Pressure Cooker Vegan Recipes

Pressure Cooker Vegan Recipes – I have a few pet peeves, but only one has to do with this pressure cooker vegan chili recipe, so this is the one you’ll learn about today. This is it.

I can’t stand it when people refer to the Instant Pot as an InstaPot. There. I said it. I feel better now.

Pressure Cooker Vegan Recipes

Pressure Cooker Vegan Recipes

Do weird things like this ever bother you? Please tell me I’m not alone. And please tell me you know what an Instant Pot is, or this whole introduction is going to sound confusing. Sorry about that.

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Anyway, if you’ve been living under a rock or aren’t on Facebook (who could blame you?), you probably haven’t heard of the Instant Pot. In short, it’s a fantastic multi-function electric appliance that basically works like a pressure cooker but can make yogurt and cook amazing quinoa and rice and, of course, vegan chili . 🙂 You probably know at least one person who got one but hasn’t even taken it out of the box yet. For some reason, pressure cooking in particular is very scary and confusing for many people. It doesn’t help that the manual that comes with the Instant Pot isn’t the most useful document on the planet. So, one post at a time, I’ll be sharing the recipes and tutorials that have been well-tested in my kitchen, so you can start feeling more confident about using this counter ( worth it). Here’s what we’ve covered so far:

Beth, real chili doesn’t have lentils. It has beans. Or not, depending on who you ask. I am confused.

Okay, I think we gave away the “certified” designation when we threw the word “vegan” in front of this recipe, mmmkay? This is chili. I said so. So there.

You will need two types of lentils – red lentils, and brown or green lentils. The red lentils break down into a magically thick consistency, while the brown/green lentils hold their shape and add the desired texture. I also rely on this combo in the Pressure Cooker Lentil Soup, to get reviews. Red lentils also make an appearance in the Pressure Cooker Marinara Sauce. They are sneaky and I love them’.

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The next thing? pepper! Any chili worth its spoon has peppers, and this Christmas concoction (along with an onion) represents three different types—red bell pepper, poblano pepper, and jalapeño. One is sweet, one is rich and kind of spicy, and one brings the heat, baby. Don’t you like it spicy? Leave out the jalapeno. But leave the poblano. Worth it. And if you’re feeling extra adventurous, add a dollop of chipotle puree – it’ll take it over the top, bet.

Here’s how it goes. First, you’ll sauté peppers, onions, and garlic in the Instant Pot or other pressure cooker. Then you add chili powder and cumin, lentils, some crushed and chopped tomatoes, and water or vegetable broth. Give it a boost, lock the lid, and cook on high pressure for 10 minutes. It takes a few minutes to reach pressure, so the actual cooking time is longer than 10 minutes, just FYI. Then, you wait for the pressure to come down on its own – this is called natural pressure release. Once that’s done, you open the lid, and a strange tomato-y surface stares back at you. Take a spoon and mix, and all will be good in the world. As my Vida would say, “Phew! That was close.”

And that, my friends, is how to make vegan chili pressure cooker. I don’t mind saying it’s GOOD. But it’s even better with toppings – like…

Pressure Cooker Vegan Recipes

It’s time to eat! This chili tastes great right out of the pot, or if you can wait, it’s even better the next day. I think that’s like the Universal Law of Chili – eat it the next day. But if you can’t wait… I’ll get it.

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Another day, another local TV scene. Is this going to be a thing, you ask? YES! I will be doing monthly segments on AM Northwest going forward. It’s so much fun! When I made this chili, there was a little bump, you have to watch the video to see what happened. 🙂

Do you have a question? Ask me in the comments! Did you do it? Tell me about it! Leave a comment (and rating, please!), and tag @ and # on Instagram! It makes me happier than a lentil in a chili bath.

Going to bed before the writing gets any sillier. Go take your Instant Pot out of the box! Baby steps. 🙂

Vegan Chili is an easy way to make healthy and wholesome plant-based food that will please everyone! An excellent recipe for the Instant Pot.

