Almost 4 years ago we got married. One of the gifts we received was a pressure cooker that my husband put on the registry. Funny enough it was the one thing I didn’t have in the kitchen. Oh and it scared me the bees knees out of me too. I did not want that pressure cooker as I thought it might blow up. What if I do something wrong. Forward to now and I cannot live without it! For reasons like this Instant Pot Teriyaki Pork that literally cooks in half the time then what it would normally take on the stove.
On Monday, I tried to cook some Cajun potatoes in my pressure cooker. Unfortunately, needless to say the pressure cooker I had finally bit the dust. Almost four years and we used it a lot and that’s a huge understatement. Additionally, I knew it was time to bite the bullet and get a new one. Hence, after doing some research we knew it was time to go with an Instant Pot. Since they are well known company and specialize in pressure cooking instruments.
About The Instant Pot:
After taking a look at all the models they have we settled on the Duo Plus 6QT 9-in-1 since it fits all the different cooking styles we would like to do at a push of a button. A model with the yogurt button was a must for me because I really want to make key lime yogurt.
We ordered it through Amazon and got it the same day. Therefore we did the pressure test then moved on to make jasmine rice for this Instant Pot Teriyaki Pork. Hence it was simple and the jasmine rice came out perfect! After we hopped on over to making the pork in which turned out beautifully.
Furthermore, I did not use the meat button because the settings were all far to long for what I was looking for in texture. Hence you will see this in the recipe below. For this recipe I would need to pressure cook for 15 minutes then waited about 10 minutes before releasing the pressure. After we also saute in the sauce which cooks the pork for about 5 minutes allowing it to thicken around the pork.
For that reason, it came out so perfect and so much better than it ever has on the stove. Honestly, I am really enjoying the new instant pot but I know for a fact it is time to order the non stick insert as I suck when it comes to things that are stainless steel = burn it. Plus, the accessories for the top like the lid for the fridge that’s also a serious must have when cooking beef goulash. Lastly, with no further ado here is the recipe but stay tuned for more instant pot treasures and just maybe some disasters.Print