Indian Curries in Instant Pot
Here is my collection of Indian curry recipes made using an Instant Pot. You can find vegan, vegetarian, and meat-based curries that are tried, tested, and absolutely delicious. Each recipe includes all the tips and tricks you need and answers all questions you may have, like how to store curries, what can be paired with them, and ingredient substitutes where possible.
If you are wondering if Instant Pot is suitable for Indian cooking, the answer is an absolute YES. A stovetop pressure cooker is one of the most common kitchen appliance you will find in all Indian households. The Instant Pot offers much more than the stovetop pressure cooker and can be used extensively to make curries, rice, and desserts.
I have earlier shared my collection of Indian rice recipes in Instant Pot and Indian dessert recipes in Instant Pot. Here I am sharing my lip-smacking Instant Pot Indian curry recipes, all made in the Instant Pot.
Browse through my collection of vegan, vegetarian, egg, and meat recipes below that will save you time and energy, and give you perfect results every time.
Vegan and Vegetarian Curries
These recipes are great if you are following a vegan diet. These recipes are perfect for gatherings and potlucks. These easy recipes are a great way to include healthy vegetables in your diet.
Ever wondered if you can cook pumpkin curry in the Instant Pot without turning it into mush? Or for how long does an eggplant need to be pressure cooked? All these questions plus more are answered in the recipes I have listed below.
Not just vegetables, you will also find recipes to make beans like black-eyed peas, kidney beans, mung beans, and lentil curry like brown lentils. These beans and lentil recipes are a great way to include plant-based protein in your diet.
From the humble home-style aloo baingan to restaurant-style vegetable korma, you can find them all here.
Egg and Meat Curries / Non-vegetarian Curries
Non-vegetarian food is a term commonly used in India for food that has meat, fish, or eggs in it. It is more commonly called non-veg food. Not just for food, it can be used for a person too. A person eating meat is a non-vegetarian in Indian English. Egg too is not classified as vegetarian for Indians. Well, egg eaters are called "eggitarians".
Here are some easy egg and meat dishes that are great for weeknight meals, parties, or feeding a crowd.