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Elite Platinum Maxi-Matic Electric Pressure Cooker Review

probably the number one reason that most
people don’t pressure cook is because
they’re afraid of pressure cookers but
today’s electric digital pressure
cookers are nothing like the pressure
cookers that our moms or grandmothers
used these new digital electric models
are super safe loaded with safety
backups they’re incredibly easy to clean
and they don’t make a mess in your
kitchen so how does a pressure cooker
work it’s really quite simple it allows
steam to build up inside the pressure
cooker and cook the food more quickly
it also takes all the spices and all the
ingredients you put inside and force it
into the food so every single bite is
not only for tender but also incredibly
flavorful now today we’re gonna be
making my pressure cooker beef and rice
and this recipe can be found by
searching David’s recipes on qvc.com
what we’re first going to do is set the
browning feature what’s important to
know about a pressure cooker is that
this works and behaves just like a
skillet before it turns into a pressure
cooker I can actually Brown the stew
meat right in the bottom
one of the nice things about using a
pressure cooker is that you can use a
lesser expensive cut of meat now my
recipe calls for stew meat and if you
prepare this traditionally it can be
really tough and streaming but when you
cook it under pressure it becomes pork
tender and really flavorful
while it’s important to add some water
to a pressure cooker you don’t have to
add a lot of water because remember the
foods that you’re cooking will release
some of their own natural juices but it
is always a good idea to add liquid like
this zesty tomato juice
if your recipe calls for vegetables in
the pressure cooker remember that
vegetables do not need to cook very long
and some don’t belong in the pressure
cooker at all softer vegetables like
asparagus or green beans should never go
in the pressure cooker because they’ll
only turn to mush the rest of your
vegetables should only be cooked a few
minutes probably no more than fifteen
minutes maximum now if you don’t have
fresh vegetables on hand you can use
frozen but it’s important to remember
that if you’re using the frozen you need
to allow a little extra cook time and
add a little less liquid because those
frozen vegetables will give off more
water
let’s talk more about safety these
digital electric pressure cookers have
many backup safety features in fact
there’s no way to open this lid until I
release the pressure that process is
done very easily just by flipping one
switch
the next step is to cook the rice and
rice will cook incredibly fast and a
pressure cooker and we’re going to use
the leftover liquids to make sure that
it cooks beautifully and absorbs all
that great flavor another good idea is
to add a little cooking oil this also
will help keep that starch down and make
sure that the rice doesn’t foam once you
turn the pressure cooker off the best
thing to remember when cooking rice is
the ratio it’s one cup of rice to one
and 1/4 cup water it’s also important to
remember that when you are finished with
a cooking cycle let the pressure release
naturally that way you don’t get any
foaming in the valves and it all comes
out beautifully and clean
so with a little pre-planning and prep
work you’ll be safely pressure-cooking
in no time and what you learn these
simple tricks your food will come
if you’re looking for results fast click
the link below this video now
take a few minutes and check out the
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Author: Emily Howard

I have about 300 different recipes in my collection, and I try to look for new tastes every week. I love to learn dishes from around the world and pamper my big family with a signature Italian cheese pie and my favorite Ukrainian borsch.