New Year’s Cooking Resolution: Try Something New.
An Instant Pot transforms this Tandoori Chicken into a fall-off-the-bone delicious delight!
Flavorful and Juicy! A Classic Dish You Can Master at Home in and Instant Pot (recipe give for oven- method as well.)
A countertop kitchen gadget that combines an electric pressure cooker with a slow cooker, rice steamer and more.
I recently received an Instant Pot in the mail from My Uncle Richie and have had great success transforming many of my recipes in this countertop ultra-chic home cooking appliance.
What is it?
An Instant Pot is an electric pressure cooker with a gleaming stainless steel bowl that does multiple things.
Due to its versatility- It can work as a programmable pressure cooker, slow cooker, steamer, yogurt maker, sauté pan or warming pot (it can even make a cheesecake.)
Because the Instant Pot cooks meals more quickly and all of the moisture is kept inside by the seal, the texture of your meals will not be effected like it sometimes is in the slow cooker.
Since its first model in 2010, the Instant Pot has added new features: a sauté function, (which gets hot and heats up quickly… wow – one pan cooking!) a yogurt-making function and even a Bluetooth connection function.
The chicken will be well flavored – and the meat will fall off the bone. Three pounds of on-the-bone chicken will cook in 20 minutes.
See recipe for all the tips you need. Be a little patient at first, the Instant Pot does take a little time to heat up and pressurize, about 10 minutes. I have broiled the chicken for a few moments after cooking in the pot, but this step is optional.