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|By :No Pressure Cookbook by Laurel Randolph|
|Cooking Technique||Pressure Cook, Sauté|
|Prep Time||40 minutes|
|Cook Time||42 minutes|
Laurel Randolph has been a cook since she was old enough to properly hold a whisk and a writer for close to ten years. She is the bestselling author of The Instant Pot ® Electric Pressure Cooker Cookbook. She has written for numerous publications including Serious Eats, Paste Magazine, Van Winkle’s, Table Matters, and PaulaDeen.com. Visit her at www.laurelrandloph.com.
This was a little more time consuming than i typically like, but ot tasted phenominal! Worth it for sure.
Taste is excellent, but prefer it without the pastry
My husband and I loved this! Easy to make! You don’t need the puff pastry but i broke mine up in the bowl and it did add a “little something”. Definitely will be making again!
Best dish I’ve made yet! Great flavor! Once prep work is done, it’s easy. Second time around I used more carrots and potatoes and didn’t cut as small. First time the carrots basically dissolved and potatoes were softer than I desired. Despite my preference the family loved this dish.
Hearty and warming, this dish was the perfect thing for a winter night. I used mild Italian Sausage because I had it on hand, and it worked perfectly.
My wife and I liked it. Next time like another said we will be using more carrots and potatoes. Also we are going to make it with chicken instead of the sausage. Maybe even use more peas.
Just made this. I added creole seasoning so it had a subtle hint of heat. However, the recipe has you cutting up the sausages and vegetables into small pieces. If you do that, the sausages shrink and the carrots turn to mush. I will make this again, just cutting things in larger pieces.
Followed other’s suggestion and did not cut carrots and potatoes very small. Flavor was good however it was a little too mushy for my taste. Will make again and add milk to thin it a bit. Maybe some small veggies at the end to give it a little crunch and break up the mushy texture.
Absolutely delicious! Definitely chop the carrots and potatoes bigger, and I used 3 tsps of Cornstarch to thicken it. I also added some peas.
Don’t know why this was described as “medium” difficulty. Was easy, …and delicious.
Our favorite! So GOOD
Made this for Date Night! It was very easy and SUPER yummy!
Great flavor, but a little fatty and heavy for my taste. The use of the puff pastry on top was genius. However, next time I make a pot pie I think it will be chicken or beef