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  • Cookingwith Rick
    Cookingwith Rick 12 hours ago

    Hi Bob, your bread pudding looks delicious I bet the donuts made it even better.

    • Robert Bogetti
      Robert Bogetti 11 hours ago

      Hi Rick! Yes, the donuts definitely make it better! You really need to try this, works great with store bought cake donuts. A super easy recipe and very economical especially when you can get the donuts on sale. Thanks!

  • Sheila M
    Sheila M 15 hours ago

    I have the same Mini Rice Cooker, in red. :-) I love it but all I cook in it is rice. After this video that may change. I'm thinking you could probably do a flan in it; brown the sugar in it first then pour the egg mixture over the COOLED sugar and cook. I'm wondering if it would come out of the pot without breaking, once it's cooled.

    • Robert Bogetti
      Robert Bogetti 15 hours ago

      That sounds like a great idea! I'll have to give it a try. Thanks for watching!

  • Stephanie Phouotrides
    Stephanie Phouotrides 19 hours ago

    👍

  • Robert Bogetti

    This is a super simple and very delicious recipe to make in a rice cooker. It's a great way to use old donuts and turn them into a delicious dessert!

  • robynjtr
    robynjtr 2 days ago

    Excellent video!!! Thanks for making it!!

    • Robert Bogetti
      Robert Bogetti 2 days ago

      You are very welcome! Have a Happy Thanksgiving and thank you for watching!

  • Denise T
    Denise T 2 days ago

    The vegetable gravy is the best ever. I made my nuwave turkey last yr don't buy a Jeno . it was very dry.

    • Denise T
      Denise T 2 days ago

      @Robert Bogetti happy thanksgiving. Thanks

    • Robert Bogetti
      Robert Bogetti 2 days ago

      Have a Happy Thanksgiving! Thank you for watching!

  • Francesca #Keto #Omad

    Hey Bogetti! You're good!

  • Cookingwith Rick
    Cookingwith Rick 5 days ago

    Hi Bob, I never knew you could roast a Turkey from frozen, it looks delicious.

    • Robert Bogetti
      Robert Bogetti 5 days ago

      Thanks Rick! Yes it turned out very delicious!

  • kathy jo tourtois
    kathy jo tourtois 6 days ago

    more rice cooker videos please !!!!

    • Robert Bogetti
      Robert Bogetti 6 days ago

      I have a new recipe in the works, should be out before Thanksgiving!

  • kathy jo tourtois
    kathy jo tourtois 6 days ago

    omg this is so easy . i want one !!

  • Sheila M
    Sheila M 6 days ago

    You are 100 % right. I've done this. And yes, it works and you get a delicious, moist turkey this way. But I've never done a video so that makes you The Man. I've also thawed it using my oven at 225-250 F. I've also thawed it in the oven and, when able, removed the gibbles, etc just put it back in the oven and continued to cook it at 225-250 F, low and slow for about 6 hrs for a 25-30 lb turkey. Tastes awsome. In fact so awesome that I've used the last method for years. It browns beautifully as well with nice crispy skin but not everyone has the time to do it this way. The kitchen/house smells like yummy turkey all day which to me seems to make the day that much more memorable. Yah, I'm an old lady so I've had many years to experiment. lol

    • Sheila M
      Sheila M 6 days ago

      @Robert Bogetti Happy Thanksgiving to you, too.

    • Robert Bogetti
      Robert Bogetti 6 days ago

      Excellent, thank you for the great comment. Have a Happy Thanksgiving! Thanks for watching.

  • Robert Bogetti
    Robert Bogetti 7 days ago

    Is it Thanksgiving Day and you unexpectedly need to make a turkey? No worries, in this video I show you how to roast a frozen turkey on a pellet grill as quickly as possible using a spatchcock style recipe. The results are very delicious! This technique will also work in any convection or air fryer oven.

  • celtic0317
    celtic0317 14 days ago

    Always wanted to try a bag with the rack. Thanks for showing this method. Nice adding additional spices to flour - wondered about that too. Gonna try your method for thanksgiving!!

    • Robert Bogetti
      Robert Bogetti 14 days ago

      You are very welcome! Thanks for watching and have a Happy Thanksgiving!

