Another recipe recommendation from a friend! This one turned out delicious and if you can tell I actually added normal rice to this meal too. It's that time of year where my carb intake is extremely high, so I've started to add rice to some of my meals to help meet my daily goal. I've actually found that mixing normal rice with cauliflower rice is my favorite, so I apologize for all the cauliflower rice meals I've been making recently. Anyways, about this recipe... I altered some of the original recipe ingredients and used coconut aminos instead of soy sauce, tomato paste instead of ketchup, and chicken breasts instead of thighs. Those swaps are shown in the recipe below, but if you want to see the original recipe or alter the serving size/ingredient amounts, click the link below. If you have a pressure cooker, then this chicken meal takes very little time to prepare! (If you don't have a pressure cooker though, you can simply throw this meal into the slow cooker on low for 8 hours too.) While that was cooking I made the Garlic Cauliflower Mash. Instead of using the food processor, I drained the cauliflower, then threw it back on the stove top on medium heat and used a wire masher to make the mash. The food processor definitely makes the mash more smooth, but the masher is another simple and easy way to make a mash. Overall, I really enjoyed this meal and it was not like one I have made before, so I enjoyed something different! I have a feeling this one will be thrown into the weekly meal prep rotation alongside my Homemade BBQ Pulled Chicken and Buffalo Chicken.
Instant Pot Honey Garlic Chicken
*I put the Instant Pot on saute mode for about 8 minutes to thicken up the sauce some.
Original recipe found here
Garlic Cauliflower Mash
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