Monday, October 10, 2005

Pressure Cooker Recipes

This page has recipes I've made using a Pressure Cooker.

For the South Beach diet, notations after each recipe listing indicate Kalyn's opinion as to which phase of the diet that recipe can be used for.

If you'd like to browse for recipes in this category by photo, you can do that on my Pinterest Board for Kalyn's Kitchen Pressure Cooker Recipes.



Pressure Cooker Bean Dishes
Pressure Cooker Mexican Beans with Avocado-Poblano Salsa (all phases; limit portion size for Phase One)

Pressure Cooker Refried Beans with Onions, Garlic, and Green Chiles (all phases)

Indian-Spiced Black-Eyed Peas with Tomato and Curry leaves (all phases)

Pressure Cooker Recipe for Pinto Bean and Ground Beef Stew with Cumin and Cilantro (all phases)

Pressure Cooker Vegetable Soup with Giant White Beans, Ham, and Bay leaves (all phases but leave out carrots for Phase One)

Spicy Pinto Bean Soup with Ham, Tomatoes, and Cilantro (pressure cooker or soup pot instructions) (all phases)

Kalyn's Version of Rubio's Pinto Beans (Pressure Cooker or Soup Pot - all phases)


Pressure Cooker Chili
Pressure Cooker All-Beef Ancho and Anaheim Chili (all phases)


Pressure Cooker Soups
Cauliflower and Mushroom Pressure Cooker soup with Parmesan (all phases)

Pressure Cooker Vegetable Soup with Giant White Beans, Ham, and Bay leaves (all phases but leave out carrots for phase one)

Spicy Pinto Bean Soup with Ham, Tomatoes, and Cilantro (pressure cooker or soup pot instructions) (all phases)


Pressure Cooker Stew
Pressure Cooker Recipe for Pinto Bean and Ground Beef Stew with Cumin and Cilantro (all phases)


Pressure Cooker Vegetables
How to Cook Artichokes in a Pressure Cooker (all phases)



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2 comments:

rpm60 said...

I'm afraid to try a pressure cooker as I know not a thing about them. Would you please let me know which one you use, and what you like/don't like about it?

Kalyn Denny said...

I started out with the pressure cooker that's linked in this recipe. It was a very good quality model, and I was totally happy with it. Then my sister got an electric Cuisinart pressure cooker. I got one of those and wrote about it in this post. I love the electric pressure cooker even more because it turns off automatically.

My friend Barbara has a pressure cooker blog, also linked in that second post. I think whichever kind you buy, if you like quick recipes you'll love the pressure cooker.

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