Instant Pot Cheese Cookbook Review

Instant Pot Cheese Cookbook Review

Title: Instant Pot Cheese: Discover How Easy It Is to Make Mozzarella, Feta, Chevre, and More
Author: Claudia Lucero
Published: September 29, 2020, Storey Publishing
No. of Pages: 144
Cover Price: $16.95 Paperback, $9.99 Kindle

Have you ever dreamed of making your own cheese? Me neither. That is, until I discovered Claudia Lucero’s cookbook, Instant Pot Cheese: Discover How Easy It Is to Make Mozzarella, Feta, Chevre, and More. Since most everyone nowadays has an Instant Pot® and is always trying new things to do in it, cheese is a definite possibility. In fact, it’s actually fun, as Lucero points out.

The cookbook is filled with tempting cheeses that we usually pay top dollar for at the grocery store, and I’ve discovered that fresh, homemade cheese is much better than storebought. It is also something to make in a pinch when we don’t have time to go to the grocery store or our store doesn’t carry the kind we need. Most of the cheeses in the cookbook call for ingredients that are easy to find at any store, and the instructions are concise and easy to follow. There are excellent photographs and step-by-step instructions with photos so that beginners can make picture-perfect and delicious cheese. In addition to cheese, the book includes recipes for yogurt, sour cream, crème Fraîche, butter, and ghee/clarified butter. The varieties of cheese range from ricotta to cream cheese to chevre to farmer’s cheese.

Many of us are staying home more and cooking at home more; this excellent cookbook will help anyone who loves to be in the kitchen a new skill that’s actually worth learning. This is an excellent cookbook to include in a good recipe collection, and for most of us will become one that is used often.

Special thanks to NetGalley for supplying a review copy of this book.

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