Found 39 recipes for: cpc-600
Prepare this springtime favorite year round with dried fava beans. Serve on crostini, bruschetta, or pita crisps with a drizzle of extra virgin olive oil and a shaving of Reggiano Parmesan, or serve purée as a side dish with roast spring lamb.
Instead of heating up the kitchen to roast the eggplant, cooking it in your Pressure Cooker keeps the kitchen cool.
Serve with crackers or bread with an aperitif, wine or port, or add a slice to a lightly dressed arugula salad. Adding fresh fruit such as figs, pears or currants to the plate would be perfect.
Dressed with an Asian inspired vinaigrette, this bean salad also includes fresh corn and green beans, edamame, and the bright flavors of the dried cranberries.
Bread pudding can be mixed and assembled ahead, then baked while dinner is being served for a warm dessert. Serve with Red Raspberry Sauce and top with sweetened softly whipped cream, or ice cream – vanilla, ginger or coconut.
Using coconut milk gives this rice pudding a hint of coconut and a very creamy texture.
Makes 4 servings
Dinner all in one pot – add a green salad and a warmed loaf of crusty bread to make this meal complete.
Prepare this summertime favorite without heating up the kitchen! Use our recipe or our own favorite.
Lamb shanks are a delicious treat that benefit from long, slow cooking – but the Pressure Cooker does them perfectly in less than a third of the time.
Serve with cooked pasta, or warmed “hero,” “hoagie,” or “grinder” rolls to make sandwiches.
For variety, cook some ground lamb along with the onions and vegetables, or add some diced leftover cooked lamb just before serving.
Beans are so easy to prepare with the pressure cooker. These beans are delicious on their own or as a topping for bruschetta.