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    4 Reviews |  By FCR Gal

    This is a combination of a couple of different recipes. My husband really likes potatoes in his split pea soup, so this is a variation of a traditional soup. Prep and cooking times do not include time for soaking peas. Also, cooking time DOES include time for building and releasing pressure in cooker.

    Recipe #295333

    You can use any other meat that has bones for this recipe. The meat should detach easily from the bone after cooking.

    Recipe #202271

    I love Indian flavors, but all the cream based sauces make it tough for me to eat it as often as I would like! I had a craving for some Indian curry, a fridge full of good vegetables to use and some ideas to cut a lot of the fat. It came out pretty well, though I think I will increase a sharp spice next time, I think ginger would be a good call. I did the sauce at the same time as the vegetables which lessened the total time.

    Recipe #206514

    I love this risotto. It is my favorite pressure cooker recipe.

    Recipe #206540

    This is a good recipe to use up those extra vegetables you have in your fridge at the end of a long week. It's super fast and always gives good results. The long way is better (isn't it always?), but this method will work in a pinch. One word of caution: I have tried being super lazy and putting raw veggies in the cooker with the rice initially but the results are pretty mushy. It's definitely worth the extra effort to steam the veggies in the microwave or steamer and add them when the rice is done.

    Recipe #241083

    This is my shortcut chicken stock. I like the flavor better starting with a leftover roasted chicken carcass compared to raw chicken pieces.

    Recipe #178826

    Easy recipe for your Pressure Cooker. A family favorite!

    Recipe #198994

    Recipe #288940

    1 Reviews |  By Tish

    If you are like me you have a bit of canned pumpkin left after you make your pies so I have this recipe for what's left. Really good with ice cream.

    Recipe #49807

    This recipe is from Cooking Light and was one of the first I made in my new pressure cooker. It turned out great, Enjoy!!

    Recipe #294201

    1 Reviews |  By Dib's

    This recipe is posted by request.

    Recipe #16789

    1 Reviews |  By Tish

    I tend to eat my pudding warm but this may be refrigerated and held for a couple of days.

    Recipe #49804

    I call this double dhal because it has two different types of pulses and both sweet and regular potatoes. The method and seasoning are based on Moong-Chole Ki Dal, by Usha Rana which can be seen in its original form here: http://www.boloji.com/recipes/05.htm The main change was to include the potatoes because I wanted a whole meal in a pot. I also trebled the recipe so I could freeze it off in batches. I have a fairly big pressure and this lot barely fit so if you have a small one, maybe halve the recipe.

    Recipe #256092

    I adapted this recipe for the pressure cooker. It's fast, easy, and very impressive for guests. The small size (7" springform pan) is just right if you don't want a lot of leftovers to tempt you.

    Recipe #189944

    Rich stew made in the pc in less than an hour with that cooked all day taste.

    Recipe #225653

    Beef and rice combine for fancy pressure cooked meatballs. From GetRecipe.com (Regulator Rocking Slowly while cooking, refer to your users manual)

    Recipe #191937

    2 Reviews |  By Dee514

    Adapted for a pressure cooker. (Based on my recipe #23294). Beef stew the way my grandmother used to make it! A good hearty dinner on a cold winter night, served with lots of warm, crusty, Italian bread for dunking into the sauce, mmmmmmm....... Tastes even better the second day. NOTE: I used my Fagor dual (high/low pressure) 6 quart pressure cooker when I prepared this. Everyones pressure cooker cooks a little different, so the cooking times are based on my experience with my PC. You may need to adjust the times for your PC and/or your personal tastes. **The 24 minute cooking time is the ACTUAL TOTAL cooking time under pressure. It does not include "natural release" time or the time it takes to bring your PC up to correct pressure.

    Recipe #206282

    I have experimented with this until I'm finally happy with it... no, delighted with it. I use chicken breasts because it saves the hassle of picking out the bones, bonus time saver. It makes a great chicken basis for fillings such as: chicken pastry pies, chicken ragout, chicken pasta and chicken potato dishes, and if followed until Step 9, also for my Chicken lasagne recipe... I use this to get great healthy and hearty flavour without too much time and effort. It makes a lot, but it freezes well.. if it ever gets that far because it never takes long to disappear ! My not-so-fussed-on-chicken-DH actually likes this too. The recipe is so much easier and illogically, faster... if you start it the night before (I have this on while I'm cooking dinner, then let it cool, refrigerate the lot overnight and next day all you have to do is discard any fat and the rest is easyville) If you have spring onions or leeks or zucchini that need using then throw them in as well. The instructions are long, but mega easy. Cooking time includes overnight refrigeration time. ZWT REGION: The Netherlands.

    Recipe #195716

    I put this together yesterday and cooked it today. We thought it turned out fantastic. You can adjust the cooking time depending on roast size and your own cooker recommendations. Time does not include marinating.

    Recipe #134604

    This recipe originates from the booklet that came with my Futura pressure cooker. I love substituted low sodium ingredients because I am watching my sodium intake. I hope you like this.

    Recipe #262813

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