The Everything Pressure Cooker Cookbook

The Everything Pressure Cooker Cookbook

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by Pamela Rice Hahn
     
 

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Pressure cookers will boost flavor and cut cooking time a whopping 70 percent - but only if you know how to use them. In this cookbook, author Pamela Rice Hahn teaches you about the joys of cooking with a pressure cooker. No longer the dangers they once were, these time-saving devices are godsends to busy cooks everywhere. In no time, you can whip

Overview

Pressure cookers will boost flavor and cut cooking time a whopping 70 percent - but only if you know how to use them. In this cookbook, author Pamela Rice Hahn teaches you about the joys of cooking with a pressure cooker. No longer the dangers they once were, these time-saving devices are godsends to busy cooks everywhere. In no time, you can whip up:

  • Roasted Red Bell Pepper Pesto
  • Cranberry-Braised Turkey Breast
  • Balsamic Pork Chops with Figs
  • Halibut in Black Olive Sauce
  • Peanut Butter and Fudge Cheesecake
For that slow-cooked taste in far less time, a pressure cooker is the perfect solution. Veteran cookbook author Hahn has been conjuring up recipes using her pressure cooker for years. With a full spectrum of pressure cooker recipes at your fingertips, you can create delicious breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert dishes in no time flat!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781440500176
Publisher:
Adams Media
Publication date:
09/18/2009
Series:
Everything Series
Pages:
304
Sales rank:
85,799
Product dimensions:
7.90(w) x 9.10(h) x 0.90(d)

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Meet the Author


Pamela Rice Hahn (Celina, OH) is the author of hundreds of food- and cooking-related, medical, and general interest articles, as well as eighteen books, which include The Everything Low-Salt Cookbook; The Everything Diabetes Cookbook; The Everything One-Pot Cookbook, 2nd Edition; and The Everything Slow Cooker Cookbook, 2nd Edition. In addition to extensive food columns and articles online, Hahn’s food articles have appeared in the Cleveland Plain Dealer Sunday Magazine’s “Backburner” column. She has also written for Glamour, Country Living, Business Venture, Current Notes, and other national publications.

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The Everything Pressure Cooker Cookbook 3.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 21 reviews.
Grobiegirl More than 1 year ago
I am a "Newbie" to pressure cooking. Just got an electric unit, and wanted to try as many different dishes as possible. This book is allowing me to do just that. I can make every kind of dish from apps, to soups(shich are my faves!) to desserts! PLEASE understand that cook times do NOT include the build-up of pressure time! Man, so many people gave cookers bad reviews for time issues, not realizing that simple thing! You do have to add build-up,cook, and release-time into your cooking time, so don't think this is a genie in your kitchen...these recipes WILL make yummy, much quicker than not, dinners than most other methods. Well, maybe the old standard PB&J, but c'mon, would you rather that, or some steaming hot chili? YUM!
MMirishczech More than 1 year ago
I have had my pressure cooker for over three years, this finally addresses the programmable type of cooker. This is something that I can recommend to family & friends as a true & easy cookbook for all skill levels of cooking. Thank you for your talent in bringing all those wonderful recipes. I live in a small town & appreciate the ingredients that I can find in my local store. You have a winner.
Craig_the_Impaler More than 1 year ago
I got this book after purchasing my first pressure cooker and testing most of the basic recipes provided by the manufacturer. This book is written with the assumption the cook has some basic knowledge and experience with a pressure cooker. The recipes provided are a step above those I have already tried. Most of the recipes take an approach of providing an entire meal right out of the pressure cooker in a fashion similar to cooking with a crock pot. The only reason I do not give five stars is for the index. The index is adequate but it could be cross referenced better than it is.
born2fish69 More than 1 year ago
This book gives lots of suggestions and takes away the fear of using a pressure cooker. In general I like the book except for the Index. It only gives page numbers under a general category. Good recipes and ideas. I like the charts for the cooking times of different foods.
Bordercollie324 More than 1 year ago
I wanted a cookbook on my nook because I travel to family members and didn't want to carry a cookbook. I thought the Nook would be ideal. There were only 7 selections and I sampled them all before buying a book. This is the only book with a recipe to read, some samples had no more information then what was available on the Barnes and Noble website. A few books at least featured an index. I ordered this book and it has 185 pages with recipes in many categories. This is a nice addition to any pressure cooker cook books.
engine88 More than 1 year ago
I liked the book and found it useful with my new Cuisinart electric cooker
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
When I was trying to find the chicken recipes I notices several printing errors.  The recipes are average. Nothing I couldn't have found for free on the internet. If I could,  could, I would return this book. It was a too expensive for what I got. 
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