Predating the Crock-Pot was its opposite in cooking speed, the pressure cooker. Contemporary pressure cookers take much of the guesswork and anxiety out of their operation and make them a boon for the cook who needs to get something on the table fast and with minimum fuss. Pressure Perfect not only gives dozens of recipes for the pressure cooker, but Sass also shows how to modify each recipe to create an ever-varying series of dishes. Her beef in beer and mustard gravy not only gives the cook a choice among brisket, chuck, oxtails, or short ribs but also offers alteration in sauce structure to create either horseradish cream or chili versions. Tables throughout the book explain how to adjust standard recipes to take advantage of a pressure cooker. Mark Knoblauch
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Good information. Has given me a good start on using a pressure cooker regularly. Love using my pressure machine.Published 7 days ago by Barbara Tyler
I don't recommend purchasing this book. MISS VICKIE'S BIG BOOK OF PRESSURE COOKER RECIPES and Warden's GREAT FOOD FAST are much better books if you want better recipes and more... Read morePublished 10 days ago by Rodney Boyd
Never get a cook book via E book. Impossible to navigate when using it to cook with. Get the physical book. I first got this book from my local library and liked it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Harold Lyle
I am new to the pressure cooker and this book helps me in my journey to try and get quick, quality meals.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
This is a great book, with good recipes as well as general guidelines so that you adapt your favorites to the pressure cooker. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Dr. P.