The only pressure cooker cookbookfor electric and stovetop pressure cookersyou'll ever need!What's not to love about the pressure cooker? Using pressure created by super-heated steam, the pressure cooker can cut cook times by 70 percent, meaning dinner is on the table faster, and with significantly less energy use. Your dinner will be more nutrient-rich because vitamins and other good things won't be lost in evaporating steam. And it will taste delicious and succulent because none of the food's moisture has been allowed to escape. Finally, today's modern pressure cooker has been re-engineered for safety and ease of use, including the development of the electric pressure cooker.Because no moisture evaporates during cooking, conventional stovetop recipes do not work in the pressure cooker. For success, the pressure cooker requires different food to liquid ratios and because of that superheated pressure, cook times are very precise. With this comprehensive guide, the busy cook can use fresh ingredients to create more than 700 tasty recipes developed for and scrupulously tested and retested for the pressure cooker.• Chapters on Poultry, Pork, Beef & Veal, Lamb & Game, and Seafood include Zinfandel-braised short ribs that cook in just 30 minutes, herb-stuffed whole turkey breast and braised lamb shanks ready in 25 minutes, and baby back ribs that pressure-cook in just 15 minutes.• Individual chapters on grains, beans, rice dishes (including risotto and breakfast rice), potatoes, chili, and tomato sauces (with and without meat), as well as on soups, vegetables, desserts, making your own baby food, and much more.• An introductory chapter explains the ins and outs of the pressure cooker, with valuable tips and advice. The authors also include recipes for lots of basics, such as how to cook different types of rice and varieties of dried beans.
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About the Author
Beth Hensperger is the author (with Julie Kaufmann) of the bestselling Not Your Mother's Slow Cooker Cookbook, as well as other top-selling appliance cookbooks, including The Bread Lover's Bread Machine Cookbook and The Ultimate Rice Cooker Cookbook (co-authored with Julie Kaufmann), now in its second edition. Beth is also an expert baker and has written for Food & Wine, Bon Appetit, Cooking Light, Every Day with Rachael Ray, and other online and national magazines.
Julie Kaufmann spent her first career in journalism, including nine wonderful years as an editor on the award-winning Food & Wine section of the San Jose Mercury News. She is co-author with Beth Hensperger of The Ultimate Rice Cooker Cookbook, Not Your Mother’s Slow Cooker Cookbook, and Not Your Mother’s Slow Cooker Recipes for Entertaining.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I've just gotten caught up with using an electric pressure cooker and have many wonderful receipes I've found on the 'net. A friend bought this book and showed it to me. I plan on purchasing the nook version. A previous review didn't like the call for spices that they don't have in their pantry. All I can say is I have most of the spices I saw in the book and know that the ones I don't have are easily obtainable. It's the spice that makes the difference! Bon Appetit!
Was looking for home cooking. You will need spices and sauces most people dont have in thier pantry for most of theses recipes.