How to make a Turkey in the Instant Pot
Good day friends! Welcome to Home Pressure Cooking:) Today I am sharing how to make a turkey in the Instant Pot. It doesn’t have to be Thanksgiving to make a turkey. I had a turkey dinner in less than 2 hours from cook time to table. For this recipe you only need a few ingredients. Onion soup, orange juice, and whole cranberry.
My Turkey breast was frozen solid when I put it in the Instant Pot. You always have to allow additional time for the pot to pressurize. It took an additional 15 minutes before the time started. My turkey breast was 7 lbs. and I made it in my 8 Qt. Instant Pot. I have truly found having the 6 Qt. and the 8 Qt. have been beneficial and worth my investment. I made stuffing on the side in the 6 Qt. while my turkey was cooking. You can check out my Facebook live video HERE and catch some live action cooking. I come on at least once a week and cook with y’all. For the stuffing I simply followed the recipe on the back of a Peppridge farm Herb bag. The directions were for stove top, but I used the saute function on the Instant Pot and it worked fantastic. I have made stuffing various ways and you can check out my other stuffing in the Instant Pot recipe HERE. All the juices added in the pot to make this turkey made for a wonderful gravy or sorts. The more the better drizzled on the turkey and stuffing. Believe me, you have more than enough to add on top with this recipe.
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