Top Rated Pressure Cooker Recipes

Smoky Chickpea Burgers
Chickpeas seasoned with cayenne and chili powder and complemented by slices of tangy onion and creamy avocado. Liquid smoke lends its quintessential BBQ flavor so these bean burgers are equally delicious grilled outdoors at your next potluck or inside in the comfort of your own kitchen. This recipe comes to us from JL of JL Goes Vegan. Click here for Meatless Monday Summer Grilling Tips.
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Beer-and-Mustard Pulled Turkey
Make this simple pulled turkey recipe in a pressure cooker and it’ll be ready to serve in under an hour. Serve the turkey, infused with mustard and beer, in a sandwich, or on tortillas for a Latin flair. Recipe courtesy of The Great Big Pressure Cooker Book.
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Stuffed Flank Steak with Bacon and Pickles
This isn’t your average flank steak recipe. Use bacon and pickles to add tons of flavor and retain moisture as the steak cooks in a pressure cooker. Recipe courtesy of The Great Big Pressure Cooker Book.
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4.5

Collard Greens in a Spicy Tomato Sauce
Normally, collard greens require long cooking times to soften. Make them in a pressure cooker and they’ll be ready in about 10 minutes. You can serve the greens as a side dish for hearty mains like pork chops, or toss this dish with pasta for a vegetarian meal. Recipe courtesy of The Great Big Pressure Cooker Book.
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Pressure-rendered chicken fat adds flavor as it drips into your heat source and rises back up as smoke.
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Pulled Pork
Pulled pork barbecue is one of life’s simple pleasures — fork-tender meat bathed in barbecue sauce and served on a soft roll with a side of slaw. The idea of making pulled pork instead of buying it at your local BBQ joint may not have occurred to you. But pulled pork is so simple to make in your pressure cooker and it takes only forty-five minutes. The beauty of making it at home is that you can serve several different barbecue sauces to complement the meat. We love it Alabama style. 
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Bacony Bread Pudding
Sweet and rich bread pudding gets a hit of savory flavor from bacon in this simple pressure cooker recipe. Recipe courtesy of The Great Big Pressure Cooker Book.
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Posole
Posole is a Mexican stew made with pork and hominy in a rich, flavorful broth. A pressure cooker cooks the pork quickly, intensifies its flavor, and makes it meltingly tender. However, you can just as easily simmer it away in a heavy pot for a few hours if you prefer. Everyone can enjoy customizing their bowls with the assortment of accompaniments. — Curtis Stone, Good Food, Good Life.
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Ras el Hanout Braised Chicken Legs
Ras el hanout is a popular spice mix from North Africa. It is typically rubbed onto fish, meats, and vegetables. The spice blend serves a similar  purpose as garam masala in India, and can also be stirred into rice dishes for flavor. The spices are often blended by hand, and include cardamom, cinnamon, clove, cumin, nutmeg, mace, allspice, ginger, tumeric, chile powder, and fenugreek.Here the spice mixture is rubbed onto bone-in chicken legs before being browned in duck fat and butter, and braised in chicken stock and wine.This recipe is by Alex Xu of Baoism is shared courtesy of the SideChef app.
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Let me start this post off by saying the pressure cooker is the greatest kitchen invention ever – EVER.  I took this brisket down to 45 minutes and it’s fall apart tender, melt in your mouth juicy, and the most addictive, amazing brisket I have ever had.  I wish you had smell-o-vision right now because my house smells so wonderful, I just feel bad for my dogs wondering what the heck is so heavenly that’s happening on my countertop.  And all you folks out there who were looking for that perfect dish to impress someone special – you found it!
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Garlicky Chicken Pressure Cooker Stew
Ah, the wonders of pressure cooking — in a mere 20 minutes from start to finish (including cooking time) you can make a big batch of homemade chicken stew that's piping hot and ready to eat. What's more, the stew also includes items like lentils, brown rice, and potatoes, which normally take about an hour to break down. Plus, with minimal prep work involved, this recipe will make you seem like a superhuman who can get it all done with time to spare. 
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This recipe was developed for a pressure cooker, but I've written it here in its conventional form, seeing as a pressure cooker is not a cooking appliance that many people have on hand. If you are one of the lucky ones to own a pressure cooker, follow the recipe exactly as you would but refer to your pressure cooker's manual for cooking time and temperature. 
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