Martini LSU Fan Baton Rouge Member since Mar 2005 33738 posts
re: Pressure cookers....anyone use onePosted by Martini on 1/9/13 at 6:33 pm to ruzil
Red beans in fifteen minutes. And you can't tell the difference than if they had been cooking all day. Any dried peas or beans work very well. A good tender chuck pot roast in about forty five minutes.
And my wife does it not me. I stay out of the kitchen when that thing starts hissing at me.
Btrtigerfan LSU Fan Baton Rouge Member since Dec 2007 8683 posts
re: Pressure cookers....anyone use onePosted by Btrtigerfan on 1/9/13 at 7:21 pm to ruzil
I have an electric one that is smallish. I can make a beef stew or dry beans to cooked beans in under an hour.
I have my eye on a 15.5 quart. It can be used for canning, even though I have never done that. Supposedly, you can make a rich stock in just a couple hours in one. For my gumbo, that would be priceless.