Instant Pot Cabbage Chicken – Chicken Cabbage Curry

Instant pot Cabbage Chicken – Chicken Cabbage Curry is very inexpensive, simple, easy, and quick to make, and you can feed the family a nutritious, tasty meal for very little. It combines vegetables (cabbage) and protein (chicken) in a quick one-pot meal. This pressure cooker cabbage chicken curry is like a stew, and is very good. This recipe is rather old-fashioned. Nothing fancy, and it uses the regular spices like red chili powder (cayenne pepper), ground coriander, ground cumin, and …

Instant Pot Mushroom Biryani – Shahi Biryani

This perfect instant pot Mushroom Biryani – Shahi Biryani is uncomplicated and turns out exemplary, every time! The fiery color, the strong aroma, and the fluffy rice makes this biryani a marvelous vegetarian main dish. This recipe is so simple and versatile that you should totally try making it. I can assure you that this recipe will not let you down. What is Biryani? Biryani is long-grained rice with whole spices as well as ground spices and is layered with …

Instant Pot Walnut Chicken – Murg Akhrot Curry

Are you looking for a way to impress your friends and family while doing very little work? Try this Instant Pot Walnut Chicken – Murg Akhrot Curry made in an Instant Pot. It’s comforting enough for a pretty low key fast weeknight meal, but can also be made for a fancy dinner when you want to impress your family and friends. This recipe is pretty easy and quick and most likely you have most of the ingredients on hand. There’s …

Instant Pot Palak Dal – Spinach Lentil Soup

If you’re looking to ease up your meals and make something simple and quick, this one-pot healthy Instant Pot Palak Dal – Spinach Lentil Soup recipe is for you! It’s one of my all-time favorite dal and I hope you like it too.   The base for this lovely, everyday lentil soup is toor dal / arhar dal (pigeon pea lentil) coupled with hearty spinach (palak) for plenty of plant-based fiber and flavor.   In the actual recipe lentils and …

Instant Pot Mushroom Methi – Corn Mushroom Curry

Corn enhances any meal with its bright color and sweet taste. Fenugreek (methi), spinach (palak), and half-and-half or heavy whipping cream (malai) blend together to make this a pleasingly rich and nutrient packed curry. This fast and effortless Instant Pot Mushroom Methi – Corn Mushroom Curry made in an instant pot is on the table in 25 minutes and ideal for a weeknight meal. I serve this both as a side dish or a main dish. When it is the …

Instant Pot Kashmiri Chicken – Spicy Chicken Curry

This Instant Pot Kashmiri Chicken – Spicy Chicken Curry is hands down one of my favorite instant pot chicken recipe. Why??? Because it is really quick, doesn’t require dicing onions or tomatoes. All you need is chicken, yogurt and a few spices. Can we all just admit that cooking EVERYDAY is really hard?!! Between working, household chores, running errands, and shuffling kids to and from activities, life can get so very BUSY. With a few simple recipes like this one …

Instant Pot Amti Dal – Sweet and Sour Maharashtrian Dal

Instant Pot Amti Dal – Sweet and Sour Maharashtrian Dal is traditionally made with toor dal / arhar dal (pigeon pea lentil). If you have tried some of my other dal recipes like Sultani dal, or Methi dal you will find that those dals are of thick consistency. Those are North Indian/Punjabi dals and are meant to be thick. The consistency of this dal is supposed to be thin and slightly watery. In the original recipe the dal is pressure cooked …

Instant Pot Paneer Lababdar – Easy Paneer Lababdar

Instant Pot Paneer Lababdar – Easy Paneer Lababdar is a perfect dish to make when you have people over for dinner. You can pair it with roti, naan, or steamed rice. You can make this restaurant style paneer in the comforts of your home. It is very easy to make in an instant pot and a favorite among most people. How do we make Instant Pot Paneer Lababdar – Easy Paneer Lababdar? It is very easy to make and takes …

Punjabi Dhaba Chicken Curry – Instant Pot Dhaba Chicken

I grew up in Mumbai, India. My family would often take me to dhaba’s (roadside restaurants) to eat food during our road trips in North India. When, I was probably 10 years old there weren’t a lot of dhaba “inspired” restaurants. There were actual roadside dhaba’s. Punjabi food served in dhaba’s is simple, spicy, and full of flavor. I remember food being served on big brass and steel plates.  I used to always order chicken and rumali roti (thin flat-bread) …