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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

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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.

Comments

jag14 "jag148" says:

Comprehensive and Valuable Cookbook I am really enjoying this book. It has a lot of information on cooking all different food types in the pressure cooker as well as tips to ensure success. (When reading, I recognized some of my previous cooking errors.) There are comprehensive pressure cooking time charts and information for multi-level cooking as well as real variety in the recipes . They predominantly call for fresh and easy-to-find ingredients.I wanted to address the low-rating reviews that recommended Lorna Sass’s books over this one. I own two Lorna Sass books: while they are quality cookbooks and do include more recipes for vegetables and grains, there is information in Miss Vickie’s cookbook that does not appear in Lorna Sass’s. I do understand that people’s needs and preferences are different, but there is much in this book to recommend to all pressure cooker users.There may be other motives in some reviews in which Miss Vickie’s book is not accurately represented. I used to visit a…

James N. Patterson says:

I use this cookbook a little more often than the Lorna J. Sass books. I want a complete balanced meal when I cook. This means I use the microwave, pressure cooker, stove, and oven all at the same time to cook everything. I don’t usually cook one pot meals. Pressure cookers work great for meats and grains. Brown rice is quick and easy. I tend to use a pressure cooker mostly for meats, soups, and stews. The Lorna Sass books are very nice. The Sass Whole Grain book cannot be beat. I have all of the Sass books but I find I tend to use this book a little more often than hers. I am glad that I have all of these cookbooks. I would buy this book first to begin pressure cooking, then get the Sass books. They have things that are not in Miss Vickie’s book. Vickie Smith and Lorna J. Sass are the two best authors of pressure cooker cookbooks. If you want vegetarian or vegan pressure cooking, get the Sass books. They are superior for that. For a good all around general purpose pressure cooking cookbook I recommend you get Miss Vickie’s Pressure Cooker Recipes. Its…

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