I received a Power Pressure Cooker XL to try out. I created the recipe and all opinions are mine.
The new, easy-to-use Power Pressure Cooker XL™ from TriStar Products is a kitchen must-have. You can prepare tasty meals while spending less time in the kitchen.
Here are some highlights:
- Traditionally slow-cooked meals are ready 70% faster than conventional methods
- Lock in nutrients and vitamins
- Meats and seafood with intense flavor without added fat
- Tender, crisp vegetables with intact fiber
- Cheaper cuts of meat transformed into juicy perfection
Power Pressure Cooker XL™ also comes equipped with an intuitive one-touch setting designed for a variety of foods. Meat, fish, vegetables, beans, rice, soup or stews can all quickly be cooked to perfection without even thinking about it!
I have used it for canning peach jam and I use it to make rice all the time! It’s a one-stop all-in-one kitchen machine! It’s electronic, so you don’t use it on the stove like the pressure cooker you may know.
Available in 6 quart ($99.99), 8 quart ($129.96) and 10 quart ($159.93) models, Power Pressure Cooker XL™ can be purchased at powerpressurecooker.com, as well as through select national retail stores and websites.
I’ve added it to my Summer Product Guide! It’s perfect for easy summer meals without heating up the kitchen!
And now for the recipe! This Pressure Cooker Potato Soup was simple and easy to make. Both of my kids really liked it. My picky 11 year old talked about it the next day!
- 3 Lbs. of Yukon Gold Potatoes, peeled and cut into small cubes
- 1 Med. Onion, chopped
- 3½ C. Chicken Broth (1/2 cup reserved)
- 3 C. Milk
- 1 tsp garlic powder
- 2 tsp dried parsley
- 1 tsp salt
- 1 tsp pepper
- 1 Tbs corn starch
- Turn on the Power Pressure Cooker XL™ to the soup/stew setting and keep the top off.
- It will turn on and begin to get hot.
- Add oil and garlic, and cook for about 2 minutes, stirring occasionally.
- Add potatoes, milk, chicken broth (reserving ½ cup), garlic powder, dried parsley, salt and pepper.
- Put the lid on properly, following directions, and reset the Power Pressure Cooker XL™ to soup/stew and add minutes until it reaches 15.
- When it's done it will beep.
- Release steam
- Use a hand/immersion blender (one that's made to be used on hot foods.) until smooth.
- Mix corn starch to reserved ½ C chicken broth. Add to soup. Add cheese and mix.
Do you have a pressure cooker? What’s your favorite recipe?