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Electric Pressure Cooker Recipes

Electric Pressure Cooker Recipes

What could be easier than making one of these delicious recipes in your electric pressure cooker?

Pressure cookers cook food quickly with very little effort.

If you own an electric pressure cooker, then you already know what an amazing appliance it is; pressure cooking is a quick and easy way to get a delicious meal ready in virtually no time. Need a few pressure cooker recipes that are perfectly suited for your electric pressure cooker? Here are four that we love:

Normally, collard greens require long cooking times to soften. Make them in a pressure cooker and they’ll be ready in about 10 minutes. You can serve the greens as a side dish for hearty mains like pork chops, or toss this dish with pasta for a vegetarian meal.

The pressure cooker is a great way to make meat tender and juicy. This

Bacony Bread Pudding

Who knew you could make bread pudding in a pressure cooker? This sweet and savory pudding gets a hint of saltiness from the bacon for lots of perfectly balanced — and delicious — flavor.

Beer-and-Mustard Pulled Turkey

Make this simple pulled turkey recipe in a pressure cooker and it will be ready to serve in under an hour. Serve the turkey, infused with mustard and beer, in a sandwich, or on tortillas.

For more recipes, visit our pressure cooker recipe collection.

Kristie Collado is The Daily Meal’s Cook Editor. Follow her on Twitter @KColladoCook.


Essential Recipes Every Electric Pressure Cooker Should Come With (But Doesn't)

In an electric pressure cooker, combine 1 pound dried black beans (about 2 cups), 6 cups water, 2 tablespoons lard or vegetable oil, 1 peeled and halved white onion, 1 fresh cilantro sprig, and 1 1/2 teaspoons salt. Close lid, set pressure to high, and set timer for 22 minutes. (It will take about 12 minutes for pressure to build before cooking automatically begins.) When done, let pressure release naturally (it will take about 23 minutes). Remove lid and turn the heat to medium or sauté. Bring to a strong simmer, and mash beans with a potato masher or large wooden spoon. Continue cooking, stirring occasionally, until liquid thickens, about 15 minutes. Taste, and season with more salt if necessary. Serve topped with grated cotija cheese, fresh cilantro, and other garnishes of your choice such as radishes and limes.

The Kitchen Appliance You Don't Have to Be Afraid of Anymore


Electric pressure cooker recipes


Electric pressure cooker recipes are a gentle reminder that using an electric pressure cooker affords you a few perks you would otherwise never enjoy. Everyone already knows that the secret weapon to conquering elaborate dinners that taste like you were slaving over the stove all day, when in fact you had no more than 20 minutes to whip up something great.

Your electric pressure cooker might seem excellent until you run out of inspiration. If you’re looking for a few reasons to put the electric pressure cooker to good use, here are a few ideas that will become a mild obsession

#1 Appetizer Electric Pressure Cooker Recipes

Appetizers are a hit at every party. If you want to start any meal right, a spread of finger food and dips or just something to nibble on is great ways to begin. It is easy to be intimidated by the thought process that seems to go into organizing a great spread, but appetizers are not something to be fussed over – here are a few ideas that This Old Gal recommends

Pressure Cooker Roasted Pepper Hummus

It’s common knowledge that homemade hummus is a better option to the over-processed store-bought alternatives.

Made with a combination of Garbanzo beans, red peppers, onion and garlic you can whip up the hummus after only high-pressure cooking for 1 hour on your electric pressure cooker. The result is a tasty silky dip that you can easily store by freezing.

Pressure Cooker Southern Style Boiled Peanuts

This southern style boiled peanuts are a great snack and a breeze to prepare. Simply rinse the peanuts under cool water, season with kosher salt and cook on high pressure for 55- 120 minutes – or until you attain the required tenderness.

The peanuts are a soft bean-like entertaining taste that will be a big hit with your guests.

#2 Vegetable Electric Pressure Cooker Recipes

Most vegetables typically only need a few minutes (if at all) until they are ready enough to eat. Consider using a look up an outline for guidance on how much time to leave your vegetables in the pressure pot. But other than that, these recipes will knock anyone out of the water, and be a favorite with the vegans –

Ajiaco Negro

This is a quick and easy diary and fat free Columbian vegetable soup. It is made with potatoes, carrots, corn, fava beans, peas and broth. On the stove top, it might prove a hassle but with an electric pressure cooker the potatoes break down and make the soup creamy without masking the flavor of the vegetables. No stock or dairy is needed.

Pressure Cooker Miso Risotto

Risotto’s are a dreadful thought, even for the best cooks because of the attention that it requires. Using your electric pressure cooker however, lets you make the perfect risotto with minimal hassle and in mere minutes.

A combination of dry sake, soy sauce, yellow Miso paste and risotto rice and homemade vegetable or chicken stock the result is an amazingly creamy vegan risotto.

