[Instant Pot] Double-Decker Rooster Marsala + Parmesan Polenta

Add 2 tablespoons of olive oil to the internal liner of Instantaneous Pot and press the 'Skip' button to begin cooking over medium warmth. Season the hen items with salt and pepper, then when the range is scorching, add them to the oil. In case your hen items are massive, it could be essential to prepare dinner them in a number of instances to keep away from overloading the pan. Brown the items of hen on each side and put aside. After eradicating the hen, add the onions to the cooker and sauté them till they start to melt and develop into translucent (about 5 minutes). Add garlic and mushrooms and sauté stirring sometimes, till softened. Add the marsala wine by scraping the golden items from the underside of the pan and proceed cooking in Sauter mode till the wine is diminished by half. Add the broth and salt, then put the browned hen again within the stew (with the remaining juice on the plate). Select a container for a pot-in-pot baking polenta that may bake and with a capability of a minimum of four cups (the Pyrex bowls work wonderful). In your container, mix the dry polenta, broth (or water), salt and butter, then place the open container over the hen stew. Cowl the strain cooker with the lid ensuring the valve is in sealing place and permit to prepare dinner at excessive strain for 15 minutes (with Instantaneous Pot, press "Cancel" to cease the pop-up mode earlier than closing the lid, then press "Guide" and "-" to pick 15 minutes). When the cooking time has elapsed, wait a minimum of 10 minutes for the strain to launch naturally. Open the lid and punctiliously (very rigorously! The bowl can develop into greasy / slippery). Take away the bowl of cooked polenta with the assistance of your arms within the oven. End the marsala sauce by whisking gently within the final tablespoon of butter. End the polenta by whisking till you get a clean texture and incorporating the grated Parmesan cheese. Season the polenta and stew to style and serve them garnished with recent parsley.

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