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Pressure Cooker Cookbook: 100 Quick, Easy, and Healthy Pressure Cooker Recipes for Nourishing and Delicious Meals by  Vanessa Olsen.

Little description: This pressure cooker cookbook will transform your kitchen routine. Instead of toiling over a hot stove or oven for hours, you can make meals like fall-of-the-bone ribs in a third of the time. Pressure cooking is also the best way to preserve the nutrients contained in food, so you get the best of both worlds! When you get this book, you get access to a host of information, including but not limited to:

  • The difference between electric pressure cookers and stove top cookers
  • The health benefits of pressure cooking
  • How to use a pressure cooker safely
  • How to convert slow cooker recipes to a pressure cooker

You also get 100 recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner, side dishes, snacks, and desserts. Learn how to make quick, delicious dishes like:

  • Spicy honey-sriracha chicken thighs
  • Cheesy broccoli soup
  • Savory salmon
  • Stuffed acorn squash
  • Cool and refreshing key lime pie

Author even included a section just for Vegan pressure cooking, and many of the other recipes are vegetarian, gluten-free, or can be easily adjusted to accommodate those allergies. For your convenience, there are also two indexes at the very end of this cookbook, one for converting the cooking time of various dishes to a pressure cooker, and another on how to can foods using a pressure canner. Whether you’ve used a pressure cooker before or have never even seen one in person, this book will enlighten you and open you up to new and exciting cooking adventures! You’ll wonder how you ever did without a pressure cooker.

Genre: Cookbook, Recipe Book

Find the book on Amazon here.

My thoughts: 5 stars out of 5

Cookbooks are one of my priced books to be cherished, tried, and look at over and over in times again…. to be loved and cooked from.

Pressure cooker is a  delicious and easy-to-make way of food.  As I look through this book, it provides not only delicious meals, but knowledge and so-needed tips for the quick assess to your best pressure cooker pot. Looking through the book, it screamed one thing to me  “Don’t let the other thoughts about next meal to pressure you, Vik, to go out and eat premade meals {nothing wrong with this, yet sometimes I desire for something homemade and special}, but grab a book and head to the kitchen right now.”

I love the sections about History, Benefits, yet my mouth waters from reading the recipes… 100 delicious meals to try. But what surprised me is the section about pressure cooker and canning foods.

Love the book. I was actually looking for new healthy recipes after my diet, and this book is an unexpected, yet wanted gift.

PS. This book was provided by author for my honest opinion.