Recipes and cookbooks all over the world have this recipe in various forms. I’ve substituted Swerve for the classic brown sugar and swapped lettuce for corn tortillas, or fried cauliflower rice for regular rice. You can either cook it for 80 minutes in a pressure cooker, or 8 hours in a covered Dutch oven over low heat.
I like to make some Cauliflower Mac & Cheese while the chicken is cooking, just to make things traditional. This recipe is a low-carb version of Melissa Clark’s “Smoky Barbecued Chicken” in her book, “Dinner in an Instant.”
Instant Pot Barbecued Chicken (keto) Serves 4 // 263 calories, 4 net carbs (using very little sauce)
My sweetie and I like to make low-carb stews, pot roasts, braises, chili, curries, soups—and desserts—especially since cool weather in the Pacific Northwest favors those kinds of foods for most of the year.
So to simplify our lives, we just bought a six-quart Instant Pot. After breakfast, we’ll prep a pot full of something tasty, set the pressure, and