Pressure-Cooker Chicken with Olives & Artichokes
Total TimePrep: 30 min. Cook: 15 min. + releasing
Not sure how the first comment says "bland"!? How can basil, garlic, olives, lemon, thyme and rosemary be bland? It was delicious! I served on top of wide egg noodles and it was great. The flavors were amazing! Easy dinner in 15 mins! Will def make again!
Very bland and tasteless.Don't waste your time.Much better recipes are available.
I was so excited to make this for a friend visiting from Spain. The orange juice was overpowering (I used fresh squeezed) and it was to saucy and bland. I added more salt and pepper and boiled the sauce down and this helped a little, but I definitely would not make this again.
This was a hit with my family, including the kids! We all love olives and artichokes, so it seemed like a natural winner. I was skeptical that the orange juice might clash with the olives, but I think the chicken broth tempers it so that you don't even notice it. If you wanted to, white wine might be a good substitute, but I'm not going to change it in the future. Goes well with wild rice and baby bellas with spinach/artichoke/cheese mixture.
So I thought this looked absolutely amazing so I decided to make it for a first date dinner.......well it was anything but amazing. It did however provide us with a very good laugh. So for starters, the combination of flavors was extremely odd. I decided to leave the skin on (probably my worst mistake) because I thought it would be nice and crispy (O it was not). When u pour liquid over it all crispyness goes right out the window. When the timer went off and the lid was lifted all of the liquid was still present making a chicken soup of sorts which I was not expecting. So after straining out the meat and olives and artichokes the dish just looked like a very bland pile on a plate. The first bite was interesting to say the least. The orange juice was the only flavor present and it was not a pleasant one at that. The chicken had no other flavor besides that. The olives were disgusting and the artichoke didn’t taste at all like artichoke. Well, I provided a very good laugh for a first date meal that’s for sure. Guess that’s what really matters. Not sure where I went wrong with this dish but if I make it again I am definitely changing 90% of this recipe. I do not recommend it as is.