Roast chicken is awesome, but it does take over an hour to make in the oven. What if you could speed that up and roast the chicken in about 30 minutes? If you have a pressure cooker, you can.
Pressure Cooker Diaries says you can "roast" (it's not really roasting) a 1.36kg chicken in about 18 minutes in the pressure cooker. The meat comes out juicy and tender, just like roast chicken. If you want the skin crisp, however, you will need to then roast for about 10-15 minutes in a 200°C oven.
Yes, it's an extra step and you still need to use your oven if you want the crispy skin, but you'll save at least half an hour, which could make all the difference on a busy weeknight.
How to "Roast" a Chicken — 25 min "Roast" Chicken Recipe in a Pressure Cooker [Pressure Cooker Diaries]