Green beans and potatoes taste slow cooked on the stove, but in a fraction of the time! Rice cooks at the same time with the PIP (pot in pot) method!
Hit the saute button on your pressure cooker. When pot is hot, add your bacon or sausage or ham, or whatever your meat of choice is, and brown. About halfway before it browns, add your chopped onion and saute them together.
When done, turn the pot off. Add in the remaining ingredients except the rice and the 1 cup of water. Stir to combine.
Place one cup of rice, salt, and one cup of water together in a pressure cooker safe vessel. Swish it about. Add the pat of butter on top. Place it your trivet down over the green beans and set the rice pot on the trivet.
Pressure on high for 10 minutes, letting the pressure come down naturally for at least 5 minutes. Release remaining steam and carefully remove the trivet and the rice. You could quick release if you're in a hurry. Fluff the rice with a fork.
I have these stackable pots. They are perfect for the 6 quart pressure cookers. We really like these and use them all the time. The best part is the silicone handle because you can just grab it out without burning yourself.
You can use a stainless steel bowl or any oven safe vessel that would be safe for the oven.