Now, release pressure!
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Beet it, just beet it. Beet it!
Beets pack a nutritional punch with high concentration of beta carotene, folic acid and more but cooking them from fresh… Read More »
Sneak Peek of the upcoming Instant Pot SMART
Just a couple of weeks ago we got one of the very first production units of the much-awaited new Instant… Read More »
The Pressure Cooker Recipe Converter!
Answer questions about the recipe you wish to convert to reveal tricky techniques and ingredient combinations that can doom your pressure cooker recipe conversion to failure.
TART! Pressure cooking beans with acidic ingredients (plus recipe)
Until a couple of years ago I pressure cooked every recipe with an acidic ingredient twice. First, I pressure cooked the beans and then I added the “offending” ingredients and pressure cooked everything again to infuse
Infographic: Speed-up Slow Cooking with Pressure!
It’s no surprise that pressure cooking is faster than slow cooking, but did you know that you can get the same fall-apart tender results using a fraction of the energy too?
Short-cut Potatoes: bake potatoes in half the time!
Sometimes, a boiled potato won’t do. On a whim, and then over and over and over again, I tossed the potatoes in the pressure cooker to pre-cook them a bit while my oven was pre-heating. WOW!
THE COOKBOOK: “Hip Pressure Cooking: Fast, Fresh & Flavorful”
The culmination of almost 10 years of daily pressure cooking experience, experiments and knowledge-seeking with over 200 classic and completely new no-fail recipes for both electric and stove-top pressure cookers.
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