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    I adapted this recipe from "The Pressure Cooker Gourmet", by Victoria Wise. You can substitute any kind of chicken pieces, bone-in or boneless. You would just need to adjust cooking time based on your choice. I actually leave the skin on, I'm weird and kind of like the skin, even when its "soggy"!

    Recipe #170094

    Lamb shanks are a great meat for novice pressure cookers. The lamb is a great cut of meat with a rich flavor. With traditional cooking, you are looking at a good 2 hours, with the Pressure Cooker just 30 minutes!! The recipe comes from "The New Pressure Cooker Cookbook by Pat Dailey, a great book. Honestly, I didn't taste the garlic that much, not sure whether to add more, or give the garlic cloves a chop or two. I did use port, but I imagine you could substitute a heavy red wine. I served with orzo pasta mixed with green peas. This recipe is for 2, but it would be easy to make for 4 or 6 depending on the size of your PC, just brown them in in a large frying/sauté pan. Enjoy!

    Recipe #193141

    I was looking for a Pot Roast recipe for my pressure cooker. I found a number of them, but the one that came in my instruction manual looked the best! Some recipes I read called for bottom or rump roast, but a number of other recipes stated that these cuts were too dry or tough. A cut from the chuck (or a cross rib roast) a thought to be more tender. I made this with a 4 pound roast and cooked right at 1 hour. I put in red potatoes for the last 20 minutes and carrots for the last 5. I think I would do 1 hour for a 3 lb roast and 1 hour and 15 for a 4 lb roast next time.

    Recipe #188055

    This is a fabulous recipe that I adapted from a great cookbook "Pressure Cooking for Everyone". It was originally Pork Chops with Cherry-Black Currant Sauce. I substituted some sweetened dried cranberries for the dried cherries and some lingonberry jam for the black currant preserves. I also substituted some champagne-pomegranate vinegar for the white wine vinegar, so feel encouraged to substitute different vinegars! I used boneless chops I get at Costco that are a little more than an inch thick. I made some minor adjustments to the instructions and made the recipe my own. There ends up being the perfect amount of sauce for 2 and you can stretch it to four chops, but no more than that without doubling the sauce. I think from now on I will just double the sauce it's so good. I think there is some room for different substitutions with this recipe, so feel free to get creative! One important note...there is almost no liquid in the pot when you bring the PC to high pressure, which seems very odd. But the cooking time is zero, so the meat does not have time to scorch. It seems weird, but it works fine! IT IS CRITICAL that you take the temp of the pork chops. Because of the varying thickness of chops and of PC's, you must ensure your chops are cooked to 145 degrees for food safety reasons. If they are under done, just stick them back in the PC, bring to high pressure again and either quick release or natural release depending on how much more they needed to cook.

    Recipe #200486

    Like most gardners I ended up with more tomatoes than I could use! Was looking for a nice fall weekend lunch and DH wanted grilled cheese sandwiches. Ahhh! Cream of tomato soup! That's what I could make. Looking at my traditional cookbooks, most of the recipes would take about 2 hours and used canned tomatoes. Too long to wait and I had fresh. I looked in my "Pressure Cooker Gourmet" by Victoria Wise and found this gem. The flavor is fabulous and it is extremely easy to make. This recipe lends itself to all kinds of additions...we added a chopped jalapeno and after cooking chopped basil. I strongly recomend the basil. You could also top with a drizzle of sour cream. Add oregano or cumin. All kinds of options with this soup. The cookbook gave a number of options for dealing with the tomato skins. I opted for the easiest and wouldn't do it any other way. I did not peel or seed the tomatoes. When the soup was done cooking I used my immersion blender to puree. The next step was supposed to be running the soup through a food mill, which I did, but there was no peels left to strain. I guess the immersion blender chopped them up. I thought we'd find seeds, but nope. You can peel them if you like, you can also use a blender or food processor to puree. If after pureeing you find any peels, just strain the soup or run through a food mill with the finest blade. This soup also freezes well. And of course the best accompaniment with this soup is a grilled cheese sandwich!

    Recipe #186316

    For all you pressure cooker addicts like me, here is a great recipe for weeknight dinners...the leftovers are great re-heated. Of course you can serve without the noodles for a smorgasbord or pot-luck. Adapted from "125 Best Pressure Cooker Recipes" by Cinda Chavich (my favorite pressure cooker cookbook). She uses dill in her meatballs, I don't like dill, so I make mine with thyme and oregano. You can easily customize the type and amount of spices. I actually add a liberal dose of Hungarian Paprika to the sauce. Definitely mince the onion, a bigger chop does not mix well, as the meatballs are small. The sauce is more thin than thick, so sometimes I add a little "Wondra". Enjoy!

    Recipe #170087


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