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    I just purchased my very first Pressure Cooker (a 5.25 quart / 5 liter Kuhn Rikon, made in Switzerland !!) and I was looking for an easy way to make some boneless Pork loins that I got from Costco with what I had in the fridge (which was very little!). This was only the 2nd thing I ever made in this device. Because we like to try different mustards and had previously purchased the Tarragon Dijon mustard (in our case "Edmond Fallot" brand made in France), we took a chance and thought we would try it, since it was in the fridge . It is an unusual green mustard with a strong taste. Basic method is to quickly sear/brown the chops on each side in a fry pan, and then add to the pressure cooker and set the timer. Voila! We liked it - maybe you might too (actually we could not believe how well the mustard worked out). Plus this recipe is easy peasy! Believe me I am a terrible cook....my European husband actually rated it "at least a 4" ! (thank you Lord I can finally make something he likes!!) I am sure this could be improved, so I welcome suggestions. But we were pleasantly surprised at how tasty this was (or maybe I was still in shock from my husband liking it!!)

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