This Instant Pot Soup with Greens, Beans, Potatoes and Chorizo is one of the myriad of recipes you can cook after pressure cooking a whole chicken in the Instant Pot.…
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I’m so excited to bring you this Instant Pot Cavolo Nero and Butternut Squash Soup recipe, with video and all!…
This Instant Pot Leek, Potato and Paprika Soup was an improvisation for a quick Saturday lunch. I’ve been in a paprika sort of mood lately.
It turned out really well! So I am sharing the recipe so that you can try it too.
Ready for the recipe?…
You may have already gathered from my last two recipes that I am a big fan of soup. Yes, I admit it, I love soup. When you can pressure cook your own Chicken broth or stock at home in no time and without filling the house with its smell, it becomes a weekly staple and, once you have that stock or broth (whatever you prefer to call it) in the fridge, it’s so versatile!…
Cooking gammon in the Instant Pot is easy, painless and, above all, tasty. Instant Pot ham though is not great for my waist line as I seem to snack on it all day (particularly good dipped in Quirky Cooking’s BBQ Sauce if you haven’t glazed it!). In my defence, it’s really, really nice and well, it’s there in the fridge, all I have to do is pinch a bit.
There are two ways of cooking Instant Pot ham, all details here….
I learnt this Leek and Potato Soup from my ex a few years ago, who in turn learnt it from his mother. The “twist” is the addition of soy sauce (or tamari if you need to keep it gluten free), it has a lovely taste. It’s really easy, although I swear it tastes better when husband makes it), it’s that “I didn’t have to cook it myself” feeling, isn’t it?
This is a chunky soup in my household, my recipe tester blended hers and she reported that it worked well! As always, the key is the taste.
Don’t forget the Pressure Cooking UK with Feisty Tapas, no matter what type of pressure cooker you have, even if you are just thinking of buying one, you are most welcome there.
Ready to take a look at the recipe?…
Looking for the Instant Pot Zero Minute Chicken Recipe? Look no further!…
Hello! I thought I’d put an Instant Pot Unboxing Video together:
Have you just bought an Instant Pot?
Have you had an Instant Pot in the box for way too long?
Are you thinking of buying an Instant Pot but unsure what to expect?
Let’s get it out of the box together so that you can gain a bit more confidence with this Instant Pot Unboxing Video.
In the video I film myself opening the box of the Instant Pot DUO80 8 quart / 8 litre (affiliate link*), the biggest member of the DUO family and unpacking its contents.…
Have you seen the blog’s new look? Well, you are looking at it but have you noticed that it’s different? I’ve spent the last couple of weeks moving it to a different platform. The first recipe I published on it was the Instant Pot Chicken Stew with Dumplings and today it’s this Instant Pot Chorizo Frittata.JUMP TO RECIPE …
How this recipe came about (thank you
A little while ago I asked the lovely Kate to measure her suet-free dumpling mix so that I could try dumplings in a pressure cooked stew. Anyone who knows
This Instant Pot Giant Cous Cous with Seafood is so good! So good that, in fact, you should all try it!
I had never cooked giant cous cous until a few weeks ago when I saw it in Aldi.
I tried a quick lunch experiment and it turned out well so last week I decided to recreate it with a few added touches. It turned out amazing and it’s so quick and easy.…
“Chicken stock with a whole chicken, shock horror!”, I can hear the purists scream from here! Well, yes. When you’re a working parent trying to keep your head above water you do not mind this type of thing that much and the stock is super tasty so, if I’m going to keep my head above water, it might as well be delicious chicken stock (or broth as some like to call it), in my Instant Pot of course!…
Hello! Here I am again. Being perfectly imperfect. Did you read last week’s Thermomix recipe post? No? Make sure you do! But make sure you read this one too and then add it to this week’s menu plan. Julie’s Thermomix Mexican Bean Soup is really good and really worth making now that the weather has turned bitterly cold….
Pressure cooking a gammon joint or ham in your Instant Pot is easy and so tasty. Of course, you can also apply this method to bacon joints and ham hocks.…
Some days you just need to use up something in the fridge because you hate waste but your energy levels are really low and all you can think of is putting your feet up. Well, this is exactly how this Pressure Cooker Beef with Mexican Spices recipe came about for my Instant Pot and this is also why it’s so easy!
Basically a case of throwing ingredients in your pressure cooker or Instant Pot and letting it do its thing….
A lovely refreshing summery salad perfect prepared ahead for work lunches. Puy lentils pressure cook really quickly (I use an Instant Pot). They also don’t take long in a pan on the hob if you don’t have a pressure cooker but electric pressure cookers allow you the convenience of programming it and getting on with other things, no need to hang around….
I am absolutely loving my Instant Pot, being able to make this kind of meal mid-week with the pressure cooker function is quite a luxury (and not at all as scary as you remember pressure cookers to be!). This Pressure Cooked Whole Soy chicken is my first Instant Pot recipe on the blog. Exciting times….
It is no secret that I love noodles. I also adore seafood. I am a huge fan of coriander. And at this time of the year, in the cold British winter, I could survive on soups… The other day I had in mind a very specific
A few days later I decided to be extremely organised (for me) and wrote down how I would go about achieving the flavour I wanted with the Thermomix. The result was better than I anticipated and it proved one thing, even when I have it all written down and quite clear in my head: I still can’t follow a recipe to save my life.
