Red Potatoes - Pressure Cooker

Red Potatoes - Pressure Cooker created by David R.

These potatoes come out perfect and are so fast! They can be seasoned and served as a side dish, or chilled to use in potato salad.

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13mins
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  • Cut potatoes into 1 inch cubes.
  • Place water and olive oil in 6 qt pressure cooker.
  • Place cooking rack or steamer basket in cooker and load with potatoes, not exceeding manufacturer's suggested maximum fill.
  • Cover and bring to pressure over high heat, reducing heat after control starts to jiggle.
  • Cook 3 minutes, remove from heat and use quick release method to depressurize cooker.
  • Season potatoes with butter, salt, black pepper and minced fresh parsley and serve hot
  • OR omit seasonings and chill potatoes for potato salad.
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"These potatoes come out perfect and are so fast! They can be seasoned and served as a side dish, or chilled to use in potato salad."

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  1. wendycofiell84
    Does anyone know if I can make eggs the same time I make cubed potatoes
  2. David R.
    Red Potatoes - Pressure Cooker Created by David R.
  3. rtsteward
    Red Potatoes - Pressure Cooker Created by rtsteward
  4. Montana Heart Song
    Great recipe! Simple and the Olive oil seemed to flavor the entire potato. I poked a hole in each baby potato so the skin would peel and explode. I have a 50# bag of mixed red potatoes, small baby, medium and large, the end of the season potatoes. I used the smallest baby ones I could find. I used butter, sea salt, black pepper and minced cilantro. I served hot! I served with grilled chicken breast. I will do again. It is really faster than boiling and the skins stay intact, a very pretty dish!
  5. Shelley Lee
    These potatoes come out perfect and are so fast! They can be seasoned and served as a side dish, or chilled to use in potato salad.
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