Dinner in an Instant: 75 Modern Recipes for Your Pressure Cooker, Multicooker, and Instant Pot by Melissa Clark | Conversation Starters
Dinner in an Instant is the newest cookbook from Melissa Clark, a food writer for The New York Times' column, “A Good Appetite.” Dinner in an Instant was inspired by an article Clark wrote for “A Good Appetite,” titled “Why Do Cooks Love the Instant Pot?” She intended to find out why Instant Pots became the new craze in cooking, and in the end, started using the Instant Pot daily. She decided to create her own recipes so others could recreate her delicious dishes using the Instant Pot. Dinner in an Instant contains seventy-five classic recipes with a modern twist. These recipes include Japanese Beef Curry, Smoky Lentils, Osso Buco, Fresh Coconut Yogurt, and Lemon Verbena Creme Brulee, among others. There are symbols that serve as a guide for readers who eat specialty diets, such as Vegetarian, Vegan, Gluten Free, and Paleo, as well.
PureWow called Dinner in an Instant a book that is “much-needed.” According to Buzzfeed, Dinner in an Instant is the perfect book for people who are “completely addicted” to using their Instant Pot.
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