1 1/2 Cups Cut Carrots (I used baby carrots and sliced them up)
2 Celery Stalks, Chopped
2 Medium Potatoes, Cubed
2 Chicken Breasts
1 1/2 Cups Chicken Broth (I always use low sodium broths)
1 Tsp Salt
2 Tbsp Flour
2 Tbsp Butter Softened
1/2 Cup Heavy Whipping Cream
1 Cup Frozen Peas
1 Tsp Black Pepper
Preheat oven to 400 degrees.
Select the saute function on the Instant Pot and add the oil.
Add the onion, carrots, and celery. Stir and cook for a few minutes. Add the potatoes, chicken, broth and salt and pepper. Secure the lid.
Select manual and cook on high pressure for 8 minutes.
Meanwhile, unroll crescent roll dough and place on baking sheet. (I used foil and sprayed beforehand). I also added a little spritz of spray butter and garlic powder with a pinch of parsley flakes. Bake for about 12 minutes or until desired brownness.
Once pressure cooking is complete, use a quick release. Remove the chicken and slide into cubes (bite-size).
Select saute on the pot.
In a small bowl combine the flour and butter into a smooth paste. Add the paste into instant pot along with cream and peas. Cook, stirring until the paste is dissolved about 4 minutes. Add the chicken and season to taste.
Enjoy! I served ours in a bowl with the crescent roll on top/side.
Awhile back I got a bug to go out and get a sewing machine, determined to learn a little on my own and make some doggy bandanas. Well many failed attempts and some not-so-great successes have made me put it off for awhile again. Today I broke it back out and again had many failed and not-so-great successes. Overall I guess in the end they work great on the dogs and look good when their wearing them!
I do hope to break out and try some other things eventually. Who knows what I might learn in the end and maybe become “okay” at it. Ha! 😀
First I want to start off by saying, this isn’t a product review blog, however when we find a product we like, we just might recommend it for our followers and their homes.
I love the look of mulch in landscaping, however one of the downfalls is how incredibly fast it fades. Even when it says it’s guaranteed for a a year plus, we all know that just isn’t the case. Well we found this product to give it a try at Menards. Needless to say, we were both very impressed with it. Super easy to put on, and way cheaper than going out and buying a bunch of new bags of mulch to refresh it.
Pretty sure we’ll be buying this again in the spring to refresh it after the long North Dakota winter. 🙂 I bottle covered all of our mulch, and if you’ve seen our landscaping, we actually have quite a bit!
I know I’ve said it on a bunch of recipes I’ve posted, but talk about SUPER easy! This recipe was done in no time, all in one-pot for easy clean-up. I was also pleasantly surprised by the full flavor of the meal. Highly recommend for a quick night meal.
Talk about a super easy and amazing home-cooked meal! This meal is so much simpler and faster then you could ever imagine, thanks to the Instant Pot! I didn’t have much camera success today taking a good image. See below for a few more photos. 🙂
This was supposed to be just a quick throw together meal for Derek and I. Well simple it was, however it tasted like something that was made over a long difficult time in the kitchen. Simple, yet tasty.
Start by adding a little olive oil to a pan and heating over medium heat. Add onions, saute for a couple of minutes then add in garlic. Saute for 1 minute longer and add in sausage slices, cook until done.
Prepare Ravioli according to directions and then strain water out.
Derek and I have been busy bodies getting our fall decorations up. We know, we’re a little early, but that is our style. We like to enjoy them for a longer period of time. What fall decorations are you putting in place? It’s one of my favorite seasons (even if it is way too short). You can also bet on walking into our home to smell fantastic fall smells like pumpkin!