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Simple recipes cooked in the instant pot. Roasts, broth, beans – even cheesecake! #TexasHomesteader

Roasted Chickpeas In Air Fryer or Oven – A Crunchy, Salty, Savory Snack

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These simple air fryer roasted chickpeas make a crunchy, salty, savory snack in minutes! All you need is a can of chickpeas (also known as garbanzo beans), some olive oil and a handful of savory spices.

Eating chickpeas offers not only fiber and protein but iron, zinc, vitamin B6 & much more. A quick & healthy crispy snack – Perfect!

Air Fryer roasted chickpeas garbanzo beans salty savory healthy snack #TexasHomesteader

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Healthier Crispy Fried Chicken Without The Fat – Air Fryer Fried Chicken Recipe!

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I love fried chicken, don’t you? What I don’t love is the added fat with all that soaked-in oil or cleaning the grease-splattered mess left behind. But now I use my Air Fryer to make healthier fried chicken without all that grease, y’all! And it cooks up fast too. 

Air fryer fried chicken with rice and asparagus #TexasHomesteader

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Foolproof Instant Pot Long-Grain Rice – Fast & Easy!

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You can cook perfect rice in an Instant Pot using only THREE minutes of pressure-cooking time with 10 minutes natural release!

Rice is a cheap staple in my Homestead kitchen, and being able to cook it fast appeals to the lazy cook in me. You too? Read on, dear friends!

Long-grain white rice - burlap bag, green bowl, canning jar, chalkboard label, wooden measuring spoon #TexasHomesteader

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Fast Instant Pot Black-Eyed Peas w/Rotel Tomatoes

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The Instant Pot makes quick work of cooking a bag of dry Black-Eyed Peas. And this simple recipe has an added spicy kick from Rotel-style tomatoes. I can put them on to cook when I start supper and they’ll still be ready to eat when we are. That’s FAST

The Instant Pot makes quick work of cooking dry Black-Eyed Peas. And this simple recipe has an added spicy kick from Rotel-style tomatoes. #TexasHomesteader

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