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|By :Keto In an Instant Cookbook By Stacey Crawford|
|Browse Category||Breakfast, Seven Ingredients or Less|
|Diet||Dairy Free, Keto, Low Carb, Paleo|
|Cooking Technique||Pressure Cook, Sauté|
|Prep Time||10 minutes|
|Cook Time||15 minutes|
Tip Depending on your taste preferences, you also can use gluten-free, mild, or hot varieties of ground pork sausage.
Nutrition per serving
Net carbs: 2g
Stacey Crawford is the blogger behind beautyandthefoodie.com where she creates and shares healthy, low-carb, ketogenic recipes. As a sufferer of celiac disease, she’s discovered that eating healthy, satisfying food through a grain-free, low-carb ketogenic diet is the key to creating good health.
Did you mean 0 (zero) minutes or 10 (ten) minutes for the last pressure cycle?
The recipe is correct with zero minutes for the last pressure cycle.
Great flavor but easier to make in a pan!
My dad’s side is Scottish and we had these all the time growing up. While i can make them with a pot and a pan, it was nice to only have to clean one “pot” with this recipe.
Wondering if anybody knows what putpose is acheived by the final step of 0 monutes at high pressure? Thanks!
If it is “0” minutes, how long do I know to keep it cooking in the pressure pot? I don’t understand why it would be set to “0” minutes, can you explain?
Easy to make and turns out great. I would brown them on the pan begore pkacing in instantpot.
0 minutes high pressure means it brings it to high pressure, then stops. This is not a misprint. Set it for 0 minutes high pressure, and when it comes to pressure, do a quick release, as the recipe states.
Thats right ColleenieBug.
Thank you for the great comment helping other users.
Absolutely, we can clarify.
The cooking time is “0” minutes. What this means is set the cooking time to 0. What will happen is that it will pressurize then finish cooking as soon as it reaches pressure.
This is used for delicate foods. The Instant Pot Pressure Cooker while preheating cooks the food with the steam that is being built up. With pressure cooking food cooks while preheating, while pressurized and counting down, finally while natural pressure releasing food will still be cooking.
This was a disaster. I would skip browning them because thats when they all fell apart. I don’t understand the the last step with 0 minutes. I don’t have a pressure cooker button and manuak doesnt give me an option of high so I have no idea if i did it right.
While the idea is good, they opened up in the searing process.