Pressure King Pro Recipes

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Pressure King Pro RecipesCreamy chicken pasta in a pressure cooker

This is a collection of all my favourite pressure king pro recipes. From one pot pastas to curries to tacos, there’s all kinds of delicious recipes here, all made extra quick thanks to the pressure king pro.

Pressure King Pro Recipes Collection

The pressure king pro works like any other pressure cooker or instant pot. It fills with pressurised steam which cooks thing super quickly and keeps in loads of flavour and healthy nutrients.

Since getting my pressure king pro I’ve tried cooking loads of different recipes in it and have completely fallen in love with the quick cooking and all the flavour it keeps locked into food. Keep scrolling to find my favourite pressure king pro recipes.

The pressure king pro has 12 different settings for cooking: Meat, Rice, Stew, Soup, Pasta, Fish, Steam, Browning, Fast Re-heat, Keep Warm/Slow Cook and Delay Timer.

Tips for cooking with the pressure king pro

  • Pressure cooking is great for cooking big batches of food. I love to use it for making a big meal on a Monday night and then I’ve got it for lunches and dinners throughout the week
  • The ‘Keep Warm’ function also acts as a slow cooker option so you can get rid of another gadget!
  • My favourite thing about the pressure king pro is the delay function. It means that I can get everything ready in the pressure cooker and then delay cooking so that it’s ready for when I get home from work

Why would you use a pressure cooker?

As I mentioned above, the pressure cooker cooks things much more quickly than traditional cooking methods. It also helps lock moisture into the food which gives amazing texture and makes sure meat gets super tender.

How long does it take to cook meat in the pressure cooker?

That really depends on what meat you’re trying to cook. I’ve cooked chicken in the pressure cooker and I like to use the browning function first and then cook under pressure for 5 minutes and it comes out perfectly.

Larger joints of meat can take longer but will still take much less than in the oven, about 45-60 minutes. See below for some of my favourite meat recipes in the pressure cooker.

Where to buy your pressure king pro

Get your pressure king pro on Amazon, keep scrolling to get all my favourite pressure king pro recipes:

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Pressure Cooker Creamy Chicken PastaCreamy chicken pasta in a pressure cooker

This creamy chicken pasta is ultimate comfort food. With just a few simple ingredients and a pressure cooker or instant pot you can have a filling dinner on the table even on the busiest of weeknights!

Three chipotle chicken tacos on a wooden board with lime wedges and sour creamPressure Cooker Chipotle Chicken Tacos

These chipotle chicken tacos are made so quick and easy by using a pressure cooker or instant pot. The chicken is cooked in a spicy tomato sauce then shredded before stuffing into the tacos with all your favourite toppings. 

Bowl of creamy cauliflower curry with rice on a hesian matCreamy Cauliflower Curry in the Pressure Cooker

This creamy cauliflower curry has an amazing butter chicken style sauce but switches out the meat for a great vegetarian meal. You can make it in the pressure cooker or Instant Pot in a matter of minutes!

Metal bowl of saag aloo with white rice topped with coriander leaves on a patterned tea towelEasy Pressure Cooker Saag Aloo

Saag aloo is one of my favourite take away dishes! Now you can make your own version quickly and easily in a pressure cooker or instant pot so you can have this vegetarian dish any night of the week.

Pasta in a pressure cooker with olives, peppers and red onionPressure Cooker Pasta with Mediterranean Vegetables

This pressure cooker pasta is so simple and is full of mediterranean flavour! Make it in an instant pot or electric pressure cooker and have dinner on the table in a matter of minutes. Serve with a good grating of parmesan for a delicious weeknight meal. 

Pressure Cooker Curry with Potato & AuberginePressure Cooker Curry with Potato & Aubergine. You won't believe how quick and easy this pressure cooker curry is! It's perfect for an instant pot or any electric pressure cooker. Serve with rice for a healthy vegetarian dinner. #curry#pressurecooker #instantpot #vegetarian #curry

You won’t believe how quick and easy this pressure cooker curry is! It’s perfect for an instant pot or any electric pressure cooker. Serve with rice for a healthy vegetarian dinner.

Bowl of pressure cooker chicken casserole stirred through pasta on a blue backgroundPressure Cooker Chicken Casserole with Kale & White Beans

Chicken casserole is such good comfort food and with a pressure cooker or instant pot it can be ready in next to no time! It’s perfect served with pasta, mashed potatoes or anything else you fancy.

Bowl of pressure cooker coconut curry on a wooden tray with bread in the backgroundVegan Pressure Cooker Coconut Curry with Sweet Potato

This creamy coconut curry  is so easy and packed with healthy ingredients like sweet potato, broccoli and chickpeas! Plus it’s made in the pressure cooker or instant pot and it’s suitable for vegans.


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  • Reply
    Sandra Donelan
    29/01/2019 at 9:23 AM

    Thank you Amy I will look forward to learning all the tips and tricks with my Pressure King Pro. I have only used it once since purchasing as I am unsure of timings, so this will help me tremendously. I look forward to trying your delicious recipes

    • Reply
      30/01/2019 at 9:22 PM

      Thanks so much Sandra, it’s such a great gadget, I hope you enjoy using it and trying some new recipes 🙂

  • Reply
    03/02/2019 at 9:33 AM

    Hello Amy, i have one question, i don’t have the soute function, i have steam. Is it the same? Or can you tell me how can i cook without lid? Thank you

  • Reply
    05/10/2019 at 4:40 AM

    wow this is great thank you amy

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