What is it?
A Pressure Cooker
Several years ago I invested in what is by my standards an expensive bit of kitchenware.
(I also have the double boiler pot with mine.)
I have to say that now I can't imagine life without it.
Tonight's supper was:
A mix of root veggies from the fridge
(rutabaga, turnip, parsnip, carrot)
all cooked to quite tender in the pressure cooker
in less than 7 minutes once pressure was reached, which
just doesn't take that long.
In fact, if you like them a little crisper
they could have been ready faster.
The sausage was a new buy for us.
No MSG and gluten free.
$2.99 at Aldi
The family all liked these and I'll probably be serving them again.
One sausage per person and one leftover for hubby's lunch was just right.
Anyway, back to my original thoughts --
pressure cooker is great for meats, rice, veggies and even fruits.
Do you use a pressure cooker and if so what do you cook in it?