Okay, here comes the beauty of the pressure cooker. If you don’t have a pressure cooker, the recipe will remain the same, but you will need to allow the soup to simmer for at least an hour until the vegetables are soft.
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Archive for the ‘Pressure Cooker’ Category
This wonderfully spiced soup can be made in either a pressure cooker or regular soup pot.
Minty, lemony, and delicious pressure cooker recipe.
A couple of nights ago at Fresh Choice they were serving a Tuscan White Bean soup I really liked – so I decided I’d try to replicate it at home in the pressure cooker. Here’s what I came up with this afternoon.
3 corn tortillas, torn into pieces
1 1/2 cups stock or broth…
Brenda’s note: This is a keeper! We were impressed with how nice the beans cooked, soft and perfect; easily mashed right in the pressure cooker when they’d finished cooking.
I made this simple soup last night and it was heavenly. Here’s what I did: I didn’t have leeks, so I substituted 2 chopped onions. I made up a mixture of Herbes de Provence following the recipe at the end, and at the very end, I pureed part of the soup using a hand-blender, trying to keep most of the carrot pieces intact. Also, I followed the regular directions, not the pressure cooker ones, because it was such a quick-cooking dish. Definitely a keeper.
Pressure cooking and stovetop instructions are included.
Use this handy chart to determine how long to pressure cook soaked and unsoaked beans
1 tsp cumin seed
1/4 tsp ground coriander…
This makes lots- enough to share and is wonderful.
1/2 to 1 C veg. stock
1 bay leaf…
2 leeks, diced
3 cloves garlic, minced…
2 teaspoons water
1 teaspoon finely minced garlic…
I adapted this recipe to remove the oil and cut down on the coconut milk, and I replaced the green beans the recipe called for with chickpeas. My family really loved this quick and easy, pressure-cooker dish.
- Vidalia Onion Stir-fry SauceWhile I was on vacation, I discovered a delicious stir-fry sauce that blends the sweetness of Vidalia onions from Georgia with Asian ginger. It’s a tantalizing fusion of Southern and Asian flavors, and my version doesn’t contain any sugar or thickeners. (...)Read the rest of Vidalia Onion Stir-fry Sauce (899 words) © svoisin for FatFree […]
- Food Dehydrator Love, Part 1: Slow Miracle Raw Low Fat Zucchini Bread BarsOne summer many years ago on Asbury Street when Mike was a teenager, I opened my front door to a couple of college students who introduced themselves as my neighbors from across the street. Two English majors: Peter and his girlfriend Jennifer. In fact they and their roommates were the first to call the yellow […]