Roasted Chicken is the ultimate in family meals and one that provides those yearned for leftovers. When I prepare my Pressure cooker roasted chicken, I assure myself that a few nights of the week, we will have leftovers. Additionally pressure cooker roasted chicken creates a chicken that can be used in other recipes, so bring on the yum.
Pressure Cooker Roasted Chicken is so much better than the traditional slow cooker roasted chicken because you get that ‘fall off the bone’ effect in minutes not hours. Lavishly live food out loud and eat your traditionally Sunday prepared dinner any night of the week.
What’s in My Pressure Cooker Roasted Chicken?
Roasted Chicken in the pressure cooker is all about fresh ingredients and they make the difference between a good meal and a Great Meal!
I never worry about not having enough time to prep my food because my pressure cooker moves like lightning. The end result of anything I cook in my pressure cooker is delish and of course, I love the ability to rock out recipes fast!
Make sure to print out my recipe for pressure cooker roasted chicken as it provides step-by-step directions to creating this fabulous meal.
4 Medium Potatoes, scrubbed and chunked (cut into ¼’s)
Sprinkle of Salt and Pepper
13.7 Oz of Chicken Broth
4 Stalks of Celery – peeled and cut into thirds
½ C Baby Carrots
2 Pounds of Chicken with Bone (2 breasts, 2 thighs, 2 legs)
Press Start, Menu, Saute, Start, and place chicken into the inner pot. Allow chicken to sear for about 2 minutes per side, turning to brown evenly. Remove chicken to a platter and then add in ¼ of the broth to deglaze the inner pot.
Press Stop/Cancel once evenly browned (about 6 minutes for all pieces total) and deglazing has taken place. Add in the Wire Rack to the inner pot, and the remaining chicken broth. Place Chicken on Rack, Potatoes, Celery, carrots, salt, and pepper. Place lid on top, lock and set the pressure limit valve to seal. Press Start, Menu, Poultry and decrease to 14 minutes, Start.
From this point, it will take approximately 25 minutes for the pressure to build and then 14 minutes to cook. Allow pressure to release naturally at the end of cooking cycle.
Prep Time: 10 Minutes Cook Time: 20 Pressurize: 25 minutes Total Time: 55 Minutes
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- Pressure Cooker Roasted Chicken
- 4 Medium Potatoes scrubbed and chunked (cut into ¼’s)
- Sprinkle of Salt and Pepper
- 13.7 Oz of Chicken Broth
- 4 Stalks of Celery – peeled and cut into thirds
- ½ C Baby Carrots
- 2 Pounds of Chicken with Bone 2 breasts, 2 thighs, 2 legs
- Press Start, Menu, Sauté, Start, and place chicken into inner pot.
- Allow chicken to sear for about 2 minutes per side, turning to brown evenly.
- Remove chicken to a platter and then add in ¼ of the broth to deglaze the inner pot.
- Press Stop/Cancel once evenly browned (about 6 minutes for all pieces total) and deglazing has taken place.
- Add in the Wire Rack to the inner pot, and the remaining chicken broth.
- Place Chicken on Rack, Potatoes, Celery, carrots, salt and pepper.
- Place lid on top, lock and set the pressure limit valve to seal. Press Start, Menu, Poultry and decrease to 14 minutes, Start.
- From this point it will take approximately 25 minutes for the pressure to build and then 14 minutes to cook.
- Allow pressure to release naturally at the end of cooking cycle.
- Prep Time: 10 Minutes Cook Time: 20 Pressurize: 25 minutes Total Time: 55 Minutes
The Magical Pressure Cooker
First let me tell you I have tested out all kinds of pressure cookers, from the Instant Pot on down, and they all are special in their own way. I love my Rosewill 7-in-1 Multi-Function Programmable 6 Quart 1000 Watt Electric Stainless Steel Pressure Cooker the best.
The venting system on this kills it when you have to immediately let the pressure out, unlike any other on the market and the Pasta in this will send you, trust me, perfection Every time.
Let’s Talk Basics
- 12 Preset Cooking Function, Adjustable pressure-keeping time setting, and preset setting
- Seal cooking makes food more nutrient, healthy and delicious
- Multiple safety protect devices and close lid anti-explosion patent safety device
- 7-in-1 Multi-Functional Cooker – Pressure Cooker, Slow Cooker, Rice Cooker, Sauté/Browning, Yogurt Maker, Steamer & Warmer
- 6.3QT Non-stick inner pot with Whitford double coating
I heart this pressure cooker and there are so many options on this programmable part, it is endless. Pasta cooks on the rice mode in 6 minutes, al dente every time, but remember to immediately release the pressure or it will get soggy and overcooked.
So, grab this great appliance, get chicken and all the ingredients above on your shopping list and lavishly live food out loud with my recipe for pressure cooker roasted chicken.
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