I’ve been using that 3-in-1 multicooker since the first time it was featured here. It’s held up well, and I use it almost every day. I usually put a little canola oil at the bottom of it, then a pound of meat, usually low fat ground turkey or chicken breasts. I set the cooker to ‘brown’ and brown the meat while I chop and add vegetables. I may spoon in some minced garlic or shake hot sauce down into the vegetable pile, or maybe curry it. Then I set it to cook on high for 2.5 hours - not using pressure, just high temperature with the lid on but set to vent pressure, not contain it. Serves 4, or 2 with the leftovers for lunch the next day. It may sound boring but I think it’s been good for my weight and health. Tastes great.
I bought that very same electric pressure cooker for my mom as a mother’s day gift. She totally loves it and uses it on most of her big batch cooking for the family. I’m jealous and want one now highly recommended.
I’m interested to learn more about the pressure cooking applications of the cooker - what have folks done well with it?
(can’t listen at work now in case it’s discussed - will listen later)
EDIT - listening, and yes Mark does cover the pressure cooker uses quite a bit.
finger hovers over impulse buy
listens to the chicken stock part
PS- MY LARD.
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