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Instantaneous Pot Creamy Parmesan Rooster and Rice

This creamy instant pot Parmesan Chicken and Rice is ready to have one of the most decadent and delicious dinners in no time. With hearty mushrooms, tender rice, and juicy chicken, it's a winner, winner, chicken meal!

Instant pots are a dream device because they are faster, more forgiving, and make spectacular food. Try these instant pot favorites like this lemon garlic chicken, 10 minute spaghetti, and chili.

Instant Pot Chicken and Rice is simple, creamy, and so delicious.

Instant Pot Chicken and Rice

Everyone has days when there just aren't enough hours in a day to get everything done. Then by the time it's dinner you won't have time to cook what you planned. This is when Instant Pot Creamy Parmesan Chicken and Rice Recipe comes in to save the day. The cream and parmesan cheese create such a dreamy creamy texture that your whole family will love. Tender and juicy chicken bites add flavor and protein. And don't forget the mushrooms, they add a great umami flavor to this delicious instant pot chicken and rice. It's the perfect combination of chicken and rice!

Chicken and rice are great comfort foods. With its sensational creaminess and taste, it just fills you perfectly. Instant Pot Chicken and Rice is just one way to enjoy this convenience meal. For more variations on chicken and rice, try my casserole, pan or this recipe for a fiesta pan. Serve one of these main courses with loads of rolls and a nice green salad. Now you have a full dinner everyone will love!

Creamy Parmesan Chicken Rice Ingredients

Simple ingredients create this incredible chicken dish. No cream soups in this instant chicken and rice pot. The pressure cooker does the job by adding flavor to the chicken and creating tender rice. That comes together quickly.

  • Olive oil: To fry
  • Onion: Finely chopped.
  • Chicken: Cut into bite-sized pieces.
  • Italian spice: A perfect blend of spices.
  • Salt and pepper:Taste
  • Chicken soup: Creates the flavor and cooks the rice.
  • Rice: Rinse your rice. I used jasmine
  • Mushrooms: Sliced ​​or roughly chopped
  • Fat whipped cream: This creates the creaminess of the dish.
  • Shredded parmesan cheese: If you have freshly grated it is best.
  • Salt and pepper: Taste
  • Chopped parsley and freshly chopped parmesan for garnish

Prepare the chicken and rice in the instant pot

Just a little frying is all you have to do, then let the instant pot of chicken and rice take over. A quick 8 minutes is all it takes when it comes to pressure. Dinner is on the table in no time.

  1. Frying: Set the instant pot to roast. Add olive oil and onion.
  2. Stir: Cook until almost tender, then add the chicken. Sprinkle the Italian seasoning and salt and pepper on top. Continue frying until it is no longer pink.
  3. Combine: Add the chicken broth, rice, and mushrooms. Cover your instant pot and make sure it is in the sealed position. Cook on manual high for 8 minutes.
  4. Release: Carefully release the remaining pressure quickly.
  5. Finish it: Stir in the cream and parmesan. Serve to garnish with freshly shredded cheese and chopped parsley.

Fry the onions, chicken and prepare the chicken and rice.

Tips for Amazing Instant Pot Chicken and Rice

Creating this instant pot chicken and rice is super easy, anyone can do it. Here are some tips to make it irresistible.

  • Chicken: You can use chicken breasts or chicken legs in this dish. Be sure to cut the chicken into the same bite-sized pieces. This way the chicken cooks evenly.
  • Mushrooms: If you don't love mushrooms, you can leave them all together, or spend them on zucchini, pumpkin, or broccoli.
  • Rice: This instant chicken and rice recipe is written for white rice. Brown rice takes longer to cook, so I don't recommend it. I used jasmine rice in this recipe and it was delicious. Basmati is another great choice.
  • Creaminess: Instant Pot Chicken and Rice is almost a risotto type of consistency and texture.
  • Boil over: Don't let go of the chicken and rice naturally. It will cook over the chicken and create a sticky rice consistency. You want to let go quickly once the timer runs out.
  • Can I use whole chicken? This instant pot recipe was written for chicken that has already been cut. Using whole chicken would increase the cooking time and cook the rice over.
  • Leftovers: Keep leftovers tightly closed in the refrigerator for up to 3-4 days. Heat in the microwave until just warmed up.

