2, 2011

Bad storm coming, better run to the top of the mountain.

How much did it cost them to drum up 800 5 star reviews and add 100+ "found this helpful" clicks to each of them.

Ultimate Mango
Jan 18, 2005

She's a sharkmouth clam
beware
she is

Rime posted:

How much did it cost them to drum up 800 5 star reviews and add 100+ "found this helpful" clicks to each of them.

Amazon review boosting is the new SEO.

Amazon has yet to invent the “google dance” for reviews so far as I can tell.

Liquid Communism
Mar 9, 2004


At least we didn't cook the dog.



Fun Shoe

Rime posted:

How much did it cost them to drum up 800 5 star reviews and add 100+ "found this helpful" clicks to each of them.

Dirt cheap, probably. There are an absurd ton of bot-generated reviews on Amazon now intended to get knockoffs prioritized in search results.

It's why I dropped Prime, not worth the cost savings to have a 1:4 chance of getting a lovely knockoff over buying local.

wormil
Sep 12, 2002

Hulk will smoke you!

Mu Zeta posted:

Like I said it turned more into a stew. Never made it before.

How long did you cook them? Did the sausages explode? Did it taste good? I'm seriously intrigued. It's not something I would ever have thought of.


Boof Bonser posted:

I accidentally bought a scam instant pot cookbook on Amazon.

This is a handy website. I don't know how accurate it is but on that cookbook it seems pretty accurate.

https://www.fakespot.com/product/in...anyone-can-cook

Mu Zeta
Oct 17, 2002

panties


The sausages didn't explode because I split them in half and browned them thoroughly before taking them out to cook the onions, peppers and some pickled cherry peppers. When the onions were nearly caramelized I put the meat back in, two crushed tomatoes, italian herbs, too much red wine and a little stock I had leftover. Pressure cooked for 10 minutes, then I took the sausages out and sliced them up and put it back in and they soaked up a ton of the liquid. Saute/reduced for another 5 minutes and it's some good gruel, whatever it is.

It was basically this but without the pasta. You can eat it with anything.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AjrEPpwx_bQ

Ranter
Jul 11, 2004



Why did you do this in a pressure cooker?

Mu Zeta
Oct 17, 2002

panties


I was just experimenting. I actually do like the italian sausages to be tender but the veggies were pulverized into smithereens.

I was interested in Lidia Bastianich's recipe but the cooking time is like 45 minutes. I figure a presssure cooker could half that time at least so I was trying it out.

http://lidiasitaly.com/recipes/sausage-and-peppers/

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Boof Bonser
Jan 26, 2015

nvj is touched by your generosity!


Rime posted:

How much did it cost them to drum up 800 5 star reviews and add 100+ "found this helpful" clicks to each of them.

I was totally lazy and didn't check the reviews at all. When you filter for 1-star reviews it becomes pretty obvious that those are the only real ones.

Neon Noodle
Nov 11, 2016

there's nothing wrong here in montana

10 pounds meat

VERTiG0
Jul 11, 2001

go move over bro


Neon Noodle posted:

10 pounds meat

Hahah I'd love to see a photo of that recipe.

{edit} I'm making beef osso bucco in the IP tonight to be served over polenta. Did it for the first time about a month ago and it was great. A nice way to finish off the weekend.

VERTiG0 fucked around with this message at Jan 14, 2018 around 16:22

Disco Salmon
Jun 19, 2004


Made a really good chicken korma in the instant pot last night....turned out pretty amazing My husband loved it and said to make it again...Not bad for my first try making Indian! https://twosleevers.com/not-yo-mama...-chicken-korma/

Boof Bonser
Jan 26, 2015

nvj is touched by your generosity!


I think I'm going with chicken in a Hatch chili sauce in the IP tonight. Going to shred it up and do tacos.

Boof Bonser
Jan 26, 2015

nvj is touched by your generosity!


Has anyone found a Instant Pot chili recipe? It's gloomy out and I could use some spicy chili.

wormil
Sep 12, 2002

Hulk will smoke you!

Goon Ironleg posted a really good chili recipe in a chili thread a few years back, no doubt in archives now. I reposted it at some point in the current chili thread. Or if you don't find it I can copy it here once I get back to a desktop. It's not specifically for a pressure cooker but should be easy to adjust the time.

edit, this may not be the exact recipe he posted, but it's close...
(note: I usually skip the olive oil and cut back on the flour at the roux stage)
Dieselpunk Porter works nicely for this.

5 lbs cut beef
6 cups beef stock
1/2 cup olive oil
12 cloves garlic
3/4 bottle of beer (preferably a dark beer)
2 shots of tequila (100% agave, no Cuervo), you can substitute bourbon
2 shots of Backstrap Molasses
1/2 lb jalapenos
1 TB oregano
2 TB Cumin
1 ts cayenne
1/3 cup homemade chili powder
1/2 cup white flour - for making a roux after browning the meat
Simmer 5-6 hours in a dutch oven
You can adjust the time down for a pressure cooker, I would use the time for a chuck roast.


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Extortionist
Aug 31, 2001

Leave the gun. Take the cannoli.

This Serious Eats one is fantastic:
http://www.seriouseats.com/2015/01/...beef-chili.html

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VulgarandStupid
Aug 5, 2003

YEAH

LICK MY ASS

BITCH


Ive seen some things about using mixing bowls inside of an instant pot, and thought it might be a good idea for easier clean up. Is this a good idea? Do I need to adjust cooking times?

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