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The only Instant Pot cookbook organized by function, How to Instant Pot is both a guide to understanding the Instant Pot basics and a creative collection of over 100 recipes crafted to take advantage of the Instant Pot.

Learn to make ...

... perfect risotto or polenta, no stirring required

... Yogurt (or crème fraîche)

... chili, soups and stews from scratch in under an hour

‘How to Instant Pot’ is everything you wish was in the Instant Pot manual, and so much more. This easy-to-read cookbook demystifies each preset on the Instant Pot and offers plenty of approachable yet sophisticated recipes for each function. ‘How to Instant Pot’ is the key to making sure you get the most out of this versatile machine.
— Beth Moncel, author of "Budget Bytes: Over 100 Easy, Delicious Recipes to Slash Your Grocery Bill in Half"

Daniel Shumski, the indisputable king of appliance cookbooks, has done it again with ‘How to Instant Pot.’ Timely, ingenious, and thoroughly researched, with instructions so clear, your 8-year-old can execute the recipes with ease and panache. Dan’s wit and insightful tips spice up recipes that are innovative, flavorful, and practical.
— Raghavan Iyer, President, Board of Directors at IACP

This is the book Instant Pot owners have been waiting for! In a perfect world, it would be tucked inside the box of every new Instant Pot.
— Christy Jordan,

Shumski truly understands the home cook: ‘How to Instant Pot’ answered questions I didn’t even know I had for an appliance I wasn’t sure where to start with. [It] makes me feel like my funny BFF is right there in my sauce-spattered kitchen, talking me through every dish.
— Emily Wight, author of "Well Fed, Flat Broke: Recipes for Modest Budgets and Messy Kitchens" and "Dutch Feast"

Recipe from the book: Smoky Potato & Kale Soup

Recipe from the book:
Beef Barbacoa Tacos

Shumski’s book breaks down the pot by function, and each chapter is devoted to one. His recipes tell home cooks which buttons to press and how the pot reacts — invaluable advice, it turns out, for nervous cooks or Instant Pot newbies.
— Sarah Baker Hansen, Omaha World-Herald
If you’re ... feeling apprehensive about giving the Instant Pot a try, I can ... recommend Daniel Shumski’s ‘How to Instant Pot,’ which goes into great detail about what each button does and the best way to accomplish simple tasks.
— Nick Kindelsperger, Chicago Tribune
Those on the fence about purchasing the appliance would do well to give the book a look, and those who already have Instant Pots will find Shumski’s guide useful.
— Publishers Weekly