  • K Stee
    K Stee 15 days ago

    I did my turkey in my Nuwave a few years ago. Best turkey i've had aside from fried. Came across this video while trying to refresh my memory of how to cook turkey in the Nuwave because I want to do it again this year. I'm super intrigued by that gravy!!! I usually just use gravy from a jar, but i'm definitely going to try his method. Hopefully I'll remember to post a follow up with how it turned out.

    • Robert Bogetti
      Robert Bogetti 15 days ago

      Excellent, looking forward to your gravy follow-up. Thank you for watching! Have a Happy Thanksgiving!

  • vanmattl
    vanmattl 20 days ago

    Really enjoyed this vid. I'd love to see more rice cooker recipes. 😊

    • Robert Bogetti
      Robert Bogetti 20 days ago

      There should be more coming real soon! Thank you and thanks for watching!

  • Tonya McChesney
    Tonya McChesney 21 day ago

    My church (Cornerstone Community Church in Galax, VA) is doing a Chili Cook-off and I've got part of your recipe and part of Pressure Luck Cooking's. I'm going to win! Thank you!!!

    • Robert Bogetti
      Robert Bogetti 21 day ago

      You are very welcome! Good luck! I just made a batch of this chili last night, it's very delicious! Thanks for watching!

  • H Betsuie
    H Betsuie 23 days ago

    It's nice to watch Jeremy Renner cooking

  • ge45ge Called
    ge45ge Called 27 days ago

    nice idea's Bob, thanks

  • 4MyJesus1
    4MyJesus1 29 days ago

    Hi, Love your video!! What a great recipe!! Also, what brand of pressure cooker did you used in this video!! I want to make this chili!!

    • Robert Bogetti
      Robert Bogetti 28 days ago

      Excellent! You are very welcome! You too.

    • 4MyJesus1
      4MyJesus1 28 days ago

      @Robert Bogetti LOL I just bought everything to make chili today. I will make some this week. Thanks again. Have a blessed week!

    • Robert Bogetti
      Robert Bogetti 28 days ago

      I have several pressure cookers of all sizes and use this one when I'm making larger batches of stock or chili. I'll probably be using it soon since I'm going to make a big batch of this chili now that the fall/winter weather is approaching.

    • 4MyJesus1
      4MyJesus1 28 days ago

      @Robert Bogetti Thanks so much for your reply! I thought it was. I have one and just love it!! Do you still use it?

    • Robert Bogetti
      Robert Bogetti 29 days ago

      Thank you! The pressure cooker used in this video was an Elite Platinum 10 qt model from HSN. Thanks for watching!

  • Cookingwith Rick
    Cookingwith Rick 29 days ago

    Hi Bob, I love homemade pasta sauce and yours looks delicious.

    • Robert Bogetti
      Robert Bogetti 29 days ago

      Thank you very much Rick! I agree, it's hard to beat fresh homemade pasta suace.

  • Stephanie Phouotrides

    Nothing better than homegrown tomatoes...too bad, my goat agrees 😶😂

    • Robert Bogetti
      Robert Bogetti 29 days ago

      :) I agree, homegrown tomatoes are the best. Thank you for watching!

  • Sheila M
    Sheila M Month ago

    Man that was a lot of tomatoes. Excellent and thorough video. A lot of info well explained and recorded. I feel that you explained and showed every detail that is needed to do it myself. The way you demontrated everything I feel I may have it all committed to memory it was so easy to follow. Well done. And if I don't have it committed to memory, I have your video to fall back on. I've only done water bath canning and watched many pressure cooking vids on canning. I vote this one the best out of all the ones I've watched. I'm not trying to bsuya. This is my honest opinion.

  • Sheila M
    Sheila M Month ago

    Man, that's a lot of tomatoes.

    • Sheila M
      Sheila M Month ago

      @Robert Bogetti Nice harvest.

    • Robert Bogetti
      Robert Bogetti Month ago

      I had a very good harvest this year. This was about 1/3 of this season's yield. Thanks for watching!

  • Robert Bogetti
    Robert Bogetti Month ago

    How to make fresh homemade tomato sauce with garden fresh tomatoes using a KitchenAid strainer attachment and pressure canning the tomato sauce in quart jars. A great way to store and enjoy your garden tomatoes all year round.

  • Rosie Cooks
    Rosie Cooks Month ago

    Hats off to your camera person as well!

  • Rosie Cooks
    Rosie Cooks Month ago

    I was totally impressed that you were able to take that big bird out of the bag without making a huge mess. I thought for sure a wing would try to fly away. LOL Great job!

