I Need a Pressure Cooker

A few hours ago, I was cooking pork sinigang for dinner. When I cook pork sinigang, as my mother taught me, I will usually boil the meat for at least 30 minutes (and can reach up to an hour, depending on the meat) to soften the meat. When the meat has soften a bit, that's when I add the sliced tomatoes and onion and leave it to boil some more. After everything has cooked, I'll add the sinigang mix & other vegetables and cook some more! :D

The stove in our apartment is an electric induction cooker, and I realized then that our electricity bill will surely be higher than expected everytime I cook meat! So now, I'm thinking of buying a presssure cooker. I am now searching for a few pressure cookers online. But the thing is... I don't know how to use one. I'm scared that in the middle of my cooking, it might explode or something! hihihi!

So for now.... it's still a thought. 75% possibility :D

1 comments:

elle pee October 5, 2010 at 1:28 PM  

Don't worry... buying and using a pressure cooker will not be one of your mishaps. Many of them have three or more redundant safety systems (locking lid when under pressure, pressure release valve, back-up valve, ect.) that keep modern pressure cookers from exploding.

More information here:
http://www.hippressurecooking.com/p/how-pressure-cookers-work.html

Best of luck with your purchase!

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