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FutureStarrRecipes for a pressure cooker
For centuries, pressure cookers have been used to make food preparations easier. Today, pressure cookers are popular kitchen appliances and offer practical benefits that make meal prep easier, such as cooking with minimal liquid, no need to fiddle with a lid, and maximizing the flavors of your food. Here are some tips and techniques to help you use your pressure cooker to its full potential.I live in Traverse City, which calls itself the cherry capital of the world. What better way to celebrate our wonderful orchards than by using plump, tart dried cherries in my favorite desserts? This pressure-cooked rice pudding recipe always turns out wonderful. —Deb Perry, Traverse City, Michigan.
After years of adjusting, learning from failures, and sorting through advice from others that turned out to be good or bad, I finally have a great recipe that people flip over. The two biggest tips I've learned in making these is to heat the milk and butter before mashing in, and to use a hand masher as opposed to an electric mixer. Using these methods, I have NEVER had the potatoes come out pasty or soupy, always super-fluffy with just enough body.It's easy to love fall-off-the-bone short ribs. The only problem with a traditional braising recipe is that it will be hours before eating happens. Make short ribs in an electric pressure cooker and eat these in half the time. The pressure inside the cooker transforms any liquid into hot steam, which goes deep into the meat and produce far more tender ribs than any other method would make. Less time and better? You bet.
Instant Pot recipes are all the rage, so it's only natural that we take a step back from our beloved Crock-Pots to revisit the classic cooking method that is pressure cooking. You're probably picturing the terrifying pot of years past that was known for leaving remnants of green beans on the ceiling. Well, times have definitely changed. Electric pressure cookers of today are more like a fast version of a slow cooker and have little-to-no risk of taking your eyebrows off. Whether you're looking to invest or you were gifted one and have no idea what to do with it, keep reading to discover easy pressure cooker recipes that are perfect for a beginner.Spicy, saucy, tender chicken for tacos, burritos, and more is easy to cook up in your pressure cooker. Best of all, the recipe requires just three ingredients, so you don’t have to spend a ton of time rooting through your cabinets before you get cooking. (via Gimme Some Oven) (Source: www.brit.co)