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Instant Pot Recipes
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    Thread created on 22:30:39 - 30/08/19 (4 years ago)
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    Last replied 18:37:12 - 14/10/19 (4 years ago)
    Anyone have an instant pot? I've been trying different recipes, would like some ideas/links :)
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    Posted on 22:42:42 - 30/08/19 (4 years ago)
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    Stop limiting yourself to just an insta pot. I currently have a snapchat pot, facebook pot and a twitter pot. Broaden your horizons



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    Posted on 01:02:53 - 15/09/19 (4 years ago)
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    I've heard mac & cheese is really good in an instant pot, but I don't have one to try out the claim. I've got a slow cooker that I love though :)
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    Posted on 01:11:58 - 15/09/19 (4 years ago)
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    Wavecrest [1989660]

    I've heard mac & cheese is really good in an instant pot, but I don't have one to try out the claim. I've got a slow cooker that I love though :)
    We actually did make mac and cheese! With real shredded cheese! It was fantastic. The noodles were perfect

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    Posted on 23:22:29 - 11/10/19 (4 years ago)
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    Is this the same thing as a crock pot?
    One of my favorites is mexican style chicken.
    1-1.5lbs of chicken breast
    1 container (8 oz I believe) of Philadelphia cream cheese
    Half cup of shredded cheese
    About half a cup of water
    2 packages of taco seasoning of choice - I use one chi chis enchilada mix (green packet) and one regular or spicy Ortega
    Salt and pepper
    I usually add in a can of green chillis or jalapenos

    Cook it for 4- 5+ hours (turn heat down if it's in there much longer - I've let it sit for over 24 hours before and those were the best I've ever made) shred the chicken up and mix it well. Throw in some more grated cheese (if you like... cheese is my 2nd favorite foodgroup) and bam.

    Good in tacos, quesadillas, and for chips/doritos. I like to roll them in tortillas and bake in the oven for awhile
    Everyone gives me a funny look when I tell them you make it with cream cheese, but rave when they actually eat it. Makes a metic shit ton, too, so good for leftovers (which you'll forsure be wanting).
    Disclaimer* I'm an eyeballer when I cook. No exact science as far as spices and what not go, but the ingredients I listed are pretty close

    A quick goog gave me this link... pretty similar. Feel free to play with it to taste, that's what ive done over time. Clicky
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    Posted on 23:36:03 - 11/10/19 (4 years ago)
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    Is this the same thing as a crock pot?
    One of my favorites is mexican style chicken.
    1-1.5lbs of chicken breast
    1 container (8 oz I believe) of Philadelphia cream cheese
    Half cup of shredded cheese
    About half a cup of water
    2 packages of taco seasoning of choice - I use one chi chis enchilada mix (green packet) and one regular or spicy Ortega
    Salt and pepper
    I usually add in a can of green chillis or jalapenos

    Cook it for 4- 5+ hours (turn heat down if it's in there much longer - I've let it sit for over 24 hours before and those were the best I've ever made) shred the chicken up and mix it well. Throw in some more grated cheese (if you like... cheese is my 2nd favorite foodgroup) and bam.

    Good in tacos, quesadillas, and for chips/doritos. I like to roll them in tortillas and bake in the oven for awhile
    Everyone gives me a funny look when I tell them you make it with cream cheese, but rave when they actually eat it. Makes a metic shit ton, too, so good for leftovers (which you'll forsure be wanting).
    Disclaimer* I'm an eyeballer when I cook. No exact science as far as spices and what not go, but the ingredients I listed are pretty close

    A quick goog gave me this link... pretty similar. Feel free to play with it to taste, that's what ive done over time. Clicky
    Yum thank you

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    Posted on 23:38:18 - 11/10/19 (4 years ago)
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    Cameron77910 [2207304]

    Is this the same thing as a crock pot?
    One of my favorites is mexican style chicken.
    1-1.5lbs of chicken breast
    1 container (8 oz I believe) of Philadelphia cream cheese
    Half cup of shredded cheese
    About half a cup of water
    2 packages of taco seasoning of choice - I use one chi chis enchilada mix (green packet) and one regular or spicy Ortega
    Salt and pepper
    I usually add in a can of green chillis or jalapenos

    Cook it for 4- 5+ hours (turn heat down if it's in there much longer - I've let it sit for over 24 hours before and those were the best I've ever made) shred the chicken up and mix it well. Throw in some more grated cheese (if you like... cheese is my 2nd favorite foodgroup) and bam.

    Good in tacos, quesadillas, and for chips/doritos. I like to roll them in tortillas and bake in the oven for awhile
    Everyone gives me a funny look when I tell them you make it with cream cheese, but rave when they actually eat it. Makes a metic shit ton, too, so good for leftovers (which you'll forsure be wanting).
    Disclaimer* I'm an eyeballer when I cook. No exact science as far as spices and what not go, but the ingredients I listed are pretty close

    A quick goog gave me this link... pretty similar. Feel free to play with it to taste, that's what ive done over time. Clicky

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    Yum thank you
    Let me know what you think after you try it!
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    Posted on 23:40:28 - 11/10/19 (4 years ago)
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    I have an instant pot and have only used it to make rice :( I know im disappointing. Will be trying recipes i see here.

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    Posted on 00:24:04 - 12/10/19 (4 years ago)
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    I actually don't have a crock pot or pressure cooker or anything, but I've always been on the fence about buying one. Seems like it would be pretty cool to just throw a roast into one before leaving for work and coming home to a pretty much fully cooked meal. Or a burned down house. Regardless, seems worth the investment.
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    Posted on 00:36:54 - 14/10/19 (4 years ago)
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    I just did some beef cheeks in red wine with a slow cooker. Was delicious! I usually BBQ them but weather been crap so tried the crockpot. Really worth it. :D

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    Posted on 18:37:12 - 14/10/19 (4 years ago)
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    In telling you man... 75% of what you can think of can be made in one, and is good. Plus, like you said, win win so long as you have insurance :p

    Throw together a few sides and the hard part is done
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