This is a recipe we found on Pinterest when we were living in Arkansas, so we decided to give it a whirl. It is such a great meal, that can be frozen in portions and used later on for a quick weeknight meal. Since we bought the Instant Pot, we have been adjusting some of our favorite recipes to be cooked in the Instant Pot, and they are turning out very well.
So, for those of you that are curious about the power usage here it is…The instant pot was plugged in for 1 hour and 20 minutes. Over that course of time it used .270 Kw of AC power.
Here is how it converts:
– AC Voltage = 115 VAC
– AC Amperage = 2.35 Amps AC
– Wattage = 270.25 Watts
– DC Voltage = 12V
– DC Amperage = 24.86 Amps DC
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This is a roast recipe that we have used a lot, and we wanted to try it out in the Instant Pot. This roast is full of flavor, and pairs well with noodles or mashed potatoes. There are not many ingredients, but it sure doesn't skimp on flavor when it is finished.