  • RyzER617
    RyzER617 Month ago

    THANK YOU CHEF BOB....THANK YOU! .....and your secret recipe is dead on ...

  • Albina hudon
    Albina hudon Month ago

    love the red my favorite color thanks for sharing your vedeo.

  • Private Private
    Private Private Month ago

    I think these are GREAT ideas! But, I would imagine that, if someone is cooking more than one course in a small rice cooker, they may wish to get one of those Dash mixers for the cake as, those might be inexpensive and small. Not sure. But, to make all those meals in a portable rice cooker, I’d imagine they might not have a KitchenAid Mixer.

    • Robert Bogetti
      Robert Bogetti Month ago

      Thank you for tip! I just added links for the Dash mixer on my Amazon product page www.amazon.com/shop/robertbogetti Thank you for watching!

  • Cookingwith Rick
    Cookingwith Rick Month ago

    Hi Bob, your chicken looks super tender and well seasoned very delicious.

  • Sheila M
    Sheila M Month ago

    The best pressure frying instructions ever. You've done it again, Robert. Thanks. I've read explantions but have always been left with uncertainties. When you explained the boiling point of oil and the way to test the temperature setting BEFORE PROCEEDING to be sure of the temp of the oil during pressure frying lit up a 120w light bulb instead of the 25w light bulbs of before. So simple yet, to me, so necessary for not only safety but for the best results. That's a bit of oil and meat to toss in the garbage. Every stove is slightly different than the next so just because one setting on someone else's stove works is no guarantee that it is the correct setting on my stove. Thanks.

    • Robert Bogetti
      Robert Bogetti Month ago

      You are vey welcome! Thank you for the wonderful comment and thanks for watching!

  • joanne chandler
    joanne chandler Month ago

    Great video, can’t wait to try it ! I’ve always wanted to ask you, where did you get your knives , I love them and I want to get them.

    • Robert Bogetti
      Robert Bogetti Month ago

      I've purchased my knives from multiple sources including Amazon, HSN and QVC. The white ceramic knives are from Amazon, the multicolored knives are the old Prepology brand from QVC. Thanks for watching!

  • Robert Bogetti
    Robert Bogetti Month ago

    The best golden brown, tender, juicy, and delicious fried chicken in the world! See recipe details and links for pressure fryer in the video description.

    • Robert Bogetti
      Robert Bogetti Month ago

      It's very delicious. Thank you and thanks for watching!

    • Elizabeth M
      Elizabeth M Month ago

      I will make this...looks delicious!

  • JMN
    JMN Month ago

    Wow your making me hungry! Im going to try this. Is it the same for the newer Instant Pots? I have an 8 qt Duo one.

    • Robert Bogetti
      Robert Bogetti Month ago

      Thank you! Yes, it should be the same for the 8qt Duo. It's a really good chili recipe, I'm sure you'll like it. Thanks for watching!

  • JMN
    JMN Month ago

    Thx, I soaked the rice for 10 mins, added to the pot with the veg broth and skipped the sauté stuff, as 1. I cant use oil or butter as I have plaque in my arteries and 2. Im using with stir fry that has the onion and garlic. Waiting to see how it turns out. Ill add to my comment later. Turned out great! Thx so much Chef Bob😁 If you have any more Instant Pot recipes that would be great. Im new at this.😊

    • Robert Bogetti
      Robert Bogetti Month ago

      You are welcome. Sounds like it'll be a delicious stir fry, thank you for watching!

  • Junelee Miller
    Junelee Miller Month ago

    I

  • Alonzo Meza
    Alonzo Meza Month ago

    I've just started cooking for myself to save money and this is great and really motivates me to stop eating out as much! The easy meals really helped out thank you!!

    • Robert Bogetti
      Robert Bogetti Month ago

      You are very welcome! Thank you for watching!

  • andy olson
    andy olson 2 months ago

    GREAT!!! keep the flavor of the drippenz. My mom was from Atlanta and no flavor went to waste.

  • Ethan King
    Ethan King 2 months ago

    13:27 your setup is awesome Robert 👍

  • Lam Jay
    Lam Jay 2 months ago

    The mini cake looks good

  • Cookingwith Rick
    Cookingwith Rick 2 months ago

    Hi Bob, that's one nice piece of meat so tender and a nice smoke ring delicious.

