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|By :Regina Braun|
|Browse Category||Kid-Friendly, Poultry, Seven Ingredients or Less|
|Diet||Celiac, Dairy Free, Gluten Free, Low Carb, Paleo|
|Cooking Technique||Pressure Cook|
|Prep Time||5 minutes|
|Cook Time||25 minutes|
Regina Braun is a mother, recipe developer, blogger, and mother. She has a passion for traveling stemming from her multi-national upbringing and for making food that is not only delicious, but also nutritious from whole food ingredients. She is the author of her Ebook Coconut Flour Muffins, Pancakes and Mug Cakes and is constantly updating her blog with new recipes at leelalicious.com
SUPER easy and yummy! Will definitely makw this again!
So simple! I love that it was quick and easy. Tastes amazing with rice and a tortilla! Will be making this again!!
This was my first recipe in my new instant pot! So easy and the chicken was delicious. I will be making this again!
This recipe needs more liquid. I followed the recipe and instructions and it said burn once it got to pressure. I cancelled it, flipped the chicken to make sure it was still ok. It was so I added 1/2 cup of water and a bit more salsa. It turned very well.
First recipe in my instant pot and it was very easy. The chicken was a little over done, but otherwise it turned out well and we made tacos with it.
Great recipe! Super easy to make. I wound up cooking the chicken a few extra minutes and it shredded very easily. The amount of liquid was perfect to keep the chicken moist. Will definitely share this one with my IP friends!!
Still a newbie with the IP and mostly doing stews and soups so far which are fantastic. Tried this simple recipe today and absolutely fantastic. I used brined chicken breast and chili powder along with a cup of chicken broth for 30 minutes high pressure like recipe called for. Chicken was so tender literally melts in your mouth.
Is there no liquid other than the salsa in this recipe?
chicken was so tender
Chicken was tender and shredded easily; I read the other reviews before I made this so I did alter the recipe a bit- added a bit of chicken broth, used a can of rotel instead of salsa, added extra chiles and pepper and onion strips. We like stuff spicy here so I think I will also add extra heat the next time—will make again
Easy to make. I am a newbie ip owner and just learning how to use the Ultra 60
I was about to get the book instant pot for dummies until I found this app!
After reading the other reviews I added a half cup of chicken broth. Also, I found that 10 min was not enough to easily shred the chicken. I did another 6 minutes and it was perfect.
Wow! This is the BEST pressure cooker recipe I have ever made. I made it almost exactly the way the recipe is written, only adding 1/2 cup broth & 6 extra minutes of cooking time as I cooked 2lbs. Tender, juicy & flavorful! With my salsa, I added about 1/4 c Ortega Taco Sauce that was “Smoky Chipotle” and used some Tone’s “Southwest Chipotle Seasoning” for the chile powder—as a flavor suggestion. Prep to plate in <40 HANDS-OFF minutes—perfect.
Super simple and fast!
This was my first ever attempt with our Instant Pot. So easy and everyone (kids included) loved it. I added the 1/2 cup of chicken broth. So moist! Will make again
If you have thick salsa. Please add about a cup of water to Avoid a burn notice. :-(.
Add black beans and corn. Serve with sour cream and avocado.
This is awesome! I did pressure for 15 minutes instead of 10. Perfect!!
This was my first Instant Pot dinner. I had planned to make chicken fajitas but then an Instant Pot arrived and i had to try it.
Simple recipe. Easy first meal. I added onions and bell peppers to the mix. Choose a spicier salsa for heat (I ended up as dding cayenne).
I’ll make this again.
I wanted chicken fajitas so added big chunks of bell peppers and onions. Great meal. Definitely a go-to easy base. Chicken and salsa. Tomatillo salsa would be great too. Gonna be making enchiladas with the left overs.
My first ever thing cooked in my pot. It was so good. I did add a little chicken broth as some comments suggested and I did 15 min bc I was scared of raw chicken. Both decisions were amazing!
Family favorite! Increase the time if you make more than 1-2 breasts.
Started burning with first attempt. Added 1 cup chicken broth & it turned out great.
Super easy. Needed water, burning warning came one. Used approx 1/4 cup and added about 10 min for 2 lbs. Taco seasoning was kind of bland. Next time were trying the Fajita seasoning. Needs spice.
Liked even more when I switched half of the salsa for crushed pineapple!!