Simple Instant Pot Recipes to Make In Your RV

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It’s no secret that I love using the Instant Pot in our RV. I started with the Instant Pot Duo 6 quart when we were in a Class A motorhome. Now I use the Instant Pot Duo Mini 3 quart. The smaller size works well for two adults where space is limited in your camper. While I work on my cookbook, here are some Instant Pot RV recipes to get you started.

Instant Pot Meals in You RV

Want to see how we make Instant Pot meals in the RV? Watch the video below where we talk about food storage, grocery shopping and healthy cooking in an RV. The quinoa and wild salmon recipe, is featued in this video.


Chicken Stew Recipe – Gluten Free

In 2016, one of our #WTRFamily members turned me on to the Instant Pot. At the time, we were living in the Class A motorhome with plenty of room for the Instant Pot Duo 6 quart. In this video you can see what it’s like to use the Instant Pot sauté function to brown meat. Ever since I made this gluten free chicken stew, the Instant Pot has become one of my favorite kitchen gadgets. As I say in the video “I think I’m in love with the Instant Pot!”

Sausage Rice Recipe – Gluten Free

If you haven’t made a rice dish in the Instant Pot, you’ll have to give this recipe a try. Since we no longer eat sausages, I simply leave it out of the recipe when I make it now.

Kimchi Stew Recipe

When I have access to a decent Asian grocery store, I love to make some of my favorite comfort dishes. This kimchi stew uses shiitake mushrooms, firm tofu, and soy bean paste. Since we no longer eat pork, I simply leave it out of the recipe.

More Instant Pot RV Recipes

For more Instant Pot recipe ideas, check out some of these resources.

Instant Pot: https://recipes.instantpot.com/

Nom Nom Paleo: https://nomnompaleo.com/post/125878339293/my-top-paleo-pressure-cookerinstant-pot-recipes

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12 thoughts on “Simple Instant Pot Recipes to Make In Your RV”

  1. If you make it through Ann Arbor as you take Mom north you’re welcome to spend the night and enjoy some hospitality. Room for you all. We’ve been following you for years.

    We tried a blog awhile ago but weren’t as disciplined as you. See our website. Being retired we’re jamming things into our gogo years.

    We also have a Beast we’ll pick up at the end of this month in Birmingham. We started tent camping back in early 2017 when we retired (it was about that time we started following you and Kristen at Barefoot Theory), moved to a DIY transit conversion and finally said – let’s get a Beast!

    Hope we cross paths. Safe travels.

    Also – we’re completely fine not posting this as a public comment.

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  2. Hi Kait – looking forward to your instant pot mini cookbook for RV life. I noticed on your page that you wrote a few times that you don’t eat sausage or pork anymore. That’s great! I’m hoping you’ll include some self stable substitute options in the recipes. We often use Butlers soy curls to replace pork and chicken in recipes, or the little shelf stable boxes of tofu, but really looking forward to seeing the creative options you come up with. Love your website.

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  3. Kait, have you experienced having to adjust cooking time on your Instant Pot Mini recipes when you cook at high altitude? Do you have any recommendations? Thank you!

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    • Hi Lucie, I have been using the same cooking time at different altitudes throughout the U.S. Have you experienced issues with the Instant Pot at higher altitude?

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  4. Such great recipes! You couldn’t put the articles in a printable format, could you? Printing 8 pages of stuff to get 1 page of content seems wasteful. Similarly, the vids are great but it’s too bad there are no transcripts or redux I could just print and take with to the grocery, for example. Maybe there is a way to easily print and I just don’t know how to get at it?

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  5. Where is the cook book Kate. I brought an instant pot just because of you. All the good healthy meals you cooked look super good and super easy. Let me know when it comes out.

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    • It depends on your setup. The mini is 750 watts so you’d need a large enough inverter and enough batteries to power it. We had no issues in our last camper van running it with shore power.

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  6. Your how-to cooking videos and cooking in a kitchen with size limitations (camper kitchen) have been very helpful for me to understand choosing a workable kitchen layout design for my future new camper.

    The farm visit was a nice change of scenery from tourist sites and good to know about. Perhaps there could be future videos to market outdoor activities or products (ie. whitewater rafting, etc).

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  7. I absolutely love watching your videos. We have only been full time rving in a class A for 2 months and love it. I have been thinking about a insta pot and happy you are doing gluten free recipes.

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