Pressure-Cooker Mediterranean Chicken Orzo
Total TimePrep: 15 min. Cook: 5 min. + standing
We really liked this, the taste was excellent although it was a bit soupier than we expected from the picture. Maybe if we added more orzo. I've added it to our monthly rotation - oh, and I don't know the creator of the recipe.
OMG.This was by far there worst recipe I have ever made. Cooking for over 45 years. Sauce was awful. Seriously the reviews were packed with people he knew. Awful. Tossed in the garbage.
This was very good. It seemed like a lot of olives, but the finished product had a good balance of ingredients. I might add some chopped artichoke hearts next time, and some feta cheese on top. The final product came out moister than I expected, so I might leave the lid off for that last 8-10 minute rest. Maybe I was supposed to? Anyway, it's good comfort food and the family loved it.
Amazing- makes me feel like a good cook. It is that food you eat at potlucks and wonder how they did that... But... way more time consuming than a truly busy weeknight chef desires. I am a dump and go kind of girl on weeknights and this left a bit too much grating, chopping, and hovering over a recipe to qualify as quick. Not to mention that the instapot is never really “instant” by the time the pressure builds. But it wasn’t complicated and is really “a taste of home” cooking.
Made this in my Instant Pot exactly according to recipe. It was absolutely delicious! The lemony scent of chicken with olives filled my kitchen. My family loved it! We added a bit of feta cheese on top for garnish. A keeper!
Delicious! Made some tweaks to suit our tastes: I left bone-in chicken thighs whole, skinned
I make this recipe all the time! It's so good and you can change up the spices. I've used Indian spices to make it taste completely different and give it an Indian flare. Or use Italian spices to make it taste like the recipe asks. It's a great dish and I've never had anyone over that disliked it. Add some bread to serve it with!
Really easy but a little bland so topped it off with feta. That was the perfect way to finish it off!
Very easy, very good. As suggested in another review, I put spinach in at the end - wonderful! Next time will add some shrimp and leave out the green olives just for kicks. It will be better when I can use garden tomatoes. Thanks for sharing!
I made this tonight and it was so easy and so good. I used green ripe olives in it, just wondering if I should have used Manzanilla olives instead. The only changes I would make when I make it again would be to add salt and pepper to the chicken and some lemon pepper to the broth. This was just wonderful on a cold night.