  • Sheila M
    Sheila M 2 months ago

    Is that a french-door counter top oven behind you? If it is, would you mind doing a vid on it including its pros and cons as you see them?

    • Sheila M
      Sheila M 2 months ago

      @Robert Bogetti Thanks.

    • Robert Bogetti
      Robert Bogetti 2 months ago

      Yes, it's the Oster French door. It's great for larger items. I'll put it on my video todo list. Thanks for watching!

  • Sheila M
    Sheila M 2 months ago

    Very delightful and cheery. Brings back memories.

  • Sheila M
    Sheila M 2 months ago

    I did good until you put a piece in your mouth. I tried my best but couldn't stop my mouth from watering when you did that.

    • Robert Bogetti
      Robert Bogetti 2 months ago

      :) It took a long time to cook, as expected, but it turned out great. Thanks for watching!

  • Major Havok
    Major Havok 2 months ago

    Thank you! I just bought a pellet grill! I’m gonna try this!👍

    • Robert Bogetti
      Robert Bogetti 2 months ago

      You could use it on anything but I'd probably try it on ribs as it will provide a more robust and richer BBQ flavor.

    • Major Havok
      Major Havok 2 months ago

      Robert Bogetti oh I forgot! When I bought my grill, I got a choice of seasoning rubs for free. I got something different, it’s called a coffee rub. Do you have any suggestions as to how a person should utilize this?

    • Major Havok
      Major Havok 2 months ago

      Robert Bogetti you’re welcome! I always enjoy your content! You do a very good job! Very informative! ✌️❤️

    • Robert Bogetti
      Robert Bogetti 2 months ago

      You are very welcome! Thanks for watching!

  • Gary Young
    Gary Young 2 months ago

    Delish

  • Hersh C
    Hersh C 2 months ago

    Awesome! Now I am hungry 😋

  • Elizabeth M
    Elizabeth M 2 months ago

    Looks so yummy!! 👍👍👍✌

    • Robert Bogetti
      Robert Bogetti 2 months ago

      It is very delicious! Thanks for watching!

  • Stephanie Phouotrides
    Stephanie Phouotrides 2 months ago

    Good timing. I just purchased a 16# brisket for next weekend.

    • Robert Bogetti
      Robert Bogetti 2 months ago

      Awesome! Let me know how it turns out. Thanks for watching!

  • Robert Bogetti
    Robert Bogetti 2 months ago

    How to make Texas style beef brisket on a wood pellet grill. In this video we cover all of the basics for cooking a Texas style beef brisket on a wood pellet grill including options for trimming, creating rubs, cooking techniques, adding smoke and wrapping.

  • steven sladky
    steven sladky 2 months ago

    Hi What is the name brand of Those slotted BBQ pan. I can’t find them anywhere. Can you help? I love your videos and your recipes Thanks Steve

    • Robert Bogetti
      Robert Bogetti 2 months ago

      You're welcome Steve! I have several different styles, all have been purchased from QVC over the years. Some are the old "Techniques" brand, others are the "Cooks Essentials" brand. QVC usually comes out with some style of slotted BBQ pan every year but they vary in size and shape. Thanks for watching!

  • Boatdesigner
    Boatdesigner 2 months ago

    I have difficulty washing the miserable chrome racks. Wish Masterbuilt would offer non stick grills. Has anyone found a solution?

  • Gary Young
    Gary Young 3 months ago

    Awesome easy delicious cooking thanks

    • Robert Bogetti
      Robert Bogetti 3 months ago

      You're welcome and thank you for watching!

  • Mike Shay
    Mike Shay 3 months ago

    Made this for supper tonight and it was delicious. I will definitely make this again. Thank You for sharing.

    • Robert Bogetti
      Robert Bogetti 3 months ago

      You're welcome and thank you for watching!

  • Lonnie Mitchell
    Lonnie Mitchell 3 months ago

    Lonnie Mitchell from Oklahoma I like the video

  • YUMMY CUPCAKES
    YUMMY CUPCAKES 3 months ago

    AWESOME!

  • Royall Clark
    Royall Clark 3 months ago

    OK, this is cooking on the counter now. Making the recipe as the video shows. With everything in the pot and ready for the lid, the level is about 1 1/4" below the edge! This is my first go with an instant pot (Duo 6 qt) and worried about the food expanding too much. Well. we'll see in about 45 minutes! Will report back as to how the pot is and if the chili is a success or not!

