If you like fast, easy, delicious recipes, then you don’t want to miss this Instant Pot Bacon Mushroom Swiss Chicken recipe! It is wonderful!
Keyword: Instant Pot Bacon Mushroom Swiss Chicken
Author: Aunt Lou
Electric Pressure Cooker
3slicesof baconcrisply cooked, crumbled and drippings reserved
3bonelessskinless chicken breasts
4ozcan sliced mushroomsdrained
10.75ozcan cream of chicken soup
3slicesof swiss cheese
Pour your reserved bacon grease in your instant pot and heat up using the saute feature
Place your chicken breasts in the warmed grease and cook for 3-5 minutes until slightly golden (turning once) then turn off saute feature
In a bowl, mix together your broth and soup until well blended
Pour your soup mixture in your instant pot over your chicken and warm through
Cover with your drained mushrooms
Seal the lid and cook on manual high for 10 minutes.
Do not let it go to warm, quick release.
Place your chicken in a dish that can be covered. Place a slice of Swiss on top of each chicken breast, sprinkle with bacon, cover and let sit for 10-15 minutes more until the cheese is melted
If you need more chicken, you can double the chicken and double the cheese and leave the rest of the recipe the same. However, you will need to adjust the cooking time to accommodate the extra chicken.
If you use an 8-quart electric pressure cooker, you may want to use an extra 1/2 cup of broth to help bring it up to pressure.
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Finally, all electric pressure cookers cook differently, so cooking times are always a basic guideline. Recipes should always be tested first in your own electric pressure cooker and time adjusted as needed.