Use just a little butter to grease 2 silicone cups. (You can make more than this if you would like. The time will remain the same.)
Put 1 cup of water in the bottom of your Instant Pot, then put a rack in the pot. Place the silicone cups on top of the rack.
Crack 1 egg in each of the silicone cups. Salt & pepper if desired.
Put on lid, seal and set valve to "sealing". Set time for 2 minutes high pressure by pressing the Manual button, the Pressure Cook button or the Egg button and adjusting the time using the + and - buttons.
When the 2 minutes is up, leave the lid on and let it naturally release pressure for 3 minutes.
Manually release remaining pressure and remove lid. Use tongs to remove silicone cups from pot and place carefully onto plate.
The eggs should slide right out of the silicone cup onto your plate. Some brands of silicone cups require you to loosen the egg a bit with a spoon.
Put inner pot into Instant Pot. Pour water into insert. Add steamer rack.
Add eggs directly to steamer rack or put into a steamer basket. Put lid on and set to Sealing mode. Press Egg button or set manually for 4 minutes. This will made medium boiled eggs. If you would like them more or less well done, add or subtract 1 minute and continue.
When timer goes off, let the pressure release naturally for 4 minutes. Then release any remaining pressure manually. After that, put eggs in an ice water bath for 4 minutes.
This recipe is super easy and tastes fabulous! Mix it up just like you would a brownie batter, let rise, shape into rolls, let rise again, bake and eat! This is adapted from a recipe I found online: http://www.recipetineats.com/soft-no-knead-dinner-rolls/
Combine all dry ingredients. Place water, buttermilk, butter in microwaveable dish and microwave just until lukewarm. Add eggs and whisk into other liquids.
Add liquid ingredients to dry ingredients. It will resemble the texture of a brownie batter. Spray some plastic wrap with nonstick spray and cover bowl. Set aside to rise for about 1 1/2 hours or until almost tripled in volume.
Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
Sprinkle flour on counter where you will be working. Punch down dough to deflate. Scrape dough onto flour. Work enough flour into dough to form a log shape. Cut into quarters, then cut each quarter into thirds, to get 12 pieces of dough.
Shape into rolls and place on baking sheet as you work. http://www.recipetineats.com/soft-no-knead-dinner-rolls/ has a video for how to shape the rolls. Cover with plastic wrap sprayed with nonstick cooking spray. Set aside and let rise for another 35-45 minutes.
Preheat oven to 390F. Bake rolls for about 18 minutes, or until the rolls are a golden brown and the roll sounds hollow when tapped. Remove rolls from oven and brush with melted butter.
You will need a lot of counter space for making these noodles, so make sure to clear the counters. Also make sure you use a lot of flour as you are working. We lay out rows of wax paper and flour that to lay the dough onto between settings.
Place eggs, water, flour and salt in mixer bowl. Attach bowl and flat beater. Turn Kitchen Aid stand mixer to Speed 2 and mix 30 seconds.
To test for perfect consistency: Pinch a small amount of dough together after mixing with the flat beater. If the dough stays together without sticking to your fingers, it should work well. It may be necessary to add a small amount of water or flour to reach correct dough consistency.
Exchange flat beater for dough hook. Turn to Speed 2 and knead for 2 minutes.
Remove dough from bowl and hand knead for 1-2 minutes. Wrap in plastic wrap and let it rest for 20 minutes.
Divide dough into 4 pieces before processing with Pasta Sheet Roller attachment.
Cut dough into pieces about 3/8" thick. Flatten each piece slightly. Set adjustment knob on Pasta Sheet Roller at 1. Turn mixer to speed 2 or 4. Feed flattened piece of dough into rollers to knead.
Fold in half and roll again. Repeat folding and kneading process several times, until dough is smooth and pliable and covers the width of the roller.
Lightly dust pasta with flour while rolling and cutting to aid in drying and separation. Knead and fold each piece of dough in the same manner.
Move adjustment knob to setting 2. Feed dough through rollers to further flatten. Do not fold dough on setting 2 or higher.
Change to setting 3 and feed dough through rollers again. Continue to increase roller setting until desired dough thickness is reached. Egg noodles are best at setting 4.
This is a very popular breakfast casserole at our family get-togethers. Obviously, you can make substitutions. If you don’t like sausage, you can substitute ham, Italian sausage, bacon or whatever. If you don’t want cream of mushroom soup, use cream of celery, cream of onion, or whatever cream soup you like. I make my own soup for this because of my food allergies. However, if you would like to use canned soup, use 1 can of soup and 1 can of milk.
This breakfast casserole uses meat, onions, peppers, potatoes and eggs, along with a generous amount of cheese. We made a double batch of this for a family vacation and combined sausage, bacon and Canadian bacon for the meats, and used a variety of cheeses, including Swiss, Italian, sharp cheddar, Mexican blend, and more. It was a huge hit!
Saute the bacon in a large skillet. When it starts to brown, add sausage, onions, sweet pepper, garlic and jalapenos (if you are using them). Saute until the sausage is fully cooked. Season with salt, pepper and garlic powder as it is cooking. Drain fat.
Preheat oven to 350 degrees if baking now.
In a large bowl, combine potatoes, hot sauce (opt.), meat and veggies. Stir in cottage cheese and all but 1/2 cup of cheddar and 1/2 cup of Swiss cheeses. Add beaten eggs.
Grease a 9x13" pan. Spread the mixture into the pan. Top with reserved cheese.
At this point, if you are making this ahead, cover the casserole with foil or plastic wrap and place in the refrigerator. About 30 minutes before you will bake it, remove it from the fridge so that it can start to come to room temp. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.
Bake for 40-45 minutes, or until all the cheese is melted and bubbling, and the casserole has set up in the middle. Allow the casserole to cool for a few minutes, then cut into pieces and serve.
This is what was left.
The original recipe is from www.centercutcook.com/amish-breakfast-casserole/
These are called Italian Meatballs, but they can be made into just about any kind of meatball you want by changing or leaving out the Parmesan cheese. You can make Swedish Meatballs http://www.cherylsrecipes.net/recipe/swedish-meatballs/, BBQ Meatballs, Sweet & Sour Meatballs, etc. You can even cut small cubes of mozzarella cheese (or any other kind of cheese) and wrap the meatball mixture around it before baking. You will want to make a larger meatball for making them this way, though. Meatballs always make a good dish for a potluck or a party!