Have you given up on making healthy meals at home because they take too long and have so many fancy ingredients? It’s time to reclaim control with Electric Pressure Cooker Cookbook – 5 Ingredients or Less!
With 100 quick, easy, and delicious pressure cooker recipes, this cookbook will change your views on what healthy cooking can be like. If your experience has been to believe that healthy cooking is something for rich celebrities with hours of free time, it’s understandable that you’re discouraged and resigned to never quite reaching your health goals.
However, the electric pressure cooker is here to transform how you cook everything from breakfast to side dishes to dessert. The book begins with a useful introduction to everything about the pressure cooker, including its centuries-long history and newest incarnations, which have automatic cooking programs and tons of safety features. Even if you’ve never used an electric pressure cooker before, it’s very easy to get a handle on.
This book provides everything you’ll need to know, like what each cooking program does, what “releasing pressure” means, and how to clean the cooker. The electric pressure cooker won’t explode, like pressure cookers of old, and it’s as safe to use as your trusty slow cooker. It’s just way faster, as in, something that takes 4 hours in the slow cooker now takes only 24 minutes!
The book will walk you through the steps on how to convert your favorite slow cooker recipes to the pressure cooker. Speed isn’t the only great thing about the electric pressure cooker. It can make extremely nutritious meals using just 5 ingredients, including seasonings and water. There aren’t any ingredients you’ve never heard of, and any ingredient that isn’t guaranteed to be in everyone’s pantry is described thoroughly. Who knew that healthy food could be so simple?
This book contains recipes like: Cheesy egg bakes, cream-of-mushroom cheddar chicken, blueberry-coconut pork roast, beef ribs, pasta with meat sauce, salmon and broccoli, carrots w/ bacon and butter, stone-ground grits, potato soup, and peach cobbler.
Each recipe includes nutritional info and a full breakdown of how long each step of the process takes. There’s also a chapter exclusively on vegan food, since the electric pressure cooker is especially popular with vegans and vegetarians alike. Whether that describes you, or you are more of a carnivore, you’ll find lots of recipes in this book that could become your new go-to!
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