Place frozen chicken in Instant pot, pour all ingredients except cream cheese over chicken. place lid on pot and set valve to seal.
* If you want to make rice with this, now is the time to prepare it and stick it on top of the rice, see instructions below.
set Instant pot to manual 18 minutes. let Naturally Release to 5-10 minutes.
meanwhile, make noodles.
release remaining pressure and mix in the cream cheese. breaking up the chicken a bit.
Serve over noodles or rice.
(if making brown rice with this meal, increase time to 23 minutes)
To make brown rice with this meal, you just need an oven safe bowl that fits inside your pot. mix in 1 & 1/2 cups of brown rice, 3 & 1/3 cups water or broth, 1 TB butter. stir, and place a trivet on top of chicken in Instant Pot, bowl on top of trivet, then cook, increasing time to 23 minutes. NPR for 5 -10 minutes before opening the lid.
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Set Instant Pot to Saute, pour in oil and brown the meat for a few minutes.
Be sure to scrape up any stuck parts off the bottom of the pot.
Remove meat and throw in mushrooms and onions. Saute for a few minutes.
Return meat to the pot and add remaining ingredients except for sour cream and cream cheese.
Place lid on the pot and set to high pressure for 20 minutes.
NPR 5-10 minutes (NPR means Natural Preasure Release) simply let it sit for 5-10 minutes and then release the remaining pressure by moving the toggle to vent.
Add in the cream cheese (this mixes easily if already softened)
Add sour cream.
Serve over noodles!
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Today I’m going to share with you a very special recipe. This recipe has made me famous! Bet you didn’t know I’m a little bit famous huh? Well, to 5 little people that call me Auntie I am, and mostly thanks to this yummy chicken dinner! All because I made it, once upon a time when they (there was only 4 of them at the time) came to spend the night. The result was they loved it and went home telling my sister that she HAD to make aunties chicken!
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