The holidays are a perfect time for using your pressure cooker. You can get things done quickly and predictably, and with more flavor. Most importantly it’s a chance to share this cooking technique with friends and family – while spending more time with them!
Soups are one of those things that you don’t want to make ahead. But, what you can do ahead of time is wash, peel and chop all of the ingredients and have the necessary spices and seasonings measured out and ready to go!
All of this salads can be prepared up to a day in advance – just keep the dressing separate – since the vinegar or lemon juice can wilt tender greens – and dress up to an hour before serving.
These can be served at room temperature or just warmed up in the oven – if you’ve got the oven going at full blast you can just sit the serving dish on top to heat up a little before serving.
Instead of a Whole Turkey Try…
…these alternatives which can both be prepared and cooked the day before, and then just re-heated right before serving!
All of these delicious desserts can be prepared a day or two in advance and served at room temperature (take them out of the refrigerator as you are starting to serve dinner so that they are not too chilly).
What are your favorite Thanksgiving Pressure Cooker recipes and time-saving tips?
Tell me about them in the comments section, or add a link to it if it’s online!!!
Ciao and Happy Thanksgiving from my family, to yours!