This is an easily put-together dish that can be served warm when it's made or chilled as leftovers. It is so filling yet refreshing...perfect for lunch or a light summer supper! I make my own homemade Italian dressing that goes perfect in this recipe, and you can use any dressing and vegetable combination you like!
This is a super easy and delicious dish using ingredients you probably have on hand. Prep time is only about 10 minutes then it goes in the oven. A great weeknight meal with rice and rolls. If you have more time, you can substitute pounded round steak, diced fresh tomatoes, sauteed sliced fresh onion and mushrooms, fresh garlic, and chopped fresh basil.
This is a quick and easy recipe for really hearty homemade soup that you don't have to wait until the weekend to make. Adding the cream of mushroom soup makes it a thick and creamy "stoup", but can be omitted for a more traditional soup. Can be garnished with a little shredded cheese and seasoned croutons, served with cornbread or crusty rolls. Yummy! This recipe makes a large pot to serve a big family or leaves enough to freeze for later.
This recipe is a "base" potato soup that is WONDERFUL as is, but with SO many possibilities! I dumped in a can on Niblets corn, and it became chowder! It was wonderful! How about: add Julienne'ed carrots close to the end; or 8 oz Velveeta cheese; or 2 cups cooked broccoli florets; or throw in some cooked shrimp and crab meat & some Cajun seasonings...; or any combination you can think of! YUM! If your hambone isn't too meaty, add a cup of shredded or chopped ham from leftovers.
These ribs cook up fast and the meat melts in your mouth! I've only used beef ribs, my husband's preference, but you certainly could substitute pork ribs. The nutritional values would change. I adapted this recipe from a favorite slow cooker recipe. These are very saucy ribs, messy and delicious! My husband calls them AWESOME!
This is a super easy recipe and SO good! Makes it's own gravy. I adapted this from my favorite crock pot recipe for pot roast. Just cook and serve with steamed rice. I'm new to pressure cooking and I just LOVE it!
This is an easy and zesty appetizer or snack that is sure to be a family favorite! Goes together quickly...is best when left in the fridge overnight to let the flavors mingle! Enjoy with Fritos Scoops!
This is a quick weeknight recipe with only a few ingredients but lots of possibilities. Goes together quickly, then in the oven while you prepare sides and garnish. We poured the salsa chicken over jasmine rice in homemade baked tortilla bowls, garnished with shredded cheddar cheese. Yummy! Can be served with Spanish rice, garnished with cheese, black olives and green onions! Endless!
Fresh green beans are a summer garden favorite. For a Southern cook like myself, they can take hours to simmer to perfection. Voila'...the pressure cooker! Gets them perfect in minutes! This works with beans frozen from your garden, too.
These beef tips come out so tender and the gravy is perfect! Serve over hot rice. Or, stir in a cup of sour cream at the end, heat through and serve over noodles - Stroganoff! You can mix and match your seasonings to your own taste! Delicious!
This is my recipe for cooking frozen peas or butter beans (Lima beans) in the pressure cooker. We put up purplehulls, crowders and butter beans from our spring garden (yes, we are Southerners), but this recipe works with any frozen legumes, either home frozen or store bought.