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The Power Pressure Cooker XL Cookbook - 121 Quick & Flavorful Electric Pressure Cooker Meals - cover

The Power Pressure Cooker XL Cookbook - 121 Quick & Flavorful Electric Pressure Cooker Meals

Cindy Dorsey

Publisher: Mayorline

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Summary

Do You Want To Make Nutritious Meals Quickly And Effortlessly  With The Power Pressure Cooker XL, You Can!  Your cooking will make a stupendously great difference with the Power Pressure Cooker XL. It cooks faster than other types of pressure cookers. With it, you can cook quick and delicious meals with incredible flavors. Enjoy well-flavored tender meat and tender-crisp veggies; make incredible baby back ribs in 30 minutes; cook soups, chili and sauces within 10-15 minutes and  well- steamed veggies in two; veggies in soup also retain their flavor instead of tasting like the soup base.Indeed, life is a lot faster when cooking with the Power Pressure Cooker XL. With just the press of a single button, you can choose your cook mode preference– from soup, rice, chicken, meat, beans, fish and vegetables, to steaming, slow cooking, and canning. It is so easy to use and so easy to clean.There are 121 Quick & Flavorful electric power pressure cooker recipes in this book that includes, breakfast, brunch, beef, poultry, pork, seafood, vegetables, soups, stews, desserts and more. Never again will there be a dull moment when it comes to enjoying great home-cooked  meals.  Buy Now!

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