It was below zero today, which means it was the perfect day to make some hearty beef soup. But barley is boring, and the only noodles in the house are for lasagna, what to do? Que a flashback to an episode of Good Eats, with a very simple dumpling recipe. Sure it was chicken and dumpling soup, but I have beef, and home made beef stock, lets put these things together and see what happens. Continue reading “Pressure Cooker Beef Soup with Floating Dumplings”
It’s that time of the month again, where I clean out my freezer from everything that’s been there for too long. Today, I had the luck to stumble upon frozen turkey thighs, and with the pressure cooker, that isn’t even a problem. Turkey thighs always seemed to be tough to me coming out of the oven or even on the grill, but the pressure cooker makes it fall right off the bone. Continue reading “Pressure Cooker Turkey Thighs”
Pulled pork, such a versatile and delicious dish, but it takes so long to cook. It’s also usually considered a summer dish outdoors with the smoker, not something for mid winter. Now with the help of a pressure cooker, in under an hour, you can turn a fresh pork butt into tender, flavorpacked pulled pork. Continue reading “Pressure Cooker Pulled Pork”
Poultry stock is a truly great way to really get your moneys worth. It’s basically free, it has a myriad of uses, and with the pressure cooker, it hardly takes any time at all. This is a general recipe, and should be adapted to your needs.
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Beef stock is a great base to start with, while simple in its own right, it can help add wonderful complexities to many dishes, and be transformed into some pretty amazing creations with time. Gravy, demi glace, soup, rice flavorant, the uses really are endless. Continue reading “Beef Stock in the Pressure Cooker”