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Instant Pot Soy Sauce Braised Broccoli

Instant Pot Soy Sauce Braised Broccoli

Ingredients

  • 1 Cup water
  • 4 Cups broccoli florets
  • 1 Tablespoon peanut oil
  • 1 Teaspoon fresh ginger grated
  • 4 cloves garlic, minced
  • 1 Tablespoon soy sauce
  • 1/2 Tablespoon fish sauce
  • 1/2 Tablespoon rice wine

Directions

In the bottom of Instant Pot, arrange a steamer basket and pour water.

Place the broccoli florets in steamer basket.

Secure the lid and turn to “Seal” position.

Cook on “Manual” with “High Pressure” for about 3-4 minutes.

Press “Cancel” and do a quick release.

Carefully, remove the lid and transfer the broccoli onto a plate.

Remove the steamer basket and water.

With paper towels, pat dry the pot.

Add the oil in the Instant Pot and select “Sauté”. Now, add the garlic and ginger and sauté for about 30 seconds.

Add the broccoli and remaining ingredients and cook for about 1-2 minutes.

Press “Cancel” and serve hot.

Nutritional Facts

Servings4

Calories Per Serving60

Folate equivalent (total)52µg13%


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This post may contain affiliate links. Please read my disclosure policy.

Braised Pork in Sweet Soy Sauce – Tender pieces of pork braised in a flavorful sauce with a touch of heat. Made with just a small list of simple ingredients, this is a great way to switch up your weekly rotation with a fabulously easy takeout-fakeout dinner.

I love figuring out how to make my favorite takeout items in the comfort of my own home, such as this delicious braised pork with sweet soy sauce. No extra grease or salt to weigh you down! They also require a really surprisingly easy list of ingredients. Once you have these basics in your kitchen, you can use them in practically any combination to make something delicious.

This is one of my most popular pork recipes on the blog, for good reason. It’s extremely easy to make and the taste is incredible.

Besides being able to use different cuts of pork for this recipe, it’ll also work really well if you want to use chicken breast or thighs. As long as they’re cut up into bite sized pieces, they’ll cook down so nicely in this sauce. Now, let’s get cooking!


Braised Pork in Sweet Soy Sauce

This post may contain affiliate links. Please read my disclosure policy.

Braised Pork in Sweet Soy Sauce – Tender pieces of pork braised in a flavorful sauce with a touch of heat. Made with just a small list of simple ingredients, this is a great way to switch up your weekly rotation with a fabulously easy takeout-fakeout dinner.

I love figuring out how to make my favorite takeout items in the comfort of my own home, such as this delicious braised pork with sweet soy sauce. No extra grease or salt to weigh you down! They also require a really surprisingly easy list of ingredients. Once you have these basics in your kitchen, you can use them in practically any combination to make something delicious.

This is one of my most popular pork recipes on the blog, for good reason. It’s extremely easy to make and the taste is incredible.

Besides being able to use different cuts of pork for this recipe, it’ll also work really well if you want to use chicken breast or thighs. As long as they’re cut up into bite sized pieces, they’ll cook down so nicely in this sauce. Now, let’s get cooking!


Braised Pork in Sweet Soy Sauce

This post may contain affiliate links. Please read my disclosure policy.

Braised Pork in Sweet Soy Sauce – Tender pieces of pork braised in a flavorful sauce with a touch of heat. Made with just a small list of simple ingredients, this is a great way to switch up your weekly rotation with a fabulously easy takeout-fakeout dinner.

I love figuring out how to make my favorite takeout items in the comfort of my own home, such as this delicious braised pork with sweet soy sauce. No extra grease or salt to weigh you down! They also require a really surprisingly easy list of ingredients. Once you have these basics in your kitchen, you can use them in practically any combination to make something delicious.

This is one of my most popular pork recipes on the blog, for good reason. It’s extremely easy to make and the taste is incredible.

Besides being able to use different cuts of pork for this recipe, it’ll also work really well if you want to use chicken breast or thighs. As long as they’re cut up into bite sized pieces, they’ll cook down so nicely in this sauce. Now, let’s get cooking!


Braised Pork in Sweet Soy Sauce

This post may contain affiliate links. Please read my disclosure policy.

Braised Pork in Sweet Soy Sauce – Tender pieces of pork braised in a flavorful sauce with a touch of heat. Made with just a small list of simple ingredients, this is a great way to switch up your weekly rotation with a fabulously easy takeout-fakeout dinner.

I love figuring out how to make my favorite takeout items in the comfort of my own home, such as this delicious braised pork with sweet soy sauce. No extra grease or salt to weigh you down! They also require a really surprisingly easy list of ingredients. Once you have these basics in your kitchen, you can use them in practically any combination to make something delicious.

This is one of my most popular pork recipes on the blog, for good reason. It’s extremely easy to make and the taste is incredible.

Besides being able to use different cuts of pork for this recipe, it’ll also work really well if you want to use chicken breast or thighs. As long as they’re cut up into bite sized pieces, they’ll cook down so nicely in this sauce. Now, let’s get cooking!


