I think I should just buy a new inner pot for the IP. I have already bought so much of other paraphernalia, might as well splurge! It's useful. Or do I buy another IP? Kya confusion hai! Soya chunks curry and broccoli dal - For Soya chunks curry - 1 tsp oil 1/2 tsp jeera 1/2 inch sized piece of ginger and 5-6 pods of garlic crushed together 1/2 small sized red onion chopped fine curry leaves 1 tsp kitchen king masala 1/2 tsp garam masala 1/2 tsp chilly powder 1/2 tsp Dhaniya powder 1/4 tsp turmeric powder (Or replace all the above powders with 2 tbsps chicken masala & 1/4 tsp garam masala alone Or 1.5-2 tbsp pav bhaji masala/chole masala and 1/4 tsp garam masala) 1.5 cups soya chunks(I used minis) 1 small potato chopped into medium pieces. 1 tomato finely chopped. Optional - 1-2 tsp tomato ketchup(yesterday I used 1/4 rice cooker cup pasta sauce). For Broccoli Dal - 1 tsp oil 1/2 tsp mustard seeds 1/2 tsp jeera 1/2 tsp turmeric powder Curry leaves 2-3 red chilies 1 tsp urad dal 1 tsp channa dal 2 green chilies 1 large sized broccoli chopped into big pieces 1/2 cup tur dal(or dal of choice) Steps - In a steel seperator, add the broccoli and dal with sufficient water(about 1 rice cooker cup) To this add salt to taste, turmeric and green chilies. Cover the seperator with a lid. In a separate pan, bring to a rolling boil 5-6 cups of water with the soya chunks. Turn to medium flame and let it cook for 2-3 mins. Turn off the stove and drain the soya chunks. In Sauté mode heat oil. Add jeera, brown slightly and then add the crushed ginger/garlic and curry leaves. When the ginger/garlic browns, add the onions and saute till translucent. Add turmeric powder. Add masala powders and as soon as it emits the masala fragrance, add the tomatoes. If you are prone to burning masalas then mix it all up with a teaspoon or two of water, make it a thick paste and add the paste to the onions. Saute for a minute and add tomatoes. Add a little water(about 1/4 rice cooker cup) and cook the tomatoes. Add potato pieces and saute for a minute. Add one cup of water. Squeeze out the soya chunks and let all the water in them out before putting it into the mixture. Add salt to taste. Turn off the IP. Place the trivet and the seperator with brocolli and dal on top. Cover the IP and cook on manual mode for 8 mins. Let the pressure release naturally. Open the lid, remove the seperator and trivet. Turn on saute mode and add a tsp or two of tomato ketchup to the soya curry, bring to a boil and turn off. In a tadka ladle, add oil. When it heats up add mustard. Let it splutter before adding jeera and urad/Chana dals. When the dals brown, add red chilies and curry leaves. You could add extra turmeric powder and water for the dal if required. Add this tempering to the broccoli/dal mix. Enjoy with rotis/rice! No pics but here is the finished stuff.