The Pressure Cooker Cookbook

100 Amazing Recipes for the Time-Pressure Cook

The Pressure Cooker Cookbook
Format: Hardback, 192 Pages
ISBN: 9780785836179
Publisher: Chartwell Books
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Pressure cooking is fast and furious, allowing you to cook various elements of your meal at the same time.  It is a quick and easy method with no end to the great dishes that can be created literally in a matter of minutes.
With 100 quick and original recipes, The Pressure Cooker Cookbook demonstrates the diverse range of dishes that can be produced.  Some are based on good old-fashioned steam-cooked favorites, while others take advantage of the versatility of pressure cooking.  With recipes for speedy lunches and elaborate evening meals, this cookbook is an essential accompaniment to your pressure cooker. 

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Format: Hardback, 192 Pages
ISBN: 9780785836179
Illustrations: 70 color photos
Size: 8.74 in x 8.74 in / 222 mm x 222 mm

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