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Instant Pot: Italian Chicken, Potatoes & Green Beans


You’ve seen my many posts about my love for my Instant Pot, but I’m going to mention  it again. I absolutely love my Instant Pot! If you don’t have one, go do yourself a favor and buy one. It will seriously be the best investment you will ever make for your kitchen. It makes life so much more simple. Over the weekend, I made this delicious meal of Italian Chicken, Potatoes & Green Beans and it was done in 14 minutes. It was also mighty tasty. 




Ingredients You Will Need:
1 lb Boneless Chicken Breast
1 small bag of Red Potatoes
1 can of Green Beans
1 cup of Water
2 Packets of Dry Italian Seasoning 


 Cooking Method:
Season chicken breasts with one packet of Italian Seasoning mix and place on bottom of Instant Pot. Next, dice up red potatoes and add on top of chicken breasts. Top with drained green beans. Sprinkle the second packet of Italian Seasoning mix on top of green beans. Add in 1 cup of water and stir everything up, so that seasoning mix is well dispersed. 



Place the top on the instant pot. Make sure that the steam release valve is set to sealing and not venting. Cook using the manual setting. Set the cook time for 14 minutes. 


Once timer has went off, allow the instant pot to naturally release.

Let cool and enjoy a delicious quick one pot meal. You have a flavorful meal that is done in 14 minutes. You spend more time enjoying your meal with your family than preparing it and that is what we want. Less time in the kitchen and more time making memories. 





12 comments

  1. Natural release how long?! Manual?! Pressure cook high? Please don’t assume people understand generalizations. Thanks.

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    1. If you read your instant pot manual you would know what these terms mean.

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    2. I got my instant pot from my deceased grandmother I don’t have a manual. I agree that it should have more detail in this recipe.

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  2. I got the burn notice before it even finishes preheating

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  3. Agreed, I have cooked many times with my Instant Pot and still want more details in a recipe...

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  4. Italian seasoning usually comes in jars. How many tsp or tbsp is this? Or do you mean the Italian Dressing Mix? Please be specific about your ingredients and recipe instructions and don’t assume people know what you’re talking about. Dummy down the recipe to avoid confusion.

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    1. Good Seasons Italian All Natural Salad Dressing & Recipe Mix 0.7 oz Envelope

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  5. Love this!!! OK, it reminds me of my one pan chicken dinner that I make in the oven. I did the 1 lb. of chicken which was only 2 breasts so next time I'm going to use my usual 4 that I do in the oven. I used my Italian dressing mix (in packet) to season chicken as normal. We did not feel like potatoes so I did frozen veggies of choice (like I do with oven recipe): green beans and carrots. It was half a bag of each as I had these open. I have successfully done frozen Brussel sprouts and broccoli before (in oven). I sprinkled one more packet, added water, and stirred to mix. Then high manual pressure for 14 minutes. When timer went off, I did natural release (meaning I did not turn top valve to let off steam until silver valve goes down on own). OMG!!! Chicken was tender and veggies perfect!!! I will add more seasoning next time (we just like more) and try chicken broth instead of water.

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  6. Are you supposed to cut the chicken up before adding it or leave the breasts whole?

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    1. You can leave them whole, after its done cooking the chicken will be easily shredded

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