All pressure cooker recipes that contain pork meat including roasts, ribs, chops and ground pork.
This pressure cooker conversion of a classic Italian pasta dish promises creamy broccoli, crispy sausage and al dente pasta. This dish… 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 »
Making meatballs in the pressure cooker is easy, fast and splatter-free. I make them often so I’ve streamlined the whole… 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!
I “met” Phil over a year ago as we participated in the same cooking forum. He’s an attentive cook and… Read More »
This is a roast that will turn heads and delight taste buds. The ingredient list is very short and there… Read More »
Cotechino, a special partially cured Italian sausage, and lentils are traditionally cooked separately but served together. We’re making new year’s eve hip by cooking both at the same time!
Pressure cook meat before grilling, broiling or baking for tender-to-the-bone results and flavor that just won’t quit! Our tips for… Read More »
Pressure cooker Carnita is fast, delicious, and best of all can be used in a myrad of traditional Mexican recipes… Read More »
Spring is almost here and I just can’t wait. In giddy anticipation here’s another one pot meal that is low… Read More »
The recipe on this platter has almost no prep work and is all cooked together in the pressure cooker. It… Read More »
Since my carnitas recipe was inspired by Mexican cookery, I bring you second pork recipe today that is authentically Mexican… Read More »
with Quick Pressure Cooker Ragu Recipe (Lesson 3) How quick? Only 5 minutes under pressure quick! The rest of the cooking… Read More »
Do you have a special request? Maybe something you’ve been hesitant to tackle or a technique you have not seen… Read More »