Pressure cook a tangy and spicy curry right along with the brown rice in just one go by stacking the… Read More »
A classic stew that showcases how the pressure cooker can give boundless flavor and tender meat by using few well-chosen ingredients and techniques.
The liquid appears to magically increase while pressure cooking this recipe, but – don’t worry – no one snuck into the pressure cooker to add more! Let me explain.
The pressure cooker pickles chilies in 60 seconds – it infuses the seasonings and spices evenly while bringing out their… Read More »
This pressure cooker chili is a one pot meal made with items you can find in any pantry. The black beans add depth and the lentils add a little spice – the mushrooms tie everything together into savory, satisfying dish.
This recipe shows you how to add vegetables to any pressure cooker rice dish but counting some of the vegetables as the cooking liquid. The exceptions
Here’s another really easy low prep pressure cooker recipe that doesn’t even require a knife. The pressure cooked chicken barely… Read More »
Jill Nussinow (aka The Veggie Queen) shares her hip strategies for preparing a satisfying vegan one pot meal, along with… Read More »
Want intensely-flavored corn on the cob with plump kernels waiting to burst open with every bite? Pressure cook it for… Read More »
Make super-sticky sushi rice in your pressure cooker in just minutes! While the rice is pressure cooking you can prep the sushi… Read More »
This pressure cooker conversion of a classic Italian pasta dish promises creamy broccoli, crispy sausage and al dente pasta. This dish… Read More »
Make all the fixin’s for a burrito in the pressure cooker in one pot – the beans, the chicken and… Read More »
Pressure cooking oatmeal is convenient and hands-off. The pressure will squeeze the creaminess right out of the cereal making a cozy and… Read More »
According to Prevention Magazine, steel-cut oats have a slightly lower glycemic index and fewer calories than rolled oats1. There is some debate… Read More »
We fake this instant oatmeal classic by using milk and the oat’s own starch as the cream. Whenever I… Read More »
Make these healthified Sloppy Joes from scratch and cut down their simmering time to 10 minutes of completely hands-off pressure… Read More »
Another pressure cooker first that will save you loads of time (10 min pressure cooking vs. 60-90 simmering) and preserve… Read More »
Last year I launched the “Hip Pressure Cooking: Fresh, Fast & Flavorful” cookbook in New York with St. Martin’s Press/Griffin…. Read More »
This pressure cooker risotto coaxes flavor from butternut squash without the laborious step of pre-roasting it in the oven,… Read More »
Making meatballs in the pressure cooker is easy, fast and splatter-free. I make them often so I’ve streamlined the whole… Read More »
I open all of my pressure cooker demos and classes making this dip because this recipe showcases how quickly and easily the stubborn eggplant (which takes, forever to become tender) can be prepared.
Here’s a quick and easy recipe for the summer – there’s no prep, other than throwing the ingredients together and… Read More »
When researching Posole it became pretty clear that, although this dish is not complicated, it requires lots of steps (and cleanup). I removed all of the extra pots and making this recipe not only faster but easier, too!
Asparagus is nature’s welcome mat to spring vegetables. They’re nutty, greeny, nutritions and require very little prep. Personally, my family adores… Read More »
Ricotta does not need a pressure cooker- it can be made with any ‘ol pot with lots of supervision and… Read More »
Split peas are the pressure cooker’s forbidden food – too thick and foamy to be cooked without a care. Here’s… Read More »
The black-eyed peas boil in the base of the pressure cooker, while their cooking liquid steams the potatoes above – making this a delicious and healthy one pot meal!
Sometimes you’ve just got to try something to believe it. Melting chocolate in the pressure cooker is one of those… Read More »
This chili is light on the fat but heavy on the flavor and satisfaction because although we use a very lean meat it’s paired with flavorful beans.