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