This easy french dip recipe is a go-to for me on so many occasions. I love it for comfort food Sunday, serving it for guests, or a quick weeknight dinner because my kids love it so much! Now I've included how to make this in your instant pot! How to make french dip You need a nice, lean roast to have the best french dip. I'm sharing two ways to cook it to perfection. For years I've slow cooked it in the oven, but now that we have all the instant pots I've been making it in that. . . .
This is the best pulled pork recipe! I have adapted a recipe originally by Paula Dean and made it more to my taste. The liquid smoke part is kind of amazing- that stuff works wonders on meat, giving it an extra dimension of flavor that a slow cooker just can't do. Making The Rub Mix the dry rub ingredients in small bowl. Rub the rub all over the roast! Pressing into the meat. Cover with plastic and refrigerate for 1-2 hours. When your 1-2 hours are done, combine liquid . . .
Want a simple dinner with only 3 ingredients? Instant Pot Italian beef sandwiches. Or some may call, Pepperoncini Beef. Literally all you need is a good beef roast and a bottle of pepperoncinis. I personally like to add in an onion (and so do our commenters!) Top it on a nice crusty bread roll and its perfect. If you're from the west you'll likely also top it with cheese but understand that is NOT how the Italians do it haha. How to make Instant Pot Italian beef sandwiches You can make . . .
I have had this sweet and sour meatballs recipe from way back in my younger married years. Before kids, when we ate more take-out than homemade meals.... Before responsibility :) However, this is totally a kid friendly and kid loveable meal. My children devour these sweet-n-sour meatballs. In fact I usually have to make a double batch and they are still GONE. I recently tried them in the instant pot and it worked! I'll always be making these meatballs in the pressure cooker. These pressure . . .
These drunken noodles ruined me in high school, RUINED me. Pad Kee Mao is one of those dishes I crave, and I crave it even though I am thousands of miles away from the dang thai restaurant. I have found that no two thai resturants make them the same. Our favorite thai place where I live now make Pad Kee Mao that comes pretty close but to the original but if I want it perfect I just have to make them myself. It's a good thing these drunken noodles are so easy. One of the best things about . . .
This egg salad sandwich was always a favorite of mine growing up! I made it so simply with just a few ingredients for my sample palate back then. Now that I'm older and wiser there are a few addition ingredients I love in my egg salad sandwich. This egg salad sandwich post is in collaboration with Redmonds RealSalt. All opinions about the product are our own. Post-Easter hard boiled egg frenzy is not the only time I like to make egg salad. I often will just make egg salad and eat it . . .
There are a number of holidays were we loooove to eat ham. Ham is delicious, with a salty flavor that pairs perfect with all the hundreds of holiday sides we love to serve. However, ham is also BIG and can take hours to bake...and then it often dries out. What if I told you you could cook a ham in about a half an hour? A nice big ham, not dried out, in a pressure cooker for 7 minutes! You'll never go back. Pressure cooker ham is the way to go! Let me show you how I do it in my instant . . .
One of our favorite, fast, weeknight meals is fajitas. For years I relied on the seasoning packets to whip this meal up - but I recently discovered I could do it from scratch with just as much ease and with double or triple the tastiness. Marinate For Juicy Flavorful Chicken I start by marinating my chicken. 2-3 hours works, but overnight would be even better. I add lots of lime juice, lime zest, garlic, olive oil, cumin, chipotle, and onion powder for the yummiest chicken you ever did . . .
A couple weeks ago I tried out instant pot meatloaf and my whole family was blown away! We decided to take this meatloaf up a notch (if that's even possible) and make it instant pot cheeseburger meatloaf. How did the instant pot change up my meatloaf to make it so much better than oven baked meatloaf? My instant pot meatloaf comes out fluffy and moist. It's not dry or over cooked. It's all the right things. How to make instant pot cheeseburger meatloaf I start out by using 2 pounds . . .
Are there any "dump-the-jar-of-prego-into-a-saucepan-and-warm-up" peeps out there? Hopefully not for long because this sauce is easy AND delicious! I've never been a fan of jarred sauces. There is just something about the flavor of them that I don't like. My mom never used sauce in a jar and so I never have either. Homemade Spaghetti Seasoning The seasoning in this dish are probably in your pantry already, and you're never going to want to eat the jarred stuff again. Skip the . . .
Beef and Broccoli is a fast, delicious easy week night dinner for any family! We love making it now in our pressure cooker. Pressure cooker beef and broccoli comes out tender and delicious! You use the same sauce and ingredients, it's just done to perfection! If you don't have a pressure cooker, no worries! This recipe on the stove-top is amazing too. When I was a kid I fell in love with beef and broccoli stuck to it. Didn't want anything else. No sweet n' sour, not anything. My parents were . . .
Growing up red enchiladas were always a favorite...that love has spilled over into my own little family as well. These are always a delicious, easy, comfort food that we enjoy. My mom always relied on the seasoning packet for these babies - 'cause lets face it - canned red sauce is...well...yucky. So I have a red enchilada sauce recipe that will knock your socks off. Items From Your Pantry I actually really like the good ol' seasoning packet as well, but making homemade is nearly as easy . . .