The New Pressure Cooker


The New Pressure Cooker Cookbook by Ellen Brown
Pressure cookers aren’t just for canning or prepping string beans for supper. Encased in these covers are 150 scrumptious-sounding recipes that almost want to make me dig out my mother’s old pressure cooker to try out. There’s an introductory chapter explaining their use; they can blow their tops if used improperly (they are pressure cookers!). Where a slow cooker allows you to set up a meal and let it simmer away all day, the pressure cooker achieves similar results quickly. Some recipes included: coconut carrot soup, Carolina fish muddle, Creole bison meatloaf, sweet and sour stuffed cabbage, dilled Swedish meatballs, jasmine rice salad… Is your mouth watering yet? 

Hardcover, 291 pages