    • Royall Clark
      Royall Clark 3 months ago

      Had friends over and I served them this recipe. Like I mentioned before, I made it exactly as the recipe was put forward. It is a nice texture and a medium thick consistency. I think my friends were being nice by saying how wonderful it tasted but I then watched them add more and more salt. I too found I was having to add salt to the dish as it just tasted like there was something "missing". I then took leftovers to a hotdog lunch today. I asked for a critique and it was unanimous that it needed more salt. I'm no spring chicken and hold back on salt when sharing a dish as most people think I over salt (old taste buds!) but this recipe, I feel should have started out with 1 tablespoon of salt as it make a solid 6 quarts of chili. Also, as a side note, I set the timer for 50 minutes on my Duo 6qt. and next time I think I would make it 55 minutes.. YMMV Would I make it again? Yes I will!!

  • Royall Clark
    Royall Clark 3 months ago

    I'm going to ask this question. It was kinda answered as yes BUT will this in fact all fit into a 6 quart cooker and not go over the line??!! Great sounding recipe but sorry to say, the chef just doesn't seem to have the time to answer any other people asking.

  • Stephen Smith
    Stephen Smith 3 months ago

    Would be great to know where you got those open BBQ rack pans.

    • Robert Bogetti
      Robert Bogetti 3 months ago

      Those BBQ pans are hard to come by, these were originally purchased from QVC around 4 years ago. They are similar to a broiler pan turned upside down so that the slots are on the high ridges keeping the juices in the pan and allowing the smoke to penetrate.

  • Stephen Smith
    Stephen Smith 3 months ago

    One more bite! lol, same exact grill - Camp Chef, just got it today. Doing ribs tomorrow! Going to duplicate. Thanks!

    • Robert Bogetti
      Robert Bogetti 3 months ago

      You are very welcome! You're going to love the Camp Chef, everything turns out great, I prefer to go low and slow and the ash cup makes it very easy to clean. Thank you for watching!

  • Pamela Amey
    Pamela Amey 3 months ago

    Makes it look so easy Thanks .

    • Robert Bogetti
      Robert Bogetti 3 months ago

      You are very welcome! Thanks for watching!

  • Rebecca Moore
    Rebecca Moore 3 months ago

    Thank you so much Robert. I bought a pressure cooker for Amazon Prime Day last week and had no idea how to use it. I decided to make Corned beef and cabbage. I'M so glad I watched your video because everything came out PERFECT!

    • Robert Bogetti
      Robert Bogetti 3 months ago

      You are very welcome! Thanks for watching and stay tuned because I have a whole bunch of videos planned for the future including pressure cookers, rice cookers, grills, smokers, etc.

  • The 4G Christian Network

    What size are your aluminum pans you use for step 2. (9x1x2.75 or 13x11x2.75)?

    • Robert Bogetti
      Robert Bogetti 3 months ago

      The pans with covers were simple 9 x 13 pans. Thanks for watching!

  • Darkshadowboy
    Darkshadowboy 4 months ago

    Where can I get the slotted pans and the other pans with the lids, did anyone find anything similar online?

    • Robert Bogetti
      Robert Bogetti 4 months ago

      I purchased the slotted pans from QVC, they normally have some style of slotted pans available during the Spring and Summer. I have a link to some covered pans on my Amazon page at: www.amazon.com/shop/robertbogetti

  • James Smith
    James Smith 4 months ago

    I am curious if you had added a Carolina Reaper pepper. Just 1 pepper?

    • Robert Bogetti
      Robert Bogetti 4 months ago

      When making chili for a group of people I keep it relatively mild. They can always add some hot reapers, ghost, or scorpion peppers to their bowl to make it hotter if they desire. Thanks for watching!

  • Pauline Chan
    Pauline Chan 4 months ago

    The camera is too far from the food so it can't be clearly seen.

  • Charlie Ireland
    Charlie Ireland 4 months ago

    I just found your video, I have a question. why didn't you put both half's in the same pan?

  • DG Digital
    DG Digital 4 months ago

    Great video thank you, I just purchased the propane portable smoker but I really want to know where to buy those roasting pans or smoking pans your using in the video. Thanks again for this awesome video 👍

    • Unit 419
      Unit 419 4 months ago

      Those pans look handy but it seems to me to be a lot of pan scrubbing later. I'll stick to foil. Great video though.

