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|By :Chop Secrets|
|Browse Category||Meat, Rice & Pastas|
|Cooking Technique||Pressure Cook, Sauté|
|Main Ingredient||Chicken Broth, Ginger, Pork, Rice|
|Prep Time||5 minutes|
|Cook Time||40 minutes|
*The MANUAL and PRESSURE COOK buttons are interchangeable.
Pork was good but a little dry and the rice was still crunchy. I would cook the rice separate next time and reduce pork cooking time.
Sauce delicious, rice cooked well, but agree with previous comment, pork chops a bit overcooked and dry.
We loved it. I followed the directions in the cookbook that came with my instant pot for the rice and then kept it warm. Then I followed the rest of the recipe as written.
My son is super picky and doesn’t like soy sauce but this dish delivered a “so good,so yummy” from my biggest food critic. Will make again for sure.
Turned out excellent! The family loved it and I put broccoli with it too. Great well-rounded meal!
For people who don’t cook much or are learning to be following directions and finding no mention of pork, but an entire section on “casserole?” what does that mean. Is “casserole” supposed to mean the boneless pork.? Why confuse..?
Casserole is referring to the casserole dish you prepared in step 1.
The video was so helpful. I wish it had more veggies and a more detailed explanation about the pot in pot technique. I did it with brown rice instead, and added carrots from the beginning. It was great! My first instant pot meal. I’m so happy!
First IP meal was a sucess, used 2 medium frozen chops and didnt thaw first and they were yummy and tender- not dry!
Da’ Asian Bomba!
I made it the same as the recipe the pork was dry the rice was crunchy. I tried it again cooked the rice first used the recipe in the cookbook that came with the cooker. I cooked the rice in a bowl ontop of the provided steamer racker after the rice was cooked i took it out and wrapped it in saran wrap then i did the pork seperatly and took off 4 minutes from the timer came out perfect
I thought this recipe was pretty good. Being on a diet, i made adjusts as well as items i didnt have. Instead of soy sauce, i used coconut aminos. I substituted the brown sugar for a little bit of honey. I only had instant brown rice and quinoa and frozen brocolli, so i cooked those outside Instant Pot and added it in afterwards. The pork chops were a little thicker than 1/2″ so my chops were tender and juicy. The only thing is i could have used salt, but i opted to not add any.
Fantastic! Instructions were dead on.
So finally after a whole week of cooking with our brand new IP my family was raving all over a dish. This is by far their fave and they all had a second helping. My 6 year old ate all his broccoli this time, it made me happy seeing them all be happy and enjoying this delicious recipe. I also loved the rice trick, did not know I could do that, a time saver. Yay!
The recipe is fantastic but it takes 2 hrs to complete and it barely made enough for two people. We will definitely tweak the amounts the next time we make it. Maybe the original cook used different measuring tools??
This was a huge hit with entire family. The broccoli was cooked for 4 minutes in the sauce had a slit crisp to it and a little crunch to it which in my opinion was perfect. I made a double batch so we could use for work lunches. So I did make the rice separately.
We made this tonight and loved it. I didn’t have a dish that would fit to hold the rice, so I made that separately, but I added a small bowl of water on the trivet to make sure there was enough liquid to come to pressure (witnout watering down the sauce). Didn’t have any broccoli, so we substituted zucchini, yellow squash and mushrooms. It worked out great!
Typically a 7 inch oven safe bowl will fit in our 6 Quart models.
Pork was dry, but the sauce and vegetable were excellent. I will adjust cooking time when I make this again.