Anyone who owns an Instant Pot® knows that it’s a game changer in the kitchen, and Kristy Bernardo is here with 75 fresh ideas to inspire your cooking routine. This brilliant cookbook makes it easy to serve a flavorful home-cooked dinner even on your busiest days. The Instant Pot® transforms tough meats into tender bites in minutes, allowing you to enjoy your favorite comfort foods on weeknights, not just the weekend. Inspired by her childhood memories gathered around the family dinner table, Kristy’s cooking is rooted in tradition with a dash of spice from her global travels and work as a personal chef. She uses the best features of the Instant Pot® to deepen the flavors and quicken the process, so anyone can easily put out winning dishes such as 30-Minute Fall-Off-the-Bone Ribs, Mediterranean Chicken with Creamy Feta Sauce, Fresh Veggie Pot Pie with Parmesan and Black Pepper Biscuits, Balsamic and Dijon Pot Roast, Blue Cheese Potato Gratin and Chipotle Citrus Pork Tacos.
“Kristy understands food and knows how to make it simple and delicious. Her Weeknight Cooking with your Instant Pot® is definitely going to raise the bar for weeknight meals!” –Jeffrey Saad, chef, author and TV personality
“Kristy’s brilliant book will help you get phenomenal food on the table with less mess and less fuss, but with full flavor and fun.” –Tess Masters, author and founder of The Blender Girl
“Finally, a book that gives me the courage and the inspiration I need to fire up my Instant Pot®. Now, I can crank out delectable meals in minutes that will nourish us for hours.” –Aviva Goldfarb, author and founder of The Six O’Clock Scramble®
“Weeknight Cooking with your Instant Pot® shows you how a well-balanced meal can bring your family together and make them stronger. This cookbook is sure to be a crowd pleaser.” –Marlon Alexander, celebrity private chef
About the Author
Kristy Bernardo is the founder of the cooking blog The Wicked Noodle and Instant Pot Recipes. She teaches cooking classes, speaks at conferences and appears on television. She also owned and operated a business as a personal chef, cooking for several longtime clients over nearly two years before becoming a full-time food blogger. She lives in Ashburn, Virginia.