    • DG Digital
      DG Digital 4 months ago

      @Robert Bogetti unfortunately I can't find anything close to the pans you used, but I also wanted to know where you got the pans with the lid😁😬 I've never seen those before any help would be greatly appreciated on both items Thanks again

    • DG Digital
      DG Digital 4 months ago

      @Robert Bogetti Great I'll check QVC thanks again 👍

    • Robert Bogetti
      Robert Bogetti 4 months ago

      You are very welcome! I purchased the grill pans from QVC, they usually have a few different types available during Spring and Summer. Thanks for watching!

  • Jim Wilson
    Jim Wilson 4 months ago

    Thanks for showing spatchcock chicken on your wood pellet grill. Looks great. I also caught your video using the Acorn grill. I appreciate you showing both as I have been debating on buying one or the other type of grill to go along with my Weber kettle. You may have convinced me to buy both! Keep the videos coming!!

  • Family In Action
    Family In Action 5 months ago

    Nice and easy! A print out of the instructions would help ...

    • Robert Bogetti
      Robert Bogetti 4 months ago

      I'll keep that in mind for my upcoming videos and try to update my older videos with printable recipes when I get a chance. Thank you for watching!

  • Richard Russel
    Richard Russel 5 months ago

    Looks over medium to me

  • Lord Sigurd Thorolf
    Lord Sigurd Thorolf 5 months ago

    Thank you for your time from Phoenix Arizona ;<)

  • chri tamo
    chri tamo 5 months ago

    Just got my Camp Chef pellet grill from Dick's Sporting Goods on sale for $399 - deal. First time cooking ribs in it - followed your recipe - best ribs I have ever eaten! Whole family agrees. Falling off the bone good! Used the 3-2-1. Only deviation was I set mine on 250 for the 2 - hour portion. I have never eaten ribs this good!

    • Robert Bogetti
      Robert Bogetti 5 months ago

      Awesome! That's a great deal that Dick's is running on that grill. I just did 3 pork shoulders yesterday and 2 chickens today. Thank you for watching!

  • Kyle Tracey
    Kyle Tracey 5 months ago

    Killer buddy ! Dang. Mmm. Just bought a smoker ! So excited ! Great vid. Thanks

    • Kyle Tracey
      Kyle Tracey 5 months ago

      @Robert Bogetti been smoking 5 racks of ribs the past cpl hours. Going with the 3 2 1 method. The neibours beside me are not happy. Hahaha. Its windy today. Guess ill send a rack over for them later. The best thing about bbq , is sharing !!!!

    • Robert Bogetti
      Robert Bogetti 5 months ago

      You are very welcome! Check out my other smoker videos - did a few on the pellet grill - spatchcock chicken and ribs, and bratwurst / sausages on a kamado grill. Thank you for watching!

  • Doug6714
    Doug6714 5 months ago

    The ribs look great. I have a camp chef pellet grill and love it. I need to smoke some ribs soon. Happy Memorial Day, remember those who gave all for our country.

  • Vinaya Selvi
    Vinaya Selvi 5 months ago

    Wat is the size of ur pan

    • Robert Bogetti
      Robert Bogetti 5 months ago

      I listed it on my Amazon page: www.amazon.com/shop/robertbogetti

    • Vinaya Selvi
      Vinaya Selvi 5 months ago

      Can u giv me the amazon link

    • Robert Bogetti
      Robert Bogetti 5 months ago

      Lodge 10.5" round griddle pan, thanks for watching!

  • Roy Thompson
    Roy Thompson 5 months ago

    Simply Amazing! Good food ='s good times!!! Awesome!!!

  • Mina a
    Mina a 6 months ago

    i the same thing for 3 hours in a electric pressure cooker but it didn't gelatinize jn the fridge . my electric pressure cooker has a 30 min limit but i continued it for 3 hours . dont know what im doing wrong

    • Robert Bogetti
      Robert Bogetti 6 months ago

      I'm sure it is still delicious, next time use less water or more bones. Thank you for watching!

  • John Veca
    John Veca 6 months ago

    Dude, great vid but you're not gonna leave that delicious wing in the pan, are ya?

    • Robert Bogetti
      Robert Bogetti 6 months ago

      Don't worry, no wing left behind :) Thank you for watching!

