Instant Pot Ginger root Chicken and Eggplant on Quinoa

 

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Put a tall trivet (the legs should be at least 1 3/4 inches/4.4cm high) in the pot over the chicken and eggplant. In a heat-proof baking dish or bowl, combine the quinoa with 3/4 cup plus 1 tablespoon (192ml) water and a dash of salt. Cover tightly with foil and place on the trivet in the pot.

Instant Pot Ginger Chicken and Eggplant on Quinoa | Nutrition | MyFitnessPal. November 2019. This Instant Pot meal offers 20% of your daily iron and is high in fiber and protein. Slow Cooker Recipes Cooking Recipes Healthy Recipes Meat Recipes Crockpot Recipes Chicken Eggplant Quinoa Nutrition Ginger Chicken Greek Chicken. Press the sauté button on the Instant Pot and set at highest setting.

Add coconut oil and onion to pot and sauté onion for about 10 minutes until browned. Add garlic, ginger, cumin, pepper, paprika, salt, turmeric, and garam masala and stir for 1 minute. Add tomatoes, eggplant and chicken and stir to evenly coat.

Instructions In the bottom of your Instant Pot, stir together chicken broth, quinoa, beans, tomatoes, bell pepper, onion and one tablespoon of taco seasoning. Place chicken on top and sprinkle with remaining taco seasoning. Secure lid of Instant Pot and turn valve to seal. The ingredient list now reflects the servings specified. Ingredient Checklist.

1 teaspoon olive oil. 1 large eggplant, cut into 1-inch cubes. 6 tablespoons olive oil, divided. 1 pinch salt and ground black pepper to taste.

2 cups sliced onions. 12 cloves garlic, chopped. 1 tablespoon paprika. Eggplant Oyster Sauce Stir Fry step by step.

Place eggplants in a large bowl of salt water. Place a lid on top to keep the eggplants underwater for 30 minutes to 1 hour. Drain and pat dry..

Heat the vegetable oil in a pan over medium high heat.. Sauté garlic, shallots, and ginger until fragrant.. Add eggplants. Cook until they’re soft..

Then add your eggplant and arrow root. Mix well and add water, not more than a cup and a half; just enough to cover the vegetables. Cancel the sauté function.

Cover and cook on pressure cook setting for 3 min on high pressure. Yes, 3 minutes only Let the instant pot release pressure naturally for 5 minutes then do a quick pressure release. Add the soy sauce, sesame oil, ginger, garlic, Truvia, and vinegar. Stir to coat the chicken. Cover the bowl with aluminum foil.

Pour 2 cups of water into the inner cooking pot of the Instant Pot, then place a trivet in the pot. Turn on the Saute mode on your Instant Pot. As soon as the pot is fully heated (to make sure the chicken doesn’t stick to the pot), add the cooking oil. Pan sear the chicken until they turn slightly brown (if they stick to the pot too much, you may use a non-stick skillet for pan-searing or skip this step.) Add the ginger and saute a little bit.

Add quinoa and liquid to the Instant Pot. Turn valve to sealing. Cover and cook 2 minutes on high pressure and then let pressure release naturally, about 10 minutes.

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  • Flo, made this AGAIN! I love it and so does my family. It is incredibly easy.
    To keep eggplants from getting mushy, I place them on top of the sauce and chicken when cooking. I then do a quick release, and remove all of them to a separate bowl. I do lightly thicken the liquid with a corn starch slurry (2 tsps cornstarch and 2 tsps cold water). I then carefully add back eggplants. Delicious! I also freeze the Thai basil leaves and use them as needed for various dishes. When I buy the Thai basil leaves, I can’t use all of them right away.
    This recipe smells so good when cooking. Thanks again for sharing this recipe! ��

  • Just recently got the instant pot n tried your ribs recipe! It turned out delicious! Can’t wait to try this one cos I love most curry dishes n this looks yummy as well! keep up the great videos! Cheers from Socal, USA

  • Flo, made this AGAIN! I love it and so does my family. It is incredibly easy.
    To keep eggplants from getting mushy, I place them on top of the sauce and chicken when cooking. I then do a quick release, and remove all of them to a separate bowl. I do lightly thicken the liquid with a corn starch slurry (2 tsps cornstarch and 2 tsps cold water). I then carefully add back eggplants. Delicious! I also freeze the Thai basil leaves and use them as needed for various dishes. When I buy the Thai basil leaves, I can’t use all of them right away.
    This recipe smells so good when cooking. Thanks again for sharing this recipe! ��

  • Just got your book, Flo. And I picked out this recipe to try. I suppose you could freeze any remaining sauce for, perhaps, a fish dish? Thoughts. Love you, your channel, recipes and, hey, Dude too. ������������

  • Hi dear Flo, What is your best recommendation for a good variety of fish sauce? I’m ready to add it to my Asian stash after watching you use it and making everything look delicious. Thank you, my friend. Your love of cooking is super inspiring to me. Also, thanks for taking time and efforts to bring us new and fantastic dishes. It’s a lot of prepping and work for you, and you never seem to be frustrated. I love that about you. Jo

  • Thanks Flo! Made this over the weekend and my hubby said it was the best thing I ever made…he’s stiill raving about it two days later! Love your recipes and videos, thanks!

