Preserve nutrients with a pressure cooker, and get speedy results, too. Make tender oxtail or bean soups in a flash.
This is a delicious Korean one pot beef soup. The recipe is speeded up by using a pressure cooker. This recipe calls for kosari, a dried bracken fern, but it can be left out if it is not found in your area.
Tender beef brisket and tendons in a brothy stew that's delicious over rice or with noodles. It's faster if cooked in a pressure cooker, however, you can braise it over low heat for a couple of hours as an alternative.
This is a simple oxtail soup requiring you to cook the oxtail first in a pressure cooker and then again with some simple seasonings. The broth will come out with a milky consistency.
This is great pressure cooker recipe for a Korean beef spare rib stew. It takes a couple days to achieve perfection, but it is worth it!
Use a pressure cooker to quickly cook this delicious Korean bean side dish.
Enjoy the aroma and flavour of this succulent duck dish. Don't let the steps deter you as it is easy enough and you will be rewarded with a delicious meal.
In this dish, tender chicken and taro are equally delicious with a hint of spiciness and ginger. To get the best texture for the taro, do not overcook it. Note: when peeling the taro, wear your kitchen rubber gloves to avoid hand-itch.
Chicken breasts cooked in the pressure cooker. Sour cream is added to the tomato-paprika sauce at the end for a creamy tasty sauce to pour over the breasts before serving.