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Instant Pot Maple Mustard Chicken - Dump and Go Dinner

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Instant Pot Maple Mustard Chicken - Dump and Go Dinner

Mindy
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4 Servings
5 Ingredients
8 Comments

This Instant Pot Maple Mustard Chicken comes together in no time for a quick and easy dinner your family is sure to enjoy. With only 5 ingredients needed, this sweet and tangy taste sensation is a perfect option for a no fuss meal on busy weeknights.

4 Servings
5 Ingredients
8 Comments

Ingredients

  • 1 ⅓ pounds quarter Chicken, Boneless Breasts
  • ¼ cups Mustard, Stone Ground
  • 1 ⅓ tablespoons Tapioca, Quick
  • ½ cups Water
  • ⅓ cups Maple Syrup

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Cooking Instructions

Freeze For Later Cooking Day Directions

Easy Assembly/Dump and Go

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Make From Frozen Serving Day Directions

Prog. Pressure Cooker

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Nutrition Facts

Servings Per Recipe
4 Servings
Serving Size
5 ounces
Amount Per Serving
Calories
231
Total Fat
1g
Saturated Fat
0g
Cholesterol
86mg
Sodium
105mg
Potassium
54mg
Total Carbohydrates
18g
Fiber
0g
Sugar
16g
Protein
35g
WW+ Points
5
WW SmartPoints
6

8 Comments

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  1. This recipe is very tasty! Even though I made it *exactly* according to the instructions given in the freezer meal recipe–cutting the breasts in half horizontally, then cutting them in half crosswise, and cooking for 5 minutes on saute before switching over to pressure cooking–I had the same issue I have had with other, similar recipes in the past: at the end of the pressure cooking (and pressure release) time, the chicken was still partially frozen in the center. I stirred everything well (some of the chicken was already browned, some of it raw and icy), and pressure cooked for an additional 5 minutes. The given “cooking from frozen” directions simply do not work for me. Next time I will try cutting the chicken into strips or cubes, and/or incorporate a midway stirring into the cooking process.

  2. ALERT
    Just to show how FAR off the cooking time is, I followed this with a 16oz frozen breast. After 10 mins the center was literally 3 degrees Celsius (basically freezing). Further research indicates 16oz frozen actually requires 30 minutes at high pressure. Please adjust and stop risking people’s health!

    1. We’re so sorry that this recipe didn’t turn out for you. All of our recipes are tested by test cooks, however there are many variables that can affect cooking time in an Instant Pot. We encourage all of our members to adjust recipes as needed.

  3. I haven’t tried this recipe yet, but I’m getting ready to. I’ve had good success putting the wire rack under other frozen blocks of food so the heat can get to the center. I just cooked frozen meatloaf this way and it came out well. Might that work well here, after the saute step slipping the rack underneath?

    1. Hi Lisa, that’s a great pro tip! Thanks for sharing. And yes, using your trivet should work on this dish as well.

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