The Instant Pot Ace Blender Cookbook

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The first Instant PotⓇ–authorized cookbook for the new Ace Multi-Use Cooking and Beverage Blender.

Fans are clamoring for trustworthy recipes for this new machine. Enter America’s Test Kitchen. We tested our way through every setting to create foolproof recipes for soups and stews, mains and sides, dips and spreads, sauces, frozen treats, smoothies and cocktails, and more.

Learn how to use all the machine’s functions—three manual blending speeds, four cold blending programs, and four hot blending programs—to their full advantage.

Produce great-tasting soups using the blender’s revolutionary “soup” function, which chops, cooks, and purees at the touch of a button.
Filled with the test kitchen’s best tips and techniques for making frozen desserts, party-ready dips, flavorful sauces, effortless sides, and refreshing drinks.

Revolutionary Recipes for the Blender That Can Also Make Dinner


Perfect Soups

Classic Chicken Noodle Soup, Creamy Tomato Soup, Carrot-Ginger Soup, Corn Chowder, Black Bean Soup, Red Lentil Soup with North African Spices, and more!

Easy Mains & Sides

Mole Chicken Tacos, Barbecued Pork Sandwiches, Zoodles Puttanesca, Thai Shrimp Curry, Creamy Mashed Cauliflower, and more!

Smoothies

Soy Milk, Oat Milk, Mixed Berry Smoothies, Frozen Margaritas, and more!

No-Fuss Desserts and Frozen Treats

Malted Chocolate Milkshakes, Banana Ice Cream, Grapefruit-Elderflower Sorbet, Dark Chocolate Mousse, and more!

Details

Recipes: 75
Format: Softcover
Pages: 192
Item Number: CL28
Item Weight: 1.1 pounds


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Using the soup function (and going beyond just soup)

The convenience of the Soup function, with its creamy and chunky soup preset programs, really won us over. We found that we could create silky-smooth creamy soups with very little prep, and we loved that we could simply pour them out of the glass pitcher and into our bowls. And the chunky function gave us a bit more control, which allowed us to push the limits of the blender to make curries, a stir-fry, chili, chunky soup bases, and even cook tiny meatballs in our soup. The blender basically heats, mixes, and stirs, and heats some more, rather like what happens when you make some soup on the stovetop by hand. Only here it happens with a touch of a button.

At first, we were nervous watching soup boil in a glass blender, especially when parts of the cycle appeared to be aggressively mixing and boiling the ingredients at once. We watched this process unfold before us with great fascination as the weeks in the test kitchen went by. And, with a few tricks and hacks that we came to rely on to achieve the best results, we were impressed by both the quality and convenience of the recipes we could make.