Spicy Buffalo Chicken Sandwich
This recipe gives you a healthier take on the game day fave so you can get your wing fix – without getting your hands dirty.SEE THE RECIPE
We all love a good slow cooker recipe, the kind that has you drooling for 6-8 hours in anticipation. But sometimes, we gotta speed things up a bit. Enter the pressure cooker – the latest kitchen must-have that gives you low-and-slow flavor in a fraction of the time. It’s cold outside, and that means big, hearty, comfort-food-sized servings are in order, so we recommend using our oversized Tailgater Brat Buns or Tailgater Gourmet Buns to get the full experience with these recipes.
This Midwestern take on the French Dip usually requires hours of simmering. But you can get the same tender beef and rich taste in the pressure cooker with this recipe from The Kitchn. The at-home hack? Using chuck roast and then shredding the meat instead of slicing it.
Sure, you can do Sloppy Joes on the stovetop pretty quickly. But using the pressure cooker (as this recipe from Plain Chicken does) gives you the moist-heat upgrade, or MHU (yeah, we just made that up), which keeps things super tender. Bonus – no stovetop splatter!
It may be cold outside, but you can conjure up some tropical vibes to chase the seasonal blues away with this recipe from Food Network. The game changer about modern pressure cookers is their sauté setting, so you brown your meat and veggies without the extra stovetop step.
No list of pressure cooker recipes would be complete without a pulled pork entry. It’s ability to get pretty darn close to that all-day smoker taste makes it a fave with BBQ fans everywhere. This recipe from Gimme Some Oven breaks it down for you.
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