The Easy Pressure Cooker Cookbook

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Chronicle Books, Oct 21, 2011 - Cooking - 480 pages
What's the newest secret weapon for people who want hearty, slow-cooked food but don't have hours to spend in the kitchen? You guessed it the pressure cooker! Anyone with a taste for good, filling food made quickly will find the pressure cooker indispensable for getting dinner on the table. And this welcome guide will help them do it with more than 400 easy-to-follow recipes from stocks and sauces to vegetables and tender meats, and even elegant desserts like crême brûlée plus tips on selecting and safely using pressure cookers. This authoritative compendium offers a modern take on a tried-and-true method, with recipes that prove that less cooking time doesn't mean less delicious. Who knew cooking could relieve so much pressure?
 

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Contents

CONTENTS
8
VEGETABLES
70
LEGUMES
150
POULTRY
172
PORK
198
LAMB
230
VEAL BEEF
244
SEAFOOD
282
PASTA RICE
300
WHOLE GRAINS
348
DESSERTS
370
SAUCES CONDIMENTS
408
COOKING FOR BABY
436
INDEX
461
TABLE OF EQUIVALENTS
480
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Diane Phillips is an international cooking teacher, consultant, and author of 15 cookbooks. She lives in San Diego.

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