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How to Series #1 – Horesegram in Instant Pot

Horse gram is a little bean that’s packed with goodness. To make it simple and tasty, grab your Instant Pot – a cool kitchen gadget that makes cooking easy.

Start by giving the horse gram beans a good wash to get rid of any dirt. These beans are like little treasures, and washing them makes sure they’re clean and ready for action.

Now, it’s Instant Pot time. Toss a cup of the cleaned horse gram into it, add four cups of water, and let the Instant Pot work its magic. The lid goes on, and the Instant Pot cooks the beans until they’re tender – not too hard and not too mushy, just right.

Picture this: the Instant Pot hissing away, doing its thing, while your kitchen fills with the promise of a yummy meal. When the lid comes off, you’re greeted with perfectly cooked horse gram. Those little beans have soaked up all the water, becoming plump and flavorful.

Now, for the finishing touch, add some salt. It’s like the magic wand that brings out all the delicious flavors. Give it a gentle stir, and there you have it – a simple, wholesome dish.

Whether you enjoy it on its own or get creative with other ingredients, plain horse gram is a winner. It’s proof that good food doesn’t have to be complicated. Just a handful of ingredients, a trusty Instant Pot, and you’ve got a tasty meal that celebrates the natural goodness of horse gram. Enjoy!

How to cook Horsegram in Instant Pot

Cook horse gram in an Instant Pot with water and salt for a simple, wholesome dish bursting with natural goodness.
Course how to series
Cuisine Basics
Keyword Horse gram, how to cook, Instant Pot, natural goodness, simple, wholesome
Prep Time 2 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Resting Time 6 hours
Servings 4


  • 1 cup horse gram soaked overnight
  • 3 cups water


  • Rinse the horse gram thoroughly and soak it in enough water overnight. After soaking, rinse the horse gram and drain the water.
  • Place the soaked horse gram in the Instant Pot.
  • Pour in 3 cups of water. Adjust the water level if needed, depending on your preferred consistency.
  • Close the Instant Pot lid, set the vent to the sealing position, and pressure cook on high for about 10 mins.
  • Allow the pressure to release naturally for about 10-15 minutes. Then, you can do a quick release for any remaining pressure.



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