Pressure Cooker Maple Dijon Chicken Wings2022-01-27
- Yield: 4
- Servings: 4-6
- Prep Time: 10m
- Cook Time: 15m
- Ready In: 25m
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Saturated Fat9.49 g
Trans Fat4.2 g
Unsaturated Fat6.6 g
Pressure cooker maple Dijon chicken wings.Tired of the same old baked chicken wings for game day? Try these sweet and spicy chicken wings that will be a hit with the whole family!
What are the benefits of using a pressure cooker for making chicken wings?
Pressure cookers are a great way to cook chicken wings because it saves time and decreases the risk of overcooking.
In the past, people have been cooking chicken wings in a pot or in the oven. This often resulted in undercooked or overcooked wings. With pressure cookers, you can set the cooking time to ensure that you don’t overcook your wings.
What are the benefits of using Dijon mustard?
Dijon mustard is a type of mustard that originated in Dijon, France. It is made from barley malt and unfermented grape juice and has a distinctly sweet and mild flavor compared to other mustards.
The benefits of using Dijon mustard include:
– The tangy taste that it provides when used as a condiment on sandwiches or in salads.
– The spicy flavor that it brings to dishes such as steak or omelets.
– It can be used in sauces to add flavors such as pan sauces for chicken or pork dishes, vinaigrettes for salad dressings, or cheese sauces for macaroni and cheese.
Why is maple syrup used in this recipe?
Maple syrup can be substituted for other liquids in recipes, but the result may not be what you are expecting.
Nutrients found in maple syrup are not found in other liquids. Maple syrup contains manganese, calcium, magnesium, zinc, and copper. It also contains antioxidants that prevent health problems like heart disease or high cholesterol.
Maple syrup is a popular liquid to use when cooking due to its taste and nutritional value. Substituting maple syrup with another liquid will change the flavor of the dish and there may be negative effects on your health!
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Pressure Cooker Maple Dijon Chicken Wings
- 1/3 cup (80 ml) maple syrup
- 2 tablespoons Dijon mustard
- 2 tablespoons soy sauce
- 1 tablespoon apple cider vinegar
- 3 pounds (1.44 kg) chicken wings
In a pressure cooker, combine maple syrup, Dijon mustard, soy sauce, and vinegar. Whisk well until the syrup dissolves.
Add chicken wings. Toss to coat well.
Close the pot and lock the lid. Set the machine to cook at high pressure Set a timer to cook for 12 minutes.
Open the cooker with a quick-release method. Unlock and open the pot.
Transfer cooked chicken wings to a large baking sheet, reserving cooking liquid.
Preheat the broiler. Broil in preheated broiler until wings are a bit crunchy, turning once (for 4-6 minutes). Remove from the broiler and transfer to a large serving platter.
Preheat the pressure cooker over medium heat. Bring reserved sauce to a simmer. Cook, stirring, until reduced to a thick glaze.
Turn off the pressure cooker. Pour sauce over chicken wings. Sprinkle with fresh chopped parsley. Serve immediately.