Indo-Chinese Corn Soup is just one of the time-saving delicious recipes from Kathy Hester’s The Ultimate Vegan Cookbook for Your Instant Pot.
Are you one of the growing number of people who own an Instant Pot? I use mine a lot, especially for cooking beans and grains. It eliminates the need for a separate pressure cooker, slow cooker, and rice cooker.
I also love it for making soup, such as Borscht with a Lemon Twist and Greens.
The Ultimate Vegan Cookbook for Your Instant Pot teaches you everything you need to know about using the electric multi-cooker. Kathy explains why you would want to use one, how to use it, and tips for troubleshooting. Her guide is much more useful than the instruction manual.
After the introduction, the book is divided into the following chapters:
Five recipes to start you out
Quick and easy homemade staples to save you money
Bean and lentil recipes that cook in half the time
Fun and delicious ways to add in more whole grains
Eat your vegetables: easy and elegant plant-based fare
Fast and comforting one-pot meals
Cook it all at the same time: layered meals with sides
Decadent and healthy desserts
Sound intriguing? Let’s try one of the recipes!
You will not believe how easy Kathy’s Indo-Chinese Corn Soup is to make. You basically throw all the ingredients in the Instant Pot, close the lid, then walk away until it’s done!
And he sure to check out some of the other amazing recipes from this book:
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Indo-Chinese Corn Soup (Instant Pot)
Add the broth, corn, carrot, cabbage, soy sauce, sesame oil, ginger, garlic and cumin to your Instant Pot.
Cook on high pressure for 10 minutes. Let the pressure release naturally.
Blend about 3 cups (700 ml) of the soup to thicken and return to the soup. Taste, add pepper, and re-season as needed.