Most Popular Pressure Cooker Recipes of 2015
Hope your new year is off to a great start. Today I’m sharing the most popular pressure cooking recipes of 2015 on Pressure Cooking Today. These are the top 10 most viewed recipes I posted in 2015.
Most Popular Pressure Cooker Recipes of 2015
#10 – Risotto Bolognese – Creamy risotto cooked in a flavorful bolognese sauce is a hearty meal that’s quick and easy to make in the pressure cooker.
#9 – Samoa Cheesecake – A rich, dense New York style cheesecake with a crisp chocolate graham cracker crust crowned with a coconut caramel topping and finished with a drizzle of semi-sweet chocolate.
#8 – Peanut Butter Cup Cheesecake – A peanut butter chocolate chip cheesecake with an Oreo cookie crust, dripping with milk chocolate ganache and crowned with chopped peanut butter cups.
#7 – Shredded Beef Enchiladas – Tender shredded beef wrapped in a soft flour tortilla covered in a not too spicy, flavorful sauce and Mexican cheese, then baked until it’s golden brown and gooey.
#6 – Teri’s Pressure Cooker Sausage and Peppers – Mild Italian sausages and sweet mini bell peppers pressure cooked in a flavorful tomato sauce.
#5 – The Best Pressure Cooker Rice Pudding – Make the best creamy, old fashioned rice pudding quicker and easier using a pressure cooker.
#4 – Baked Beans – Baked beans in a sweet, smokey, sticky sauce are a popular side dish especially in the summer with whatever you’re grilling.
#3 – Pork Sirloin Tip Roast – A tender pork sirloin tip roast coated in a spicy rub and cooked with apple juice to give it just a little bit of sweetness.
#2 – Stuffed Cabbage Rolls – Cabbage leaves stuffed with a ground beef, pork and rice filling pressure cooked in a flavorful tomato sauce until they’re tender and ready to eat in minutes instead of hours.
#1 – Corned Beef and Cabbage – a good old-fashioned Irish meal, Corned Beef and Cabbage, cooked better and faster in the pressure cooker.
It was a delicious year! I hope yours was too. I’d love to hear if you’ve made one of these recipes during 2015. If you haven’t you’ll definitely want to pin some to make this year.
new instant pot owner.
Great! Have fun 🙂
Barbara, you are my hero!!! Many years ago my Mom taught me how to use a pressure cooker to have dinner ready when they would get home from work. Our favorite was beef stew & stuffed artichokes but we made a lot of other things in it. It was a stove top model I think a Mirro. I had one for many years that I used on my gas stove but when I moved to our new home it had a flat top glass electric & it didn’t sit flat anymore. I used slow cookers but missed my pressure cooker but just never could find one I like…. Enter electric ones and I finally bought one. I just found your pinterest page and love how you explain things and your recipes sound mouth watering. Thank you… Thank you… Thank you
Thanks Marsha! I’m so glad you found me. Enjoy your next pressure cooker.
Love your recipes. Keep them coming.
Thanks Barbara! I definitely will 🙂
Do you have a recipes for Christmas puddings always cooked them in our old pressure cooker but now have a new Instant Pot .
Hi Doreen – I don’t have a Christmas pudding recipe, but I did make this https://www.pressurecookingtoday.com/steamed-carrot-pudding-cake/ which is similar. Your stove top pressure cooker recipe should work just fine in the Instant Pot. It might require just a little additional cooking time. If you want to email me the recipe, I’ll take a look.
These recipes are for the electric pressure cooker. Can they be adapted to the old-fashioned, top of the stove pressure cooker?
I can’t make all of your recipes because I’m a low carber but I just loved that corned beef and cabbage recipe so much this year. I’m able to swap out some ingredients to make your peanut chicken and that is a family favorite.
Happy New Years and thank you for the wonder site.
Wonderful.thank you. Thank you for sharing.
Thanks so much for adding my Stuffed Cabbage Rolls to your Top 10, Barbara. I’m glad people are taking a peek and hope they enjoy them if they give them a try.
I just love corned beef in the pressure cooker-it’s the only way I’ll make it now thanks to you posting the recipe. We also enjoyed your Carrot Cake Steel Cut Oatmeal and Roasted Cauliflower Barley Risotto. I can’t forget that delicious Pumpkin Pie in the pressure cooker-Bob is still talking about that one-I think he’s really hinting around for me to make another one.
You post so many wonderful recipes that just when I think I’ve made a decision on what new one to try-another tempting one pops up and I want to try that one too. What a dilemma….one I don’t mind having at all.
I know my pressure cooker will be busy in 2016-thanks so much for sharing so many wonderful recipes to keep it humming away. 🙂