Nutrition: Pressure Cookers Can Take The Pressure Off Cooking

A pressure cooker cooks quickly, taking only a few minutes, but it still gives you the same flavorful taste as a slow cooker.

As more people are cooking at home during this time and the cold weather is upon us, we might be looking at new ways of cooking, and warmer recipe ideas. A great addition to your household might be a pressure cooker.

Pressure cookers can prepare warm meals such as stews, pastas, soups and meats in less time than other methods of cooking. They are also great for novice cooks since you can have a full meal on the table in less than an hour with minimal preparation needed.

Many people might be familiar with crockpots and slow cookers but not as familiar with pressure cooking. A slow cooker cooks food very slowly, usually taking around 6-8 hours or so to cook most foods. In contrast, a pressure cooker cooks food very quickly, taking only a matter of a few minutes, but it still gives you the same flavorful cooking taste as a slow cooker. Read more…

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