  • G Man
    G Man 6 months ago

    Looks great. I'm trying this

  • Patsy McKee
    Patsy McKee 6 months ago

    You are a breath of fresh air. Totally enjoyed your video. Will try receipt tonight. Thanks so much.

    • Robert Bogetti
      Robert Bogetti 6 months ago

      You are very welcome! Thank you for watching and commenting!

  • tina mobley
    tina mobley 6 months ago

    So happy I found this video!! Just bought a mini rice cooker and trying to see what all I can make in it. Thanks for this Bob. Going to check and see if you have anymore mini rice cooker recipes.

    • Robert Bogetti
      Robert Bogetti 6 months ago

      @tina mobley Awesome! Thank you so much for sharing! I'll definitely give this a try!

    • tina mobley
      tina mobley 6 months ago

      @Robert Bogetti I just made the most incredible cheesecake. 1 block of cream cheese*1/4 cup sugar*1/4 cup sourcream*1 teaspoon vanilla*1 large egg. Leave out the cream cheese so it softens. Makes it easier to mix up good with fork.(or use a mixer) Add all ingredients 1 at a time an mix well. Spray no stick cooking oil even if you have no stick pot in mini rice cooker. I used your folded tinfoil trick the 2nd time I made to loosen before flipping it over on a plate and it came out beautiful!! Cook for about 50min to hour. Just so there is a slight jiggle in cheesecake before pulling out pot and placing on a cooling rack. Once cool I slightly pulled tinfoil strips to loosen then flip to plate. I garnished with sliced strawberries that I added a little sugar and a dash of water to in a container before mixing up and smashing a little to get some juice to mix with sugar. (Refrigerated while cheesecake cooked) I also prefer my cheesecake cold so after plated I covered loosely with tinfoil and refrigerated for about 4 hours. OMG sooo good! You should do this recipe, im camera shy but this was a huge hit at my house.

    • Robert Bogetti
      Robert Bogetti 6 months ago

      You are very welcome! I'm planning on doing some more rice cooker videos in the future. Thanks for watching!

  • Curtis Fogleman
    Curtis Fogleman 7 months ago

    Watched it again n picked up a lesson on heat control I missed before !! Thanks Man ...I love my kamander !!

  • Fernando Cabanillas
    Fernando Cabanillas 7 months ago

    Do you have to refrigerate the ribs after you season them?

    • Robert Bogetti
      Robert Bogetti 7 months ago

      If you're not going to put them in the smoker right away then yes you should refrigerate them. Thanks for watching!

  • Scott Hull
    Scott Hull 7 months ago

    thnx chef Bob! put the potatoes carrots n cabbage in the pressure coooker for 20 minutes and Bam!...no other pot to clean ps a 3Lb brisket and a gallon of water can take a lot more pickling spice!

  • C_ Farther
    C_ Farther 7 months ago

    What brand of induction oven did you use? Is that a paella pan?

    • Robert Bogetti
      Robert Bogetti 7 months ago

      @C_ Farther You are very welcome!

    • C_ Farther
      C_ Farther 7 months ago

      @Robert Bogetti Thank you for answering. Enjoyed your video.

    • Robert Bogetti
      Robert Bogetti 7 months ago

      It's a Tatung 1500 watt model and a cast iron round griddle pan. Thank you for watching!

  • grussem
    grussem 7 months ago

    Thanks for the video, Robert! I wanted to make a wild rice and beans mix, can I cook dried pinto beans with the wild rice at the same time in my pressure cooker, or should I cook them separately and mix later? If so, how much water would you recommend using?

    • Robert Bogetti
      Robert Bogetti 7 months ago

      @grussem Awesome!

    • grussem
      grussem 7 months ago

      @Robert Bogetti Thank you! I did 45 minutes in my pressure cooker with wild rice, a mixture of dried beans, cooked ground turkey and other veggies and it came out great! I allowed the steam to naturally decompress. Had rice and bean bowls for dinner a couple of nights. Thank you for the assistance!

    • Robert Bogetti
      Robert Bogetti 7 months ago

      You are very welcome! The cooking times will be very close so you could try both together, I typically estimate 45 minutes for rice and up to an hour for dried beans depending on the type. You would risk either slightly undercooking the beans or slightly overcooking the rice but not by much. Cooking separately would prevent this but take twice as long. Use a ratio of 1 cup rice or beans to 3 cups of stock or water.

