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Nice video! Thanks for those spicy tips etc.
Very nice and simple.thanks for sharing.
Gracias, las instructions faciles de seguir. Desde Orlando. Tambien, en mi familia estamos enamorados de la instant pot. Yo le llamo mi Reyna jajaja.
What? No garlic? Say it ain't so! Merry Christmas to all and to all I suggest that you add 6 to 8 cloves of crushed garlic to this recipe. Toss the garlic inside the cavity. Toss in some fresh thyme and chopped celery and carrot too! And of course, butter! I like to add a handful of softened butter, inside the cavity. I use salted butter but that is optional. And 1 last suggestion, under the heading of being "naughty" and not very nice, is ..... bacon! Yes, I add 6 slices of thick sliced bacon to the chicken cavity too! Why? Because everything will taste better with bacon! Ho! Ho! Ho!
With all that you did, it wasn't any faster than roasting it in the oven and avoiding all the handling. I'm convinced that us ladies just LOVE our instant pots!!! Smiles! If you had to to choose any 2 household appliances to assist you in a ladies almost daily routines..?? hhm what would yours be?? Mine would be my cross wave and instant pot. HHAHAHAHAHA!
Lawry's seasoned salt low sodium, used it for years.
This is a must try recipe!
What’s going to happen if you just add very little of water? Will it burn?
You could use the silicon ones to pick up the bird and then just rinse them off when you're done.
Have you discovered oven mitts yet?
Washing State is located in Western United States, NOT Eastern!!
Thats really delicious... hmmmm.. thanks for sharing
Using the rack that comes with the IP makes it so easy to remove the cooked bird!
So.....basically it's a pressure cooker. Nothing new about that. Pressure cookers have been around for decades.
Very good chicken
Wow....I didn’t know it was a lid holder. TY!
That looks awesome I love chicken anyway you can make it 👍👍👍
Instant pot should just send your video out instead of their instruction manual
I think in winter I'd prefer to use the oven because it's very cold here but this is a good idea for summer. It creates less heat than the oven and if even this makes the kitchen too hot you can cook things out on the porch. My mom has a picnic table outside the kitchen and she has used her convection oven to cook a turkey on a very warm Thanksgiving day. Instant pot can go outside as well.
Sandy is the chicken frozen or defrosted before you place in pot ? please