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Instant Pot Asian Marinated Drumsticks - Dump and Go Dinner

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Instant Pot Asian Marinated Drumsticks - Dump and Go Dinner

Tricia
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4 Servings
2 Ingredients
10 Comments

Marinated in an Asian-inspired vinaigrette, these drumsticks are the epitome of an easy weeknight meal you can make at home in your Instant Pot! This tender and juicy main dish will have everyone around the table savoring each bite.

4 Servings
2 Ingredients
10 Comments

Ingredients

  • 2 pounds Chicken, Drumsticks
  • 8 fluid ounces Asian Style Vinaigrette Dressing

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Freeze For Later Cooking Day Directions

Easy Assembly/Dump and Go

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    1. This isn’t actually a Pot in Pot recipe but if you were to use a trivet the meat would go on top. Enjoy!

  1. This was my first IP fail. Cooked the time, broke up because it was still frozen and cooked extra. Tried to crisp up the skin in the toaster oven but when I went to eat, still raw at the bone. I had to microwave the rest of the way 🙁

    1. Hi Mindy, I’m so sorry this was your first IP fail. Do you mind me asking how many drumsticks did you cook and what size Instant Pot are using? We’ve found if you have a larger amount or use a larger pot size, you might want to add a few minutes.

  2. Would it be safe to sear the outside of the chicken drumsticks before assemby, to get the browning and flavor? I’m thinking sear (either on the grill or in the IP before cooking something else that wouldn’t mind the extra flavor), cool, then assemble and freeze.

    1. This could potentially put the chicken in the danger zone, Lisa. If you are going to cook meat before freezing, we recommend cooking through to ensure food safety. Although it is an extra step on your serving day, you could sear the chicken prior to adding it to your crock pot after it has thawed. We hope this helps!

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