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|By :Instant Flat Belly Cookbook by Patricia Gilroy|
|Browse Category||Kid-Friendly, Poultry|
|Cooking Technique||Pressure Cook, Sauté|
|Main Ingredient||Carrot, Chicken Breast, Diced Tomatoes|
|Prep Time||10 minutes|
|Cook Time||25 minutes|
Patricia Gilroy BA BSc mNTOI is a Nutritional Therapist practicing in Dublin, Ireland. She sees clients seeking nutritional support for specific issues as well as those wishing to improve their overall health and wellbeing.
Patricia designs tailor made individualised meal plans to address a range of issues including weight management, digestive health, autoimmune conditions , cardiovascular health, hormonal imbalance and pre and post-partum issues. She believes in educating clients, empowering them with the knowledge to take control of their nutritional needs.
Patricia holds a Bachelor of Science in Nutritional Therapy from The University of West London
How am i supposed to vent?????
You can do natural release or quick release
If making 4 servings do i increase cooking time
Very easy recipe. It was my first time using the I.P. and it turned out great. I was told to leave the cover on for 3to 4 minutes after releasing the steam. The breast was very juicy.
My chicken came out raw. Why? Followed the instructions perfectly.
Yummy I will be making this recipe again
Wasn’t my Italian Mom’s Cacciatore..i can fix that..questioning what happened in meat/stew setting…got soup not cacci….was first I.P.
I changed ingredients to have a more savory flavor, but used basically the framework if the reciie here. I also increased pressure cooking time. Cooked it as instructed on Venting; which I think is a mistake. It still turned out good, but suggest the following changes:
1. Use legs and thighs bone in with skin nstead of boneless, skinless breast.
2. Cook on sealed pressure setting and Increase time to 15 minutes. Vent naturally.
Not much flavor, and way too watery. Does not need a cup of water added.
Good and easy recipe…add chicken broth in place of water and capers. Complimentary to the veggies and tomatoes!
This was my first chicken stew in my new Instant Pot 3 Qrt. Good recipe! Here are my notes for next time:
Added half an onion.
Substituted wine for half the water.
Added about a teaspoon of cornstarch in slurry at the end and cooked sauce (with chicken removed) on high saute until thicker.
Needs a little more salt.
Added a few extra Greek olives.
May want to add a little bit of red pepper flakes.
Served over polenta.
I dont see a Recipe at all just a pic!!
Delicious! I didn’t use celery but used onion and added some red chili powder to give some more flavor.
I should have used a bit more flour when coating the chicken but its noted for next time.
I am sorry but this recipe was awful. I hate to give a poor review like this but the consistency of the meal was terrible and tasted bland.
Needs more flavor im suggesting instead of 1 cup of water do chicken broth and do not add anymore salt just at table if wanted
First time making using meat/stew. My kids liked it, but they said chicken was almost a little dry. I think since this is my 3rd time using IP that maybe i sautéed chicken too long. I wanted to make sure it was done. Also I didn’t have any balsamic vinegar so I substituted it for a red wine. I also used the full can of tomatoes. Otherwise i agree it wouldn’t have had enough sauce. Both 8yr old boys said they would eat this again! Ps- i always extra season including garlic. I threw 2 cloves in
Too much liquid, was thinking of halving the water at least. Also needed thickening with cornstarch.
I guess adding most types of veg would work just to mix it up a bit.
This was the first receipe ive made with my new Duo, the family enjoyed it, especially as the chicken was so soft it shredded.
Quick and good! Served over rice sauce was excellent!
None of my family ate much, but thats not surprising… they don’t like most healthy things.. I liked it alright. It needed more spices, imo. Used baby carrots and they worked well. I loved that i had most of the ingredients wothout having to make an extra shopping trip.
Really good! I added fennel, rosemary and doubled the spices.
Terrible – consistency of soup and terrible taste. We actually couldn’t even eat it. The only “fail” with our IP so far, most recipes are delicious!
Recipe was eadyvto follow. I used 1/2 chicken instead, cut uo into 6 pieces. Added yellow and red bell peppers abd cremini mushrooms. Did cut back a bit on the tomatoes.
Everyone loved it. Have already shared with others.
Wow..this recipe was amazing. Just received an Instant Pot and decided to try the Cacciatore recipe. It was delicious and easy. Still on the front side of the learning curve….but this one is a keeper.
The family loves it. Maybe too much cheese though!?
Our whole family really enjoyed this dish. Very flavorful!
Quick and easy. This recipe would make a great soup base.