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Optional: Stir in 1 cup of vegetable meat substitute after cooking, let them cook on the saute function for 3 minutes before serving.

Serving: 1 bowl Calories: 237 kcal Carbohydrates: 43 g Protein: 13 g Fat: 1.5 g Sodium: 861 mg Sugar: 7 g Vitamin A: 400 IU Vitamin C: 81.7 mg

Beth is a food photographer and recipe developer based in the Pacific Northwest. She never gets tired of snuggling with her two beautiful children and wants heaps of chocolate chip cookies for her husband, who is the most amazing man she knows. Keep in touch with Beth on Instagram, Pinterest, Facebook, and Twitter.Made from scratch, the world’s simplest and healthiest Chickpea Curry prepared with easy-to-find Indian spices and a humble tomato-onion masala.

Pressure Cooker Vegan Recipes

Starting Monday with a healthy and delicious Chickpea Curry, made with dried (too soft) chickpeas cooked in Indian spices and tomato-onion gravy.

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Creamy without the creams or nut milks.. this everyday chickpea curry is vegan, gluten free, dairy free and still full of flavour. It is also very quick to put together. Thanks to my trusty pressure cooker, this chickpea curry flies from the kitchen to the dinner table in about 30 minutes.

Usually I see when we think of vegan chickpea curry.. we think of coconut milk or nut milk instead of yogurt. Don’t you think the same? This curry is vegan but a little different. Different in a way that it doesn’t need milk or yogurt or nut milk for a creamy texture. This curry gets its creamy texture from chickpeas itself which is an old school Indian kitchen hack (check the recipe guide).

I felt that after all the treats and Christmas cookies, a healthy dinner would make perfect sense. It doesn’t have to be a smoothie because it’s the cold winter days. So something warm and spicy but subtle will be perfect. What are you saying?

, then bookmark this recipe for next week. And let’s read on to make this simple chickpea curry.

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Pressure cooker cooking is the most common method of cooking, legumes, lentils and even meat, in Indian cuisine. Not only does it cook food faster… but it also preserves nutrients and adds a lot of flavor to the food. Whenever possible, when making chickpea salads or other chickpea dishes, I prefer to cook a fresh batch in a cooker rather than opening a canned one.

When we prepare daily chickpea curry at home, it is this curry and pressure cooker magic. A mixture of tomatoes, garlic, onions and spices sautéed to bring out their natural flavor and sweetness. Everything is then combined in a pressure cooker – masala, pre-soft and rinsed chickpeas, and a few cups of water. About 10 minutes later, a delicious pot of chickpea curry is ready to rock your winter dinner.

One important thing about cooking dried chickpeas at home is to soak chickpeas in clean water. For best results, soak the chicks overnight or at least for 6-8 hours. During this time, dried chicken will absorb water and the skin will be soft. It is important to drain the water in which the chickens were soaked and use clean water for cooking.

Pressure Cooker Vegan Recipes

To make chickpea curry creamy but still keep it vegan. I take a cup of chickpea curry out of the pot and pulse it with a blender or puree in a food processor. I mix it back in the curry pot and cook uncovered for another 5 minutes.

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All the creaminess you see in the pictures is with this magic wand. No dairy or coconut milk is added to this chickpea curry.

This chickpea curry is not very high on spices and is perfect for a light dinner every day.

Still I would say, feel free to reduce the spices, if you wish, in the curry with milk/cream such as coconut milk (vegan) or yogurt (not-vegan). You can even mix lemon juice. That tone down the spices without adding any calories.

If you don’t have a pressure cooker, follow the instructions below to cook the same curry in a heavy bottom pot.

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To cook in a pot, follow steps 1-3 below, then combine all ingredients in a Dutch oven or heavy-bottomed pot, bring to a boil, cover with a tight-fitting lid and simmer slowly for 25-30 minutes or until chicken is tender. Then follow steps 6 to finish the chickpea curry.

Total Time: 30 mins Prep Time: 5

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