8 Pressure Cooker Recipes You Must Try at Home

Pressure cookers are an amazing appliance because they can quickly tenderize meat and vegetables and prepare extremely delicious food. They not only save your time but also retain the vitamins and nutrients inside its chamber, ensuring that you are served with healthy food. One thing that I like the most about pressure cookers is that they can cook nearly any type of food. It may be fish, meat loaf, pork or vegetables. You simply put the right amount of water, add spices and get served with a delicious and appetizing meal in a matter of minutes.

You might have been cooking your regular meals in your pressure cooker. However, there are some very unique and tasty recipes that you can try out today. Below are 8 pressure cooker recipes that are very easy to cook.

Pressure Cooker Recipes

1: Colombian Chicken Stew With Potatoes, Tomato And Onion

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As you know that most of the people in Columbia live at high altitude, especially the ones living in Bogota city. This altitude can be as much as 8000 feet and stovetop cooking doesn’t works here. So, they mostly use pressure cookers, and their most popular dish is a Colombian Chicken Stew With Potatoes, Tomato And Onion and its actually very easy to prepare. You need five ingredients that include chicken, potatoes, tomatoes, onion and bay leaf. Simply add the normal quantity of water, put all the ingredients, add spices as per your taste and start the pressure cooker. Because these vegetables have enough of their own water, you don’t need to add any additional water.

2: Fat Free Colombian Vegetable Soup (AJIACO NEGRO)

Fat Free Colombian Vegetable Soup AJIACO NEGRO

Don’t think that this is like your regular corn soup because the ingredients used in its preparation are potatoes, carrots, corn, fava beans, peas and broth that give it a whole new taste. The potatoes release starch, making the soup creamy without the use of any diary. With pressure cooker, you not only get maximum appetizing taste, but also cut down the time from 45 minutes to 30 minutes or less.

3: Pressure Cooker Chicken, Lentil And Bacon Stew With Carrots

Pressure Cooker Chicken, Lentil And Bacon Stew With Carrots

You can surprise your children preparing a rich chicken stew with a whole bird. You can stick juicier thighs and drumsticks to avoid breast meats from getting dry out. The chicken used adds tasty flavor and also gives a juicy taste to the meal that makes it appetizing.

4: Easy Pressure Cooker Chicken And Chickpea Masala

Colombian Chicken Stew With Potatoes, Tomato And Onion

There’s definitely a time and location for making elaborate curry powders to flavor Indian-inspired dishes. However, if some guest arrives all of the sudden or your train is late, then you must know that you can assemble this moderate British-Indian dish utilizing simply cumin, paprika, coriander, turmeric, and black pepper. The key of making all the spices is to flower them in butter first, which magnifies their taste and prepares them to permeate into the dish.

5: 30 Minutes Pressure Cooker PHO GA (VIETNAMESE CHICKEN NOODLE SOOP)

30 Minutes Pressure Cooker PHO GA (VIETNAMESE CHICKEN NOODLE SOOP

A pressure cooker makes it possible to cook a 30-minute PHO GA that tastes like it’s been simmering throughout the day. The high pressure is especially adept at extracting the collagen from chicken bones, which provides the soup that fatty, lip-smacking texture that you desire from a good bowl of pho.

6: 30 Minutes Pressure Cooker Chicken With Chickpeas, Tomatoes And Chorizo

30 Minutes Pressure Cooker Chicken With Chickpeas, Tomatoes And Chorizo

Utilizing canned crushed tomatoes in stew is less time consuming than chopping up fresh ones. Using fire-roasted tomatoes in particular will add a little additional smokiness on top of the Spanish chorizo and smoked paprika. The punch of those ingredients, integrated with the power of the pressure cooker, means you can have this meal of flavor-packed, falling-off-the-bone chicken and tender chickpeas prepared in half an hour.

7: 1 Hour Pressure Cooker Texas-Style Chili Con Carne

1 Hour Pressure Cooker Texas-Style Chile Con Carne

You just need two ingredients to prepare the Texas-style chile con carne beef and chilies. Chile con carne is typically cooked low and sluggish on the stove, however you can cut your preparation time drastically by using a pressure cooker. Try not to exaggerate the ingredients or the spices, keep it simple and you’ll have one of the most delicious dishes.

8: The Best Tamale Pie With Braised Skirt Steak, Charred Corn And Brown Butter Cornbread Crust

The Best Tamale Pie With Braised Skirt Steak, Charred Corn And Brown Butter Cornbread Crust

Tamale pie is an enduring recipe.  Beef chili and cornbread are a beloved mix on your plate. Here, we upgrade the old-school dish with shredded skirt steak, charred corn, and nutty browned-butter cornbread. What’s more needed? Got a pressure cooker? Your cooking time for this just dropped from 4 hours to a little over 2.

I hope you enjoyed these recipes a lot! Do try them at home. You can also add some toppings as per your taste and have a great time with your family enjoying the tasty flavors.

 

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