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    I present you with an Italian-approved risotto pressure cooker recipe. The rice comes out creamy and delicious just like the original - faster, and without all that stirring and baby-sitting. From the Hip Pressure Cooking website, with permission.

    Recipe #444921

    Octopus has a bad reputation for being tough and rubbery when cooked at home. However, if you know the secrets to tenderizing it you will be able to make this exotic (outside of Italy, anyway) salad with just the right bite! When you buy fresh octopus, you need to either freeze and thaw it or beat it vigorously to tenderize it before cooking. If your fish-monger has fresh octopus ask him if he will tenderize the octopus for you. Otherwise, when you get home spend about half an hour banging on the stiff invertebrate or flinging it against your neighborhood's rocky landscaping to counteract the rigor mortis or... you can just put it in the freezer. I let the octopus defrost for a day in the refrigerator before using it for this recipe. from the Hip Pressure Cooking website

    Recipe #440091

    Sweet, tart, crunchy and elegant these peaches take more time to describe than to cook. They are steamed in red wine and dessert is served in just 4 minutes! From the Hip Pressure Cooking website.

    Recipe #439213

    The white wine and aromatics used in the braise are forcefully injected in the meat under pressure making this Italian cold roast juicy and delicious from the inside out! It takes only 20 minutes to cook under pressure (versus one and a half hours on the stove-top). This recipe is from the Hip Pressure Cooking Website!

    Recipe #438725

    From the Hip Pressure Cooking website. Bright, tasty, al-dente lentils. My sister said it best after tasting this recipe, "Wow! This is not mom's brown mushy lentils that we were forced to eat. I like lentils now!" And so will you. From start to finish, this recipe will only take you 30 minutes with only 20 minutes cooking time (versus 45-60 in a regular pan)!

    Recipe #438510

    This is a dessert from the Hip Pressure Cooking website that never fails to impress. It is incredibly easy, but requires you to learn a new skill - making caramel! Pressure cook this pudding in 10 minutes, let it sit in the pan for 5 and the transformation to semi-solid is complete!

    Recipe #438077


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