Kitchen Magical Unicorn
Pressure cooking food has made a surge back into the modern family. I have never had success with crock-pot cooking. I’ve owned a cheap crock pot and an expensive one. One was more psycho than the last and cooked frozen chicken in 2 hours. So what’s the point of turning it on low and simmering for 8 hours while at work? Nope, I come to over cooked meat and a waste of time and money. My buddy at Predominately Paleo let me borrow her pressure cooker last year and I fell in love (after I was terrified that it would blow up when I first released the pressure). I use the pressure cooker brand, Instant Pot (6 qt) and it is busy cooks dream. The Instant Pot is a high speed pressure cooker, slow-cooker, rice cooker and more. Have no plans for dinner because like me you don’t have time to grocery shop or you forgot to order your meal delivery service? I push aside my Le Creuset babies and use my Instapot at least 4-5 times a week. This device is my guarantee for perfectly boiled eggs. Place water in the pot with 6-10 eggs on the rack. Lock and load baby. Turn the pressure cooker to Manual for 8 minutes on low pressure. Perfection! Scoop this up today for $68
Need dinner on the fly? Cook frozen chicken with taco seasoning and a jar of salsa in 20 minutes!! Add the chicken on the rack with salsa poured directly on top. Lock the lid and press the Poultry setting and walk away. When done, release the pressure value and shred chicken like it was cooked slow and low for hours. This bad boy also cuts the time to make a meatloaf down to 30 min (wrap in foil to help hold its shape)
What do I cook in my pressure cooker?
- Hard boiled eggs
- Frozen chicken
Predominately Paleo is launching her 4th cookbook specially targeted for the paleo community using a pressure cooker. You can order it on Amazon for January 3, 2017 release date.
Scoop up your Instant Pot on a today’s Cyber Monday deal at Amazon