Prep and freeze all the ingredients for this homey classic ahead of time, and it will be ready to cook and serve any night of the week-no lengthy simmering needed, thanks to the multicooker. Freezing the ingredients in a round container creates the perfect fit for an eazy transfer into your pressure cooker without having to thaw first.
Use any multicooker or electric pressure cooker to make this classic Thanksgiving side dish. The sweet potatoes get perfectly tender and almost caramelized while cooking under high pressure, plus using your multicooker saves stovetop and oven space.
Oven-frying lightly battered onion slices produces the kind of crispy french-fried onions rings we all love for topping casseroles, but with much less fat and fewer calories. Swap this homemade version for the canned fried onions on your green bean casserole. You can also use them to top mashed potatoes and burgers.
Salad on a stick is a fair food we can get behind. Threading salad ingredients onto a skewer makes for a fun presentation of this tasty salad. Be careful not to overcook the bacon as crispy bacon can be hard to skewer.