The Pressure Cooker Cookbook

The Pressure Cooker Cookbook

Non-Fiction, Food & Drink, Home
Hardback Published on: 06/09/2012
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The Pressure Cooker Cookbook
Back to the future
The only book I had for pressure cooking was the very dated manual that came with it. Catherine Phipps' book will inspire you to get your pressure cooker o... READ MORE
Nick Macey at Bridport


Now more than ever, the nation needs and wants to be able to cook in a quicker, easier, cheaper, healthier and greener way. Look no further than the pressure cooker! Guardian writer Catherine Phipps's mouth-watering recipe book, with stunning colour photography throughout, is the essential guide to cooking with the kitchen appliance that will save you both time and money!'This humdrum tool of grandmother's thrifty cooking is resurrected with an amazing amount of glamour' - The Times 'Phipps's exceptional book shows that the pressure cooker has moved far beyond its spluttering, drab 1970s incarnation' - The Sunday Times 'Recipes you'll want to cook' - The Financial Times 'The holy grail of cheap, quick, delicious food' -- ***** Reader review 'I just can't wait to cook more things from it' -- ***** Reader review 'Changed my life' -- ***** Reader review 'Inspirational!' -- ***** Reader review 'Magical!' -- ***** Reader review***************************************************************************************************** Those who lead a busy life and often cook in a hurry will appreciate any time-saving kitchen hack.The pressure cooker is the number one gadget for people who want to slice huge chunks off the cooking time of meat, pulses and sauces. From ribs that fall off the bone, to stew, casserole or braised meat, a pressure cooker can achieve great results in under an hour. Pasta and rice can be made from scratch in less than 10 minutes; thrifty cooks can tenderise flavoursome cheap cuts in just 20 minutes and pulses can be cooked without having to soak them. Speed isn't the only advantage of pressure cookers - they also preserve nutrients and vitamins, as well as being a more economical way to cook.As a busy working mother, Guardian writer Catherine Phipps is wholly reliant on her pressure cooker to produce quick and easy one-pot meals for her family. Her authoritative guide is aimed at those who are new to pressure cookers as well as established fans. Alongside recipes ranging from pot-roast chicken and seafood risotto to Boston baked beans, pulled pork sandwiches and Scotch eggs, and even cheesecake and chocolate pots, Catherine offers handy tips on how to adapt conventional recipes for the pressure cooker, safety ideas and a guide to using certain ingredients.With 150 delicious recipes and beautiful colour photography throughout the Pressure Cooker Cookbook will revolutionise your mealtimes.

  • Publisher: Ebury Publishing
  • ISBN: 9780091945015
  • Number of pages: 224
  • Weight: 923g
  • Dimensions: 252 x 195 x 21 mm

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