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The Pressure Cooker Cookbook: Recipes for homemade meals in minutes Hardcover – February 9, 2012
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Recipes range from soups (onion, lentil, minestrone, bean & bacon), to stews (lamb, chicken, brisket, pork, meatballs), risottos and even desserts (cheesecake, rice pudding). These recipes are what everyone would like to make at home or order off a menu at a good restaurant.
While this book does briefly touch upon the basics of pressure cooking, it does not contain the in-depth charts of bean/grain cooking times and preparation methods like the Lorna Sass books. However this book, unlike the Lorna Sass books, has a full-colour photo of each completed dish per easy-to-follow recipe.
Recommended for those who are somewhat comfortable with using pressure cookers and who just want to start following a recipe and start cooking. The results are delicious and do turn out just like the photos.
Not recommended for those looking for a chart of cooking times or for more exotic recipes.
The recipes take advantage of the many functions of an electric pressure cooker, allowing you to make a dish in one pot rather than simply using the pressure cooker to fast-cook one ingredient, although they're written so you can use a stove-top model as well.
The recipes are well-written and easy to follow, and the many photographs accurately portray the finished dishes.
So far, the recipes have all turned out delicious.
This cookbook does not contain basic pressure cooker how-to or cooking charts.
A wonderful supplemental cookbook, especially for those with electric pressure cookers.