Adding cabbage would really make this dish delish
Delicious. Used half frozen chicken breasts, adden onion to the celety and carrots. Would definitely make again. Going to serve over some spaghetti squash.
Great recipe for the most part. Changed it by adding capers, kalamata olives and mushrooms. Used white wine balsamic and doubled it and substituted chicken broth for water. Cooked as suggested. Chicken was tender and perfect. Sauce was very thin but added 2tbls of corn starch immediately after removing lid which thickened it up almost instantly. My best Caccatori yet!
I am a newbie and this is the 2nd time i have made this. Delicious! Doubled it both times and used apple juice instead of water. Yummm!
Easy to make, but needed a but more flavor. Next time, I think I would add a bit more salt and garlic.
The recipe was for one chicken breast so I doubled it to make two chicken breasts. The sauce was way too watery and it needed more salt and spices. I added mushrooms and capers which helped a little.
One of my favorites on here so far.
First time use, really good and soup base leftover!
2 cups of water if you do 4 servings is too much.
Wow! This was so easy and Delicious. Instead of having it with bread I poured it over steamed cauliflower and made a low-carb dinner. Very good recipe.
This is the first recipe I made from this app. I increased it from one serving to four and it called for FOUR cans of water and two cans of tomatoes. I decreased to one can tomatoes and 1 1/2 cans of water. It still was like soup. It also needed more seasoning. If I make it again I will decrease to 1/2 can of water (or even no added water as there is plenty of liquid in the can of tomatoes). Also do a natural release.
The app will automatically increase each ingredient when serving size increases. Since the recipe is for one chicken breast and has lots of of juices, you could most likely add in additional Chicken Breast without needing to increase all of the other ingredients.
Keep in mind there must be a thin water like liquid that will generate steam. If the liquid is too thick, contains cream or lots of sugar then it can still burn.
This is great recipe. First time i did 2 breast for 12min, perfect! These were Costco organic frozen boneless, BIG!
Others have commented that its a little watery, i agree.
Also, next time, I won’t add my vegies back in, a little iver cooked for my taste.
But overall…. very good, very easy!
Nice flavors. A bit too much liquid.
I see this recipe only calls for 1 chicken breast. I love our big 8 qt pot, so we can eat for a few days without cooking. Anyway, the first time I cooked chicken breasts for about 15 mins or so, following the recipe. While the chicken was cooked well enough to eat, it was rubbery and a bit chewy. The last two times, I have cooked on HP for 30 mins and had tender juicy chicken cooked to perfection! So don’t think 10-15 mins is enough! It’s NOT!
Hi, unfortunatejy I’m the only one that cooks in my house, and I’m not great. I made this recipe, but tried to do it as 5 servings and it was too watery, and sort of flavorless frim what my kids told me. Where could i make adjustmendts to this? Personally i enjoyed it, but again it was watery. Should I cut back on the water or the diced tomatoes? I followed the instructions as far as I know. Help please!
Yes you would adjust some of the ingredients but there must be at least 1.25 cups of liquid.
Our app lets you adjust the serving size and automatically adjusts the ingredient amount needed.
Just keep in mind when reducing the recipe ensure there is at least 1.25 cups of liquid. You may have to use saute to reduce the liquid at the end of pressure cooking
When I used the recipe for a serving of five is said use 2 1/2 cups of water that’s what I did so you’re saying I should have use less water?
There is a lot of chicken and veggies left, plus all the liquid. What could I do to save this dish?
The best way, but it will take a little work, is to remove the veggies and chicken and place into a separate dish. Then reduce the liquid using saute until the liquid is reduced enough and taste is too your preference. The flavor should concentrate after reduction. Add everything back in to re coat in the reduce liquid.
That was my mistake and I provided the incorrect information as this recipe is an exception.
With most recipes the serving when altered should reflect the same recipe but with a lower or higher servings amount…
This recipe is the exception as it originally is for one person but the amount of liquid you could make multiple servings by only needing to add more chicken and maybe a little more veggies.
Love it. I was a horrible cook. Now in a chef.
Thanks for this great receipe.
Everyone is a cook.
Even the greatest chefs started somewhere.
We are glad you enjoyed the recipe.
I really like this recipe. The chicken was perfect. I will try playing around with ingredients based on other review suggestions to see what I like best but I would still love it without changing a thing.
My family loves this. I double the recipe and add 1/2 cup of Pace picante sauce for additional flaver.
Delicious flavour! I tripled the recipe (using the app) and reduced the water amount. I also diced the chicken. There was a lot of liquid in the leftovers but I plan to use it to make soup.