300 Vintage Pressure Cooker Recipes (ebook)

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300 Vintage Pressure Cooker Recipes (ebook)
Need some dinner ideas? Help is here! Inside this cookbook, find hundreds of delicious vintage pressure cooker recipes for chicken, beef, pork, lamb, as well as soups, side dishes and desserts.

Need some dinner ideas? Help is here! Inside this cookbook, find hundreds of delicious vintage pressure cooker recipes for chicken, beef, pork, lamb – including roasts, casseroles and stews – as well as soups, side dishes and desserts.

We carefully sifted through thousands of resources to rediscover these classic menu ideas and methods, so there’s no other book out like this.

The authentic time-honored recipes on the pages within come from 150 different newspapers and other vintage publications from the 1940s, 1950s, 1960s & 1970s. They’re all sorted by category and then organized by type – and there’s a full index at the start of this book.

Most of the recipes featured in this pressure cooker cookbook are for dishes as popular today as ever – but we also left in a couple of super-dated favorites just for fun. (If you’re brave enough to make the Jellied Ribbon Meat Loaf, let us know how it turns out!)

Now that you have this book handy, you can use the recipes in this collection in a manual stovetop pressure cooker, or adapt them to use in your Instant Pot or another electric pressure cooker. Best of all, you can let them inspire your own creations!


300 Vintage Pressure Cooker Recipes: Dozens of Delicious Recipes for Chicken, Beef, Pork, Lamb, Plus Side Dishes & Desserts to Use As-Is or Adapt for Your Instant Pot is available in ebook format only

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