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The Pressure Cooker Gourmet: 225 Recipes for Great-Tasting, Long-Simmered Flavors in Just Minutes

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The Pressure Cooker Gourmet is by far the most creative collection of recipes available for this remarkable appliance. It gives you vast new possibilities for weekday cooking and expanded creative options for weekends, helping you prepare wonderful stews, roasts, and other traditionally labor-intensive dishes literally in a matter of minutes. Make these fantastic recipes ...more
Paperback, 368 pages
Published December 3rd 2004 by Harvard Common Press
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A charming cookbook author's voice, but the recipes seemed overwrought and the cook times still too long for weekday dinners. On weekends, I have the time to cook these things conventionally.
The sub-title, 225 recipes for great-tasting, long-simmered flavors in just minutes, pretty much says it all.

And, when you think of pressure cookers, would you ever think of "Peanut Butter Swirl Cheesecake with Barnum's Animal Cracker Crust"? How about "Sweet Cornmeal Pudding Cake with Rummy Corncob Syrup"? Of course there is much more than the 'sweet finales.'

A partial Contents list include Splendid Soups, Lively Legumes, and Worldly ways with rice, wheat, and corn.

Those interested in pressure
I love this book! I have always enjoyed using a pressure cooker for meats and it makes them fall off the bone and melt in your mouth tender. This book has so many good ideas and interesting recipes. I'm looking forward to using my pressure cooker even more. In fact, I've put a bigger one on my amazon wish list! This is not a book where you learn how to use a pressure cooker. You need to follow the manual that comes with your pan to learn that.
An excellent and very creative cookbook that I need to explore more.
I love my pressure cooker and these recipes are fabulous!
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