Have you ever had a piece of meat that you knew would be tough? Have you needed to put on a meal with a short time to prepare it? Both of these could be helped by the practical use of the pressure cooker.
Many bridal registries these days may show requests for slow cookers, microwave ovens or cookware, but probably not many young couples indicate a need for a pressure cooker.
It is unfortunate that this tool has fallen into disuse. Granted, it can be dangerous if used without proper instruction, but then, so can an automobile.
I have tried to cook old hens, which are too tough to use for anything but soup, in a pressure cooker. Instead of stringy tough meat, out comes tasty meat…tender, like tuna.
Did you know that with a pressure cooker cooking takes 1/3 the regular amount of time to prepare?
I have a favorite recipe I make with the pressure cooker. It is called Porcupine Meatballs. It is made with hamburger, raw rice and tomato soup, water and some spice. The meatballs cook in about 15 minutes. They are fully cooked and the rice is soft. It is yummy!
Maybe this tool would help you. Think about it. It could become a most practical tool in your kitchen.