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WHO KNOWS WHAT WE DID BEFORE THE INSTANT POT came on the scene. With this modern, time-saving appliance, dishes that would normally simmer for hours are now doable any night of the week. It propels pressure cooking to a whole new level.

Typically not considered weeknight fare, beef stew can now be made in under an hour in this magic pot. And if you’re looking for something a bit exotic, this Vietnamese version will be right up your alley. With the Instant Pot, Bo kho [baw caw], a fragrant stew that ordinarily requires at least three hours of braising, tough beef chuck is transformed into fork-tender morsels in no time.

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