One of the funky, backwater delights of Cajun country is a huge pot of shrimp boiled along with potatoes and corn in a ton of spicy seasonings, spilled onto a table (platters are optional), dunked in dipping sauce, and devoured with pitchers of ice-cold beer.
Carnitas, literally meaning "little meats", is a dish of Mexican cuisine originating from the state of Michoacán. Carnitas are made by braising or simmering pork in oil or preferably lard until tender.
A deliciously quick weeknight meal that packs plenty of punch. Easily adapt the recipe with ground beef or ground chicken, or try it with 50/50 coleslaw and broccoli slaw. The original recipe is listed for Whole30 or paleo diet, so follow the link below if you're not sure which ingredients need to be substituted. Prep... Continue Reading →
Another variation of Instant Pot chicken wings that the whole family enjoyed. We did opt for the step to marinade the wings for a bit. Great flavor!
This recipe could not be any easier and the results are outstanding. We've tried so many shredded chicken taco options, and this one by far has the most flavor ... thanks to Penzeys!
Our entire family enjoyed this easy recipe! Flat iron steak is the second most tender cut behind tenderloin — perfect for slicing and absorbing the delicious sauce.
This award-winning chili recipe from Oh Sweet Basil was a winner in our house too! The depth the bacon flavor adds and variety of beans used make this a hearty chili for those winter days. The Instant Pot provides the taste as if it's been cooking all day.