Creamy, cheesy and delicious - this Instant Pot Chicken Alfredo is the ultimate comfort dish and is ready in just 30 minutes!
Using an Instant Pot is the easiest way to create fabulous meals in the quickest amount of time! If you haven't already treated yourself to one, take our word for it - it will revolutionize the way you cook!
An Instant Pot uses pressure to cook food quickly. Not only is it a time-saver, but many people swear that the food they cook in their Instant Pots tastes better than food cooked any other way! And if you try this recipe, you'll see what they mean!
This Instant Pot Chicken Alfredo tastes as though it’s been served right from Italy! It's a versatile dish, ideal for a quick family dinner but impressive enough to serve on date night or at a dinner party.
The recipe calls for broccoli florets, but if you're in a hurry (or you just can't get any) then frozen florets will work just as well.
The great thing about the Instant Pot is that it can help thaw foods directly from the freezer! If you are using frozen broccoli as opposed to fresh, just saute them in the Instant Pot for a few minutes and remove them once done. You can then add them back in as the recipe calls for them.
Some people worry that nutrients are lost through pressure cooking, but the good news is that these fears are totally unfounded!
Pressure cooking is actually a healthy way to prepare meals, as it allows heat to be evenly distributed and food to cook quickly.
When cooking vegetables, you don’t need heaps of water. All that's needed is a little water to create enough steam to cook them. Unlike slow-cooking - which can turn your veggies mushy - pressure cooking produces vegetables that can be just as crisp and vibrant as they were when they went in!
You can also try this copycat recipe for Olive Garden Chicken Alfredo