I recently got a new Phillips pressure cooker and find it so useful especially when it comes to cooking high protein beans for my little girl. Today I tried on chick peas, which usually take “ages” to soften.
Chick peas, soaked overnight
Dhal or lentils, soaked overnight
1 tsp Turmeric powder
Some coriander seeds
1 tbsp liquid amino (you can omit)
Under ‘bake vege’ mode, stir fry onion, garlic, tomato and carrot in olive oil until fragrant. Add the under ingredients. Then ‘stop’ and change mode to ‘beans’. Done in 30 minutes! Came out perfect!
*I am not a promoter for the pressure cooker and so won’t be answering any queries on it. Thanks! I bet it works in any brand pressure cooker!
All cooked with my pressure cooker today!
1. Chick peas and dhal (or lentils)
2. Celery rice (white grains, brown grains, olive oil, celery, ginger, water) – use bake vege mode to stir before putting on rice mode
3. Stir fry sawi – using bake vege mode
4. Bake honey and apple pork chop – use bake chop mode (marinate – honey, pepper, egg, diced apple, corn flour, liquid amino)