The Everyday Mexican Instant Pot Cookbook is the definitive Instant Pot cookbook for real Mexican home cooking made fast and simple.
The Instant Pot is not your abuelita’s pressure cooker. In the first official Instant Pot cookbook for Mexican cuisine, The Everyday Mexican Instant Pot Cookbook captures the classic flavor of Mexican food with the speed and simplicity of your Instant Pot for everyday meals from the heart of Mexico .
This Mexican cookbook showcases a rich variety of regional cuisine, with over 80 recipes that include everything from Roasted Poblano Pepper Tamales to Beef Shank Barbacoa to Mexican Bread Pudding. To enhance the convenience of cooking with your Instant Pot, each recipe in this Mexican cookbook features easy-to-find ingredients and simple, step-by-step instructions to make flavorful Mexican dishes at home.
The Everyday Mexican Instant Pot Cookbook serves up flavorful dishes in a flash, with:
REVIEW by LAWonder10:
This is my new favorite Mexican cuisine cookbook!
From a mild, simple and quick recipe like Mexican Tomato Salsa to more detailed recipes, such as, Boozy Queso Fundido, thee are recipes which will surely satisfy every type of cook and palette.
I found the recipe for Arroz Con Pollo to be much better than the ones II previously used, along with useful information of what areas of Mexico and the U.S. the recipes evolved from, it also contains pantry, cooking method and other ideas, plus charts.
The recipes are all easy to follow.
There are just enough illustrations to add to the appealing, but I would have preferred more.
I offer a Four Stars rating for this book.
*This was sent as a gift with no urging for a positive review. This is my honest review.
ABOUT the AUTHOR:
Hola! I'm Leslie Harris de Limón, creator and food blogger extraordinaire behind La Cocina de Leslie, author of Taquería Tacos, and maker of delicious Mexican food. Welcome to my cocina (kitchen)!
I'm a 43 year old domestic goddess who loves to cook and bake. I was born and raised in sunny southern California, but for the past 17 years I've been living in a small town--about a 2-hour drive north of Guadalajara--in the heart of Mexico.
I have loved to cook for as long as I can remember. Some of my earliest childhood memories are of watching my grandmother make homemade flour tortillas and her famous Shredded Pork Tamales , and of helping my abuelito (grandpa)--who was the baker in the family--dry our own orejones de manzana (apple slices) to make empanadas and/or capirotada (bread pudding).
Having been raised around the foods my grandparents grew up eating in the Mexican states of Sonora and Chihuahua, I thought I knew just about everything there was to know about Mexican food. But it wasn't until I moved to Mexico that I learned that not all Mexican food is the same and that it varies from state to state and sometimes even region to region. With the help of my suegra(mother-in-law) I learned to cook the traditional Mexican dishes like Traditional Mexican Pozole Rojo and Carne de Puerco con Chile.
Mexican food has always been an important part of my life. La Cocina de Leslie is a collection of the traditional Mexican recipes I've learned to make over the years and the Mexican-inspired meals I prepare everyday in my kitchen for my family, which includes 3 hungry teenagers and a college student. It's also a place to share my love of cooking in general. For me, this blog is about so much more than just Mexican food, it's a celebration of the rich culture and traditions Mexico has to offer and a way to share the memorable moments spent in la cocina with family and friends.
For recipes in Spanish visit La Cocina de Leslie (en español).
If you have any questions or suggestions, feel free to email me at email@example.com