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Insta pot #13698558 09/12/20 08:49 PM
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Thinking about getting one any suggestions on brand and or size thanks


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Re: Insta pot [Re: Luke57 ✝️] #13699023 09/13/20 04:16 AM
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Been using the same one for about 8 years now. One of the very best things we've bought. You can do some good thing with it: Pressure Grilled Beef


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Got a 6 quart Instant pot , only thing i have cooked is Pinto Beans, does a good job.


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Re: Insta pot [Re: Luke57 ✝️] #13701404 09/15/20 03:13 PM
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6 quart, instant pot, most popular and more recipes and times out there. Great addition to the kitchen, love our, I have 2, a 6qt and a 3qt


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I have a Ninja Deluxe Foodie Cooker, and I use it several times a week. Pressure cooker, air fryer, slow cooker, saute, dehydrator, and a few more I can't think of.


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Originally Posted by Patriot Guard Rider
I have a Ninja Deluxe Foodie Cooker, and I use it several times a week. Pressure cooker, air fryer, slow cooker, saute, dehydrator, and a few more I can't think of.

This is what I have and love it.

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Originally Posted by Patriot Guard Rider
I have a Ninja Deluxe Foodie Cooker, and I use it several times a week. Pressure cooker, air fryer, slow cooker, saute, dehydrator, and a few more I can't think of.

This is what I have and love it.

Its the Best!! I also have the insta pot but have not used it since I got this!! Best Christmas Present ever!!!


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Re: Insta pot [Re: Luke57 ✝️] #13778844 11/20/20 09:53 PM
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I've got one. Love the thing. I can do slow cooking, pressure cooking, steaming, frying etc... Makes my life a lot easier.


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I have the Ninja and the 6qt InstaPot.. love them both. Only use the Ninja if need to roast using the air fryer lid.
Cook all sorts of things to include pulled pork.. believe it or not, it comes out "almost" as good as when I slow cook in smoker but takes only 40 min rather than 8 hrs.

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We have one for 3 years 6 qt, , used about 3 times until last month.only cooked Mac & cheese and it was very good.

White chilie
2 chicken breast
15oz can black beans (draine and rinse)
15 oz can corn (not drained NOT cream style)
10 oz rotel
2oz woschester sauce
11oz package dry ranch dressing
1 teasp cumin
1Tables chilie powder
1 teasp onion powder
1 cup water
1 8 oz pack cream cheese

put chicken in bottom of pot, add beans corn tomatoes worchster sauce ranch dressing cumin chilie powder onion powder
close lid , lock it push manual and cook for 20 minutes,
when time up do quick release remove chicken and shred ,
then add the cream cheese stir together.
If its not soupy enough add little chicken broth ( I add 1 bulion cube to 1 cup warm water then use about1/2 of it
thin out.




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Re: Insta pot [Re: Luke57 ✝️] #13863382 01/27/21 05:29 PM
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We have one for 3 years 6 qt, , used about 3 times until last month.only cooked Mac & cheese and it was very good.

White chilie
2 chicken breast
15oz can black beans (draine and rinse)
15 oz can corn (not drained NOT cream style)
10 oz rotel
2oz woschester sauce
11oz package dry ranch dressing
1 teasp cumin
1Tables chilie powder
1 teasp onion powder
1 cup water
1 8 oz pack cream cheese

put chicken in bottom of pot, add beans corn tomatoes worchster sauce ranch dressing cumin chilie powder onion powder
close lid , lock it push manual and cook for 20 minutes,
when time up do quick release remove chicken and shred ,
then add the cream cheese stir together.
If its not soupy enough add little chicken broth ( I add 1 bulion cube to 1 cup warm water then use about1/2 of it
thin out.




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