Instant Pot stuffing is the prefect side dish recipe for the holidays. Free up room in the oven by making this simple dressing in the pressure cooker.
Turn the Instant Pot to the Satué mode. Once the IP reads HOT add in the olive oil and let heat up a bit. Add in the celery and sauté for a minute before adding in the onion. Season with salt and pepper to taste.
Sauté until the onions are just about translucent this will take about 2 minutes. Add in the minced garlic sauté until onions are translucent.
Once the veggies are done cooking remove them from the inner pot and let cool some before mixing into the stuffing mix. Deglaze the inner pot if needed.
In a large bowl add in the dried bread cubes, sage, parsely, and chicken broth. Let sit for a minute or so for the bread cubes to absorb the chicken broth.
Mix together the dried bread cubes, sage, and chicken broth until all the bread cubes feel moist. I like to do this with my hands. I kind of squeeze the bread cubes to help absorb the chicken broth.
Mix the egg into the wet stuffing mixture until combined. Don't over mix or squeeze the bread cubes too much. We want the stuffing mixture wet so it will be moist when cooked.
With the veggies cooled down some mix them into the stuffing mixture.
Spray your baking dish that fits into your Instant Pot with cooking spray. Add the stuffing into the baking dish.
Place a trivet into the inner pot and add the cup of water into the inner pot.
Place the baking dish full of stuffing onto the trivet.
Place the lid onto the Instant Pot making sure the steam release valve is closed.
Press the pressure cooker button (making sure it's on high pressure) adjust the cooking time to 25 minutes.
When the cooking time is over do a natural release for 10 minutes.
To crispy up the top of the stuffing mix place under broiler that is set to high for 2 minutes.
I used my 6 quart Instant Pot. If you use a different size pressure cooker adjust the water amount for your size Instant Pot.
The nutritional value may vary depending on the ingredients used.
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