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Martha Stewart uses her pressure cooker for everything from ramen to sloppy Joes

Put your pressure cooker to good use with Martha Stewart's chicken and rice, ramen noodle soup and savory sloppy Joes.
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The one and only Martha Stewart is stopping by TODAY to share a few of her favorite recipes from her new cookbook "Martha Stewart's Pressure Cooker: 100+ Fabulous New Recipes for the Pressure Cooker, Multicooker, and Instant Pot." She shows us how to make chicken and rice with cilantro, simple sloppy Joes and ramen noodle soup with shiitake mushrooms — all prepared in a pressure cooker.

If you don't own one yet, the ever-popular Instant Pot has almost 28,000 reviews on Amazon and a 4.5 star rating on Walmart. Martha is actually coming out with her own pressure cooker in November on Amazon and QVC — we'll keep you posted on when it'll be available to order.

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"Cubanelle and serrano chiles bring a balance of mild sweetness and spicy heat to the Mexican-inspired meal," says Martha. "Blended with herbs and spices, they form a fragrant sauce that beautifully infuses the chicken as it pressure-cooks."

"This sweet-tangy ground beef sandwich is an all-American favorite. Our version dispenses with the usual ketchup or chili sauce in favor of crushed tomatoes, chili powder, and maple syrup. Just don't forget the napkins."

"Of all the different stocks we made in the pressure cooker, ham stock was the most surprising-in a delightful way. It's hugely versatile, and we especially love it as the base for ramen. To begin building the soup, the garlic, ginger, diced ham, and shiitakes are sautéed together before the stock and water are added."

"Pressure Cooker" by Martha Stewart, $16, Amazon

Instant Pot, $100, Amazon

It's also sold at Walmart for $100.

If you like those easy pressure-cooker recipes, you should also try these:

Classic Beef Bourguignon