The Pressure Cooker Cookbook Revised

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Penguin, Jan 3, 2006 - Cooking - 224 pages
This greatly expanded and revised edition of The Pressure Cooker Cookbook confirms the versatility and ease of using modern pressure cookers to prepare quick, healthy, and flavorful dishes.

From appetizers, soups and "cooked" salads to stews, roasts, side dishes, and desserts, Toula Patsalis offers more than 250 easy-to-prepare recipes for today's on-the-go lifestyle.

 

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Contents

BASICS OF PRESSURE COOKING
3
APPETIZER
11
SOUPS
23
SALADS
51
MEATS
63
FISH AND SHELFISH
131
SIDE DISHES AND MORE
145
DESSERTS
183
CHUTNEYS AND JAMS
199
INDEX
208
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About the author (2006)

Toula Patsalis is an instructor of cooking and program director of four successful cooking schools affiliated with quality cookshops in Michigan. A culinary authority who studied both in the United States and abroad, Toula appears regularly on television and various media talk shows. Besides chairing cookbook projects to benefit the American Cancer Society, she is a member of the International Association of Culinary Professionals and the American Institute of Wine and Food.

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