Tag Archives: Pressure Cooker Recipe

Creamy Garlic Pork Chops in the Instant Pot

The nice folk at Pillsbury provided us this simple, tasty recipe, which works a treat when plated with Crispy Air Fryer Potatoes. The key here, seems to be using thin-cut bone-in pork chops, because thicker chops will not cook properly … Continue reading

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Tomato and Feta Soup in the Pressure Cooker

First, let me be totally honest here; I really liked this soup! My husband? Not so much; but, even after 20 years together next month, he is kind of a traditionalist when it comes to some flavor blends: Pumpkin should … Continue reading

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Parfait! Pressure Cooker Whole Chicken

This Parfait! recipe, to me, perfectly illustrates this week’s Food For Thought quote from the most esteemed Douglas Adams in, that, in my mebbe not so humble opinion, this is the way chicken should be done. And possibly duck, too. … Continue reading

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Parfait! Pressure Cooker Pork Risotto

So far this week, we’ve played around with a nice new beer and milk based marinade for pork (and/or chicken), grilled those marinated pork chops and served ’em with a fine artichoke and cherry peppers topping, and then turned the … Continue reading

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Pressure Cooker Roast Whole Chicken

So, I got this pressure cooker/multi pot thing-y for my birthday (my husband loves risotto, and this puppy makes a fine one), but I wanted to insure that this machine taking up storage space in the corner of his closet … Continue reading

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Nice Chicken Stock in the Pressure Cooker

For my birthday last year, I got this electric combination pressure cooker, slow cooker, rice, and yogurt maker. Mostly, I think, because my husband loves risotto, and it is wicked easy to make in this pot. We can’t, really (well, … Continue reading

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