Power Pressure Cooking Cookbook by Eric Theiss

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Let Eric Theiss show you how your pressure cooker can infuse food with flavor using this cookbook's recipes, which include 12 specially made for QVC. Ranging from soups and appetizers to pasta, pork, and vegetarian dishes, this selection is sure to be in good taste for any palate.

  • Eric Theiss, author
  • Hardcover
  • 150 recipes
  • 262 pages
  • Copyright 2015
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  • Imported

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Power Pressure Cooking Cookbook by Eric Theiss is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 94.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great cook book This is a greatcoat book. So ready to follow and mistake them are so quick to make. I bought a power pressure cooker XL for me along time ago but nit the book. So when I bought my friend a power pressure cooker XL and cook book for her b-day I bought the book for me as well. Boy am I glad I did. Thank you
Date published: 2017-08-28
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Power pressure Cookbook By Eric Theiss I just received my cookbook and I looked through it and I was not impressed at all. Sorry
Date published: 2017-08-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A must have with K43483. I purchased this item in January, 2016 when I purchased the Power Pressure Cooker XL as a TSV. The use of a cookbook is essential for me to convert my standard recipes for use in the pressure cooker plus it has given me many new ideas. It is very convenient that Eric wrote this cookbook specifically for the pressure cooker I purchased. Highly recommend both purchases!
Date published: 2017-06-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Basic & More for Pressure Cooking I have been pressure cooking for years. This book contains quite a few recipes. I believe it contained the basics for pressure cooking---Like beans and rice---but has additional interesting recipes for the pressure cooker. I have used the recipe book and I like it. Thanks Eric.
Date published: 2017-06-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent I love the way Eric give the time and the button to use. Example: The chicken/meat button. I have a different pressure cooker, this makes it possible to use different pressure cookers. All receipts are done so, anyone can understand. And the add info at the bottom of page explaining how to make different spices concoctions.
Date published: 2017-05-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from THANK YOU!!! I bought a Power Pressure Cooker when it first came out and I did the upsale. However, I've been so frustrated because mine doesn't have the "one touch" buttons that all of the recipes gave instructions for and I had a hard time figuring things out. My first dish was an Easter ham and it turned out fantastic. After that, I'd used it very little for other things because I didn't understand how to use it - until now. I love this book because it gives conversions for the one I bought. I'm hoping to get much more use out of it these days - especially now that I have easy to understand instructions.
Date published: 2017-03-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from very confusing recipe I love Eric and his recipes. I have made his mustard glazed chicken thighs on page 114 of his cookbook. The recipe says to brown the chicken and then take it out of the pan. It never says to cook it for any longer in the recipe. Had I not used the pressure cooker for a lot of other recipes I am not sure if I would have known to cook it any longer than that. Very confusing!!
Date published: 2017-03-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A Great Reference Cookbook Although I do not have Eric's Power Pressure XL Pressure Cooker, Eric was kind enough to write this book with instructions that the recipes can be used with just about any pressure cooker. I have a 6 qt Instant Pot, 2 and 4 qt Cooks Essentials, 6.5 qt oval Techniques (Cooks Essentials) electric digital cookers as well as Cooks Essentials, Fagor, T-Fal, Ultrex, and Prestige stovetop cookers and Eric's recipes can be adapted to any and all of my cookers. One thing I must say that makes this book well worth the price in addition to the great recipes is that THANKS to this book I learned I can cook dried beans to perfection without the usual overnight soak or the 'quick soak' method. The other day I put 1/2 cup of dried pinto beans in my 2 qt Cooks Essentials, covered them with 1" water and cooked them on high pressure for 25 minutes, used 'natural release' and they came out perfect!! I made his recipe for the Chicken Enchilada with Cornbread Pot Pie (pages 128-129) in my 6 qt Instant Pot and it came out great! It made a lot so being a 68 year old geezer now on my own and only cooking for myself, I had leftovers and froze some for those days I don't feel like cooking. I also have Meredith Laurence's Fast Favorites Under Pressure and her recipes can also be adjusted to the size of your cooker. For me, just learning how to cook dried beans without the hassle was well worth the price as I'm an old country boy and I love beans!! Also, makes it a breeze if you're making chili and you can make your own kidney beans for less than having to buy canned ones. I also make a mean pot of black beans to go with my Pollo en ceballo!!! Can you tell I am happy I bought this book???!!!
Date published: 2017-03-05
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