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So Fast So Easy Pressure Cooker Cookbook - More Than 725 Fresh Delicious Recipes for Electric and Stovetop Pressure Cookers - cover

So Fast So Easy Pressure Cooker Cookbook - More Than 725 Fresh Delicious Recipes for Electric and Stovetop Pressure Cookers

Beth Hensperger, Julie Kaufman

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers

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The ultimate cookbook for electric and stovetop pressure cookers, showing you how to prepare over 725 tasty & easy recipes in little time. With recipes for everything from homemade baby food to delectable desserts, So Fast, So Easy Pressure Cooker Cookbook contains over 725 foolproof recipes for soups, stews, and braises, as well as grains, beans, vegetables, and so much more, all ready in a fraction of the time they would take in the oven or simmered on stovetop. It will change the way you cook! Praise for So Fast, So Easy Pressure Cooker Cookbook “Beth Hensperger and Julie Kaufmann have done it again! So Fast, So Easy Pressure Cooker Cookbook is a treasure trove of delicious recipes, including 7-minute risottos, 5-minute chilis, and hearty stews ready in just 15 minutes. This book is a winner for anyone who is just starting out with the pressure cooker, as well as for more experienced cooks looking for fresh and exciting recipes for this wonderful cooker.” —Diane Phillips, author ofThe Everyday Rice Cooker “I confess. I own a French cocotte (pressure cooker) that I've never used. I've been too scared. Now, with this deeply intelligent and knowledgeable book at my side, I'm ready to do what I've watched my French friends do with aplomb for years: cook with a pressure cooker. I'll be making rich, deeply flavored beef stock in 1 hour instead of 12, and whipping up an unctuous dish of Veal Marengo in less than 15 minutes. Soup for dinner? Give me 5 to 7 minutes. I can't say enough good things about this book. The opening chapter, all about pressure cookers, is alone worth the price of the book.” —Georgeanne Brennan, owner of La Vie Rustic–Sustainable Living in the French Style, and author of Williams Sonoma Essentials of French Cooking  “I’ve read every page of this terrific new book, and every single recipe. It is a consummate guide to the technical aspects of the pressure cooker, providing answers to any question one could conceivably have about this important—and overlooked—piece of equipment all of us should own in the interest of energy conservation. The recipes are masterful and inspired. [Hensperger and Kaufmann] are from the old school of cookbook writers who speak to you from a profound base of knowledge, love, and understanding about the art, history, and science of cooking. So Fast, So Easy Pressure Cooker Cookbook offers delectable and inspired food for the home cook.” —Julie Della Croce, author of Italian Home Cooking
Available since: 06/14/2023.
Print length: 603 pages.

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