Chicken Walking Tacos

Are you familiar with Walking Tacos? They’re a fun, easy-to-make, easy-to-eat on the run taco served in individual chip bags.  Walking tacos are usually made with ground beef, but my daughter isn’t a fan of ground beef, so I decided to change it up and make Chicken Walking Tacos. Many chicken taco recipes start with pre-cooked… 

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Braised Chicken with Capers and Parsley

Moist, tender Braised Chicken with Capers and Parsley is quick and easy to make in the pressure cooker with a tangy, salty flavor.  I recently received an email from a sweet Pressure Cooking Today reader. Pat sent me a link to a recipe that’s a family favorite that she’s transformed in to a pressure cooker recipe. She… 

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Quick and Easy Pressure Cooker Chicken Enchilada Soup

This quick and easy pressure cooker chicken enchilada soup is a pressure cooker version of the popular Tex-Mex slow cooker soup. What’s great about this recipe is all you have to do is open a few cans, throw in a couple of boneless, skinless chicken breasts and in less than half an hour, you’ve got a homemade… 

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Pressure Cooker Zuppa Toscana

A lightened-up pressure cooker zuppa toscana – Olive Garden’s popular soup made with sausage, potatoes, and spinach.  My copycat Zuppa Toscana is a lightened up version using chicken sausage, and evaporated milk instead of heavy cream, so you get a flavorful, creamy soup with a lot less fat. I used spinach in the soup because it’s… 

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Pressure Cooker Corn on the Cob

Pressure Cooker Corn on the Cob is easier and better tasting than corn cooked the traditionally way, by boiling it in a pot on the stove. Corn on the cob is listed in most pressure cooking time tables, but I sort of always thought it wouldn’t be that much easier cooking it in the pressure… 

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Café Rio Sweet Pork Tostadas

A traditional tostada, a crispy corn shell topped with refried bean, lettuce, tomatoes, cheese and guacamole, but with the addition of a Cafe Rio style sweet pork, it’s anything but ordinary.  There’s a local fast food Mexican restaurant in Utah that’s super popular. Everything is made to order, the portions are huge, and the food… 

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Garden Minestrone Soup

Fresh, healthy, and packed with flavor and veggies, this soup makes use of the bountiful fall gardens. Fresh garden tomatoes have so much more flavor than the ones you buy in the store, and right now the tomatoes in my garden are finally starting to ripen. I decided to make a garden minestrone soup with fresh tomatoes… 

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iPad Mini Giveaway

One of my favorite tools in the kitchen is my iPad. I put my iPad on a stand and use it to pull up my recipes from Barbara Bakes and Pressure Cooking Today to make dinner or dessert for my family. That way, I don’t have to worry about remembering the recipes, and I don’t have to print… 

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Sloppy Lasagna

The rich, meaty, cheesy flavors of lasagna in an easy-to-make, one pot quick pressure cooker lasagna casserole. My good friend, fellow blogger and pressure cooker expert, Laura from Hip Pressure Cooking, just released her long anticipated cookbook, Hip Pressure Cooking: Fast, Fresh, and Flavorful. The publisher sent me a review copy a couple of weeks… 

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Greek Tacos

Greek Tacos made with tender  chunks of seasoned pork braised in lemon juice served on warm pita bread with lettuce, tomatoes, and Tzatziki sauce. One of my family’s favorite meals is Greek Souvlaki. I decided it would be fun to make a pressure cooker version for the months ahead when I don’t feel like going outside… 

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