I make this every year for cheap-but-wonderful Christmas presents for family and friends. And I always make sure that there is enough made so that I can keep at least six jars for myself. This is brilliant on cheese sandwiches, in a chili, or to pep up some chicken wings.
Not ALL the chicken is cooked in a pressure cooker. The strips, wings (hot and regular) and the crispy is cooked in a regular fryer. As long as the oil is 350 F up to 375 F, pressure isn't a must. It will float as it gets done, just remember to put breast in first, then thighs, then legs and last wings. That way they will come closer to being done at the same time."
Today my country voted to leave the EU - a vote to become more right wing & insular, based no doubt on making us "great" again. Be careful what you wish for in the US election...if great means divisive it's a sad day for all of us