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Fool-Proof Pressure Cooker Rice Pilaf Recipe

Fool-Proof Pressure Cooker Rice Pilaf - www.HealthStartsinthekitchen.comRice is one of the few grains that I indulge in as an occasional treat, since I don’t have a negative reaction when I eat it. And since I came up with this amazing  Fool-Proof Pressure Cooker Rice Pilaf Recipe, I’ve made it at least once a week. sometimes (I’m embarrassed to say) more than once a week! Ok, ok…. I’ll admit, I made it twice in one day, it’s so stupid-easy and delicious!

Did you ever have those easy (almost instant) packets of rice pilaf that you buy at the grocery store?? My Pressure Cooker Rice Pilaf Recipe tastes very, very, very similar…. AND this recipe takes LESS TIME & EFFORT to prepare than those packets!

You don’t have to chop any vegetables, no sauteing, no stirring, no nothing! You just toss everything into your pressure cooker and it’s ready in 5 minutes, isn’t that awesome!?!? Don’t have a pressure cooker, I recommend THIS ONE, it is the easiest and safest electric pressure cooker you can buy, trust me you’ll love it! I use mine nearly every day 🙂

The ease of this Pressure Cooker Rice Pilaf Recipe comes from using dehydrated vegetable soup mix, the very same that you probably already have in your pantry for making my Homemade Cup-A-Soup —  but if you don’t click HERE to get some, there’s so many awesome uses for it and it keeps forever.

Fool-Proof Pressure Cooker Rice Pilaf - www.HealthStartsinthekitchen.com

Fool-Proof Pressure Cooker Rice Pilaf - www.HealthStartsinthekitchen.com

Pressure Cooker Rice Pilaf Recipe

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Prep Time: 1 minute
Cook Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 6 minutes
Servings: 4 servings

Ingredients

Instructions

  • Combine all ingredients in your pressure cooker.
  • Secure lid and cook on white rice setting for 5 minutes.
  • Quick depressurize when completed cooking.
  • Fluff with a fork prior to serving, Enjoy!

Notes

If you do not have a automatic, electric pressure cooker this recipe can also be made in a traditional stove top pressure cooker by cooking at low or 10 psi for 5 minutes.
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3 Comments

  1. Can you use fresh diced veggies if you don’t have dried soup mix? Would I decrease the liquid or leave as is?
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