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This book was a freebie, but what a true bargain! I saw the book listed on bookbub daily deals and got it before I had the cooker. But knowing I had the cook book already gave me confidence to buy the cooker, if that makes any sense? Love the recipes, and there are so many! The italian pot roast was amazing. It was the first time in my life I made a delicious pot roast. The pressure cooker I bought is 8 qt and electronic. Most of these recipes I think are for the kind of cooker that can go on the stove. However, I found them very easily adaptable. Instead of browning in the cooker, i just use a frying pan, etc.
Having a pressure cooker is such a dream! I wish I knew they weren't so hard to use a long time ago.
Thank you for getting me turned on to this.
I've used my PC for about 7 months now and still am amazed at how easy the electric ones are to use. And like another person, this cookbook is my go-to PC cookbook; and like another person, I do not like the Kindle version because I can not make notes, so I just ordered a book version. I have learned that you really have to play around with liquid and seasoning amounts as well as using a steamer. Who knew green cabbage was sweet?
Each time I have made my husband something from this cookbook, he has said, 'You have to mark that recipe, it's a keeper'. It got to the point where I told him, you will have to tell me when there is something you don't like because so far you have told me to mark every single recipe as delicious.
I have yet to find a recipe in this book that is not absolutely delicious, easy to follow, and accurate. In the other book that I purchased, Miss Vicki's book, I have found that there are errors, as in not enough fluid in the recipes, that have been costly. I am still trying to save my pressure cooker from the last recipe of hers that I made,'Italian Beef Simmered in Tomato-Garlic Sauce'. There are good recipes in her book, but after following her recipe precisely and reading it 4 times because there didn't seem to be enough fluid in it to cook the ingredients for 15 minutes at 15psi, I made it and found out that there wasn't enough fluid...which can be really bad in a pressure cooker. I ended up with a very dry, edible at best, meal that I had to add tomato sauce to after it was cooked to try and salvage it for dinner. The bottom of my pressure cooker is stained from the almost burned ingredients.
As an experienced cook, I can tell you that both of these are good cookbooks. As a fairly inexperienced pressure cooker user, The Easy Pressure Cooker Cookbook is my Go To book for recipes. It is easy to follow, accurate and everything is delicious. As I become more confident and develop better instincts by using this wonderful cookbook, I will be experienced enough to trust my instincts when using Miss Vicki's book and correct the recipes where they need to be corrected.
I highly recommend this cookbook. NOTE: I have read some of the reviews from people whose recipes are not turning out. This book is written for pressure cookers cooking at 15psi (stovetop models). Electric pressure cookers do not reach this, and generally cook at 10psi. I have yet to find a cookbook for Electric pressure cookers, so I cannot help with this. You will have to extend the cooking times if you bought this for an Electric pressure cooker.
The chicken broth is the absolute best I've ever made, and I've made a lot of chicken broth in my time. I made it using a $5 rotisserie chicken from Sam's Club - took all the meat off the bones for other meals and used the carcass for the broth. I had some broth left over and ended up canning it because it was so good. Last night I made a recipe with butternut squash and apple cider. Cooked in 4 minutes - delicious! There are a lot of recipes in this book. Who knew you could do so much with a pressure cooker? I didn't until I got this book.