Pressure cookers are excellent investments for many reasons. If you are time poor, if you are money poor (saves a lot on gas/electricity due to reduced cooking times), if you want to cook something that would usually go in the oven but you don’t want to put the oven on because it is a hot day, if you are environmentally conscious, or even if you are just into one-pot cooking, then the pressure cooker is for you. Any recipe that can usually take a long time to cook on a cooktop (e.g. bean dishes, stews, soups, cakes) is ideal for pressure cooking.
In this session, Melissa from AVS Organic Foods will show you how to cook the following dishes: Egyptian red lentil soup, veggie lasagne and a dessert plus basic legume cooking.