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!
pressure cooker: Magefesa Practika Plus
Pressure Cooker Tip: Sling it to lift it!
It's easy to get a container into the pressure cooker for making desserts or steamed rice cooking, the trouble comes when it's time to get the hot, steamy, slippery container out!...
Pressure Cooker Tip: Stand-up for Asparagus!
When you want to steam asparagus, but not cut the stems down to the size of your steamer basket, stand them up! <span aria-label="Continue reading Pressure Cooker Tip: Stand-up for...
Pressure Cooker Review: Magefesa Practika Plus
We tried three Magefesa models and Practika is our favorite. It has the heft of the premium cookers without the flashy design (or price) - but the savings is paid in quirks. Once the cook...
Make the 7-layer dip from scratch
Here's an amazingly flavorful seven layer dip. I like to serve this dip with just-made re-fried beans - their heat melts the cheese and adds a nice contrast to fresh ingredients on top - but it...
Bye, Bye Rice Cooker?!? Pressure cook rice and grains faster!
Did you know that the pressure cooker cuts grain cooking times, too? Here's an infographic, a visual to convey information, to quickly explain the time savings and ease of pressure cooking rice...
QUICK! Pressure Cooked Pasta with Tuna and Capers
Everyone in Italy cooks, knows and loves this pasta recipe but it's almost unknown in America - where tuna and pasta typically bring visions of a cold pasta salad and not the cozy family...
PERFECT Pressure Cooker Rice – two easy ways!
Who needs a rice cooker when you can get perfect results from the pressure cooker! Here, we show you two ways to steam rice perfectly: The classic way, right in the pot that usually works for most pressure cookers; and, the Bain Marie way, also called pan in pot, for troublesome pressure cooker/cooktop combinations or to create a one-pot meal.