Sometimes when you’re entertaining you need something that will make everyone happy and satisfied AND is easy to get on the table! This can be served with wild rice pilaf, regular rice or cauliflower rice on the side along with a serving of your favorite vegetables or salad. Plus, making this in a pressure cooker means you can enjoy time with your guests or just relax because you’re not standing over a stovetop!
I served it with roasted asparagus and my stretch long grain & wild rice.
Because this is a recipe I like to use for entertaining and since I also like to keep my costs down, I make my stretch rice… I take one box of wild & long grain rice mix and prepare it as the package directs. At the same time I’ll make 1 cup long grain white rice in my pressure cooker. Once both are finished, I mix them together. The flavor is still perfect and usually the box serves 3, but making this way will serve at least six!
Bill couldn’t get enough of this sauce! He asked me to just make it alone so we can keep it on hand!
Makes 8 servings
¼ cup rice vinegar
1 6oz can tomato paste
3 tablespoons mayonnaise
1 garlic clove, pressed
¼ cup honey
1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
1 teaspoon paprika
½ cup olive oil
salt and pepper
¼ cup white onion, chopped
3 tablespoons Pantry French Onion Dip Mix
1 8oz can whole cranberry sauce
8 boneless, skinless chicken breast halves
- In a tall cup, combine the vinegar, tomato paste, mayonnaise, garlic, honey, Worcestershire sauce, paprika, oil and salt and pepper. Using an immersion blender, blend until smooth. Pour into a bowl and combine with the onion, dip mix and cranberry sauce, mixing well.
- Pour ¼ water in the bottom of a pressure cooker inner pot. Place the chicken breasts in the pot and pour the sauce evenly over the chicken.
- Secure the lid and adjust the time to 8 minutes on HIGH pressure. Press START.
- When the timer is up, let the pressure cooker manually release for 10 minutes. Remove the chicken and serve with the sauce on top.
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