These gluten free Instant Pot recipes will become regulars on your dinner rotation. They're easy to make, full of flavor and completely gluten free. Keep reading for tips on how to use the instant pot, plus 19 of our favorite recipes.
Our Instant Pot recipes are some of the most popular on WMM, like the Mongolian Beef and Greek Chicken and Rice. Because you love them so much, I wanted to create a resource to find your favorite gluten free Instant Pot recipes in one place.
Instant Pot FAQs
In many instances, it's perfectly fine to cook frozen meat in the Instant Pot. Because it cooks so quickly the raw meat won't affect the other ingredients. It will take a bit longer to come to pressure and cook. I don't recommend using frozen meat for recipes that require searing first.
A lot of your favorite recipes can be cooked in the Instant Pot. The Instant Pot requires some sort of cooking liquid in the bottom to boil, create steam and bring it to pressure. So any recipe that has cooking liquid like broth or water work great. I'd avoid anything that you want really crispy like breaded chicken or a seared steak.
The most important buttons to know include: pressure cook (manual cook), saute and cancel. We often use the saute button to cook ingredients like onion and garlic before pressure cooking. The other buttons, like soup and rice, can be handy, but I find using the pressure cook button is the most effective.
Quick release is when you push the valve from sealing to venting to allow all of the steam to come out quickly at once. I like to use a spoon to switch the valve and then place a towel over the steam to keep it quiet and protect our cabinets. When a recipe calls for natural release, it means do nothing and let the Instant Pot release the pressure slowly on its own.
How to quick release the Instant Pot
Gluten Free Pantry Staples
- Rice: we love using rice as a base to top our favorite gluten free meals. We love brown, white and basmati.
- Gluten free pasta: there are so many options for this now like brown rice pasta, chickpea pasta or lentil pasta. All of them are great!
- Tapioca/arrowroot starch: This ingredient is affordable and found in the baking aisle with the flour. It's a great clean ingredient for thickening sauces.
Gluten free Instant Pot recipes
These recipes feature main ingredients like beef, pork and chicken. Some are low carb and most are kid-friendly! I'm sure you'll find something to make for dinner tonight!
Instant Pot Chicken Recipes
Instant Pot Beef Recipes
Instant Pot Pork Recipes
Instant Pot Vegetarian Recipes
If you make any of these recipes, I’d love for you to give them a star rating ★ at the bottom of the post. You can also tag me on Instagram so I can see it!
Leave a Reply