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The Complete Instant Pot Cookbook for the Family - Over 100 Quick and Foolproof Recipes for your Whole Family with Beginners Guide - cover

The Complete Instant Pot Cookbook for the Family - Over 100 Quick and Foolproof Recipes for your Whole Family with Beginners Guide

Suzy Susson

Publisher: David Johnson

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Summary

Inside The Complete Instant Pot Cookbook for the Family, you will find convenient & delicious recipes. It's quick, easy & fun & gives you and the whole family the delicious and healthy meals you deserve.
 
The instant pot provides a large variety of life benefits which includes; Daily nutritious food, economical & time efficient, improved health, easy to clean up.
 
This book will give you all you need to know about the instant pot including the buttons & settings.
 
You get delicious breakfast recipes which includes beef roast, French toast, tacos, cheesy grits, chickpeas & many more to kick start your day the right way. I also paid special attention to rice & the variety of delicious ways to cook it to help you get the best of compliments from your family as well as friends during holidays. They include mix-fruit wild rice, fried rice, rice and beef soup, tasty risotto & lots more. You also get the most delicious side dish recipes, poultry and even desserts all in one book.

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