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|By :Instant Pot Italian by Ivy Manning|
|Cooking Technique||Pressure Cook|
|Main Ingredient||Artichoke, Chicken, Heavy Cream|
|Prep Time||35 minutes|
|Cook Time||40 minutes|
The following recipes are excerpted from INSTANT POT® ITALIAN © 2018 by Ivy Manning. Reproduced by permission of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. All rights reserved.
Ivy Manning is a Portland, Oregon based freelance food writer and author of Williams Sonoma Weeknight Vegetarian, Better From Scratch, Crackers and Dips: More Than 50 Homemade Snacks, The Adaptable Feast: Satisfying Meals for the Vegetarians, Vegans and Omnivores At Your Table, and The Farm to Table Cookbook: The Art of Eating Locally.
Ivy’s work regularly appears in Cooking Light, Fine Cooking, Clean Eating, and Every Day with Rachel Ray. Visit her at www.ivymanning.com and on Instagram at Ivy_Manning
Nice flavour. Recommend cooking the pancetta first before adding onions to get it crispier or use thick smoked bacon instead. We added mushrooms and finely chopped carrots. At the stage of sauce thickening we added gluten free gnocchi instead of corn starch which gave the sauce a very nice consistency.
At what point is the garlic added?
Diane Ayers: The garlic should be added right before the vermouth in step 2, saute for 45 seconds or until fragrant.
I agree about sauteeing the pancetta, or in my case thick cut bacon, before the onions too. I had a hard time thickening up the sauce, but leaving it cool, it thickened on its own. It didnt have enough zest for me, so I added some sun dried tomatoes and that helped. I would also like to try it with mushrooms.
Where do we add the garlic?
Really great, you tweak it and it still comes out great every time!
My first I Pot meal. Made rice first
Made a few mistakes combining vermouth and broth before adding and Ditto cream and lemon juice…curdles
Even so results excellent and wife Pam gave it 5 stars
Will definitely do this again!!
Can boneless chicken breast be used instead of thighs
Any substitution may alter the cooking time needed. If that is what you have in the fridge, sure, I would check the temperature of the chicken to ensure it is properly cooked once finished.
For the chicken, is it a total of 4 minutes (2 min per side) or 4 mins each side, or 4 mins just on one side. I know thats prob a dumb question but i wanna make sure i do it right