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    The recipe you requested is a duplicate of recipe #498769.

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    Pressure Cooker Chicken Cacciatore #498770

    by ilovechocolate

    posted on April 11, 2013

    I modified this recipe from one I found in Lorna Sass's book, "Pressure Perfect." Tomato sauce has a high sugar content,and it burns easily. I find it's a good idea not to let tomato sauce come in contact with the bottom of the pressure cooker. I just add the cooked vegetables to the pressure cooker, then the chicken, and then the pasta sauce, without stirring.

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