#3. Meat Electric Pressure Cooker Recipes

Pressure cooked meat is a delicate subject. This is because it could end up either juicy and tender or tough and dry. Electric pressure cookers easily changes the game with features that allow you to quite easily abandon the meat in the care of the cooker to produce tender, juicy beef dishes in no time.

Pressure Cooked Barbeque Chicken

Served with rice and green beans, the pressure cooked barbeque chicken makes and easy weekday meal. It is made by heating boneless chicken thighs in pressure cooker over medium heat, then seasoning it meat and then cooking following your electric pressure cookers manufacturer’s instructions.

Chicken thighs may quite easily be substituted with any cut of chicken. Only make sure that you cook the chicken long enough to ensure the sauce doesn’t end up too watery.

Buffalo Chicken Wings

Although they are inspired by the classic buffalo chicken wings, these Buffalo wings are not the famous fried Buffalo wings. Instead of frying, the chicken is first steamed in the pressure cooker and not fried. Then, the wings are broiled till they are caramelized.

They are made with chicken wings, celery, plain whole milk yogurt, and seasoning. With your electric pressure cooker, cooking for 10 minutes at high pressure is sufficient time for perfectly caramelized wings.

#4. Sea Food Electric Pressure Cooker Recipes

Sea food and all its intricate may prove a lot more trouble than you envisaged. But with an electric pressure cooker, you are saved quite a bit of hassle.

Pressure Cooker Sushi Rice

You probably didn’t even think it was possible, but the future is here! And it has a tray full of sushi rice to keep you entertained as you go along.

In just minutes, you can make super sticky sushi rice following standard procedure for sushi preparation and cooking for about 5 minutes before rolling the nori into the rice. Of the nori doesn’t close immediately, running some water on the edge should glue it close.

Pressure Cooker Fish In a Packet

Known as en pallion in French, packet cooking is a way to steam fish in its own juices using only aromatics and vegetables.

Simple wrap the fish in a double layer of oven paper and tin-foil and steam in the pressure. Double wrapping provides a wonderful parchment packet for presentation with the safety and security of tin foil that makes the paper stay out of harms way, and provides protection from the danger manufacturers warn about when putting tin foil in direct contact with acidic foods.

#5. Desert Electric Pressure Cooker Recipes

How about a little indulgence without all the trouble?

Pressure Cooker Blackberry Soda

Pressure cooking is a full-proof way of making fruit extracts that taste like having a sip of heaven.

Making the soda in this case involves catching the flavor without much work. Simply cook for about 10 minutes, extract their juice and pour into a heavy saucepan and heat with syrup and serve with lemon.

Well?

At this point, you probably realize the versatility of your electric pressure cooker, if you hadn’t already. So how about dropping everything else and putting that cooker to good use?


Tips On Using Your Pressure Cooker

Especially if you’re a beginner when it comes to pressure cookers, these tips will come in handy:

  • Only fill your pressure cooker to 2/3 of its capacity or your food will be too crowded to cook properly.
  • Stick to the cooking times, ingredient order and chopping sizes laid out in the recipes these all affect how long food takes to cook and the right combination means none of your ingredients end up over-cooked or remain too raw.
  • If you’re adding fresh herbs, wait until your food has finished cooking and then add them just before serving – otherwise the heat will make them wilt and lose their flavor.

Pressure Cooker Sauerbraten

(Click here to see the original recipe at thespruceeats.com)

Total cooking time: 110 minutes
Yield: 8-10 servings

Ingredients

Cooking Instructions

Step 1
To prepare the chuck roast, trim off any excess fat from the edges and pat it dry with a paper towel. Rub the roast with salt and pepper.

Step 2
Put the olive oil in the pressure cooker pot and let it heat up for a few minutes. Then, put the roast in the pot and leave the lid off while it browns. Turn the roast every couple minutes so that all its sides start to brown.

Step 3
In a separate bowl, mix the water, red wine vinegar, red wine (or beef stock), sugar, cloves, salt, and bay leaves. Set the bowl aside.

Step 4
Once the roast has browned on all sides, add the chopped carrots, celery, onions, and crushed gingersnap cookies to the pot, around the roast. Grab the vinegar mixture you just made and pour it over all the ingredients.

Step 5
Put the pressure cooker lid on the pot and use high temperature to raise the pot to high pressure. Once it reaches pressure, cook for 50 minutes. Do not open the pressure cooker during this time. To be safe, make sure to lock the lid and close the pressure release valve.

Step 6
After 50 minutes goes by, gently take the pressure cooker off the heat source and let it sit for about 30 minutes so the pressure can reduce naturally. After that, you can then remove the lid to look at the food.

Serving

After cooking the roast, remove all the pressure cooker’s contents. Place the roasted meat on a serving platter. For the liquid and vegetables, either serve them how they are with the roast or blend them in a food processor until smooth and pour it over the roast.


Wolfgang Puck 8-Quart Pressure Cooker Manual

Here is the most important information you will need to know for proper use, care and maintenance of your Wolfgang Puck Pressure Cooker. If you have further questions about your Wolfgang Pressure cooker or need to see the manual for one of the other pressure cookers made by this brand, view the official manual.

