cut cooking time, not flavor or nutrition
Pressure cookers have long been a favorite in American kitchens, and sales are on the upswing again, due in no small part to the Instant Pot craze. Pressure cookers cut cooking time exponentially, making dishes that would normally take hours of cooking on the stove top in mere minutes. Like slow cookers, pressure cookers have the added benefit of reducing cleanup time, with just one pot to wash. Pressure cookers' ability to infuse flavors and break down tough meats and veggies allows cooks to select inexpensive cuts of meat to make delicious and tender meals, leading to extra savings. Save time and money with these 13 pressure cooker recipes.