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Pressure Cooker Lemon Blueberry Steel Cut Oats

My Lemon Blueberry Steel Cut Oats are creamy, lightly sweet, flavored with lemon zest, studded with blueberries and chia seeds, and topped with sliced almonds and a splash of milk. A heart health, delicious way to start the day.  My daughter is in love with my Lemon Blueberry Coffee Cake. It’s a craveable recipe, but she’s trying to… 

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Pressure Cooker Stuffed Cabbage Rolls

Cabbage leaves stuffed with a ground beef, pork and rice filling pressure cooked in a flavorful tomato sauce until they’re tender and ready to eat in minutes instead of hours.  Today’s post is a guest post from a loyal Pressure Cooking Today reader and a sweet, virtual friend. Carol’s been pressure cooking for years using a stove-top… 

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Video: How to Use the Lux Multi Cooker

Thank you to everyone that enter the Fagor America 6 qt. LUX Multi Cooker giveaway. I appreciate all the sweet comments, and enjoyed reading what you would cook first in your new pressure cooker. The winner of the giveaway was Jerri B. Jerri said she would make “Pork Chops and Gravy or Pork Carnitas” first if… 

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Pressure Cooker Beef and Broccoli

Tender, thin sliced beef and broccoli in a rich sauce that is salty and sweet with just a little heat. Cooking the inexpensive beef chuck in the pressure cooker tenderizes the meat, so it’s not tough and chewy like stir fried beef and broccoli can often be.

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Fagor America LUX Multi Cooker Review

Fagor America recently sent me their new LUX 6 qt. Multi Cooker to review. They also  offered to give away a LUX Multi Cooker to one lucky Pressure Cooking Today reader! Details on how you can win are at the bottom of this post. The new LUX All-in-One Multi Cooker is a Pressure Cooker, a Slow Cooker, a… 

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Steamed Carrot Pudding Cake

A moist, tender British style steamed pudding rich with warm spices and served with a buttery spiced rum sauce. This is my Grandmother Hales’ recipe. My step-mom got the recipe from my grandmother and started making it because my dad loved it. My sister has fond memories of my step-mother serving this cake, and asked me… 

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Thai Quinoa Edamame Salad

A Thai Quinoa Edamame Salad loaded with fresh vegetables and dressed with a delicious Thai lime vinaigrette.  This salad is a meatless salad that makes a great side dish, but it also has enough protein from the edamame and quinoa that I served it as a main dish. The pressure cooker is the perfect way to cook… 

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Spicy Brown Rice Black Bean Salad

This Spicy Brown Rice Black Bean Salad is full of flavor with lots of great textures. The spicy lime dressing brightens up the salad and give it it’s spicy kick.  Last month, I spend a wonderful week with my husband in the Caribbean just lying on the beach and eating wonderful, rich food. I came home with lots… 

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Quick Pressure Cooker Potato Salad

Old fashioned potato salad is a summer favorite at picnics and barbecues. My mom always made a big bowl of potato salad for family get togethers in the summer.  I use to dread making the potato salad, but making potato salad in the pressure cooker is quick and easy.

Instead of cooking the eggs and potatoes separately, I just nestle the eggs in between peeled and diced potatoes. After steaming them for four minutes on high in the pressure cooker, the potatoes are tender and the eggs are perfectly cooked.

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Pressure Cooker Tapioca Pudding

Tapioca Pudding is an old fashioned custard dessert thickened with eggs and starch from hundreds of slightly chewy tapioca pearls. Tapioca Pudding is an inexpensive dessert that’s easy and quick to make in the pressure cooker. I usually have a package of tapioca pearls in the pantry just waiting to be made. But the directions on the package… 

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