Yes, there are even more reasons to love this wonder appliance.

By Beth Lipton
October 24, 2017
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If you have an ($60 for a 3-quart; ), no doubt you’re already slow- and pressure-cooking your way to healthy meals like a boss. But there are a few clever hacks for the that can really up your game. Read on for five ways to make your Instapot even more essential.

Cook easy-to-peel hard-boiled eggs

Don’t you just hate making , only to struggle to peel them (and end up with mangled eggs)? Us too. This is an effortless fix: According to Nom Nom Paleo blogger Michelle Tam, makes peeling them a cinch.

Melt cheese for fondue

Fondue is one of those classic retro comfort-food dishes we love to indulge in from time to time—but not often enough to keep a fondue pot on hand. And while making fondue in a regular pot is possible, it can be tough to maintain the temperature you need. Instant Pot to the rescue. Get those apple slices ready for some perfectly warm, melty cheese.

Proof your dough

Yep, you can even use your Instapot when you're baking bread from scratch, says Daniel Shumski, author of the cookbook How to Instant Pot ($16, ): “When you make bread dough and you want it to rise in a warm area, use the lowest setting for yogurt making."

DIY ricotta

Here's another hack for the Instant Pot's "Yogurt" setting: It makes it easier to get the right temperature range to make . (As Shumski points out, “[c]alling it the ‘yogurt making’ setting kind of sells it short.”) Making ricotta yourself gives you a much better-tasting cheese without the gums and other stabilizers often added to packaged varieties. Check out the video tutorial below from blogger Annemarie Rossie.

Make Jam

No pectin? No problem. Wardee Harmon, author of The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Fermenting Foods ($20, ), has a on the Traditional Cooking School blog. The best part: It only calls for two ingredients—fruit and honey—so you don't need pectin and cups of white sugar to get gelled jam. Pass the toast.

This originally appeared in Health

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