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Instant Pot 5252247 Official Mesh Steamer Baskets, Set of 2, Stainless Steel

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If you are planning to steam vegetables in the Instant Pot regularly, I highly recommend purchasing a steamer basket. Store leftover instant pot veggies in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to four days. They would remain fresh during this time. If you have some fresh vegetables on hand, you can make these Instant Pot vegetables in just a few minutes. Why You’ll Love This Recipe

The instant pot is an electric pressure cooker that cooks food under high pressure in less time. I am a huge fan of my instant pot as it is a hands-free and hassle-free method of cooking. Jump to: Learn the fastest and easiest way to steam veggies without any hassle at all. This instant pot steamed vegetables recipe is so stress-free, you'll never want to steam veggies any other way again! But steaming in the microwave or on the stovetop can be quite annoying because you always have to watch the water level while doing other things. Not to mention increasing the humidity in your kitchen or even getting a blast of steam in your face. I use broccoli, baby carrots, and cauliflower, but you can use a medley of any veggies of your choice. Add brussels sprouts, zucchini, asparagus, red bell peppers, or green beans.You can find Instant Pot’s time guide here: https://instantpot.com/instantpot-cooking-time/#tab-id-1.

Select the cooking program you want to use – I recommend selecting “Pressure cook” (or “Manual”) on HIGH pressure, though you can also use the “Steam” function if you like. But if you want to try and see if steaming in Instant Pot is for you, you can still make steamed vegetables in the Instant Pot without it.

What to Serve with Instant Pot Steamed Vegetables

I find the easiest way to warm up steamed vegetables is in the microwave. You can also reheat them on the stovetop or in the oven. Frequently Asked Questions Some electric pressure cookers come with an "egg" or "steam" setting, but we're bypassing that here to keep things utterly simple. Using high pressure on the manual setting will steam your eggs perfectly, don't worry. Brussel sprouts: Trim the ends and remove the outer leaves from each Brussels sprout. If the sprouts are large, slice them in half. If they are small, you can leave them as is. Eggs: Steaming eggs in the Instant Pot is my new favorite way to cook them. Hard-boiled eggs take just 5 minutes.

These Instant Pot steam times charts provide estimates of the length of time various foods should be steamed under pressure in an Instant Pot. Although this recipe tells you to set the pressure cooking time to zero minutes, the actual cooking time is about 10 to 15 minutes. It is important to remember that the Instant Pot will begin heating the water and producing steam while it builds up pressure, and that the food will start steaming during this time. Yes, you can. If you have a metal or silicone steamer basket, you can just place it straight in the Instant Pot over the water. You will need an instant pot pressure cooker for this recipe and also a steam basket. The basket is usually sold separately but you can get this from a store or online. You can use a mesh basket or a silicone basket but make sure it is the right size that fits in your instant pot.

Why You’ll Love This Recipe

Instant Pot Steamed vegetables make a perfect healthy side dish. They are very easy to make, and you can create your own favorite vegetable medley. Cut and chop the vegetables and place them into the Instant Pot. Use the Delay Start function or turn on the pressure cooker before setting the table for dinner. You can leave the fresh vegetables in the Instant Pot for up to 8 hours.

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