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Trial Run before Cooking In Pressure Cooker

Dec 03,2014
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1-Two-Step Cooking - All in One Pot
  • Because many slow-cooker recipes require a two-step process-- browning/searing meat on the stove top before slow cooking to seal in flavors, often times you end up with more than one dirty pot to scrub clean.
  • For the ultimate one-pot solution, the Crock-Pot® brand designed a stove top-safe pot that...
Nov 20,2014
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  • Remove label and wash the cooker. Take off any adhesive using baby or vegetable oil. Check the instruction manual, identify the parts, and put them together.
  • Place the pressure regulator on the steam vent. Put on the sealing ring to the lid curl. Close and open the pressure cooker a couple of times to see if it sits perfectly every time.
  • Pour 2 cups water in the cooker. Add 1 teaspoon ...
Nov 15,2014
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Even if you have used a pressure cooker previously, take a trial run before cooking in your kitchen. This section will take you step-by-step through your trial run in about 30 minutes.
Remove label and wash cooker, removing any adhesive with baby or vegetable oil. Read The benefits of Pressure c...