Pressure CookingBook - 2011
The pressure cooker is back u our grandmothers used it often, but modern cooks have just rediscovered this amazing kitchen appliance. A soup or stew that would normally take 2 hours to cook will be tender and delicious is just 40 minutes. Whole pieces of meat such as corned beef and pickled pork are cooked to perfection in a fraction of their usual time. Tagines, curries and casseroles can now be prepared in less than an hour. Even steamed puddings and long-cooked fruit like quinces can be cooked in no time at all. These new recipes triple-tested in the AWW Test Kitchen will bring your family back to the table.
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