1 T ground flaxseed (optional, just for added nutrition not flavor) Salt to taste Pepper to taste
Put all ingredients in Instant Pot except salt and pepper. Stir a little to distribute. Close lid, push rice button and set for 12 minutes.
When beeps that finished, allow to depressurize normally.
Remove lid. Using two forks, shread chicken breasts as much as desired in your soup. (Chicken should shred easily and be thoroughly cooked. If not, replace lid, push poultry and cook a few more minutes.)
Stir the soup a little, but not too much or you will mush the vegetables. Add salt and pepper to taste. Replace lid and let sit on “keep warm” for about 30 minutes to fully integrate the flavor in the chicken.
Serve with freshly baked whole grain rolls. Yummy.
Run water over frozen turkey breast and packet enough to remove the plastic on each. Leave the mesh on the turkey breast.
Place frozen turkey breast, rozen gravy packet and whole onion in Instant Pot. Push poultry button and set minutes to 35. When finished, allow to depressurize for a few minutes. Remove lid, turn turkey breast over. Replace lid, press poultry and set time for 30 minutes. When beeps, allow to fully depressurize. Check internal temperature of turkey breast with meat thermometer. Mine was 180F degrees.
Remove lid. Check internal temperature of turkey breast with meat thermometer. Mine was 180F degrees.
Remove mesh. Remove turkey and slice. Places slices and turkey gravy into serving dish.
Turkey was tender and better tasting than brining and cooking in oven.
Sautéing is a method of cooking food with a small amount of oil or fat at relatively high heat. Food that is sautéed is browned while preserving its texture, moisture and flavor. A typical use of sautéing is to brown the meat before pressure cooking.
The new Instant Pot IP-LUX60 is equipped with an advanced sautéing/browning function key. 3 levels of temperature can be chosen with the “Adjust” key for best results.
“Normal”: ~160°C (320°F) for regular browning,
“More”: ~170°C (338°F) for darker browning, and
“Less”: ~105°C (221°F) for light browning.
The “Sauté” function can also be used to thicken the sauce after pressure cooking, by adding starch or simply evaporating liquid. In fact, it can be used for anything related with a sauce pan, e.g warming a canned soup, reheating porridge, etc.
During sautéing, the lid needs to be opened at all time to avoid pressure building up. If the lid is closed, the display will show a flashing “Lid”.
The procedure of using “Sauté”.
Press the “Sauté” function key.
Select a temperature with the “Adjust” key for “Normal”, “More” or “Less”.
When Instant Pot reaches the given working temperature, it displays “Hot” and you can start sautéing/browning meat.
One full “Sauté” session will run for 30 minutes. You can cancel it at any time by pressing the “Cancel/Keep Warm” key and continue with a pressure cooking function.
A brief video demo of Instant Pot IP-LUX60 for browning (sautéing) in action.
got my instant pot today. i just made my first food in it and i’m impressed!!!! i have in 20 minutes tender pork back ribs( after they were finished i put them for 5-10 minutes under the broiler so they got a nice colour!) they taste amazing.
I ALREADY LOVE MY INSTANT POT. falling of the bone ribs after 20 minutes in the instant pot. wow.
i seasoned them with a rib rub and browned them on the “browning” setting first. took them out…. added 1 can of root beer. added the steam rack in the pot,brushed selfmade bbq sauce on the rib pieces,arranged the pork back ribs on the steam rack. closed the lid, used meat setting for 20 minutes. after pressure was gone and all was finished i took the ribs out(very tender!!!!) and just brushed some bbq sauce on them again and put them for 5-10 minutes under a broiler(oven). that’s it. awesome and tender fall of the bone ribs in 30 minutes with the help of the instant pot! thanks for an amazing product.
(shared it on facebook as well)more to come on facebook for sure.
This finger licking food is everybody favor but it takes time to cook. It usually takes hours in the oven to have nice soft and juice ribs. With Instant Pot Programmable Pressure cooker, it is matter of minutes.
Prepare Time: 30 minutes
Cooking Time: Around 35 minutes with Instant Pot Programmable Pressure cooker
Ingredients: 4 servings
2 racks of pork ribs
2 cup of your favor BBQ sauce
1 cup of water
2 red onions peeled and cut in half
4 carrots peeled and cut in desired size
Cooking: There are two parts – Pre-Meal and Ready for Meal.
Cut ribs into half and place them into Instant Pot Programmable Pressure Cooker. If frozen, no need to defrost. Add a cup of BBQ sauce and a cup of water in the cook pot. Close the lid. Then press Meat button and set + to Longer. Let it cook. Once it is done and cool down. Open the lid and ensure the ribs are soaked in the sauce. Close the lid and let it sit for a few hours.
Ready for Meal
Take the ribs out and place onions and carrots in the Instant Pot Programmable Pressure Cooker with existing sauce. Close the lid and Press Manual button and set to 2 minutes. Then BBQ the ribs with BBQ sauce.
Kids would love the Pineapple and Vegetable mixed Rice with Instant Pot Electric Pressure Cooker. Even the most picky kids will love to enjoy this healthy, delicious rice with good smell of pineapple and cauliflower. What you need to do is to prepare ingredients, put them into Instant Pot Electric Pressure Cooker then press rice button to cook in fully automated cooking process, and switch to keep-warm after cooking.
Prepare Time: 5 minutes
Cooking Time: Around 30 minutes with Instant Pot Electric Pressure Cooker
Ingredients: 6 servings
2 cups of rice
1/2 pineapple or ½ can pineapple minced
1 cauliflower minced
2 teaspoons oil
1 teaspoon salt
fill water to the level 2 mark on the inner pot. Note: amount of water required varies significantly depending on the type of rice. You may need to experiment with your rice type to achieve the desirable rice softness.
Cooking: Put all ingredients into Instant Pot EPC then press the rice button. Then that is it! Simple, fast, delicious, retaining flavour and nutrition, consistent results all the time.