pressure cook

pressure cook

To cook food using steam under pressure in a special sealable pot.
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Close the lid of the pressure cooker and pressure cook on a high flame for one whistle.
To pressure cook: Lock lid in place and close pressure release valve.
Turn off the saute function, put the lid on the cooker, and pressure cook at 10 psi for 15 minutes.
Don't you dare call it a pressure cookerthough pressure cook it does, it is to the hissing and explosive stovetop pots of old what the iPhone was to its rotary predecessor, an improvement so dramatic that you wonder how we'd ever done it otherwise.
He appeared on the first season of Hell's Kitchen and hosted the series Pressure Cook on MOJO HD.
We're still working on said time machine -- and building it to look like a Delorean -- but in the meantime, SlickText, a marketing company that specializes in texting campaigns, put together a cool infographic with nine phrases that "pressure cook" problems.
Yet after the captain's response, he appeared full of admiration - tweeting: "Under the amount of pressure Cook was under that was quite brilliant!
Atlanta, USA-based carrier Delta Air Lines (NYSE: DAL) said it is partnering with US lifestyle brand Food & Wine to create an original culinary competition video series called "The Cabin Pressure Cook Off" to find its newest chef.
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In my area, because it is meat-based, I pressure cook it for 90 minutes at 10 lbs.
COOL TO TOUCH MICR0WAVEABLE READY MEAL POUCHES: a packaging solution that enables product to automatically pressure cook for a short time before final steam cooking.