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Two New Cookbooks with Recipes for Quick Meals

Two new cookbooks, the latest books in the extremely popular “I Love My” appliance cookbook series – The “I Love My Instant Pot” Cooking for One Recipe Book and The “I Love My Air Fryer” 5-Ingredient Recipe Book offer a variety of tasty options for home cooks to enjoy, including Greek and Mediterranean-inspired dishes. Readers and foodies will love both books this summer as they provide quick and easy meals without heating up the kitchen.

Officially authorized by Instant Pot, The “I Love My Instant Pot” Cooking for One Recipe Book includes a flavorful Greek Chicken Rice Bowl with Tzatziki Sauce among its dishes. The recipes are perfectly-portioned recipes for solo cooks using their favorite kitchen appliance— the Instant Pot.

With its quick cooking times and multiple functions, the Instant Pot is a fast and easy way to get a delicious meal on the table. Whether you live alone or need a quick meal just for yourself, this cookbook includes 175 recipes, photographs, and an easy-to-understand overview of how the Instant Pot works. With instructions for 3-quart and 6-quart models, the cookbook is a must-have for beginner and experienced Instant Pot users alike.

Author Lisa Adachi Childs has been providing Instant Pot recipes, education, and inspiration ever since she first opened her first Instant Pot in 2016. She started her website, TriedTestedandTrue.com, in 2018 and has since launched a show on YouTube where she loves to teach hundreds of thousands of home cooks each month how to love their Instant Pots. She lives in Utah with her husband and two children.

The Air Fryer is another kitchen appliance beloved by its fans. The “I Love My Air Fryer” 5-Ingredient Recipe Book helps home cooks create deliciously quick and easy recipes in the Air Fryer using only five ingredients or less. The cookbook includes simple meals that the entire family, even the pickiest of eaters, will enjoy. This easy-to-use cookbook provides mouthwatering, whole-food dishes for every meal— from breakfast and dinner to appetizers and dessert— using favorite, familiar ingredients you probably already have in your pantry.

Including 175 delicious recipes using five or fewer ingredients, these fast, affordable meals keep the prep to a minimum and you might not even have to go to the grocery store, so you can spend more time out of the kitchen, especially on those hot summer days. These satisfying, flavorful recipes are sure to be a big hit with everyone in the family. This cookbook offers great options for an easy dinner on a busy weeknight and helps save time (and money) in the grocery store.

Author Robin Fields is an experienced food blogger, air fryer user, and recipe developer who specializes in creating quick and easy recipes that have minimal ingredients and maximum flavor. She lives in Missouri with her husband and two young children.

The “I Love My Instant Pot” Cooking for One Recipe Book and The “I Love My Air Fryer” 5-Ingredient Recipe Book, both published by Simon & Schuster’s Adams Media imprint, are available online.

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