Looking for a filling yet quick meal idea for the family? This savory instant pot ham recipe with potatoes and carrots is an easy and delicious weeknight meal idea.
Instant Pot Ham Recipe
Pre-cooked ham is a staple in my freezer. I always look to buy one when they’re on sale at the grocery store. For under $10 I can typically find one that’s the perfect size for our family of six.
Although I love preparing these chicken and cheese filled crepes and this simple taco salad recipe, I often don’t have as much time as I’d like for cooking. Being able to place everything in the Instant Pot and have it done in less than 45 minutes is amazing.
That’s another reason I love the fingerling or baby potatoes for this recipe as I don’t need to peel them. I just give them a good scrub and rinse, slice in half and they’re good to go!
Once the potatoes, carrots and onions are cut up (bigger chunks work great) I place them in the Instant Pot and then set the ham on top. (I always like to rinse the ham when I take it out of the package and pat the moisture off with a paper towel).
Pour 1 cup of broth or water into the Instant Pot directly over top of the ham.
Secure and seal the lid and select the meal / stew setting on the Instant Pot. The amount of time will depend on the size of the ham. Typically, 5 minutes per 1 lb of ham is an ideal amount of time to get a delicious juicy ham. Once it’s done cooking, allow the Instant Pot to release naturally.
Remove the cooked ham and vegetables, cutting the ham into thin slices. Serve over top of the prepared vegetables and enjoy!
Looking for More Instant Pot Recipes?
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Easy Instant Pot Ham Recipe with Vegetables
- 3-5 lb ham
- 1 cup carrots chopped
- 2 cups potatoes chopped
- 2 onions chopped
- 1 cup broth or water
- Roughly chop carrots, potatoes and onions into large pieces – no smaller than 2″ each.
- Place carrots, potatoes, onion and broth into the Instant Pot.
- Place the ham on top of the carrot mixture.
- Secure and seal lid. Select “Meat/Stew” setting and set for 5 minutes per pound.
- Natural release.
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