Quick & Easy Pressure Cooker Cookbook Review

Quick & Easy Pressure Cooker Cookbook Review

Title: Quick and Easy Electric Pressure Cooker Cookbook: Delicious and Foolproof Recipes for Beginners
Author: Barbara Schieving
Published: January 24, 2022, New Shoe Press
No. of Pages: 144
Cover Price: $14.99 Hardcover, $11.99 Kindle

Barbara Shieving knows the pressure cooker, and she shares her knowledge in her latest excellent cookbook, Quick and Easy Electric Pressure Cooker Cookbook: Delicious and Foolproof Recipes for Beginners. No matter which brand of pressure cooker you own, this cookbook will help you put luscious meals on the table, whether you are a beginning cook or seasoned. It contains recipes that most people will want to cook. Most are fairly easy with minimal ingredients, so busy cooks can get out their pressure cooker and have a mouthwatering meal in 30 minutes or less.

The recipes are written in the traditional manner and are easy to follow. Most contain easy-to-find ingredients, and I found I had many of them on my pantry shelves, fridge, and freezer without having to go to the store before fixing dinner in my pressure cooker.
While there are beautiful photographs of many of the recipes, the cookbook could use more, especially when this cookbook is made especially for beginners. However, this is not a game changer; this is an excellent cookbook just the way it is. It contains great breakfast dishes, appetizers, soups, entrees, and a few desserts that work (I tried a couple and they were wonderful).
All told, this is another great cookbook and anyone interested in cooking in an electric pressure cooker should add it to their cookbook shelf. It will be used often and the recipes not only work well, but are worth serving.

Special thanks to NetGalley for supplying a review copy of this book.

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