Recipes From a Pantry: How to Cook Instant Pot Chicken Breasts Dishes
Are you looking for a unique recipe for your new Instant Pot you received as a gift last holiday season? For ketogenic diet enthusiast out there, chicken breast recipes are really becoming popular because it supplies the needed protein needed by the body, most especially for those who need to reduce weight and gain muscles. Let’s check this chicken breast delicious recipe using the instant pot. Your electric pressure cooker is great to cook meats in minutes and make heart dishes real quick, unlike traditional cooking.
In this instant pot chicken breast recipe, we name it as spicy chicken and potato breast stew. Of course, we need to limit your potato intake if you have a keto diet and concentrate on the meat. The ingredients you will need include 3 lbs of frozen chicken (5 to 6 chicken breasts), 3 cups water, 1 tablespoon chilly paste, 1 teaspoon of salt, 1/2 teaspoon of pepper, 1/4 cup olive oil, 1 cup chopped onions, 1/2 cup chopped garlic, 2 cups cooked and diced potatoes, and 1 cup sliced tomatoes. Turn the Instant Pot to the “manual setting” for 12 to 15 minutes to cook frozen chicken breasts. Slowly release the pressure when the timer is off. Careful turn the valve on top of the Instant Pot to the venting position and keep your face away while the steam is being released. Saute the onions, garlic, tomatoes, chili paste, and chicken breasts in a deep saute pan for 5 minutes. Once the color is a little brownish, place the sauteed ingredients back to the instant pot, add the potatoes, and boil together with the chicken broth for another 10 minutes. Now you can savor and serve this dish to your family or friends, making 3 to 6 servings. If you are not on a strict diet, this is a nice pair of your favorite Jollof Rice or African food.
Are you wondering what African or Nigerian Jollof rice is? This is actually cooking rice on a tomato stew recipe instead of plain water to achieve the desired taste. To avoid burning of rice, you have to keep adding more water and reduce or control heat. It is perfect to be served with Nigerian Salas, coleslaw, or fried plantain. If you are on a strict diet, try the mixed vegetables Jollof rice, with more vegetable ingredients than the rice content. Learn more about great African food dishes and recipes by visiting our homepage or website today! Visit this website at http://www.ehow.com/how_4881570_start-small-restaurant.html for more details about foods.