The instant pot is not your average pot.
It is a big step up from a regular kitchen appliance.
The simplicity and flexibility of this model makes it ideal for all types of cooking.
Here are a few tips and tricks to get the most out of your Instantpot.1.
Get the right grain.
The rice flour in this Instant Pot should be a good quality.
I used a whole wheat, brown rice flour from Whole Foods.
I’m not a fan of corn flour because it is sticky and tends to melt the pot.
I like my flour from rice flour because that’s what I have on hand.
It’s also much more affordable.2.
Add your spices.
This is a huge step in the right direction because you need to use your spices to spice up your rice flour.
To get the best results, I prefer to add 1 tablespoon of chili powder, 1 tablespoon each of garlic powder, paprika, oregano, chili powder (or any other spices you have on your list), dried oreganos, and thyme.
This gives the Instant Pot a nice blend of spice flavors.3.
Adjust the heat.
The best way to adjust the heat of your instant pot, is to set the heat to high.
You want the Instant Pots to be about the same temperature as your stovetop.
If your Instant Pops are too hot, the rice flour will be too thick.
I prefer my Instant Pot at about 375°F.
If you have a smaller pot, you might need to adjust your burner to get your rice grain to just the right consistency.4.
Add in your broth.
If it is your first time making rice flour using the InstantPot, you may want to add some broth to your rice.
I usually add about 2 tablespoons of water to a gallon of rice flour and use it to add a little extra flavor.
The Instant Pot can be used to cook rice as a noodle, a stew, or to add more flavor to rice flour when it is cooked into the rice.5.
Add a little more water.
Add about a teaspoon of water per 1-1/2 cups of rice.6.
Add some broth.
I add about 1/4 cup of broth to the Instantpot at a time to add flavor and moisture.
The broth is great for making a quick noodle or adding flavor to the rice if you don’t have enough broth.7.
Add more rice.
Adding more rice into the Instant pot is optional but it can help.
The instant porridge can be added to the bottom of the Instant Poop when it comes out of the pot after the rice has cooled.
It also makes a great addition to soups or stews, as it is so inexpensive and it tastes great.8.
Add the rice and vegetables.
You can add some veggies like broccoli, carrots, cabbage, peas, and onions.
I always add a pinch of salt and pepper to the noodles and rice as well as to the broth.
You might want to put a little salt and a little pepper in the Instant Potato.
The soup you make can also be made with more rice and veggies.9.
Adjust your heat.
If the InstantPots are too warm, you can add in a little water.
I normally add about one cup of water in the pot to add just a little bit of extra flavor and bring it up to 375° for the Instant Boil.
If they are too cold, I usually set them to about the boiling point of water.