Anyone who has tried to cook a pot of beans knows the work that goes into it: there's the sorting, soaking, simmering and then blending with other ingredients to form a meal. This can be incredibly time consuming but not with the help of Vegan Pressure Cooking: Delicious Beans, Grains, and One-Pot Meals in Minutes, the latest cookbook from vegan lifestyle coach JL Fields.
Fields uses her expertise to present vegan staples like beans, grains, and even dessert in a whole new way. By using the pressure cooker you'll be able to cook things like quinoa in one minute flat and heartier foods like bulgur in just five minutes. Not only will her tips save you time in the kitchen, they will also save you a fortune as you'll be able to prepare meals in less time than it takes to wait for takeout.
Vegan Pressure Cooking opens up with a section that answers common questions such as "how do pressure cookers work?" and "how can I avoid blowing up my pressure cooker?" Once you get over your fear of how pressure cooking works you can go on to make delightful recipes for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Her mouthwatering recipes include savory oatmeal and stewed apricots, sweet potato enchiladas, seitan-stuffed acorn squash, cinnamon-curried chickpeas, fava bean risotto and coconut-gingered black bean brownies.
Even if you are not vegan, this cookbook is a precious resource when it comes to operating a pressure cooker. Interested? Get your own copy of Vegan Pressure Cooking on Amazon.
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