We love singing the praises of the Instant Pot in our kitchen. While some of us are intimidated by this piece of equipment, with a little practice, the Instant Pot can become a great energy-saving staple in our kitchens. Cleaning is just as easy! With one pantry friendly item, our Instant pot can look amazing!
In our latest video, we discuss the one pantry-friendly items that make our Instant Pot look new!
What are additional pantry-friendly items we can use in cleaning our Instant Pot?
Baking soda. Mix baking soda and water to form a paste. Use an old toothbrush to thoroughly scrub the interior of the Instant Pot, focusing on the buildup. Wash the pot with soap and water. Wipe dry.
For one of our favorite recipes using the Instant Pot, check out our Low Carb Cauliflower Shrimp & Grits in the Instant Pot.
Shelly Marie Redmond, MS, RD, LDN is the creator of the KLA Kitchen - a clinic devoted to keto, low-carb, and anti-inflammatory eating to lose weight, balance hormones, decrease pain and cholesterol, and eliminate migraines. She is the author of the Skinny Louisiana series and is the co-founder of the Migraine and Anti-Inflammatory Institute of the South opening early fall 2020. She hopes to release her new websites www.klakitchen.com and www.migrianeis.com early September 2020.