Amish Open-faced Chicken Sandwich And Mashed Potatoes - Pressure Cooker

 My personal favorite quick comfort meal recipe. Effortless Open-Faced Chicken Sandwiches and Mashed Potatoes

In a pressure cooker, pressure cook some chicken thighs in a cup of chicken broth or bone broth for 20 minutes. When it’s done open the lid, add a half stick of butter sprinkle a little bit of flour or arrowroot on top and use the MIX AND CHOP to chop it up.  Serve it over buttered bread or on a roll 
And I have two pressure cookers just for this reason. I usually like to cook about 12 to 15 chicken thighs because we like leftovers

Scrub a few potatoes, toss in the pressure cook and add a cup of water. Depending on the size of this could take anywhere from 12 to 15 minutes or if you chopped them up 12 minutes will work I can’t go wrong with 15.  You won’t overcook them  
Drain the water. That is important. 
Add some butter, milk and if you like sour cream. We love hell of a good french onion dip, and mash with the MIX AND CHOP. A bit of salt and pepper. 
They’ll stay hot in the pressure cooker on keep warm during the meal for someone to come back for seconds. 
If you want to run with this, add some bacon and cheddar cheese on top and close the lid and let that all mellow.  
If you make this alongside of the Amish chicken barbecue, you can take some of the juices and put it on your potatoes too

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