An American expat, Richard Ehrlich has written about food and drink for many of the UK's leading newspapers and magazines, including the Guardian, the Financial Times, the Independent on Sunday, Time Out, Good Housekeeping and the Telegraph. He won two Glenfiddich Awards for his work in the Independent on Sunday and has written five cookbooks, including the well-reviewed kitchen companion The Green Kitchen (also published by Kyle Books). He is also the author of another book in this series, 80 Recipes for Your Breadmaker.
80 Recipes for Your Pressure Cookerby Richard Ehrlich
Modern pressure cookers couldn't be safer, and as far as kitchen appliances go, they are green, easy-to-use and incredibly fast. Pressure cooking has an old-fashioned image - people are often filled with dread at the memory of rattling valves and explosive boiling steam, but this couldn't be further from pressure cooking today. They are fast gaining popularity with a new generation of users, as they save a fortune in time and energy. Pressure cooking preserves more vitamins, minerals, color and aroma in your food than any other method of cooking, while the high temperature reduces cooking times by up to 60 percent, saving valuable energy.
This beautifully photographed resource includes mouthwatering recipes for soups, starters, meat, poultry, vegetables, starch and desserts, such as Minted Pea Soup, Curried Lamb, Zucchini Salad with Cherry Tomatoes, Braised Spring Greens, Risotto with Lemon Shrimp, Dhal, Chocolate Cake and Poached Peaches.
Safe, fast, healthy and versatile, pressure cookers are the perfect appliance for a modern, green kitchen. Let Richard's delicious recipes and handy hints help you get the best results from yours.
- Kyle Books
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- 7.30(w) x 9.20(h) x 0.60(d)
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