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Instant Pot Chicken Thigh Potato Recipe : Instant Pot Chicken Thighs & Potatoes

Instant Pot Chicken Thigh Potato Recipe Video

Instant Pot Chicken Thigh Potato Recipe

Instant Pot Chicken Thighs & Potatoes

Instant Pot Chicken Thighs & Potatoes

Instant Pot Chicken Thighs & Potatoes are cooked together in the electric pressure cooker. I show you how, using my simple, but tasty recipe. Get the recipe here: https://www.simplyhappyfoodie.com/instant-pot-chicken-thighs-potatoes/

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20 Comments

  1. Thank you.. I’m a beginner. I enjoyed your video. I bought thighs tonight. I look forward to trying this. Looks delicious.

  2. Okay, I just finished watching. So what did you do with the gravy at least cut open the chicken and let us see inside, let us see that it's cooked through show us the gravy. I mean, I don't understand the point of you showing us the cornstarch whisked into a gravy and not show us the end result.

  3. I'm 3/4 the way through it this video, looks really good but a lot of people don't have a Crock-Pot as advanced as yours is. Many of us just have a regular old crock pot. Do you have a regular old crock pot at least 10 or 15 years old that maybe you can make a recipe on that for those of us who don't have the advanced type? You know !!!! A NON DIGITAL ONE LOL !!! Just a LOW/HIGH ONE

  4. For all those who are thinking of trying this, and don't have everything, I just made this dish. It came out great!

    – I mixed the spices separately, but didn't add pepper (not a fan). I put 8 thighs into a gallon sized, ziplock bag, poured in the spices, and shook until all of the pieces were evenly covered

    – I quartered the potatoes and lightly salted.

    – I cooked the chicken as directed, and removed.

    – I added the chicken stock and de-glazed the pan. Then I added the potatoes (and butter) to the bottom, and placed the stock trivet on top.

    – Then, I added the chicken and closed it up. While it was cooking, I roasted some vegetables.

    Everything turned out great! You don't have to have the other trivet, or steamer pan (but, they would be nice. I'll look for one, but I won't let not having one stop me from making this dish again).

    Thanks Sandy! This recipe is a keeper.

  5. Just found your videos. First, our instant pot does not have a “poultry” button. We’re trying manual, steam, 14min., with natural release. We don’t have the trivit with legs either. We just put potatoes in, stock trivit on top of taters, then put thighs and some broccoli, in steamer, on top of trivit. I’ll let you know how everything tastes in about 30 minutes or so. Thanks for sharing. Great voice, and agree, don’t need faces, “just show me the settings, and the pot!”

  6. Were the potatoes and the chicken done? Was the time correct? Did I miss when the gravy was done? How did you make the cornstarch slurry for the instant pot?

  7. Thank you for making this simple dish. I was looking for something exactly like this. I wished to see how your gravy look like but it's okay. I usually make gravy with just butter, then flour, then broth so I think I will try the corn starch next time.

  8. Why did you use the steamer basket for the chicken instead of just of just putting chicken on top of potatoes?

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