  • Before I found you, Flo, I did not know how to cook your way. Now that I have picked up a level of comfort in following some of your chicken, duck, ribs, etc…dishes, my kitchen is producing some new and fabulous food. Thank you for showing this All American cook some vibrant and tasty food. Wow, you are a good cook! Jo

  • I spotted Thai eggplants at my local Asian market and remembered this video. Made it last night and it was wonderful. Thank you so much. Your videos are so encouraging and have helped me with my Instant Pot. All the best to you and your beautiful family.

  • Oops I missed the part of your video where you said it’s OK to use regular eggplant! Also, the store had only green curry pasteso I’m trying it tonight w/some alterations. I’m a big fan!

  • Holy cow! Had to stop eating for a second to write this!!! This was amazing!!

    I added a couple extra things… a little onion, garlic, green bell pepper and pinch of red pepper flakes.

    zucchini in substitute for the eggplant…
    soy sauce in substitute for the fish sauce because I didn’t have any on hand.

    Wow wow wow wow!! Home run!

  • hey Flo, are the other brands of electric pressure pots as good as the instapot? I have alot of GC’s for Bestbuy, and they dont have the insta pot brand.

  • Just recently got the instant pot n tried your ribs recipe! It turned out delicious! Can’t wait to try this one cos I love most curry dishes n this looks yummy as well! keep up the great videos! Cheers from Socal, USA

  • You are very inspiring, thank you. I know low carb works for my diabetes but as you say it is not sustainable. I will try this and some of your other recipes too. Thanks again. �� oh yes, I’ve just subscribed too.

  • Hi, I live in the UK and was given an Instant Pot ip Lux60 for my birthday last week. Today I tried it out for the first time. I watched your videos several times before I plucked up the courage to give it a go. Firstly I followed your perfect rice demonstration. It was perfect. Then I tried your Thai Chicken and Egg plant curry and you were there beside me all the way on my iPad. Both the curry and the rice turned out perfect. The flavour was wonderful and I and my friends loved it. Will definitely make it again and again and again! Am now looking forward to trying your Beef Bourguignon. Many thanks for your demonstrations.

  • If you need this recipe in Stove Top/Pressure Cooker, we have a channel for that ��
    Please check out:
    https://www.youtube.com/c/QuickAndEasyRecipes

  • Thanks for sharing this recipe. It’s simple and quick to prepare and it looked yummy. Now if I can find Thai eggplant, I’ll be in business. I wonder if I could use the small round purple eggplant that I’ve seen in the Asian market. I guess I’ll try that if I can’t find the Thai variety.

  • Flo, I use the core of a finish paper towel roll to release the steam. I can do it full release and any splattering is limited to within the tube. I hold it toward the top while doing this because the bottom area will get quite warm. This recipe sounds delicious and I will definitely try it.

  • Very helpful videos, I recently purchased the pot and I am looking forward to using it. Thank you for your tips!
    Also, what kind of camera do you use for your videos? It looks so professional. Is it Canon DSLR?

  • Looks good, but we notice that sauces mostly end up really watery, we’re still trying to solve it. Partly due to the moisture that cooks out of the meat. We can simmer for 10+ minutes afterward, but that continues cooking the meat of course.

  • Congratulations Urvashi..I have both your books the keto one arrived 2 days ago via Amazon..being anglo indian and liking spice and rice (now cauliflower rice)..you have made it so easy to enjoy good food ��

  • Just curious why did you think Splenda was Keto when it is bad for the body? Science Review Reveals Laundry List of Health Hazards Associated with Splenda Consumption Dr J Mercola. BTW I do enjoy your videos I was just disappointed when I heard Splenda

  • Just curious why did you think Splenda was Keto when it is bad for the body? Science Review Reveals Laundry List of Health Hazards Associated with Splenda Consumption Dr J Mercola. BTW I do enjoy your videos I was just disappointed when I heard Splenda

  • I made this tonight and there was A LOT of liquid in with the chicken when I took it out. Not at all like what you got.

    I followed all portion sizes shown here and in the book, but I did deviate by marinating the chicken overnight. Do you think that would cause liquid to be drawn out of the chicken and make the overall dish very soupy?