Before First Use:

What you need to do before using your pressure cooker for the first time is to clean it completely. Follow these steps and remember always to clean it after each further use.

  1. Make sure the pressure cooker is unplugged and that all of the packaging has been removed
  2. Wipe down outside of cooker with a warm damp cloth or towel. Do not use soap or any chemicals on the outside
  3. Disassemble the pressure cooker parts. Remove the inner pot, sealing gasket** and lid. Clean with warm soapy water, DO NOT put these pieces in the dishwasher for cleaning. Always check the sealing gasket and steam vent before each use to look for any tears or unwanted particles/buildup.

**To remove the sealing gasket, simply pull up on one side of the ring and lift the entire piece. To remove the steam vent, turn the black circular knob on top of the pressure cooker counter-clockwise.


PEANUT BUTTER CUP CHEESECAKE

Nutrition (per slice, yields 12): 332 calories, 21.5 g fat (11.6 g saturated), 141 mg sodium, 31 g carbs, 2 g fiber, 24 g sugar, 6 g protein (calculated with greek yogurt in place of heavy cream)

Life is too short to never enjoy a slice of cake again–especially when peanut butter cups are involved. If you're on a quest to shrink your waist, sub in Greek yogurt for heavy cream. It'll provide the same rich consistency, without the saturated fat.


6. Garlic-Dill Deviled Eggs

In need of recipes that will kick start your mornings, then get your hands on your electric pressure cooker. Get the much-needed protein from deviled eggs to help you get started for the day. The fresh dill amazingly perks up the flavour of these irresistible appetizers.
Quantity: 2 dozen

Ingredients: 12 large eggs, 1 cup cold water, 1 teaspoon coarsely ground pepper, 2 teaspoons Dijon mustard, 4 teaspoons dill pickle relish, 1/4 teaspoon garlic powder, 2/3 cup mayonnaise, 1/8 teaspoon paprika or cayenne pepper, 2 teaspoons snipped fresh dill, additional snipped fresh dill (optional)

  1. Firstly, pour water in an electric pressure cooker. Then, place the trivet in the cooker and set the eggs on the trivet. Lock the lid and ensure the vent is closed. Next, select the ‘Manual’ setting, adjust the pressure to LOW and set the time to 5 minutes.
  2. Once it gets cooked, allow the pressure to release naturally for about 5 minutes. Further, quick release the remaining pressure if any according to the manufacturer’s directions.
  3. Take a bowl and add ice water to it. Once you do this, immediately place the eggs in this bowl to cool.
  4. The next step is to cut the eggs into half (lengthwise). Note that you need to remove the yokes and reserve the whites. Take a bowl and put the yolks in it. Mash the yolks. Add all the remaining ingredients to this bowl except for paprika.
  5. Once you do this, spoon or pipe into egg whites. There you go! Your dish is ready. Note that you need to cover and refrigerate it for at least 30 minutes before serving. After 30 minutes, season it with some paprika and add the additional snipped fresh dill if desired.

Hot Mama’s Pepper Jelly Ribs

Sooooo………this post is sort of unrelated to my whole International Pressure Cooking Adventure. I just got excited and wanted to share and post about it. So it’s kind of an impromptu post.
I just recently got introduced to Pepper Jelly. Some of you may be like me and don’t have a clue what Pepper Jelly is. Well, that’s what Google is for! Just kidding! But I’m sure there are lots of people who already know what it is and use it regularly. So bare with us poor folks who have been deprived for so long.


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35+ Easy Electric Pressure Cooker Recipes

Did you finally jump on board the Instant Pot craze like the rest of us? If so, you are probably looking for some Easy Electric Pressure Cooker Recipes, or perhaps you have had that Instant Pot sitting on your counter for a while now and you are just looking for some new ways to change up your dinner routine. Either way, we have got you covered with these 35+ Easy Electric Pressure Cooker Recipes!

I know I was beyond intimidated by my Instant Pot when I first purchased it. If I&rsquom being completely honest, I think it sat in the closet for well over a year before I finally decided to break it out. I can&rsquot remember what the first recipe I made in the Pressure Cooker was, but I distinctly remember plugging it in in the bathroom, closing the door and hoping for the best. I figured if I messed something up, I would prefer it splatter all over the bathroom and not ruin my nice kitchen! HAHA!

The fact of the matter is, after using my electric pressure cooker for over a year now, is that it is incredibly unlikely that anything will go wrong. That is the beauty of this modern take on the old appliance. There is no watching a pressure gauge and trying to figure things out, it takes all the guess work out of it for you!

I love throwing a quick soup, roast or pasta recipe in my Instant Pot for a lazy dinner, but it also has so many other great uses. From hard boiling eggs that peel like a dream to making a quick batch of quinoa or rice, the possibilities are endless. What are your favorite recipes to make in your Pressure Cooker or what are you most looking forward to making?