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|By :Archana Mundhe|
|Browse Category||Dessert, Kid-Friendly|
|Cooking Technique||Pressure Cook|
|Prep Time||5 minutes|
|Cook Time||20 minutes|
Depending on the thickness of the brioche bread, you may need more or less bread slices. I used Trader Joe's brioche bread which is very thick. When you mix the bread in the liquids, there should not be too much excess liquids leftover. About 1/2 cup of excess liquids is fine. But if you have more, add another slice or 2 of the bread.
Archana was born and raised in India eating her mom’s scrumptious food. She’s a talented chef and food enthusiast. Her food not only tastes amazing but it’s also a feast for the eyes, cooking with the freshest ingredients and experimenting with delicious recipes. Archana’s flavours and spices are inspired by the wonderful flavours of her mother’s cooking and traditional dishes from all over India.
This was easy to make and very delish
Very easy to make. I used 9 slices of Mcdonald pancakes instead. Since the pancakes has syrup already, I skipped all added sugar and i used only 1 tsp of almond extract. I added chcocolate chips in the batter.
My daughter says this is the “best thing ever”! I added a few pats of butter on top before cooking, left it in for the extra 5 mins, then under the broiler for a few minutes. We ate the whole thing!!!
Delicious and super easy to make.
It was mushy/steamed. Put under broiler, then flipped and broiled some more. Flavor was delicious. Next time ill try day old bread.
This was delicious. I poured a little golden syrup over it once it was cooked. I will be making this again
Made some slight modifications to fit my tastes. Used three small eggs instead of two large, used only one tablespoon brown sugar to cut down on sugar, and used 3/4 cup light cream, instead of 1 cup whole milk for slightly less liquid. Go the extra mile and broil the top golden brown for extra crispiness.
Made it using original IP springform pan, it came out raw looking. I flipped the entire dish into IP silicone broiling dish and broiled for 5min. It came out just the way I wanted it to. Tastes good! Easy to make!
Made for a fantastic breakfast, it was a huge hit!
Just got my instant pot yesterday. Made a meal and can’t wait to do more. Can this recipe be prepared the night before and refrigerated?
Yes, you can make it the night before but you will need to reheat it, which may slightly change texture of finished dish due to longer overall cooking time. Simply add it back into the Instant Pot and cook for a couple minutes till it is warm (5 minutes).