Pressure cooking is a method of cooking food using liquid in a sealed container where steam is produced.
Foods cook quickly in a pressure cooker – casseroles, for example, can be made in well under an hour. This book will take you through the basics of choosing a pressure cooker, how they work, which best suits your needs, as well as providing you with lots of exciting recipes to try. From soups and stews to puddings and chutneys, there are over 120 nutritious ideas, each featuring step-by-step instructions and beautiful photography. No matter which pressure cooker you decide to buy or already own, this book is guaranteed to help you get the best results.
Jennie Shapter is a food writer and home economist who is highly experienced in testing different kitchen machines and has established a reputation for accurate, safe recipes and cooking advice. She has
written many cookbooks, including The Bread Bible and The Ultimate One-Pot Cookbook (both Lorenz Books).