Pressure Cookers

How To Cook Beans in a Stovetop Pressure Cooker — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn

Pressure cookers are great for making all sorts of delicious meals, from risotto to stews, curries, braises, soups, and even beyond to desserts like cheesecake. But what really keeps the pressure cooker in full rotation in my kitchen is its workhorse function: nothing can beat it for quickly cooking grains, rice, stocks, and beans. Today we'll look at how you can cook a pound of beans in the pressure cooker in significantly less than an hour.

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How To Cook Potatoes in the Electric Pressure Cooker — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn

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If I could make only one thing in the pressure cooker, I'd pick potatoes. They cook in only eight minutes and come out creamy and flavorful each time. In fact, I think they taste better — more potato-y than traditional boiled, steamed, or baked potatoes.

After cooking, you can use the potatoes however you'd like. For a quick side dish, I toss them in melted butter and add some freshly chopped herbs and a generous sprinkle of salt. When I have more time, I make mashed potatoes or crispy home fries, or cool them for a perfect potato salad.

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How To Cook Potatoes in the Electric Pressure Cooker — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn

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If I could make only one thing in the pressure cooker, I'd pick potatoes. They cook in only eight minutes and come out creamy and flavorful each time. In fact, I think they taste better — more potato-y than traditional boiled, steamed, or baked potatoes.

After cooking, you can use the potatoes however you'd like. For a quick side dish, I toss them in melted butter and add some freshly chopped herbs and a generous sprinkle of salt. When I have more time, I make mashed potatoes or crispy home fries, or cool them for a perfect potato salad.

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How To Cook Rice in the Electric Pressure Cooker — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn

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Rice seems to flummox so many home cooks, and even more so when we want our rice in a rush. Stovetop rice, rice cookers, rice in the oven — many methods promise perfect rice, but few offer rice that is ready almost as soon as we want it. An electric pressure cooker is the key to perfect rice in a rush.

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How To Make Chicken Stock in an Electric Pressure Cooker — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn

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Chicken stock, one of the building blocks of good cooking, is a snap to make in the pressure cooker. After only two hours, you're rewarded with a rich, flavorful broth that tastes like it simmered all day.

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5 Mistakes to Avoid When Cooking Eggs in the Pressure Cooker — Pressure-Cooker Breakfasts

For anyone who's a fan of soft- and hard-cooked eggs, the pressure cooker just might turn out to be your very best friend. Cooking a big batch of eggs in the pressure cooker takes a fraction of the time that it would on the stovetop, and, best of all, pressure-cooker eggs are so easy to peel — the shell practically falls off.

It sounds like a dream, and as long as you don't make these mistakes, it can also be your reality.

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