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|By :Julie Han|
|Browse Category||Kid-Friendly, Poultry|
|Diet||Celiac, Dairy Free, Gluten Free, Low Carb, Paleo|
|Cooking Technique||Pressure Cook|
|Prep Time||5 minutes|
|Cook Time||29 minutes|
Julie is a cooking enthusiast, natural remedies nut, and mom to a toddler, a teen, and one in between. She has always loved to create delicious recipes for her very hungry husband and kids. She has recently joined the Instant Pot craze. Join her as she shares her journey to create Instantly Delicious meals in her little city kitchen using the Instant Pot and more!
This was a good recipie, just wish the chicken meat was a little more tender.
Im a novice Instant Pot chef and my family loved it. Easy clean up too!!
My 1st IP meal. It was sooooo DELISH! Thanks for sharing! I added a cup of water before cooking under pressure.
Nice and easy
Was my first attempt at chicken and i got the “burn” message even on low pressure. Im wishing i read the reviews earlier and added water.
First meal on my IP. HUGE Success! So much flavor. Can’t wait to start another!
Easy and fun to make and equally delicious! Everybody loved it. Easy on the wallet too!
My hubbys first time with the IP. He followed the instructions, and I thought it was weird that the only liquid was BBQ sauce and a little leftover oil. Sure enough, it read ‘burn’ as it cooked. Add water to thin the liquid a bit. We’re pretty bummed because it looks amazing!
Great reciepe. Glad I looked at reviews regarding water to the pot.
Wish I had read the review prior to making this recipe because I got the burn error message.
I’m glad I saw to add water, turned out great. I used boneless/skinless thighs.
I’m making this again. The first time I got the burn message, shut it down before any damage to chicken thighs and set it for low pressure for 5 min. Chicken was done and good. This time I got burn message AGAIN, I shut it down, chicken is done. I put my second batch in AFTER adding a cup of water and am trying it again using the trivet to keep the chicken off the bottom of the pot. I thought these receipes were tried and approved by instant pot!
We didnt see the reviews that said to add water so when my husband and I got the burn message we added a little beer. My husband doesn’t even like chicken and he loves this recipe
Okay so I should have read the reviews before making this. Yes I got the burn message fixed it all up and it was very good! I added some extra garlic and some chili powder 1/2 tsp to mine because we like a little extra kick and it was so good! My 10 year old loved it my 3 year old said it was a little spicy but still ate it!
I got the burn signal, stopped stirred the pot, added tiny bit of water because there was a lot of sauce.
1st time using my instant pot.
Very tender and full of flavour
Got burn alert as well. Quick stir and was excellent.
Like others have said, all this needs is about a cup of water and it turns out perfect with no burn message….however i think next time i make this ill try it with chicken breasts instead of thighs. They are just a little too fatty for my taste.
Very tasty and easy. Followed the recipe as is except for the following:
– Used skinless thighs
– Browned the thighs in cast iron pan, all 6 at once
– Added 1 cup of water (thanks to previous comments)
First recipe in my IP. I used chicken breast instead. The sauce was delicious
Still a newbie as I only made ine item previously. Found reviews after I started so I added chicken broth ( friends recommendations) and it is thickening now. Its cooking as you guys said it would so I expect awesomeness. Oh I used legs instead if thighs.
Does the water go in the sauce??
Poor off oil and chicken fat after browning. Use trivet to avoid burn message. Did not add any water.
Really good and easy..definitely broial for crispiness
Theres no directions
Great! Kid pleaser as well! Made from some frozen thighs and drumsticks i wanted to use up; followed recipe, no issues. Wil make again!
I wasn’t a fan of the sauce.. we made our own bbq sauce abd used that ..chicken was cooked perfectly but when put in the oven broiling it made it dry. I say skip it or cook it less time..
I skipped the broiling and it turned out great! It was taking the sauce a long time to thicken, so we had runny sauce. But after sitting in the fridge over night it was perfect for leftovers
2nd time I made this, my family luv it!
Is it ok to use bome in chicken thighs?
Really good recipe. It was easy to make and my kids loved it.
As a general rule, and following advice I read online, we ignore the “burn” message often seen on the 10 in 1 IP. Hasnt been a problem yet and it happens somewhat frequently. Apparently some kind of calibration issue/ design flaw that triggers this.
Hi Brian K,
Burn Feature activates when there is heating distribution issues. It is a safety feature and will limit the cooking temperature when activated. This is not a design flaw.
It is best to consult our support team with technical questions as many responses found online may not be correct.
Didn’t see a response…is it okay to use Bone In Thighs?
Hi cheryl colson,
Yes, you can use bone-in thighs for this recipe, just remember that the cooking time will be a bit longer.
This was a strange Dish because it was mostly a ketchup barbeque sauce out of a bottle with some chicken. Not exactly what I would call a healthy meal.
Nothing but burn notice. I’ll stick to making it on the oven.
Our apologies, this recipe relies heavily on the chicken releasing moisture. Depending on your brand of chicken it may not release enough liquid. I would recommend adding a couple of tablespoons of water after sauteing to deglaze and to ensure that there is enough liquid. Depending on the brands of ingredients used in the sauce it may be thicker than intended.
Excellent and easy IP meal.
Worked pretty well, tasted great. Very mild.
I need a bone in chicken thigh minimal ingredients