Braised Pork in Sweet Soy Sauce

This post may contain affiliate links. Please read my disclosure policy.

Braised Pork in Sweet Soy Sauce – Tender pieces of pork braised in a flavorful sauce with a touch of heat. Made with just a small list of simple ingredients, this is a great way to switch up your weekly rotation with a fabulously easy takeout-fakeout dinner.

I love figuring out how to make my favorite takeout items in the comfort of my own home, such as this delicious braised pork with sweet soy sauce. No extra grease or salt to weigh you down! They also require a really surprisingly easy list of ingredients. Once you have these basics in your kitchen, you can use them in practically any combination to make something delicious.

This is one of my most popular pork recipes on the blog, for good reason. It’s extremely easy to make and the taste is incredible.

Besides being able to use different cuts of pork for this recipe, it’ll also work really well if you want to use chicken breast or thighs. As long as they’re cut up into bite sized pieces, they’ll cook down so nicely in this sauce. Now, let’s get cooking!


Braised Pork in Sweet Soy Sauce

This post may contain affiliate links. Please read my disclosure policy.

Braised Pork in Sweet Soy Sauce – Tender pieces of pork braised in a flavorful sauce with a touch of heat. Made with just a small list of simple ingredients, this is a great way to switch up your weekly rotation with a fabulously easy takeout-fakeout dinner.

I love figuring out how to make my favorite takeout items in the comfort of my own home, such as this delicious braised pork with sweet soy sauce. No extra grease or salt to weigh you down! They also require a really surprisingly easy list of ingredients. Once you have these basics in your kitchen, you can use them in practically any combination to make something delicious.

This is one of my most popular pork recipes on the blog, for good reason. It’s extremely easy to make and the taste is incredible.

Besides being able to use different cuts of pork for this recipe, it’ll also work really well if you want to use chicken breast or thighs. As long as they’re cut up into bite sized pieces, they’ll cook down so nicely in this sauce. Now, let’s get cooking!


Braised Pork in Sweet Soy Sauce

This post may contain affiliate links. Please read my disclosure policy.

Braised Pork in Sweet Soy Sauce – Tender pieces of pork braised in a flavorful sauce with a touch of heat. Made with just a small list of simple ingredients, this is a great way to switch up your weekly rotation with a fabulously easy takeout-fakeout dinner.

I love figuring out how to make my favorite takeout items in the comfort of my own home, such as this delicious braised pork with sweet soy sauce. No extra grease or salt to weigh you down! They also require a really surprisingly easy list of ingredients. Once you have these basics in your kitchen, you can use them in practically any combination to make something delicious.

This is one of my most popular pork recipes on the blog, for good reason. It’s extremely easy to make and the taste is incredible.

Besides being able to use different cuts of pork for this recipe, it’ll also work really well if you want to use chicken breast or thighs. As long as they’re cut up into bite sized pieces, they’ll cook down so nicely in this sauce. Now, let’s get cooking!


Braised Pork in Sweet Soy Sauce

This post may contain affiliate links. Please read my disclosure policy.

Braised Pork in Sweet Soy Sauce – Tender pieces of pork braised in a flavorful sauce with a touch of heat. Made with just a small list of simple ingredients, this is a great way to switch up your weekly rotation with a fabulously easy takeout-fakeout dinner.

I love figuring out how to make my favorite takeout items in the comfort of my own home, such as this delicious braised pork with sweet soy sauce. No extra grease or salt to weigh you down! They also require a really surprisingly easy list of ingredients. Once you have these basics in your kitchen, you can use them in practically any combination to make something delicious.

This is one of my most popular pork recipes on the blog, for good reason. It’s extremely easy to make and the taste is incredible.

Besides being able to use different cuts of pork for this recipe, it’ll also work really well if you want to use chicken breast or thighs. As long as they’re cut up into bite sized pieces, they’ll cook down so nicely in this sauce. Now, let’s get cooking!


Braised Pork in Sweet Soy Sauce

This post may contain affiliate links. Please read my disclosure policy.

Braised Pork in Sweet Soy Sauce – Tender pieces of pork braised in a flavorful sauce with a touch of heat. Made with just a small list of simple ingredients, this is a great way to switch up your weekly rotation with a fabulously easy takeout-fakeout dinner.

I love figuring out how to make my favorite takeout items in the comfort of my own home, such as this delicious braised pork with sweet soy sauce. No extra grease or salt to weigh you down! They also require a really surprisingly easy list of ingredients. Once you have these basics in your kitchen, you can use them in practically any combination to make something delicious.

This is one of my most popular pork recipes on the blog, for good reason. It’s extremely easy to make and the taste is incredible.

Besides being able to use different cuts of pork for this recipe, it’ll also work really well if you want to use chicken breast or thighs. As long as they’re cut up into bite sized pieces, they’ll cook down so nicely in this sauce. Now, let’s get cooking!