These easy Mexican recipes cook up in no time in your Instant Pot and are perfect for enjoying on Cinco de Mayo (or any day actually!)
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Cinco de Mayo Instant Pot Recipes
This year Cinco de Mayo falls on a Sunday so you’ll have plenty of time to enjoy your Mexican feast.
To make your life super easy this year we’ve rounded up 12 delicious Mexican dishes you can make in your Instant Pot!
Oh yes they are so quick and easy that as well as serving them up to your guests on May 5 you’ll be adding them to your family meal planning rotation for sure!
Whether you’re looking for a deliciously easy Mexican side dish, tasty pork carnitas or a mole that will turn you plain old shredded chicken into something amazingly flavorful you are sure to find something in this list.
These Chiopotle Lime Carnitas are the perfect choice if you're craving pork over beef or chicken. Let your Instant Pot do the hard work gently filling the pork with the flavors of tangy fresh lime and smoky chipotle peppers.
If you're having friends over on May 5 and you want to make a really good impressions you have to serve up these Pork Poblano Skillet enchiladas. They look super fancy and your guests will think you slaved away in the kitchen for hours, when really your trusty Instant Pot does all the hard work!
If you've stocked up on ground beef and looking for a suitable Mexican recipe you can't go wrong with this delicious Instant Pot Picadillo. If you're never come across this dish before it's like a hash and can be served with rice or as a filling for your tacos.
You can't have a Cinco de Mayo celebration without serving up a tasty chicken mole! This dish takes plain old shredded chicken and turns it into something amazingly flavorful. Your family will want this on your meal rotation all year round!
Homemade refried beans have never been easier to make now you can make them in your pressure cooker. Seriously, dry pinto beans cook to perfection in under 35 minutes and you don't even need to pre-soak them!
Barbacoa is beef that has been slow cooked until its super tender, but if you haven't got the time for that you'll be pleased to know you can make it in your electric pressure cooker instead and it still tastes great! Deborah will show you just how to do it right.