Mom of 5 Tested the Instant Pot: Here’s What She Thought | The Rachael Ray Show
So, we’re checking out a bunch of new trends, we’re having them, a test-drive really, by our viewers, and some of our friends, and even our staffers. This next lady, Stacie, she’s awesome, she’s a great cook, and that’s a good thing, ’cause she has five children that are hungry, all the time. So we wanted her to try out a new thing, it’s kind of the opposite of a slow-cooker. Its’ called the Instant Pot, and it claims to cut cooking time to, up to 70%, ’cause it has seven different functions. Let’s see if it’s everything it’s supposed to be. Hi, I’m Stacie Lange. I’m a mother of five kids, living in Orlando, Florida. I have a food blog, because I love to cook. And I’ve been hearing a lot about Instant Pot. It does slow cooking, it does pressure cooking, it even makes rice. I read the directions, it said equal portion of rice, to water, so I’ve got two cups of rice, to two cups of water. And there is a function that says “rice”, and there we go. And it’s looks good, nice and fluffy. I think I’ll be serving this alongside some ribs tonight. Usually it takes about two hours to make barbecue ribs, so I’m anxious to try this recipe out. We’re gonnna start off with two cups of apple juice. About 1/4 cup of apple cider vinegar. Next thing we do, is we just wanna get this warm, we’re gonna go ahead at this point and put the baby-back ribs right into the pot. High, 32, and let it go. Let’s see how these ribs turned out. We’re gonna dress ’em up with barbecue sauce. And we’re gonna finish ’em off in the broiler a bit. So there we are, five minutes. Looks delicious. I think I have a few taste testers here that are gonna love trying these. Right off the bone.
Yeah. Go ahead and try it and let me know what you think. Mmm. You guys give it the thumbs up? Mmm, yes. These are good. (audience cheers & applause)