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Electric Pressure Cooker Makes Cooking Easy, Without Guilt
Electric Pressure Cooker
If you need less hassle cooking, try pressure cooking. All you have to do is to put all the ingredients into an electric pressure cooker, seal the lid and let it cooks while you carry on with other chores. I have used this almost everyday. I put dinner in, then pick up my son from school and by the time I get home, dinner is ready. It is so convenient.
Electric pressure cooker is a must-have kitchen applicant in every home. It allows me to prepare healthy nutritious meals in just a few minutes!! It cooks 70% faster than the normal stove-top cooking methods. It yields really tasty meals in a fraction of the time. I have made beef rump roast, stewed chicken, and lamb shanks in the past two weeks, deliberately testing it with foods that ordinarily need long cooking time to be tender and flavorful. They were exceptional one dish meals, with meat, veggies and sauces prepared in the same electric pressure cooker. Best of all, I prepared each dish and had them on the table in less than an hour. The milk pudding was also very flavorful with very little preparation and cook time.
Features Of Electric Pressure Cookers
Most electric pressure cookers on the market has the following features:
Push-button controls and easy-to-read display.
Preprogrammed settings for high- or low-pressure cooking, browning, simmering and sauteing.
Precision thermostat regulates temperatures from 220°F to 400°F.
99-minute timer with countdown display.
Automatically switches to warming feature once cooking time is up.
Removable cap. nonstick cooking bowl for easy cleanup.
Electric pressure cooker is so simple to use and easy to clean. You do not realize how good it is until you start using it.
Here, is one great pressure cooker recipe for you and family. Happy trying!!
Juicy Lemon Chicken
- 1 chicken cut in serving sizes
- ¼ cup oil + 2 tablespoon oil
- ¼ cup lemon juice
- 2 teaspoons oregano
- ½ cup chicken stock
- A pinch of salt and pepper to taste
In a small bowl, mix together 1/4 cup oil, lemon juice, oregano, salt and pepper. Pour over the chicken and marinate for several hours, or overnight. Dry the chicken well on paper towels and sprinkle with salt and pepper. Reserve the marinade.
Heat the remaining 2 tablespoons oil in the pressure cooker and brown the chicken pieces on all sides. Reserve chicken pieces on warm platter. Pour off the fat and add to the pressure cooker the reserved marinade and the chicken stock. Lock the lid in place and then cook for the suggested time. Serve the chicken with the sauce spooned over it.