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|By :Chop Secrets|
|Browse Category||Fish & Seafood, Kid-Friendly|
|Duration||less than 15 min|
|Cooking Technique||Pressure Cook, Sauté|
|Main Ingredient||Broccoli, Butter, Chicken Broth, Shallots, Shrimp|
|Prep Time||5 minutes|
|Cook Time||10 minutes|
*The MANUAL and PRESSURE COOK buttons are interchangeable.
How many minutes do you cook it gor? It has zero minutes.
No time for cooking ?
I’m thinking broccoli & shrimp are cooked/steamed (0 min) while the pot heats/pressurizes (normal pre-heat function ?)
Can i use cooked shrimp?
Did we ever find out if 0 min is right?
You would set the Instant Pot Multi-Use Pressure Cooker to 0 minutes. That is the correct cooking time as it will cook while it comes to pressure. Then it will finish cooking as soon as it pressurizes.
You could used cooked shrimp but that would alter the cooking time. I would also add it to the end using the residual heat, if they are still cold I would turn on saute to ensure that the shrimp is brought up to safe eating temperature.
That is correct, the heat and steam generated while preheating will be enough to cook the broccoli and shrimp.
Very quick and easy. Yes really set for zero minutes.
Thank you for clarifying the cook time!
Was not great… not alot of flavor either! Ended up throwing it out!
Recipe calls for … put the lid on and set for 0 minutes. What??? Note/Explanation written on the recipe would be nice.
I misread the 0 minutes for 10 minutes…veggies (I used cauliflower and broccoli) were mushy. My thought is set it for 0 minutes…by the time it reaches pressure it will start the timer at 0 and turn off. The amount of time it takes to pressurize is likely the perfect time it takes to cook the veggies properly. I would try this one again.
It was a hit with me and also my picky 9 year old! I needed more broccoli and she wanted more shrimp! This will be a classic in our house!!
I doubled the garlic and salt. Could have reduced the wine a bit more but needed a bit of broth to serve over rice. Zero minutes is correct, turned out perfect.
This had great flavor but the shrimp was way over cooked. The broccoli was perfect so maybe using frozen shrimp would have been better. I tossed the shimp in Old Bay Seasoning before adding to the pot.
I used frozen shrimp and frozen Broccoli. Set timer to 4 minutes and love this dish.
Edited to add: frozen shrimp was uncooked.
Thinking the time is not right when putting in the broccoli. States to set timer for 0 minutes?
Opps, see all the chats now.
That is correct most models allow to set to 0minutes. This allows the Instant Pot to reach pressure then go into natural pressure release. It keeps broccoli firmer as it is delicate.
Is pressure set to low or high on Manual?