This recipe serves 8 - and as you may notice from my pictures - I didn’t need 8 servings - so I adjusted the recipe down ... and any leftover sauce can be frozen for another use!  Or just make extra chicken and use the leftovers!  You could make a wrap and take it to work for lunch the next day!


If you’re looking for Buffalo Chicken Wings - you must check out my recipe for 

“Best Ever, Fall-off-the-Bone Crispy Chicken Wings” and for other “Entertaining-Friendly” Sandwich Recipes - click here!  ENJOY!!


You’ll need:


  1. -1 stick (1/2 cup) unsalted butter

  2. -1/2 cup chicken stock (I used 1/2 teaspoon chicken base +1/2 cup water)

  3. -1/4 cup Frank’s Red Hot Sauce or similar sauce of choice

  4. -8 boneless, skinless chicken breast halves

  5. -Fixings of choice ... Kaiser rolls, blue cheese dressing, lettuce ... or as mentioned above ... create a “make-your-own bar” with everything!


Super Easy Directions (easily adapted for the oven or slow cooker):


In the pressure cooker, melt the butter with the stock and hot sauce.  Coat the chicken with the mixture and stack in the pressure cooker.  Lock the lid in place and cook at high pressure for 5 minutes.  (My chicken breasts are only 5oz each - so I cooked for less time).


Release the pressure naturally and remove the lid, tilting it away from you to avoid the escaping steam.  Remove the chicken from the pot and place each chicken breast on the bottom half of the kaiser roll and close the sandwich.  Serve a small ramekin of sauce with each sandwich for dipping.


  1. *I thickened the sauce a bit after removing the chicken.  I used just a couple pinches of flour that I kneaded with some softened butter and put into the pot and bubbled away until it was thick to drizzle over the sandwiches.  I ate mine open face - with blue cheese crumbles - Why I’m loving the salad concept!


Remember - if you love chicken wings ... I highly suggest the “Best Ever, Fall-off-the-Bone Crispy Chicken Wings” ... it’s highly regarded in our home!!!