On-screen cooking gurus make everything look nauseatingly easy.
Food vloggers speed up a 20-step recipe into an Instagram video and make it look as simple as microwaved ramenAntoni from Queer Eye is like, “Here, person with no cooking experience, let’s whip up some pork tenderloin canapés over a fire on this casual Tuesday night.”
But attempting an intricate recipe doesn’t have to be as intimidating as we make it out to be. Not with a pressure cooker.
Instead of hoarding a separate countertop appliance for every different cooking method you may need, these multifaceted devices tackle functions from sautéing, to broiling, to cooking a pot roast in half the time (often even less) than a traditional slow cooker requires. Read more…