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grogirl

Instant pot.....

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Pretty much my own recipe.

Sauté mode on the pressure cooker. Onions garlic carrots celery. Sauté for a bit to release the sugars and add some caramalisation. Then add teaspoon of each tumeric cinnamon ginger cumin (all powder). Sauté for a bit more. Put 1kg of butcher prepared pork belly on top. Add 2 cups of hot chicken stock. Pressure cook for 40 mins then quick release.

Take out pork and cool down.

Strain the cooking liquor and put on stove top to reduce, add soy chilli flakes, lemon juice and honey towards the end so it's like a ketchup consistency. Set aside.

Pork has now set up a bit. Portion, salt the top and put in hot oven to crisp up for 20 mins or so. Then start to baste the pork with the reduced cooking liquor every few mins or so, 3-4 times.

Take out of oven and rest.

Serve with rice. I also made that in the pressure cooker but that's a recipe for a other time.


Picture to follow shortly.
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Here it is. It could have done with some peas or broccoli or something.

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These meals look really Delicious @@BigJohnny Good Effort! :grubsup:

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Does it do beans, chickpeas etc ?

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Does it do beans, chickpeas etc ?

@@The_Moog certainly does mate.

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In fact there is a preset bean function.

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Right then. Tonight I have got some whole fancy type baking spuds which I intend to use the saute mode first to get a nice colour on the skins then add some garlic and chicken stock and pressure cook them whole.

Then I'm making Mongolian beef which is basically chuck steak cooked in onions soy, ginger, water, chilli and sugar.

Pics to follow.

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lol Your basically doing exactly what I did! Literally cooking every slow cooked, braised recipe I could think of! It's good isn't it! X
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lol Your basically doing exactly what I did! Literally cooking every slow cooked, braised recipe I could think of! It's good isn't it! X

Yep. lol

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I'm off out to get one tomorrow I reckon. Stand by lol

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Tonight's tea using the Instant Pot and the grill, I made honey BBQ chicken thighs and fondant spuds. Served with a julienne salad dressed with lime and chili.

Fucking stunning.

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Gimme some timings! I wanna know your timings! @@BigJohnny ! It looks really good, especially the potatoes..... :)

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Julie Anne salad sounds nice , I don't even know what fondant spuds are :chef:

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@@grogirl I'll give more details later, after work.

@@Degsy fondant potatoes are potatoes cooked in stock, butter and a bit of garlic the browned off under the grill.

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They look great @@big johnny what is your recipie for the beef satay? I don't know if you have a rice cooker but my rice has improved so much for the instant pot, I use a good quality basmati measure it with a mug, then soak it in water for at least 10 minutes, give it a swirl and approximately drain the water off. I then add the same volume of water as of rice, in the instant pot on steam for 1 minute. Quick release and it's perfect. X

@@grogirl - is it really only 1 minute on the steam setting? According to the manual it's 4 minutes or 12 minutes if you use the Rice function. I find it hard to believe the steam does it in one minute? I realise I could easily test this but I thought I might as well ask now I've joined the club ;)

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