Free printable Instant Pot cooking times sheet to keep handy so you know exactly how long each meat takes to cook in your Instant Pot. I have printable sheets for vegatble and dry beans cook times as well here. All the resources you need to get you started and in the know when pressure cooking.
Yes I am one of many people who are now believers in the Instant Pot! Making my life so much easier, and helps us eat together more often and healthier too! I am working on creating new pressure cooker recipes as we speak but another thing I needed was a free printable Instant Pot cooking times sheet for meat to keep handy when I was going to cook something new, I created one for you to use here too! I hope it helps you as well and you too become believers. 😉 Once you take a peek at these give a few of our easy Instant Pot recipes a try! (originally published 1/17)
If you don’t have an Instant Pot you can buy one here…you won’t be disappointed (and I will help you along the way creating easy recipes for you to try).
I used the conversions given on the Instant Pot website directly so everything would be as accurate as possible, I just really needed a printable version to keep in my drawer and not have to find my phone to look things up constantly.
I am all about free printables and we offer a lot of them here on The Typical Mom blog.
If you are still unsure whether this fancy pressure cooker is right for you I will say it takes a bit of adjusting to get the hang of it but after a few easy recipes it will click and you’ll realize why everyone says they love it!
I wrote this post on how to use an Instant Pot to help you in the beginning too. I wish I had something like this when I took mine out of the box to just tell me the basic information regarding what to do with the steam valve, tips, and simple recipes to start with.
Of course you can make just about anything in it and it is significantly quicker than in a crockpot or in the oven which is why we love it but sometimes you just want something basic to cook like chicken legs or ribs, so this Instant Pot printable comes in handy for that.
Even after a year of using mine and creating new recipes I still refer back to these basic times when creating something new like my Instant Pot teriyaki ribs recipe. I hadn’t done ribs yet and this gave me a general time they should take and it was right on the money at 25 minutes for fall off the bone pork ribs!
All times on sheet are pressure high and approximate of course depending on the thickness of your piece of meat but a very helpful guide going forward and have helped me create many recipes now that I know about how long each meat takes to cook in my pressure cooker.
If you’re looking for how to cook frozen chicken in your Instant Pot as well as ground beef I have that too. I hope it helps you as much as it has for me!
- For Instant Pot vegetable cook times here is the printable
- For Instant Pot cooking times for beans look here for the printable
Instant Pot Cooking Times Printable (all times are for pressure high setting)
** You can print this Instant pot cooking times printable you see here yourself too.
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These cooking times work for either your 6 or 8 qt. pot, we have the first 6 qt. that came out so it may look a bit different here than yours if it is newer but it works the same (and I say the basic version works just great vs. the more expensive version in my opinion).
Of course tastes will vary so timing will differ depending on how tender you like your meat or if you add a lot vs. a little bit but for the most part this free printable Instant Pot cooking time sheet will help you gage how long each meat will take.
Looking for more Instant Pot recipes?
- Instant Pot shredded chicken recipe that was hugely popular on The Typical Mom Facebook page
- Instant Pot pork shoulder is great for sliders
- Instant Pot shredded chicken – just 3 ingredients!
Add it to your home organization binder if you have one or you can see how we made one ourselves and it’s been really handy, great place to keep it so it doesn’t get lost.
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