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|By :Carole Nelson Brown|
|Cooking Technique||Pressure Cook|
|Prep Time||15 minutes|
|Cook Time||15 minutes|
chicken and marinade:
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I didnt marinate the chicken,
But it still turned out great!
I wasnt sure when i added the spinach… But it turnes out great!
Was great. Sauce was a bit runny but I made it work. The chicken pretty much melted in my mouth.
Why dont you put in the cream till the end?
Ended up very watery.
So tasty! Couldnt find Fenugreek but maple syrup is a substitute for it. Cooking time is off…3-5 minutes to saute, add spices then chicken, broth etc…then 10 minutes for pressure to build, 10 minutes cook, 10 minutes to naturally depressure…then 5 minutes to thicken..thats 40 minutes not 15!!!
Too much liquid. Had to boil off sauce for 30 mins.
What is Ghee?
Really good. Don’t forget the marinating time. I subbed fresh fenugreek (from Indian store) for the spinach-and-dried-fenugreek.
I want to live it. It smells fab! But i keep getting “burn” during the pressure cook process. I have tried cleaning out the pot 2x now. Hopefully it will work. Otherwise ill transfer to stove and try again another day.
You need to add a “deglaze” instruction to tgis recipe. My unit kept saying “burn error”. After a ruined meal and a LOT of extra time, i discovered that it is smart enough to know when the pot is not deglazed. So, your pot shuts off and yiu have no food. BRILLIANT!
I did not use the full amount of spices recommended as I am not a very spicy person. I substituted coconut milk for whole milk and use dairy free butter instead of ghee. I also admitted the onion as I’m not an onion person. I used one can of tomato puree and will add more coconut milk if I find that it is too spicy. Sauteed butter and spices as recommended, shut off the instant pot and then cooked for 10 minutes.
The tomatoes caused the burn message. But this recipe is very tastey. I will make it again. I will make sure I add the max amount of liquid.
This was so good! I followed the recipe fairly close. I only marinated the chicken for the time it took me to prep the ingredients. Didn’t have frozen spinach so I wilted into the sauce a 6oz bag of baby spinach just before adding the coconut milk. Yummy! Melt in your mouth tender deliciousness!
Delicious! Really loved this recipe but watch you instant pot for burn warning intially. You might have to restir and repressurize.
My attempt turned out bit watery than i expected. I used coconut milk. Also i wonder if i should have user less chicken stock?
If it isn’t to your preferred thickness, Step 10 suggests turning the pot back onto Sauté and stir often. Sautéing longer will help evaporate some of that extra liquid that you don’t want.
This was my second IP meal and I found it very disappointing for several reasons:
1. First and foremost, the texture of the chicken was mealy. It was like crumbled, fried extra firm tofu. If I made this again, I would cut way back on the cooking time.
2. The sauce was bitter. I think from grated onions. If I made this again, I would finely dice the onions so they could lend their sweetness to the dish.
3. The sauce was too watery. I would cook it in a separate dish on a trivet.
A little watery definitely use some salt but overall a good recipe.
Got the burn message. Added a bit of water to fix it. It came out a bit watery but not too bad. Would add more salt and chili flakes next time. Overall, we loved it!