Pressure cooker

I have fallen in love with my pressure cooker! I was reciently given one along with a brief explination of how to use it. I tried it for the first time last night and made the best bbq I have ever had. The best part is that it only took about 40 minutes instead of hours! How could I not

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  1. #1
    brown_eyed_girl375
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    I have fallen in love with my pressure cooker! I was reciently given

    one along with a brief explination of how to use it. I tried it for

    the first time last night and made the best bbq I have ever had. The

    best part is that it only took about 40 minutes instead of hours!

    How could I not have known about this wonderful invention??? I

    always said I was in love with my slow cooker, but I think I'll have

    to have an affair with the pressure cooker now. LOL! Does anyone

    have pressure cooker recipies? I've seen a lot for soups and stews,

    but I know it makes other stuff too. Any suggestions?



    By the way, for the bbq, all I did was brown some boneless pork ribs

    in a dab of olive oil and minced garlic. Then, I added about a half

    a cup of water and a big blob of bbq sauce (maybe 1/4-1/2c). Sealed

    it up and once it hit pressure, I cooked it for about 40 minutes.

    When it was done, I put the meat in a bowl and shreaded it with a

    fork (fell apart easily). It was so flavorful that it didn't need

    anything added to it. It was fabulous! Oh, and I cooked it on the

    burner of my grill, so that while it was cooking it didn't heat up my

    kitchen and I got to float in my pool.



    I have heard pressure cooking saves more energy than slow cooking

    because it's so much faster. Does anyone know if this is true?








  2. #2
    nyislandgirl
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    I love my slow cooker. Its been a life saver at home, but I worry about the light bill. I will try the pressure cooker. If you know of any recipes or pressure cooker cookbooks please let me know. I will let you know how the pressure cooker turns out. Thanks.





    Linda

    --- On Thu, 7/17/08, brown_eyed_girl375 <cmbgrimes@yahoo.com> wrote:

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    Date: Thursday, July 17, 2008, 10:01 AM


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    I have fallen in love with my pressure cooker! I was reciently given
    one along with a brief explination of how to use it. I tried it for
    the first time last night and made the best bbq I have ever had. The
    best part is that it only took about 40 minutes instead of hours!
    How could I not have known about this wonderful invention??? I
    always said I was in love with my slow cooker, but I think I'll have
    to have an affair with the pressure cooker now. LOL! Does anyone
    have pressure cooker recipies? I've seen a lot for soups and stews,
    but I know it makes other stuff too. Any suggestions?

    By the way, for the bbq, all I did was brown some boneless pork ribs
    in a dab of olive oil and minced garlic. Then, I added about a half
    a cup of water and a big blob of bbq sauce (maybe 1/4-1/2c). Sealed
    it up and once it hit pressure, I cooked it for about 40 minutes.
    When it was done, I put the meat in a bowl and
    shreaded it with a
    fork (fell apart easily). It was so flavorful that it didn't need
    anything added to it. It was fabulous! Oh, and I cooked it on the
    burner of my grill, so that while it was cooking it didn't heat up my
    kitchen and I got to float in my pool.

    I have heard pressure cooking saves more energy than slow cooking
    because it's so much faster. Does anyone know if this is true?






  3. #3
    Consuelo''s Tupperware Store for Help and Sales
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    I found a energy comparison chart,

    http://www.consumerenergycenter.org/...es/ranges.html



    I'm looking for one that includes a pressure cooker. I can't find

    this online.



    I did see a snippet in last week's issue, inside over, of Jet

    magazine that stated the pressure cooker and crock pots were the

    better choices. I can't find this online either. I wanted to

    include the link since the picture box answered your original

    question.



    I'm still looking. My mother using her pressure cooker for cabbage.



    Thank you for your time. I'm looking forward to working for you.

    Consuelo






 

 

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