Pressure Cooker Meals by Sarah Sophia

30 Quick, Easy and Delicious One Pot Meals For Your Pressure Cooker That You're Family Will Love

Pressure cooker meals

Pressure Cooker Meals

The Essential Kitchen Series, Book 17 

Spend less time in the kitchen, eat healthier, and save money by going out to eat less! 

You know how quickly and easily you can prepare a meal using your pressure cooker, but how often do you use it?The problem is a lack of realistic, homemade recipe options. The Essential Kitchen Series smashes that thinking by delivering Pressure Cooker Meals. Enjoy 30 quick and easy recipes that will turn a night in the kitchen into a night with your family. 

Cook delicious, mouthwatering, nutritious meals with ease and very little mess. 

Cook a meal in half the time 

Preparing a complete meal, using a pressure cooker, is perhaps one of the easiest forms of cooking. Ingredients are prepared in advance, placed for a determined length of time in the cooker, and it does the rest. Does it sound overly simple? YES! That’s the point. 

Any number of tasty combinations are possible. Once you’ve mastered the 30 recipes contained in this easy-to-follow cookbook, you’ll astound your family and friends with your own concoctions. There is literally no way to go wrong with these wonderful recipes. 

It can’t be that easy 

There truly are few things in life that are as easily done as first thought. That is not the case with using a pressure cooker. Inside this unusually simple guide, you’ll learn how to make the most of your time, utilizing this amazing kitchen appliance. 

Learn what thousands have already discovered: there is an easy and fast way to impress your family at dinnertime and friends over cocktails – astound them, and then tell them where you got this gem of a cookbook. 

Conquer the art of Pressure Cooking 

It's your kitchen, why mess it up at the end of a long day...simply slam a few ingredients into a pressure cooker, and serve delicious meals, hot and ready. 

Adopt the idea of ‘I can do it’ and buy this cookbook today! 

You'll have absolutely no regrets, but will be thrilled with the compliments these recipes will elicit from your loved ones. When you purchase today, you will also get access to a special free gift from The Essential Kitchen Series ($97 Value).

Genre: COOKING / General

Secondary Genre: HEALTH & FITNESS / General

Language: English


Word Count: 6426

Sales info:

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Sample text:

Chapter 1 - Introduction To Pressure Cookers

If you are like most people these days, the idea of preparing a healthy, delicious dinner at the end of a busy day does not exactly sound pleasant to you.  The last thing you want to do after spending your day at work, shuttling your kids around, running errands and tending to your home is spend another hour or two in the kitchen, trying to get dinner together.  Unfortunately, this means that the quality of your dinners will surely suffer, and you may end up eating fast food or microwave meals much more often than you would like.  But what can you do about it?

You can grab a pressure cooker and get cooking, that’s what! 

It’s quite possible that you have witnessed your mother, grandmother, or another older family member trying to prepare a meal with an old-timey pressure cooker.  Back then, these kitchen devices were most frequently used for canning or the creation of soups and stews.  The pressure cookers of the past had a reputation for being quite dangerous, and with good reason.  They emitted a great deal of steam (not to mention noise) when they reached a high level of pressure, and they could be easily knocked over or disrupted, causing an explosion in the kitchen.  Who would want to mess with something like that?

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