Can this be done with frozen thighs?
Very flavorful! Moist and tender chicken!!
Overall great recipe. I did double the chicken stock and apple cider because I thought the recipe wasnt enough for sauce for the meal. I’m glad I did!
What if you cannot get fennel bulb?
How will that affect the overall taste of the meal?
Use celery, which is a good substitute for fennel! Bon appetite!!
This was my first ever recipe with the Instant Pot. Everyone liked it and my kids each ate 2 thighs.
Great chicken and very flavorful! Served it with rice and the sayce was very good. Warning: double apple juice and broth otherwise you’ll get the “BURN” warning and not a lot of sauce afterwards. Will definitely make it again. Also mix flour with salt and pepper to save a step.
Enjoyed this recipe, only thing I will do different next time is brown the chicken on the stove top. The instant pot doesn’t get hot enough to make the skin crispy. I would recommend this recipe. Very easy if you but precut butternut squash. Really tasty!
Lacked flavor, fennel was not at my Kroger, some said you could substitue Celery perhaps someone can try that that and modify receipe? I am new to instant pot.
I tried it…. added a little flair of my own, some mushrooms. I wish I had read notes before
I started! Got the “burn” notice- added more liquid but had some difficulty finishing the cooking process
This was my first Instant Pot recipe. With that said, was very tasty but took so much longer than I thought it would. Cooking time here is way off. From start to finish took me about 90 minutes and it wasn’t because I was new but each step it took pot really long to start the new process – I guess heating up.
First Instant Pot recipe. Really tasty! Followed others recomendation and doubled liquids. Also added a few red potatoes just becaise. With prep and heating really takes about 90 minutes, but worth the time.
It was very tasty. I woukd have preferred if the chicken remain crisoy thoughout the cooking process, but it was good nonetheless.
This dish was delicious. I didn’t need to change anything. The only note is that the two times you have to bring it to pressure, and the two that you need to reduce pressure adds a considerable amount of time to the recipe.
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