This Power Pressure Cooker Recipe Will Make Take-Out Favorite In Your Own Kitchen

Chicken TeriyakiWho doesn’t like going out to eat? It’s a communal experience that provides a great opportunity to break bread — or anything else on the menu for that matter — with friends and family.  Problem is, it can get a little expensive so the valuable time spent at the dinner table opposite those important to you may be bound by your finances.

Therefore, there’s nothing wrong with trying to recreate some of your favorite restaurant and take-out dishes at home. While some of those items may be a little easier to make from scratch than others, we’ll bet that classic Chinese items have often eluded that store-bought taste you’ve tried endlessly to replicate. With the help of your Power Pressure Cooker XL, you’ll be one step closer to creating everyone’s favorite, teriyaki chicken. Just gather the ingredients below and follow these six easy steps for that take-out flavor in your own kitchen.

Ingredients: 6 boneless chicken thighs, .5 cups of potato or corn starch, .5 cups of diced red peppers, .5 cups of diced green peppers, 6 ounces of diced pineapple, 2 cloves of minced garlic, 1 inch of minced ginger, 6 ounces of teriyaki sauce, 1 cup of chicken stock and a pinch of white pepper.


1: Dredge the chicken in cornstarch

2: Place the inner pot into the pressure cooker. Press the “soup/stew” button and set to 10 minutes.

3: Add all ingredients to the inner pot.

4: Place the lid on the pressure cooker and lock. Switch the pressure release valve to “closed.”

5: Once the timer reaches zero, the cooker will switch to “keep warm.” Press the “cancel” button and switch the pressure release valve to “open.” Remove the lid once steam has been completely released.

6: Serve over rice.

Hungry yet? For more information on the Power Pressure Cooker XL, call 973-287-5159.


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