I first have to say the photo credit goes to Michelle Tam – I wrote and asked her permission to use it as my featured image.

I’m a huge fan of Michelle Tam of Nom Nom Paleo. I discovered her when I 1) was looking for Paleo-ish recipes and 2) looking for recipes using an Instant Pot. It was because of Michelle (look at me, calling her by her first name like I know her) that I even became interested in using an Instant Pot. She has so many recipes on her site here and she tweeted one day that Amazon was selling the IP as one of their daily deals. She declared it as a huge bargain, so I, along with lots of other people, snapped one up immediately. At first I was intimidated to use it; now I truly wonder why I didn’t buy one sooner.

I didn’t change anything about the recipe other than I used Goya brand coconut milk (I normally don’t buy that brand because I don’t care for it’s consistency, but I sent The Husband out to get it and it’s my fault for not specifying a brand). I didn’t have any cilantro on hand, but did have green onions so I added some on top when I served myself a bowl.

The recipe was a hit. We both enjoyed it very much and I can’t wait to make this again. Next time I’ll try adding a little heat to it, since I think it would taste even better with a little added spice.

Give this recipe a try and see if you like it!

http://nomnompaleo.com/post/139586356888/pressure-cooker-thai-beef-curry

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