Not your grandma’s pressure cooker!
Cut your cooking time in half! Electric pressure cookers are quick, safe, easy to use, and produce delicious meals your family will love. Gone are the days of those ominous stovetop pressure cookers. You can have confidence in your electric pressure cooker as authors Cami Graham and Marci Buttars show you how to get the most out of your appliance. Learn to make a variety of recipes—from perfect grains and homemade yogurt to nutritious veggies and tender, fall-off-the-bone meats. Try over seventy delicious recipes such as:
• Breakfast Peach Cobbler
• Cinnamon Vanilla Applesauce
• Mango Sunshine Jam
• Mexican Stuffed Bell Peppers with Chipotle Lime Sauce
• Pepperoncini Beef Sandwiches with Chopped Giardiniera
• Quinoa Pizza Bowls
• Spring Green Risotto
• Creamy Broccoli Cheddar Soup
• Creamy Pesto Vegetable Medley
• Herbed Fingerling Potatoes
• German Chocolate Cheesecake
• White Chocolate Vanilla Lava Cake
• Homemade Ricotta Cheese
• Marinara Sauce
In addition to yummy recipes, this cookbook will show you how to get familiar with your appliance, modify recipes, adjust cooking time, and troubleshoot common issues. With Master the Electric Pressure Cooker, you’ll be a pro faster than your kids can ask what’s for dinner!
Master the Electric Pressure Cooker
More Than 100 Delicious Recipes from Breakfast to Dessert
Cami Graham, Marci Buttars
5 September 2017
7.50 x 9.50in.
About the author
Cami Graham is mom to four sweet kids and wife to a wonderful husband. She has a teaching degree in family and consumer science education. Through her blog, TIDBITS, she shares inspiration for do-it-yourself living, home décor, recipes, and lifestyle tips. Cami and her family reside in a small town in northern Utah.
Marci Buttars has a master’s degree in nursing and works as a family nurse practitioner with an emphasis in pediatrics. In addition to cooking and experimenting in the kitchen, she enjoys motorcycle adventures with her husband, running, arts and crafts with her three children, and gardening. She resides in a small town in northern Utah.