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    I've fallen in love with my pressure cooker and was anxious to try this. It's now my new favorite way to prepare a whole chicken. This recipe is a combination of ideas I found online, and you certainly could use any seasonings you want. The chicken turns out somewhere between roasted & stewed, and is delicous, tasty & moist. I served it with brown rice tossed with some dried basil & moistened with some of the juice from the chicken. You can have a real feast in 45 mins. tops!

    Recipe #369106

    A Simple way to enjoy artichokes:)

    Recipe #258381

    Half of my extended family are vegetarian and many soups and sauces call for vegetable stock... and shop bought is a) unavailable here and b) stock cubes seem full of salt and preservatives. I make my own vegetable stock and freeze it so that I have plenty on hand when making vegetarian soups, lasagnes etc. I use small handfuls of fresh herbs, throw in what you have to hand and don't be afraid to be generous with the amounts. If you have veggies that need using up like cauliflower, green beans, broccoli etc throw them in too for the extra flavour. Yield depends on the capacity of your pressure cooker. ZWT REGION: The Netherlands.

    Recipe #202061

    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

    This is a delicious, easy, and, most importantly, FAST way to make a hearty, nutritious, stick-to-ribs soup. As with most bean soups, a good broth is they key to flavor, so use your own homemade, or a good quality brand that is sold a carton, not canned! I like Pacific Foods mushroom broth for a good, meaty flavor. If you like spinach and appreciate an extra kick of iron, pick up a bag of prewashed baby spinach, or else buy regular spinach and clean and stem it while the soup cooks.

    Recipe #187652

    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

    This is going to be the first recipe I make in my pressure cooker. Looks like a good combination of ingredients. Hope you and I like it. From Joanna White "This is an absolutely delicious chicken recipe, but depending on the type of jam used, it can take on a very dark color. Enhance the appearance by garnishing with fine shreds of orange zest."

    Recipe #160498

    This is a good basic pressure cooker risotto recipe. I was skeptical at the idea of quality risotto from a pressure cooker, but this produces the texture and consistency of normal risotto without the continuous stirring. I wouldn't make this with canned chicken broth - the flavor ends up overly salty and metallic. [This is partially adapted from both The Pressure Cooker Gourmet(Victoria Wise) and The Naked Chef (Jamie Oliver).]

    Recipe #145066

    This was always one of my mothers favorite meals to cook when I was growing up. A traditional Sunday dinner or whenever company came to eat!

    Recipe #75745

    I save chicken parts in a plastic zip-loc bag in the freezer and when I have enough, I make this stock. This is a really easy, fast way to make good homemade chicken stock. I freeze the stock in a variety of amounts; ice cube sized, one cup and 2 quarts.

    Recipe #71349

    11 Reviews |  By Tish

    Nothing like a great bowl of potato soup done quicker than you could believe with your pressure cooker!

    Recipe #49801

    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

    22 Reviews |  By PanNan

    The flavor of this pot roast is wonderful. The pressure cooker seems to force the seasoning right into the meat and vegetables. Sunday dinner after church in the south was fried chicken, but in the MidWestern U.S. region, it was potroast. YUM.

    Recipe #44990

    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

    1 Reviews |  By Dee514

    From Lorna Sass's book "The Pressured Cook". This recipe requires a 7-inch springform pan. It is a very rich, crustless, chocolate marbled cheesecake. Sometimes this cheesecake emerges from the pressure cooker looking "rustic" (with some peaks and valleys on top), but the flavor is dependably wonderful! This cheesecake will get firmer and denser when refrigerated overnight. For best flavor, bring to room temp before serving. This cheesecake freezes well. DO NOT SUBSTITUTE reduced fat products in this recipe, they contain more water and will not set up properly! Cooking Time includes 15 minutes for natural release. See NOTE for Lemon Cheesecake variation.

    Recipe #308705

    From Lorna Sass's book "The Pressured Cook"

    Recipe #287835

    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

    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

    Very nice home made chicken soup. Very fast to make and easy too. I added parsley with chicken at the end of cooking. I took this recipe from http://missvickie.com/index.html.

    Recipe #195581

    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

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