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In their new book Instant Pot® Electric Pressure Cooker Cookbook, Sara Quessenberry and Kate Merker show how you can use the appliance to make some incredible dishes with just 5 ingredients (plus salt, pepper and oil).

No-Fail Deviled Eggs

A great deviled egg begins with a perfectly hardboiled egg—and you may be surprised to see how well an Instant Pot does the job. First, it's much easier to keep the eggs intact compared to some stovetop methods which toss it around in the boiling water (leading to potential cracking or even whites seeping out). Second, the eggs cook in 8 or 9 minutes, versus about 12 with a pot of boiling water—plus the initial 5 or so minutes it takes for the water to come to a boil. Third, pressure-cooked eggs are a breeze to peel, since the cooker heats them more quickly than traditional techniques do. Once your eggs are peeled, mix the yolks with mayonnaise, lemon juice and mustard, spoon the filling back into the whites, and enjoy.

Get the recipe: Deviled Eggs