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    This cold chaser has been adapted from a Bon Appetit recipe. This amount of chicken needs an 8-quart or larger pressure cooker (stove top or electric). Check how much chicken your pressure cooker manual says your pot can handle for chicken broth/stock before you start. (Chicken stock lasts 3 days in the refrigerator or 3 months in the freezer.) You can always pressure cook some additional chicken (and carrots) while the big batch of broth is cooling (I like Recipe#369106, which works well in a 2-qt. p.c.) For the Noodle Soup stage, make only as many noodles as you plan to serve at that meal. (Prep time includes time to cool down broth and chill for fat removal.) Yes, this is time-consuming, but making your own broth maximizes the health benefits. These ingredients escort phlegm from the body! And when you have a cold, the only thing that tastes truly good is good chicken soup. When I make this for you, it says I love you and care for you very much.

    Recipe #516267

    1 Reviews |  By KateL

    Entered for safe-keeping, as shrimp fra diavolo is one of my favorite dishes. This was published in the January/February 2014 Cook's Illustrated magazine. It's different from the other recipes posted on this site for its recommendation to brown the shrimp shells with the juice from the canned tomatoes, then de-glazing with dry white wine. Don't omit the anchovy fillets; they give a "je ne sais quoi" depth to the sauce, but they won't overwhelm you. Serve with a salad and crusty bread or over spaghetti.

    Recipe #515666

    2 Reviews |  By KateL

    Great easy way to serve tasty eggs to a large group! These were a hit at a Saturday morning Toastmasters club, almost a legend. I used a nonstick electric wok, but these could be done in a regular wok (I used my wok for this dish more than any other recipe). Allow 2 eggs per person; I have cooked as many as 30 eggs at a time. These are super simple, but you could provide as many toppings for scrambled eggs as you desire (but that would be more work!). Our group enjoyed having real eggs for breakfast.

    Recipe #515545

    1 Reviews |  By KateL

    Entered for safe-keeping. Not candy-coated, this General Tso's Chicken from J. Kenji López-Alt, Chief Creative Officer of Serious Eats, has vinegary kick to balance the sugar. It gets a crisp crust from the vodka in the chicken coating. Adding some of the marinade to the coating gives extra crunch. For more information, see http://www.seriouseats.com/2014/04/the-food-lab-bringing-home-general-tsos-chick.html

    Recipe #515446

    Betcha can't eat just one! From Yvonne Ruperti, "One Bowl Baking: Simple From Scratch Recipes for Delicious Desserts". Can't wait to try these!

    Recipe #515282

    In a rut, ready for a walk on the wild side? How about eggs brined in cranberry juice and tea for your deviled eggs, with a soothing chunk of bacon to make you feel a bit more at ease? These deviled eggs by Aki Kamozawa and H. Alexander Talbot, "Maximum Flavor: Recipes That Will Change the Way You Cook", will save you from "Samo, samo" and spark conversation at your next gathering. Posted for safe-keeping. This recipe calls for stove-top steaming, a food processor, a refrigerator and an oven. It also calls for a pastry bag with a star tip.

    Recipe #515270

    When pressure cooking a pot roast, it is best to check the manual and recipes that came with your pressure cooker. This is a Tried And True recipe from the Cook's Essentials 8-quart Electric Pressure Cooker manual. (If you have a 15 psi pressure cooker, like Kuhn Rikon, the pressure cooking time would be 60 minutes, per "Quick Cuisine.") Note that a 5-liter pressure cooker can handle up to a 4-pound roast, and a 2-liter p.c. can handle up to a 2-pound roast. I always keep a can of condensed French onion soup in my pantry for emergencies. Cooking time includes 15 minutes to reach pressure and 15 minutes to reduce pressure, and 80 minutes at pressure for Cook's Essentials pressure cooker.

    Recipe #514679

    Entered for safe-keeping, from Karen Harris, savorytable.com, for Eggland's Best, with tweaks and adapted by me for 6-quart or larger 15 psi pressure cooker. (Check p.c. owner's manual for recommended cheesecake cooking time.) I use either a 7-inch x 3-inch Kaiser Noblesse springform pan or a 6-inch x 3-inch Magic Line cheesecake pan. I couldn't believe how a circle of parchment paper covering the pan bottom made removal and slicing so much easier, but it is much better than using non-stick spray! (If you prefer a 9- or 10-inch cheesecake, you can probably double these amounts, but it probably will not fit into your pressure cooker.) I prefer to use whole-fat, full-sugar ingredients; to fit a diet, I simply make the slice smaller. (A bite can satisfy my craving.)

