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Cooking Light Pressure Cooking Made Simple: Slow-Cooked Flavor in Half the Time by Cooking Light Magazine

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  • ISBN 10 0848743490
  • ISBN 13 9780848743499
  • Published Mar 17 2015
  • Format Paperback
  • Page Count 256
  • Language English
  • Countries United States
  • Publisher Oxmoor House, Incorporated
  • Imprint Oxmoor House, Incorporated

Publishers Text

Pressure cookers are making a comeback! How else can you cook a pot roast in 20 minutes...rice in 5? This new comprehensive cookbook offers home-cooked meals with a fast-food timeframe.

The Pressure Cooker Lover's Cookbook is more than just a cookbook; it's a complete guidebook to purchasing, using AND cooking with your stovetop or electric pressure cooker. Filled with over 140 brand-new recipes (most of which can be prepared in 30 minutes or less), full-color photographs and step-by-step trouble shooting tips for mastering basic techniques. Full-filling the needs of the time-pressed home cook this informative book shows readers how to save on effort and time using just one pot. With quick, delicious and healthful recipes from Cooking Light The Pressure Cooker Lover's Cookbook, home cooks can have great flavor and texture with minimal effort. From fall-off-the bone short-ribs to meaty stews, creamy pasta dishes to savory grains, and even cheesecakes to puddings.

Everything a home cook needs to know about buying, using, and caring for a pressure cooker. Information about both stovetop and electric models tells readers what to look for when they go to purchase a pressure cooker. Plus, a visual guide in front of the book gives instructions for cooking rice, grains, beans, and vegetables as well as step-by-step trouble shooting tips for mastering basic techniques. Every recipe is accompanied by a full-color photograph and mistake-proof advice to guarantee success.



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