These instant pot Indian recipes are 30 ways your Instant Pot can make tonight’s dinner super easy.
HOW TO MAKE INSTANT POT INDIAN RECIPES AT HOME
Takeout menus may be your go-to on busy evenings or late nights, but instead of throwing away money on takeout, why not try your hand at making your favorite Indian recipes?
I’ve put together a collection of my favorite instant pot Indian recipes, including everything from Dal Makhani and
Chicken Tikka Masala to Spinach Chana Masala, Black Eyed Pea Curry and more.
This collection is really for anyone who loves Indian dishes! The best part? All of these recipes are easy to follow and simple to make.
COMMON INGREDIENTS FOR INSTANT POT INDIAN RECIPES
- Indian spices
- garam masala
- mustard seed
- curry tree
- basmati rice
Try your hand at one of these recipes.
30 INSTANT POT INDIAN RECIPES
- Dal Makhani
- Chicken tikka masala
- Spinach chana masala
- Black eyed pea curry
- Everyday lentil & spinach dal
- Lamb curry
- Chicken curry with potatoes
- Indian potato salad
- Goan pork vindaloo
- Goat curry
- Indian butter chicken
- Chicken tikka bites
- Curried butternut squash soup
- Aloo Gobi – Curried Potato Cauliflower
- Eggplant Sambar Recipe – Indian Yellow Lentil Tamarind Dal
- Chana Saag – Chickpea Spinach Curry
- Black Eyed Pea stew with Cauliflower and Potatoes
- Lentil Veggie Dhansak
- Indian Spiced Smashed Potatoes
- Vegetable Masala Subzi
- Sweet or Meethi Seviyan
- Cabbage & Peas Stir Fry
- Bhindi Masala / Okra Stir Fry
- Brown Basmati Rice
- Basmati Rice
- Chicken Biryani
- Kale Chana Dal (Kale Chickpeas Stir Fry)
- Tandoori Chicken
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One of my biggest challenges is getting dinner on the table every night. I know how easy it is to meal plan.
But, there’s so much to do in the evenings in such a short period of time. I’d rather talk to my hubby and kids than be in the kitchen cooking.
You may already know how big of a fan of efficiency I am. So the thought of an appliance that cooks dinner for me, that doesn’t come out looking like mush? Yes!
Don’t get me wrong. I LOVE my crockpot. I think that everyone needs one.
But, I have finally given in to a new appliance called the Instant Pot.
WHAT IS AN INSTANT POT?
A multi-cooker, combines 7 kitchen appliances in 1, Pressure Cooker, Slow Cooker, Rice Cooker, Steamer, Sauté, Yogurt Marker and Warmer, prepares dishes up to 70% faster to support your busy lifestyle.
If you don’t already have an Instant Pot, you might be wondering “Why all the fuss?” I know I did!
I don’t really enjoy cooking. So, when I started hearing buzz about the Instant Pot, I didn’t pay much attention.
With so many of my friends getting them, it was hard to ignore the buzz. I kept hearing the same comments: multi-functional, easy, fast.
Mashed potatoes in 15 minutes. Steel cut oats in under 10 minutes. Does the work of multiple kitchen appliances.
You will no longer need your slow cooker, pressure cooker, or rice cooker.
I haven’t met one single person who doesn’t love their Instant Pot.
Why Everyone Is Talking About the Instant Pot
Unlike the old pressure cookers you might be picturing, Instant Pot has multiple safety features to make pressure cooking safer and easier. So, you can enjoy all the benefits of a pressure cooker with fewer risks.
But an Instant Pot is a lot more than a pressure cooker. It’s a rice cooker, slow cooker, sauté pan, steamer and even a yogurt maker! Instead of being ANOTHER kitchen appliance you have to store, it actually takes the place of several so you can free up cabinet or counter space!
I’m not a food blogger, so I checked in with my friends and found some easy Instant Pot recipes for you.
Hi Raki, A great collection of Indian recipes made in the Instant Pot. Thanks for sharing!