115 Instant Pot Recipes

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Today I am sharing these 115 Instant Pot Recipes that will be perfect for your Sunday meal prep.  There is no doubt that instant pot is the new tool that we all love to have in our kitchen.   Pinterest is full of so many Instant Pot recipes, however, today I am happy to share these 115 instant pot recipe I have gathered from my fellow bloggers.

Instant pot has become more popular these days.  Not only does it cook your meal so delicious and easy.  But it also a time saver for you especially when you don’t have a lot of time to cook.  There are many ways to use your Instant Pot for all your meal prep.  I have read so many articles about Instant Pot and it made me think that I think it’s time that I buy one for myself.  So hopefully, my husband will get my hint about it. Read more

Gluten-Free Banana Pancakes Recipe

Today I am sharing you this gluten-free banana pancakes. I always love eating pancakes, however, I am allergic to anything with flour or wheat, I stopped eating pancakes. Until I found out that there is a gluten-free flour that I can buy.  The price for gluten-free is a bit high but definitely worth it.  My husband was telling me that sometimes you have to spend more on food to meet what you need.

This gluten-free banana pancake is not hard to make at all. In fact, when I was making this pancakes my husband and kids were like hmmm I wonder how it’s gonna taste. I used two ripe bananas, two organic eggs, ½ cup white sugar, 1 teaspoon baking powder, 1½ cup gluten-free flour and ½ cup milk. I used the electric mixer to make mix the butter well. Read more

Fish Soup with Sweet Potato Leaves

Fish soup with sweet potato leaves is the recipe that I’m gonna be sharing with you today. Sweet Potato leave is very healthy, it’s a good source of protein niacin, calcium, and iron. It’s also a great source of dietary fiber, vitamin a, vitamin c, thiamin, and more. Growing up my mom always boiled sweet potato leaves and make a salad out of it.

She will mix it with onions, tomatoes, a little bit of vinegar, salt, and pepper. You can also add spice to the salad if you want it a little bit spicy. In some occasion, she will include the sweet potato leave in the soup, which is something I love the most. I have been buying my sweet potato leaves at the farmers market in Atlanta. Read more

Spaghetti Squash with Chicken

I’m so excited to share this recipe, Spaghetti Squash with Chicken is something that I just came up out. I know spaghetti don’t have many vegetables because must of the time we just mix sauce and meat.  However, at this time I decided to add more ingredients to make it tastier.  As some of you know, I am gluten-free, so that’s why I used the spaghetti squash.

On my spaghetti squash with chicken, I used about three boneless chicken breast, which I sliced into thin. The spaghetti squash I used is a large size, then I also use parsley, tomatoes, ginger, green onions, onions, mix color bell peppers, and garlic. I also use dried oregano, olive oil, and the Filipino sweet spaghetti sauce. Read more

Banana Blossoms With Fish

Today I am sharing you this Banana  Blossoms with Fish recipe.  This recipe is very flavorful and does not require a lot of ingredients at all.  Lately, I was able to visit one of my favorite farmers market in Atlanta. Whenever I’m there I always buy food that I want to make.

Most of the food I buy at this place is fish, the banana blossoms, and other vegetables which I cannot find in any local store near me. Banana blossoms are one of my favorites to eat back when I was a child, so finding them here in the US is a big deal for me. Read more

Venison with Winged Bean

Today I am going to share you this Venison with Winged Bean.  Another delicious recipe that I came up since I was not sure what to make for dinner a few nights ago.  Winged Bean is very delicious vegetables that you can use on a lot of recipes.  You can even make a salad using Win Bean, I grew up eating Win Bean all the time since we have this on our farm.

Winged Bean is also known as the Goa Bean, four-angled bean, four-cornered bean, Manila bean, and Dragon bean.  You will find a lot of this in South and South Asia. They are very easy to grow and when they put out the bean it’s a lot.   I remembered my mom and grandmother uses the winged bean in a lot of their recipe.  It’s very delicious, and it’s crunchy when you use this to a salad it added more flavor to it.

Since I came to the US it’s my first to ever eat the Winged Bean. The reason is, it’s hard to find this kind of vegetables anywhere.  I have to go to a farmers market that carries all international food.  Luckily when I went to Buford Farmers Market in Atlanta, I found it and oh my the price is high but you know what it’s worth buying.  My husband definitely enjoyed eating this winged bean.

Incorporating this with Venison and other spices was a great idea.  Since I don’t have the beef meat to cook, I decided to just use Venison since I have some tenderloin left. On this recipe, I used 2 pounds of the venison,  sliced onions, cloves of garlic, tomatoes, ginger, oyster sauce, olive oil, 2 pack of the winged beans (I think I have 20 total), salt and ground peppers.

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