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Air Fryer Instant Pot Cookbook

100 Recipes to Cook with Your Air Fryer & Instant Pot Pressure Cooker (Everyday Wellbeing)

Sara Quessenberry

Hardcover

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Description

Air Fryer Instant Pot Cookbook presents over 100 family-friendly recipes for delicious mains, appetizers, sides, breakfasts, and desserts—complete with an introduction to the appliances' convenient features and solutions to rookie mistakes.

Cooking at home has never been easier. Instant Pots take the pressure out of weeknight dinners with stress-free cooking and air fryers produce delicious fried food that is healthier than fast food and made in the comfort of your own home. Whether you're looking for tasty weekday dinners for the whole family, entertaining your friends on a budget, or are the busy multitasker who never seems to have enough time to cook: these home cookware appliances are just what you need to feed your stomach and your soul. 

Vegetarian, vegan, meat lovers, keto, you name it. This book is packed with all kinds of recipes for just about every diet. It includes everything from breakfast to dinner (and all the snacks in between) as well as some desserts, for those of us who have a sweet tooth. Gourmet meals loaded with flavor are within your reach. Here are just a few of over 100 recipes.

With your pressure cooker:
  • Vegetable Pot Stickers with Sesame-Ginger Dipping Sauce
  • Apple Cider and Thyme–Braised Brisket
  • Enchiladas Rancheras
  • Pulled Pork Sandwiches
  • Double Chocolate Cheesecake
With your air fryer:
  • Pork Katzu
  • Avocado Fries with Spicy Mayo Dip
  • Baked S'mores Bananas
  • Baby Back Memphis Ribs
  • Crispy Tofu With Thai Noodles
Easy, step-by-step instructions, accompanied with photography throughout, will guide you into culinary mastery...or just a wonderful home-cooked meal.

Discover today’s top trending health and wellness topics with the Everyday Wellbeing series from Chartwell Books. From smart eating habits to personal growth advice, these engaging lifestyle guides give you the expert tips and life hacks you need to help you make good choices while practicing mindfulness and self-love. Whether you want to explore cooking with new ingredients like adaptogens and CBD, or make it a priority to incorporate self-care into your daily routine, these brightly colored take-along handbooks have the tools you need to succeed.

Other titles in the series include: The Celery Juice Cookbook, Adaptogens, The CBD Handbook, The Complete Guide to Self-Care, and The Plant-Based Cookbook.
 

Chartwell Books, 9780785838661, 160pp.

Publication Date: December 1, 2020



About the Author

Sara Quessenberry is a cook, food stylist, recipe developer, and author. Sara co-wrote The Good Neighbor Cookbook, which was voted Best Books 2011: Cooking by Library Journal. She also collaborated on the New York Times best-seller The Can't Cook Book. She is currently the food/web director of JessicaSeinfeld.com, a website for beginner cooks. Her next collaboration with Seinfeld is Food Swings: 125+ Recipes to Enjoy Your Life of Virtue & Vice