  • Cookingwith Rick
    Cookingwith Rick 7 months ago

    Bob, that is one cool grill and your chicken looks tender juicy and delicious.

  • DJ Jackson
    DJ Jackson 7 months ago

    Looks wonderful. Would love to taste it. Glad you are making vids again

  • BADD1ONE
    BADD1ONE 7 months ago

    When I run my smoker at home, I always have to run to the store for something. People always get a whiff of me and ask if they can come home with me.

  • Robert Bogetti
    Robert Bogetti 7 months ago

    This is a very simple way to make a delicious evenly cooked BBQ chicken that's juicy, tender, golden brown and delicious with that wonderful smoked BBQ flavor.

  • Magnum
    Magnum 7 months ago

    I have the same smoker. Love it. Nice video, sir.

  • Nessa Rossini
    Nessa Rossini 8 months ago

    This would be wonderful for college students or people in a small room. I just picked up a 3 cup Hamilton Beach Oatmeal maker that does rice also. The good thing is it shuts off after cooking, no going to warm. I'll do meals in it also, like the rice with chicken or fish on top. I can see chili beans with a cornbread mix on top. Also polenta/grits. Rice a Roni boxed mix. I'll be experimenting when mine arrives.

  • Cyd Kriletich
    Cyd Kriletich 8 months ago

    Chef Bob, I made it a day late, but, wow, was it worth the wait! Sooooo much better than the way it used to come out using my slow cooker, which was always hit and miss. Thanks again!

  • William Owens
    William Owens 8 months ago

    Can I put aluminum foil on the racks?

    • Robert Bogetti
      Robert Bogetti 8 months ago

      Yes, just make sure to leave some room for the smoke to circulate throughout the chamber. Thanks for watching!

  • Cyd Kriletich
    Cyd Kriletich 8 months ago

    Thank you! I just purchased my first pressure cooker; but, since I’ve never used one before, I was going to cook a corned beef and cabbage meal for St. Paddy’s Day tomorrow the way I’ve done so for years...with my slow cooker. Then I started looking at various videos on cooking the meal in a pressure cooker. Of all that I’ve watched, yours is the most straight forward and basic. So now I’m going to use my pressure cooker for the first time to make this meal following your instructions. I do have a question or two that I’m hoping you, Chef Bob, or another subscriber can answer re: liquid. Can I use Guinness rather than water? And if so, do I need to fully immerse the meat in the beer? If I cook the veggies in the beer liquid, will they taste too “beerish?” I’m cooking this for my 97 yr. old mom who is on hospice; so this may very well be her last St. Patrick’s Day. I want to make it as perfect for her as I can! Thanks again for these instructions!

    • Cyd Kriletich
      Cyd Kriletich 8 months ago

      Robert Bogetti Since it’s the first time I’m making it in the pressure cooker, I think I’ll skip the Guinness altogether and follow your recipe exactly. None of us are drinkers, so it isn’t beer flavor we’re after, but rather texture of meat. I’ve heard the beer (like Coke in some meat recipes) is a great tenderizer; but, it sounds as if that won’t be needed in my new pp! Thanks again!

    • Robert Bogetti
      Robert Bogetti 8 months ago

      You are very welcome! I'd use 1 to 2 bottles of Guinness at most and fill the rest with water. I'd fill it to just cover the top of the corned beef. Since the corned beef will be taking on the beer flavor you might want to swap out half of the liquid with clean water before cooking the vegetables to avoid too much beer taste for the complete meal. Wishing you a very Happy St. Patrick's Day! Thank you for watching!

  • Bill Mekker
    Bill Mekker 8 months ago

    The fat is the best part!

  • ravenblackhawke
    ravenblackhawke 8 months ago

    Cabbage can be very embarrassing when eaten since you are full of gas which causes flatulence so I make corned beef with potatoes and carrots inn the pressure cooker and completely omit the cabbage wedges..

  • Sheila M
    Sheila M 8 months ago

    I've never used a roasting bag and doubted they could be used in the Nuwave Oven. Now I know how wrong I was. Oh, man this is an awesome video. Thanks

    • Robert Bogetti
      Robert Bogetti 8 months ago

      You are very welcome! Thanks for watching!

  • Sheila M
    Sheila M 8 months ago

    I've been following your advice for nearly 4 yrs and every time I use a shorter cooking time I regret it. Sometimes I use spices and sometimes not.