    Recipe #514477

    Entered for safe-keeping, from Carrie Vasios Mullins, editor of "Serious Eats: Sweets" blog. Whole tea leaves are more potent than brewed tea. These are crisp, great for dunking. Earl Grey's light citrus flavor with vanilla notes hits the spot. The dough is easy to roll out, so you can use any cookie cutter you have, including those with small or sharp accents. More at: http://sweets.seriouseats.com/2014/03/cookie-monster-earl-grey-tea-cookies.html

    Recipe #514335

    Entered for safe-keeping, from J. Kenji López-Alt, Chief Creative Officer of Serious Eats. Use 1-1/2-inch thick chops (might need to request double-cut chops from the butcher). Long dry brining, uncovered, in the refrigerator helps to retain moistness. More at: http://www.seriouseats.com/2014/03/the-food-lab-pork-chops-blah.html. Prep time includes refrigerator dry-brining time.

    Recipe #514227

    Entered for safe-keeping, from J. Kenji López-Alt, Chief Creative Officer of Serious Eats. The ultimate solution to dry pork chops! Meat cooked sous-vide is less likely to overcook, and can be left in the water bath until ready to serve (up to 3 hours). The meat cooks to an even temperature throughout. For appearance's sake, the chops are best pan-seared or grilled just before serving. You can vary the seasoning to your personal taste; I'm likely to grab my Paula Deen House Seasoning. A double-cut bone-in pork chop is about 1 1/2 inches thick, with 2 rib bones. For more information: http://www.seriouseats.com/2013/09/sous-vide-101-double-cut-pork-chops.html, including the discussion that follows about internal cooking temperatures. If you are still nervous about trichinosis, raise the sous-vide temperature to 140 degrees for medium for 1 hour. Kenji offers some DIY alternatives to expensive sous-vide immersion circulators and chamber-sealers, made possible by a cooking time of an hour or less. My prep time does not include time for water bath to reach desired temperature.

    Recipe #514214

    1 Reviews |  By KateL

    Entered for safe-keeping, from Yvonne Ruperti's "One Bowl Baking: Simple From Scratch Recipes for Delicious Desserts," as shared on seriouseats blog. Cake flour ensures a fluffy pancake. More at: http://www.seriouseats.com/recipes/2014/03/baileys-irish-cream-pancakes.html

    Recipe #514211

    2 Reviews |  By KateL

    Entered for safe-keeping, adapted from Cooking Light by Betsy Burtis

    Recipe #514172

    Entered for safe-keeping, from 3/17/14 Woman's World, this version for adults only. (For a non-alcoholic version, offer lime soda or seltzer water tinted with green ice cubes (made the night before by adding a dop of food coloring to the ice water.) This makes 2 in a tall cocktail shaker.

    Recipe #514061

    Entered for safe-keeping, from 3/17/14 Woman's World magazine, for adults only. Start these the night before to have frozen pineapple mixture ready.

    Recipe #514060

    Entered for safe-keeping, this creamy-textured mint-chocolate martini from 3/17/14 Woman's World magazine is for adults only.

    Recipe #514059

    Entered for safe-keeping, adapted from Ana Patuleia Ortins, "Portuguese Home Cooking". Roast pork loin can be very dry, so this extensive marination helps to retain moisture during cooking. Use either white wine vinegar or red wine vinegar as you prefer. Note: In Portugal, they are more likely to use sweet chili peppers (massa de pimentão), not hot chili peppers; you could put some jarred marinated roasted red bell peppers in a blender to make a suitable paste. I have included directions as well for large crock pot or 6-quart or larger pressure cooker.

    Recipe #513653

    Entered for safe-keeping, adapted from Donna Davidson in November 2000 Southern Living, times are for 15 psi 6-qt. (or larger) pressure cooker.

    Recipe #513644

    Plain wild rice, from Kuhn Rikon's instruction manual (15 psi cooker), when you don't have time to presoak the wild rice. Kuhn Rikon strongly believes that rice and grains should be cooked at LOW pressure (8 psi). If you increase the amount of wild rice, be sure you don't fill the cooker past the 1/2 mark. I created a separate recipe for presoaked wild rice due to the different rice:water and cooking time.

    Recipe #513640

    Plain cooked wild rice from Kuhn Rikon's instruction manual (15 psi cooker), when you have taken the time to pre-soak the wild rice. Kuhn Rikon strongly recommends cooking at LOW pressure (8 psi) as if steamed. If increasing the amount, be mindful that when cooking grains, the contents should not exceed the 1/2 mark. Note: soak in unsalted water. I have created a separate recipe for unsoaked rice as the rice:water and cooking times differ.

    Recipe #513638

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