  • Thank you for the great recipes for my 3 Qt. Mini! My mother was raised in the Panama Canal Zone from age 4. She met and married my Navy dad there. Later we lived there when I was 5 to 8 years old! One of my uncles use to drive the “donkeys”. My grandparents, great grandmother and a couple of cousins are buried in the American cemetery! I never got back there! At 77, probably won’t either.

  • Wow! I’ve never seen a cooking show on the Panama Canal. So cool. From land to water, IP can do it all. Next is in the air �� Can’t wait to see more! Loved the pictures at the end.

  • Your salad sounds amazing and what a wonderful trip you are on. We are currently traveling full-time in our motorhome and my Instant Pot is used several times a week. I’ve enjoyed adding some of your recipes to our menu.

  • Oops I missed the part of your video where you said it’s OK to use regular eggplant! Also, the store had only green curry pasteso I’m trying it tonight w/some alterations. I’m a big fan!

  • If you need this recipe in Stove Top/Pressure Cooker, we have a channel for that ��
    Please check out:
    https://www.youtube.com/c/QuickAndEasyRecipes

  • Hi Poonam, can I add raw Pre soaked kidney beans into my curry sauce and pressure cook or do I have to pre soak my beans, and how much time should I allow to cook it beans are raw? Thanks so much!!!!

  • Very versatile!>>> t.co/iYA9ccdmaj Bought for my adult son (at his request) for quick and easy meals. He is very happy with it, loves to cook using it, and says clean-up is a breeze!

  • Thanks Flo! Made this over the weekend and my hubby said it was the best thing I ever made…he’s stiill raving about it two days later! Love your recipes and videos, thanks!

  • Very versatile!>>> t.co/iYA9ccdmaj Bought for my adult son (at his request) for quick and easy meals. He is very happy with it, loves to cook using it, and says clean-up is a breeze!

  • If reallllllly love to know what size panels what inverter andehat size up your usingthx!
    I went through the Panama Canal in 2015 amazing!

  • Hi dear Flo, What is your best recommendation for a good variety of fish sauce? I’m ready to add it to my Asian stash after watching you use it and making everything look delicious. Thank you, my friend. Your love of cooking is super inspiring to me. Also, thanks for taking time and efforts to bring us new and fantastic dishes. It’s a lot of prepping and work for you, and you never seem to be frustrated. I love that about you. Jo

  • This was one of my first Instant Pot recipes and I loved it! Your videos have really helped me enjoy learning how to use my new Instant Pot. Thanks Flo!

  • Before I found you, Flo, I did not know how to cook your way. Now that I have picked up a level of comfort in following some of your chicken, duck, ribs, etc…dishes, my kitchen is producing some new and fabulous food. Thank you for showing this All American cook some vibrant and tasty food. Wow, you are a good cook! Jo

  • Flo, I use the core of a finish paper towel roll to release the steam. I can do it full release and any splattering is limited to within the tube. I hold it toward the top while doing this because the bottom area will get quite warm. This recipe sounds delicious and I will definitely try it.

  • Enjoyed your video very much. One of my sons is a Merchant Mariner who has sailed around the world many times passing through some of the major canals of the world Panama, Suez, Stockholm etc. Usually no pix though cause he’s too busy working. Except the Suez Canal he got a few and some souvenirsthey allow merchants aboard to sell their wares on deck. So it was very interesting for me to see pix of you going through the canal. And to think I watched it to get the Quinoa Chicken salad recipe LOL! Will be making it soon likely in our RV in Fla! (LOVE MY INSTANT POT!)

  • Holy cow! Had to stop eating for a second to write this!!! This was amazing!!

    I added a couple extra things… a little onion, garlic, green bell pepper and pinch of red pepper flakes.

    zucchini in substitute for the eggplant…
    soy sauce in substitute for the fish sauce because I didn’t have any on hand.

    Wow wow wow wow!! Home run!

  • hey Flo, are the other brands of electric pressure pots as good as the instapot? I have alot of GC’s for Bestbuy, and they dont have the insta pot brand.

  • You are very inspiring, thank you. I know low carb works for my diabetes but as you say it is not sustainable. I will try this and some of your other recipes too. Thanks again. �� oh yes, I’ve just subscribed too.

  • Great recipe!! My girlfriend and I love your videos. I am trying the recipe right now. I had green curry instead of red, so I hope it turns out!

  • Just got your book, Flo. And I picked out this recipe to try. I suppose you could freeze any remaining sauce for, perhaps, a fish dish? Thoughts. Love you, your channel, recipes and, hey, Dude too. ������������

  • This was one of my first Instant Pot recipes and I loved it! Your videos have really helped me enjoy learning how to use my new Instant Pot. Thanks Flo!