Are you new to the Instant Pot family?

If you are new to the instant pot, we welcome you to the family! This instant pot chicken and rice is the perfect recipe to break in your new appliance. Here are some tips for your incredible device!

  • How it works: Instant pots are a form of pressure cooker. They work by generating heat and sealing it off. This means that the temperature can be much higher than the boiling point of water and the steam cannot escape. The steam cooks the food much faster than traditional cooking on the stove or in the oven.
  • Can they explode? The first time you use your instant pot there is a fear that the pressure will build up and explode. Unlike the old pressure cookers, today's instant pots have sensors built into them (around 10 of them) that turn off the stove or reduce the pressure if they detect a fault. You should be safe as long as you use it properly.
  • Why are they so great? Instant pots are kitchen wonders. They are used for rice cookers, vegetable steamers and roasts. If you can cook it in the slow cooker or oven, you can probably cook it in the instant pot in less time. They improve the taste of your dish by literally forcing the taste into your dish. And my favorite reason I love instant pots is because it doesn't matter if I get home from a long day and find that I haven't got a chicken out of the freezer for dinner. I can cook the chicken from frozen and tenderize in about an hour, juicy chicken ready to eat.
  • Read your manual! Using an instant pot has advantages and disadvantages. It is important that you get to know yours. Therefore, read the manual carefully and often.

Instant Pot Chicken and Rice in a bowl.

More Chicken Dinners to Try!

Chicken is a favorite protein for cooking. It's so versatile, low in fat, and an incredible source of protein. Chicken and rice is just the beginning of the endless possibilities you can create with chicken. Here's some inspiration to try tonight.

Instant Pot Creamy Parmesan Chicken and Rice

Preparation time 10 protocol

cooking time 20th protocol

total time 30th protocol

author Alyssa Rivers

Servings 6th People

This creamy instant pot Parmesan Chicken and Rice is ready to have one of the most decadent and delicious dinners in no time. With hearty mushrooms, tender rice, and juicy chicken, it's a winner, winner, chicken meal!

  • 1
    tablespoon
    olive oil
  • 1
    small
    onion
    diced
  • 1 1/2
    lb
    chicken
    cut into 1 inch cubes
  • 1
    tablespoon
    Italian spice
  • salt and pepper
  • 4th
    cups
    chicken soup
  • 1 1/2
    cups
    rice
    rinsed (I used jasmine)
  • 1
    Cup
    Sliced ​​mushrooms
  • 1/2
    Cup
    fat whipped cream
  • 1/4
    Cup
    grated parmesan cheese
    I prefer freshly shredded
  • Salt and pepper to taste
  • chopped parsley and freshly chopped parmesan for garnish
  1. Set the instant pot to roast. Add olive oil and onion. Cook until almost tender, then add the chicken. Add the Italian seasoning and salt and pepper. Continue frying until it is no longer pink.

  2. Add the chicken broth, rice, and mushrooms. Cover your instant pot and make sure it is in the sealed position. Cook on manual high for 8 minutes. Carefully release the remaining pressure quickly.

  3. Stir in the cream and parmesan. Serve to garnish with freshly shredded cheese and chopped parsley.

Served: 6th

Calories409kcal (20%)carbohydrates41G (14%)protein17thG (34%)fat20thG (31%)Saturated fat8thG (40%)cholesterol71mg (24%)sodium690mg (29%)potassium375mg (11%)Fiber1G (4%)sugar1G (1%)Vitamin A.414IU (8th%)vitamin C13mg (16%)calcium107mg (11%)iron2mg (11%)

All nutritional information is based on third party calculations and is only an estimate. Every recipe and nutritional value depends on the brands, measuring methods and serving sizes you use per household.

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