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    5 Reviews |  By manju

    its very tasty

    Recipe #97314

    12 Reviews |  By CJ13

    Easy Risotto recipe that will have everyone asking for seconds.

    Recipe #253358

    Recipe #230786

    This has been a recipe in my husbands family for 3 generations. He loved it so much my mother-in-law bought me a pressure cooker for Christmas so I could make it for him when we moved out of state. I was amazed at how delicious it is.

    Recipe #368205

    One pot chicken and rice, easy and delicious

    Recipe #268780

    5 Reviews |  By PanNan

    This hearty recipe is from The Border Cookbook by Cheryl and Bill Jamison. This is one of those "flexible" recipes. It serves a lot as a meal, and more as an appetizer. You can adjust the heat by reducing or eliminating the chipotles, or by substituting a milder chile. You can serve it warm, or cold. It's a great party recipe because you can partially prepare a few days before the event. You can prepare the meat in the crockpot, oven, BBQ, or pressure cooker, if you prefer. I've listed the stove top version.

    Recipe #65156

    I haven't seen a duplicate of this. My father has made stroganoff this way since I was a little kid and now I make it. If you don't have a pressure cooker, cook your cubes however desired be it fry or boil or whatever you like, but using the pressure cooker helps keep them nice and tender. this recipe can be adapted for a slowcooker, I don't know exact times because I used the pressure cooker, but give it at least 6-8 hours depending on the size of your beef cubes - make sure they are cooked through. 8 oz of sour cream is a minimum, thats what I usually mix into it, and then I serve extra on the side. This is one meal there are never leftovers for. I'm sorry I have no other words to describe the "jiggler" on top of the cooker, you will see when you start to cook on high heat, the difference between the "slow steady" jiggle and the "crazy" jiggle... a better word would almost be a violent jiggle. If your extremely unsure, then just don't cook your meat this way or use hamburger meat instead. ***note*** This is a meal that we don't really mind not being too meaty, in fact most meals I try to skimp on meat to save money - so if you'd like to add more meat feel free.

    Recipe #218451

    This is the lentil curry that Subru uncle(our Chef at home in Muscat for the last 13 years!) makes almost thrice(or more) a week! My dad simply loves this lentil curry. He says he can have this 365 times a year, every single day, and be really happy! This is my dad's FAVOURITE food in the world! He wants me to make this for him while we are on holiday in the US! I have learnt this today! Since I am trying to cut on salt and oil in my food, I don't have this alot(though I have to admit, I love this too!). This is a very flavourful and tasty lentil curry. You can have a bowl of this on a cold winter night as a soup all by itself! This is the traditional Sindhi recipe for this curry. Some people(Gujrati Indians) add sugar to sweeten this, but we like it spicy! Yet, you will be amazed that this is not very spicy at all, but really a great lunch alongwith rice and yogurt! I'm so glad I finally have this down pat! Enjoy this curry that I'm posting with special honour to Subru uncle who gave me the sweetest compliment today saying that, "Your my daughter with cotton hands!" ;-)

    Recipe #76908

    SPOON tender pork chops in a rich and creamy mushroom gravy. Quickly done in the pressure cooker! Great for summer when you don't want to heat up the house!

    Recipe #165500

    8 Reviews |  By Nasseh

    Since marrying my Moroccan husband I have made it my passion to cook dishes from his country. This is one of his favorites.

    Recipe #260907

    This is a combination of two recipes that I have used. I have been obsessed with my pressure cooker lately and thought this would bring tenderness and juiciness to grilled BBQ chicken. It turned out awesome!

    Recipe #117403

    10 Reviews |  By Sam #3

    My grandmother's melt in your mouth recipe. Cook time is for the pressure cooker option.

    Recipe #296697

    My Daddy has always whipped up tasty dishes, and this is one of my Favorites!!! Prep time varies depending on how much meat you use, and what elevation you're at (pressure cooker required) 1-2 hours Max. Give me feedback!

    Recipe #68250

    12 Reviews |  By Tish

    This is a cross between a soup and a stew, and is the perfect supper for midwinter warm-ups. Serve it with a salad or coleslaw and warm rolls with butter.

    Recipe #49800

    13 Reviews |  By Anu

    This is one of the signature dishes of North India, and is spicy, aromatic, flavourful, and simply out of this world! For the authentic feel, try to stick to the original recipe ingredients as much as possible, but you may also use suitable substitutes as mentioned. This is from "Vegetable Delights" by Malini Bisen. Note: Prep. time does not include pre-soaking time for the beans.

    Recipe #47936

    A good friend of mine gave me this recipe after a long discussion on Pressure Cooking. I changed the name to Pork Roast Divine, because it really is. The drippings in the bottom of the pot make the best gravy, and I often use this as a base for my mother-in-law's homemade noodles, which made my Dad's (and husband's) favorite meal. This also makes incredible bar-b-que pulled pork sandwiches.

    Recipe #52300

    15 Reviews |  By PanNan

    I know, I know, not another beef stew recipe. But, after reviewing 5 pages of beef stew recipes posted here, this does not appear to be a duplicate. It's our favorite. When I use my pressure cooker it's ready in less than an hour, and the flavor can't be beat. Note for the World Tour participants - stews are an English tradition, and typically include meat and root vegetables. English peas are also very common in British cookery.

    Recipe #53688

    I grew up with this recipe and now I make it for my family...my picky hubby and kids gobble it right up...and it can be made so quickly in the pressure cooker. To make an easy Beef soup, omit the potatoes, add more water and a few boullions and serve with egg noodles or rice.

    Recipe #190464

    16 Reviews |  By PanNan

    This classic beef bourguignon is wonderful. We especially enjoy it on a fall or winter day. I typically reduce a significant portion of the cooking time by using the pressure cooker. Each pressure cooker is different, so you would need to refer to your pressure cooker instructions to adjust cooking time.

    Recipe #42185

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