I love to make Thai food and knew I could make it faster in my pressure cooker, so I gave it a shot. Of course, it turned out great, and my whole family enjoyed it! So I had to share it with you as well! This recipe you can eat by itself, with rice or lo mein noodles. This Pressure Cooker Thai Chicken Recipe is a simple two-step process.
I get asked all the time can you make mussels in the Pressure cooker or Instant Pot? I think it is because my kids love the recipe. I also know that I am not spending $13.00 a person to eat it when we are out but that is what it cost. I figured I could feed my family of five for under $20 if I buy 5lbs of mussels and less if I make less or if they are on sale. I decided because I am cheap and because I love mussels on my plate and the guy with muscles in my home that I would figure out an easy Mussels Recipe For The Pressure Cooker.
I did it because I really love a flavorful dinner and I get tired of ground beef and chicken. I also find that mussels are reasonably priced. I get a huge 5 lb bag for $13 at Costco. And believe me cooking mussels in the pressure cooker is super easy.
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I woke up and I thought today is a good day. I got out of bed and I didn’t step on anything. I got in and out of the shower before anyone else was up. Then it happened.
Mom, I am sick. “SICK”, I thought. I do not have time for sick. I decided there is only one way to fight sickness and that is my grandmom’s chicken soup. I didn’t have a lot of time so I wondered Can you use a whole chicken in a pressure cooker for soup?
We all know I love my Pressure Cooker XL so I decided I was going to make chicken soup with a whole chicken in it.
This is how you make a chicken soup in a pressure cooker with the whole chicken. You get out your ingredients. These are mine.
There is nothing better than a good pulled pork sandwich! Even perfect with a side of slaw and potato salad too. Recently, I became addicted to my pressure cooker. I love cutting the time and making amazing meals, sides, and desserts. Would you believe that I made an amazing, fall apart, pulled pork sandwich in about an hour! It was honestly so good, so I just had to share with you all my secret to an Easy Instant Pot Pressure Cooker Pulled Pork Recipe.
It is Thursday night here in Virginia. That can mean only one thing. The same thing that happens each night will happen again it is as inevitable as the weather person saying there is a 50% chance of rain while it is raining outside. I that time of night that has come way to quickly like a wave the broke and you didn’t realize it in time as you are spun in its power as it encompasses you.
It is dinner time. The time when everyone has an opinion but no one but you is willing to cook anything. You have a secret weapon now. You have a pressure cooker and you have answered the question Is a Pressure Cooker Worth It?
Yes, it is on times like tonight only a Pressure Cooker can save you. You need a Pressure cooker recipe that is gluten free, dairy free, egg free. You need a recipe that takes advantage of that sale on chicken. You need a recipe that is Weight Watcher’s friendly. You need a recipe that tastes like this!
I present to you the lifeboat in those crazy waves of life.
I’m back with another awesome instant pot recipe today! If you don’t have one of these awesome machines yet, I highly recommend it. It makes cooking dinners, sides, and even desserts super fast and easy! One of my favorite desserts to have is applesauce. Any kind of applesauce, I love them all! And when I found out I could make homemade cinnamon applesauce at home I was super excited to check it out and share the recipe with you! Using the instapot you can make whatever flavor of applesauce you wish! I decided to go with a cinnamon applesauce because it’s my personal favorite, but you could make plan applesauce, strawberry applesauce, or whatever else you can think of! Let’s check out how easy (and quick) it is to make shall we?Continue reading