If quick and simple dinners are right up your alley, look no further than these Instant Pot chicken thigh recipes.
From Asian fusion to comfy Italian cuisine, you can’t go wrong with recipes like these.
Every bite of chicken is flavorful and tender when you use thighs as your cut of meat.
Though chicken breasts are a common protein, thighs make delicious meals, too.
Your whole family will love these protein-packed chicken thigh Instant Pot recipes.
The internet has me obsessed with honey garlic chicken.
And I love that I can use my Instant Pot to make this amazing dinner!
Skin-on, seared, tender, and juicy chicken thighs are the bulk of this recipe.
But let me tell you, it’s the sauce that steals the show!
It’s spicy, sweet, and savory. Serve up the chicken over rice with your favorite veggies.
You don’t need to follow a fancy recipe to make a delicious meal.
All you need are some simple seasonings, chicken thighs, and your Instant Pot!
Start by searing the seasoned chicken thighs in your Instant Pot.
This will help brown the skin before the rest of the cooking begins.
Serve it with your favorite grains and veggies to make it a full meal.
Gravy is optional but definitely not needed for chicken like this.
Ditch your old baked chicken recipe and bite into this glorious garlic chicken instead!
You’ll wonder why you never used the Instant Pot before.
Don’t let the long ingredient list fool you, as it’s all seasonings for delicious and flavorful chicken!
Be sure to cook the chicken on a trivet to keep it nice and crisp.
After the chicken has cooked, the drippings make a delicious gravy. Just boil the juices with a cornstarch slurry.
These creamy cilantro chicken thighs are a meal you have to try!
If you’re one of those people who doesn’t taste soap when you eat cilantro, this is the meal for you.
The trick to seasoning this chicken is making a seasoning paste before searing.
Then, finish cooking it for 5 minutes at high pressure.
The last step of this recipe is stirring in yogurt to make the creamy cilantro sauce.
This keeps the dairy from getting chunky while cooking.
Chicken and rice is one of those meals I grew up on. And now, it’s even easier thanks to your trusty Instant Pot.
If you like casseroles, this is the recipe for you!
Just sear cut chicken thighs, then add broth, veggies, and rice to pressure cook.
For a creamy casserole, substitute part of the chicken broth with cream of chicken soup.
An easy and delicious dinner never looked so good!
Sure, Chinese takeout is good in a pinch. But why waste your hard earned money when you can make teriyaki chicken at home?
This recipe only takes about 30 minutes to make, give or take for pressurizing.
By cooking the chicken in the teriyaki sauce, it infuses the meat with the flavor.
To get that thick and sticky takeout-style sauce, simmer with a cornstarch slurry.
Serve up this chicken with broccoli and rice for an authentic Asian meal straight from your kitchen.
Okay southerners, don’t come after me for saying this. But barbecue chicken doesn’t require cooking on a grill!
In fact, these barbecue chicken thighs are so easy to make, you might just ditch the grill altogether. At least for chicken anyway!
All you need to make this recipe is chicken thighs, dry rub, and barbecue sauce.
Just be sure to saute with the sauce to get that sticky and thick sauce layer on the chicken.
My favorite part of football season is the buffalo chicken wings.
Rather than wait for game day, I make these buffalo chicken tacos instead!
While the thighs cook in buffalo sauce, work on the garlic ranch sauce.
After the chicken is done cooking, shred it and broil it for a bit of crispiness in every bite.
This chicken is amazing as tacos, or over rice. Serve it with avocado, creamy ranch, and chopped cabbage.
One bite of this meal and you’ll be in heaven. Who knew that heaven is only 30 minutes away, and the gate is in your kitchen!
Last-minute meals don’t have to lack flavor, as this recipe proves.
The chicken takes just 15 minutes using your Instant Pot to sear and trivets to pressure cook.
Then, put the saute mode to good use to make the buttery garlic and parmesan sauce.
Serve this tender chicken over noodles with a spoonful of sauce over the top.
Ditch the takeout and dig into this delicious orange chicken recipe instead!
A simple twist on this classic Asian cuisine is the perfect addition to any kitchen.
To make the most flavorful chicken, you need to marinate it in advance.
Save yourself the dishes and marinate it in your Instant Pot!
After pressure cooking the chicken, thicken the sauce on the sautee function.
Serve your sweet and sticky chicken over rice and enjoy!
Do yourself a favor and bookmark this recipe now.
This shredded chicken is simple and delicious!
Making shredded chicken with breast meat can be dry, so opt for chicken thighs instead!
Just give the seasoned thighs a sear, and pressure cook for 5 minutes.
Follow this recipe and you’ll have a big pot of Mexican shredded chicken in no time!
This meat is perfect for bowls, burritos, tacos, and the like.
As much as I love making a good soup in my Instant Pot, recipes like this save dinner.
The meat and potatoes crew will love digging into this easy-to-make meal!
The trick to cooking the potatoes and chicken at the same time is layering the potatoes under the meat.
If you enjoy crispier skin, start by giving the thighs a sear and finish with a broil.
Otherwise, season, layer, and cook! What more can you ask for?
Nothing quite beats a hot, hearty bowl of chicken noodle soup.
Give yourself a much-needed break and make up a quick batch in your pressure cooker!
Giving the chicken thighs a sear before cooking helps to hold in the juiciness.
Then, cook the chicken with carrots and celery under pressure.
To cook the noodles, remove the chicken to shred and turn on sautee so the broth boils.
Enjoy a big bowl of this delicious homemade chicken noodle any day of the year!
If pasta wasn’t easy enough, this recipe makes it even more simple.
Tender pasta, juicy shredded chicken thighs, and a creamy taco sauce combine for an epic dish.
For this recipe, cook the chicken in the Instant Pot with seasonings and broth.
Then, load in the pasta, black beans, and corn and cook for another 5 minutes.
After the pressure has released, stir in the sour cream, picante sauce, and cheese.
This creamy meal is sure to hit the spot after a long day!
This chicken stew is a comfort classic. One big bowl is the perfect meal to accompany a fire and cozy socks.
If you’re wanting a one-pot dump dinner, look no further.
Load in chicken thighs, potatoes, carrots, tomatoes, herbs, and let it stew.
This meal is best served with crusty bread or rolls to soak up all the juices.
This chicken stew might just replace your trusty pot roast recipe!
Cold days used to bring out the slow cooker chile verde.
Now, I lounge a little longer and make this Instant Pot version instead!
If you like a hearty green chili with a little kick, this is the recipe for you.
It has the perfect balance of savory and spice all in one pot.
Tomatillos, Anaheim and serrano peppers, and herbs are blended for a rich base to the chili.
Pile in the shredded chicken thighs, and this one-pot wonder will warm you up!
This keto recipe has to be one of my favorite meals of all time!
It’s flavorful, healthy, and so easy to make in a hurry.
Seared chicken thighs are layered with artichokes, olives, and peppers before cooking.
All that deliciousness cooks in an aromatic and herbal broth, too!
Just cook it together on high pressure for 7 minutes, and you have one amazing meal.
Serve it over cauliflower rice and sprinkle it with feta before digging in!
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