Thursday, May 3, 2012

Pressure Cooking

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Lindsay over at theLeanGreen peaked my curiosity when she posted about making, preparing, and freezing beans after she cooked them in her pressure cooker.  I researched the concept and pretty much came to the conclusion I had to have this in my kitchen, and "Pressy" and I are like this....

 Isn't she pretty.  First meal cooked...pork loin....

In the first picture the pork loin is browning a bit first, and then all I had to do, put some liquid in the bottom, lock the top, and presto, bamo, kazam, 20 minutes later(while we were playing outside) we had a juicy, tender pork loin waiting for us. (I don't really eat meat, except for chicken and fish, just doesn't work with my stomach , but I sampled and thought it was so good.)

I have only started on my pressure cooking journey. On the list.... black beans to cook and freeze.... and chicken breasts in for Sunday meal prep. I will be documenting more of my pressurized journey and recipes so stay tuned! 


My son's plate....I love that he just piles the lettuce and vegetables on his plate #fitfluential 5 year old

F.Y.I...I went with the Cuisinart because of the timing feature on it, and the ease of which it operates..and it helped that I also had a gift card and a coupon for our local outlet mall store...

Marinade Recipe for Pork Loin
1/4 c. ground mustard
2 tsp. curry
2 cloves garlic, minced
1/4 tsp. cinnamon
Combine first 4 ingredients. Coat the tenderloin with mixture. Cover and refrigerate overnight.



Do you cook with a pressure cooker?  What are some of your favorite recipes?