Reddit reviews The Instant Pot Electric Pressure Cooker Cookbook: Easy Recipes for Fast & Healthy Meals
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The recipe was either from the one that comes with it (kinda doubt it) or from this book: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1623156122/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&amp;psc=1
That one is what I used most to explore all the things you can do in an IP. Most of my current favorite recipes are things that I first tried from there but then adapted to my own taste. Lots of "safe bets", no duds (that I encountered - I didn't try every single thing)
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Some, but since a lot of them were in the same places, I may as well make the recommendations directly.
I recommend the work of Laura Pazzagila whole heartedly. Her site, videos and book (plus other social media) provides super useful information for all levels of experience with electronic pressure cooking. Highly recommended.
Lifehacker has a good deal of recipes and tips. I've recently tried the recent bread pudding recipe and am quite fond of it.
If you're looking for cookbooks proper, there's two that are the most popular: Laura Randolph's first Instatnt Pot book and Janet Zimmerman's book. I recommend the former for the newbie but both are pretty good. BTW, Zimmerman has a good dutch oven book I'd recommend as well.
I got this cookbook! The chicken dish I made last night was in it. It also has a great table of cook times for various things. I like it so far!
It's the "Faster Than Fast Food Fried Rice" recipe from this book. Not sure how it compares to other recipes out there.