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    Warming, invigorating and spicy: chicken broth is a tasty culinary classic, and – especially in the cold season – real well-being food. Scientists have even found that it helps relieve colds and has an anti-inflammatory effect. But many are afraid of making it from scratch – too complicated, too time-consuming. We have an answer, a recipe that is fast and easy, thanks to a pressure cooker. Ingredients for homemade chicken broth: ● a whole soup chicken ● a bunch of greens ● an onion ● a bunch of smooth parsley ● two bay leaves ● whole peppercorns ● a clove ● salt Rinse the chicken thoroughly inside and out, and place in a large pressure cooker. Add the cleaned and cut greens, as well as the parsley, salt and spices and water, so that everything is lightly covered. Close the pressure cooker according to the instructions, place the cooking crown in the lid on level 2 (fast cooking), and bring to a boil with full heat. As soon as the yellow ring becomes visible, reduce the heat. When th
    Pumpkin season is in full swing and now is the time to enjoy the flavor of these colorful vegetables. Pumpkins and gourds are considered to be a low allergen food and easily digestible pulp, making it ideal people with intolerances, babies and toddlers. Our Mini Pumpkin recipe take these simple and seasonal ingredients, along with chestnuts, and is cooked quickly and easily in a pressure cooker. We used the delicious Butternut and Hokkaido gourds for their nutty-buttery aromas and the addition of chestnuts for sweet
    Spanish cuisine is as colorful as their culture. Cooking and eating together are important parts of the Spanish way of life, and those who’ve visited this beautiful country know that their famous paella is a must! Our pressure cooker makes cooking this paella fast and easy, and it also preserves nutritional value and conserves energy. Ingredients: 2 tbsp olive oil 1 small onion, finely diced 1 garlic clove, chopped ½ cup risotto rice 1 ¼ cup vegetable broth 1 small red pepper, diced ¼ cup peas (frozen) 1 chicken breas
    You don’t need a grill to make delicious ribs. Use the pressure cooker and the oven to create tender spare ribs that will leave people wanting more! We love the pressure cooker because it makes complicated and time-consuming recipes easy and quick. It also cuts down the cooking time, keeping meat tender, juicy and tasty. For this recipe, we’ll cook the spare ribs in the pressure cooker before placing them in the oven for just a few minutes to make them crispy. Then we’ll drizzle over a savory sauce - al