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Old 06-09-2019, 22:08   #1
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Default Instapot Cabbage and Sausage

A month or so ago I purchased an instapot pressure cooker. Tonight I made the most delicious meal ever. You can saute right in the pot and it takes only 5 minutes to cook.

Saute onion in butter
Cut up sausage and brown with the onion
Throw in 1/2 head of cabbage cut up
Add 1/2 can of diced tomatoes
Add cumin, garlic powder, salt, pepper, and red pepper flakes
Add one cup of chicken broth

Set instapot to manual and cook 5 minutes. Allow to sit for a few minutes before venting.

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Old 06-09-2019, 23:54   #2
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Sounds good. That seems like a lot of liquid. Does it get reduced in the cooking?

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Sounds good. That seems like a lot of liquid. Does it get reduced in the cooking?
During the cooking, the pressure cooker vents off a lot of steam, so yes it cooks down. You can use less liquid. I'm telling you, it was delicious, and I've never been a big cabbage fan.

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I sent you a PM with liink to how to post pictures. I want an instapot.

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Thanks, mbuster. I tried all that and it kept giving me a box for a url address. I'll keep working on it.

The instapot is truly wonderful. So many things you can do with it. It makes incredible soup. My favorite is broccoli and cheese. Also, it makes a great tomato bisque soup. You can cook frozen chicken in it.

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Ok. Here's the picture of the cabbage and sausage dish with my instapot.
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I knew it would be worth the wait. Now I want cabbage.

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I'm telling you, I've never tasted anything so delicious and EASY. You can get an instapot at Target.

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I'm telling you, I've never tasted anything so delicious and EASY. You can get an instapot at Target.
I love my instant pot. I bought it on Black Friday at Amazon. It took me a while to unbox it and use it because I had instantpotunboxaphobia. So far I've made a whole baked chicken, a pork shoulder, and a couple of pot roasts.
Now, I'm hungry for cabbage too!

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Now, I'm hungry for cabbage too!
Heh. Just bought some cabbage today. Unfortunately our slow cooker is out of commission -- someone dropped the liner and it is not repairable. May have to use the pressure cooker for this one.

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