Book Review: Great Big Pressure Cooker Book, by Bruce Weinstein

 

Hello again, savvy savers! Today finds us with a new book review, and this time the Great Big Pressure Cooker Book, by Bruce Weinstein, The ultimate in pressure cooker books–with recipes for breakfasts, soups, mains, grains, vegetables, and desserts–each adapted for stove top or electric models. The old-fashioned pressure cooker has been rediscovered by modern home cooks, both for its quick-cooking powers (dried beans are perfectly soft in 35 minutes; risottos are tender in 20 minutes) and for its ability to infuse foods with intense flavor (carrots become sweeter, meat more savory). The Great Big Pressure Cooker Book has recipes for every device, stovetop and electric, no matter the manufacturer. Whether you”re seeking an adventurous array of spices, found in dishes such as Cherry Chipotle Pulled Chicken or Smashed Sweet Potatoes with Pineapple and Ginger, or pure comfort food, like French Toast Bread Pudding or Classic Pot Roast and Potatoes, you”ll find the perfect recipe–each labeled by level of ease–to feed your family. This is the only pressure cooker book you”ll ever need.

I received this book as a review copy from Blogging For Books. All opinion expressed are that of my own.
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