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Miss Vickie’s Big Book of Pressure Cooker Recipes

Miss Vickie’s Big Book of Pressure Cooker Recipes

The Ultimate Pressure-Cooker Cookbook

Nobody knows more about pressure cookers than Vickie Smith, creator of the leading pressure-cooker Web site, MissVickie.com. Now, at last, Miss Vickie has gathered all of her pressure-cooker wisdom into a book. Whether you’re a pressure-cooker newcomer or a longtime fan, you’ll find all the recipes, techniques, and tips you need for a lifetime of great pressure-cooker meals.

Miss Vickie’s Big Book of Pressure Cooker Recipes is jam-packed with nearly 400 fast, tasty, foolproof recipes, ranging from one-pot meals like Chicken and Rice with Mushrooms to Sweet and Sour Pork, Navy Bean Soup, and Chocolate Malt Cheesecake. Miss Vickie’s detailed recipe instructions and special techniques, such as “pan in pot” pressure cooking, guarantee that each dish comes out perfectly cooked–and perfectly delicious.

But Miss Vickie gives you more than just great recipes. Her book also provides in-depth guidance on every aspect of choosing and using a pressure cooker, including

  • A buyers’ guide to modern pressure cookers
  • Step-by-step pressure-cooker instructions
  • Pressure-cooker safety
  • Basic and advanced pressure-cooking techniques
  • Common mistakes in pressure cookery
  • Adapting recipes to the pressure cooker
  • Tips, tricks, and troubleshooting

Offering hundreds of recipes that are proven to work–and proven delicious–plus plain-English answers to all of your pressure-cooker questions, Miss Vickie has created the single most useful pressure-cooker book ever published. It’s a resource you’ll turn to again and again as you explore the world of pressure-cooker possibilities and pleasures.

Product Features

  • Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

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2 comments

  1. A decent book if only for the great advice and informatioon, but I had a couple of problems with it… There are some things of value in this book. The information is valuable, some very good advice. I like the PIP advice, some of the dessert recipes and some of the meats. But some of the dishes seem like crock pot type recipes (mix meat, noodles, etc) and the WORST thing about the book is that the section of the book that gives lists of “Meats”, “Grains”, “Vegetables” etc etc gives times that are going to leave your food mushy. The veggies were especially overcooked…

  2. Poorly executed. Although this book gives very comprehensive directions for pressure cooking, there are quality issues. First, the book itself: the paper is the same type used in cheap paperback novels. Also, it is not a nice bright white, and the brown ink the publisher used looks faded and makes the book hard to read.Second, several recipes instruct the cook to brown the meat called for, set it aside, add other ingredients, and lock the lid in place without putting the meat back in. In addition,…

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