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|By :This Old Gal|
|Browse Category||Kid-Friendly, Poultry|
|Cooking Technique||Pressure Cook|
|Main Ingredient||Cheddar Cheese, Chicken Breast, Cream Cheese|
|Prep Time||15 minutes|
|Cook Time||3 minutes|
Optional Add Ins
1 stalk Celery, minced
1 small Red Pepper, diced.
Add in with the onions/scallions.
Hi, I’m Jill, a food lover, recipe creator, home chef and mom to Tonkinese cats. This Old Gal is our family food blog where you will find well-crafted recipes, using fresh, whole ingredients.
Do you have to add water to the Instant Pot for this dish? If so, do you have to put the ingredients in a separate container (that is, do Pot-inPot)?
No, I made this today and it was perfect!
Whay do you serve this with?
This is very delicious served over basmati rice. It’s perfect as is and it’s also tasty with a couple large handfuls of fresh chopped spinach or with broccoli and cauliflower florets (added with main ingredients). It’s a pretty versatile recipe.
Accidently used a blender instead of a mixer. Best textured soup/sauce ever! Trying to think of what to serve it on!
This dip is amazing! Good paired with tortilla chips, pretzel crisps, or pita bread.
Just got done making this. Delicious, and so easy.
This dish was so delish! I served it on white rice with broccoli on the side. My husband is absolutely crazy about it and wants to make it at work. He is a Firefighter, and cooking dinner is always a big part of his day. They don’t have an Instant Pot at the fire station, so I am wondering if this recipe can be modified for the stove top?
Delicious. Made it with Costco chicken breast, so easy to make and will be on our regular dinner rotation.
This recipe seems
This recipe seems simple. But there are so many gaps that are hard to figure out for an instant put newbie. Do I add water? I can’t control my pressure setting?? Waste of time!!
It is recommended to have everything prepped before cooking. The recipe only mentions the ingredients and add them in the order they call for. When everything is prepped you would just need to throw in the ingredients when it is mentioned. No need to add a part of the ingredient in one step and the rest in another.
Most models have 2 pressure settings the only model with one is our Lux and it only has high pressure. You can adjust pressure settings after a cooking program is selected. If none was mentioned, most recipes do, then you would use Manual or Pressure Cook button.
This is more like a party dip than a dinner. It was tasty when I added some hot sauce and chili flakes. Used cornstarch to thicken it and served over rice to try and make it more like a meal.
So good… so decadent.