The result was absolutely delicious and the colours just amazing.
This recipe uses prawns but I bet it would be just as gorgeous with salmon, white fish or even chicken. But also without any seafood or meat additions at all as the flavour is lovely and strong.
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3 cm piece of fresh ginger (more or less)
1 red chilli, deseeded (unless you like it really really hot)
1 stalk of lemongrass (here is another recipe that uses lemongrass, a green curry)
2 garlic cloves
1 handful fresh coriander
5 g olive oil
1/4 tsp turmeric (that is one quarter)
120 g cold water
1 tsp vegetable stock powder (I just used the usual Bouillon one I have in the cupboard, one day I will get round to doing Thermie stock) or my vegetable stock paste concentrate
100 g rice noodles, I used fresh (that’s all I had, you may need to add more if you want a thicker soup)
400 g tin of coconut milk
Half a lime
2 handfuls of raw peeled king prawns (you can used previously cooked prawns if you can’t find raw)
1 tsp fish sauce
1. Place the ginger, chilli, lemongrass, garlic and coriander in the Thermomix bowl and chop: 10 seconds, speed 7.
2. Use a spatula to lower down any bits that may have climbed up the walls of the bowl. Add the 5 g olive oil and chop another 5 seconds, speed 7.
3. Add the one quarter teaspoon of turmeric and about 120 g cold water and the teaspoon of vegetable stock: 7 minutes, Varoma, speed 1.
4. If you are not using fresh noodles and they need preparing, this is the moment to do it, follow packet instructions.
5. Add the coconut milk then fill the tin with a bit of water, swirl it around to make sure you catch all the milk then fill it up and pour enough water in the bowl to cover the whole blade unit (including the top): 7 minutes, Varoma, speed 1. While it’s doing that, juice the half lime into the measuring cup, this way any bits that shoot away will fall in the lid and go down anyway, empty it into the bowl while the Thermomix is running.
6. Add the prawns and fish sauce (I had planned on adding the noodles here too but I forgot): 3 minutes, Varoma, reverse, soft speed.
7. Add the noodles: 3 minutes, Varoma, reverse, soft speed.
Los inviernos británicos son duros, y lo digo yo que soy gallega. La humedad cala los huesos y cuando hace sol el frío corta la respiración. Y lo digo muerta de frío en otoño.
Yo soy muy sopera, me van las sopas de fideos, las cremas de verduras, la sopa de puerro y patata de mi marido (un día os cuento la receta) y, desde hace unos años, me van los platos picantes (yo creo que fue culpa del embarazo).
A esta sopa tailandesa se le pueden rebajar el picante, basta con que el chile o guindilla sea más bien pequeño y que le quiteis las semillas.
Yo os digo camarones pero es que el marisco británico deja mucho que desear (repito, soy gallega), así que utilizad lo que os apetezca, tengais a mano o simplemente esté de oferta en el mercado. Yo creo que quedaría riquísima también con salmón troceado o hasta pollo.
Sopa tailandesa de camarones en la Thermomix
Jengibre fresco, una pieza de unos 3 cm
1 guindilla roja, sin semilla (a no ser que apetezca muy picante)
1 ramita de lemon grass (hierba limón, y para que aprovecheis el resto aquí teneis un curry riquísimo)
2 dientes de ajo
1 buen puñado de cilantro fresco
5 g aceite de oliva
1/4 de cucharilla de cúrcuma
120 g agua fría, tal cual sale del grifo
1 cucharadita de caldo de verduras en polvo (o un poquito de lo que tengais en casa)
100 g tallarines de arroz, yo los usé frescos (100 g es lo que tenía en casa, si apetece una sopa más espesa añadid más)
400 g de leche de coco en lata
2 puñados de camarones crudos pelados
1 cucharadita de salsa de pescado o nam pla
1. Pon el jengibre, la guindilla, el lemon grass, el ajo y el cilantro en el vaso: 10 segundos, velocidad 7.
2. Con una espátula baja lo que haya subido por las paredes, añade los 5 g de aceite de oliva: 5 segundos, velocidad 7.
3. Añade el cuarto de cucharadita de cúrcuma (es decir un par de pizcas y un poquito más para que dé suerte) y unos 120 g de agua y una cucharilla de caldo de verduras en polvo: 7 minutos, Varoma, velocidad 1.
4. Si vas a utilizar tallarines que necesiten preparación, este es el momento de leer las instrucciones y seguirlas para tenerlos listos.
5. Añade la leche de coco y llena la lata con un poco de agua, dale unas vueltitas para aprovechar todos los restos de leche y verterla en el vaso, cubriendo la cuchilla entera (la parte de arriba incluida): 7 minutos, Varoma, velocidad 1. Prepara el zumo de la media lima, yo la exprimo con la mano directamente al cubilete colocado en la tapa de la Thermomix, así si sale el líquido disparado cae a la tapa y de ahí al interior del vaso y no perdemos sabor.
6. Añade los camarones (yo iba a poner los tallarines a la vez pero se me olvidó y aún así quedó bien): 3 minutos, Varoma, giro a la izquierda, velocidad cuchara.
7. Añade los tallarines: 3 minutos, Varoma, giro a la izquierda, velocidad cuchara.
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