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Pressure Cooker Chicken Broth

pressure cooker chicken broth
    pressure cooker
  • An airtight pot in which food can be cooked quickly under steam pressure
  • A highly stressful situation or assignment
  • autoclave for cooking at temperatures above the boiling point of water
  • Pressure cooking is a method of cooking in a sealed vessel that does not permit air or liquids to escape below a preset pressure.
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    chicken broth
  • is too acidic for the digestive system. This is true for canned, homemade, healthy versions, bullion cubes, and powders. However there are some great mock chicken broths which are sold in powdered form and generally can be found in health food stores, usually in the bulk food section.
  • a stock made with chicken
  • Broth is a liquid food preparation, typically consisting of either water or an already flavored stock, in which bones, meat, fish, cereal grains, or vegetables have been simmered. Broth is used as a basis for other edible liquids such as soup, gravy, or sauce.

Duck with Figs and Red Wine
Duck with Figs and Red Wine
It's not as pretty as the photo in the book, and I didn't have the suggested garnish, but it still tasted good. Maybe next time it'll be prettier. The recipe called for port, but I don't have port. I did have red wine though, and that worked fine. This is another pressure cooker recipe by the way, with a cooking time of only 20 minutes. It's somewhat difficult working with a deep pressure cooker when searing meat, and I was tempted to seal the duck in a separate pan, but then you don't get the lovely flavor when you deglaze the pot. Duck with Figs and Port *4 boneless duck breasts * 1 tbsp oil * 4 shallots, peeled and cut into wedges * ? cup ready to eat dried figs, chopped * 2/3 cup orange juice * 2/3 cup chicken stock * 3 tbsp port or ? cup red wine * salt and freshly ground pepper * 4 tbsp light cream, half and half, or milk Wipe duck breasts with paper towel and make 3 diagonal slashes across the fat side of each. Heat the oil in the open cooker then seal/sear the duck on all sides, browning the breasts. Remove from cooker and drain on paper towel. Add shallots to the oil/duck fat in the cooker and saute for 3 minutes. Drain off any excess oil and add the chopped figs. Return the duck to the cooker and pour the orange juice, broth, and port/red wine, and season to taste. Close the lid and bring to pressure. Cook for 12 to 15 minutes, depending on whether you like your duck medium rare or well done. Depressurize quickly and remove the duck, keeping it warm. Place the shallots, figs, and liquid into a blender or food processor and puree. Return to the cooker and add the cream, half and half, or milk. Adjust the seasoning then pour over the duck breasts. Serve garnished with fresh figs and parsley.
Monday's are for red beans and rice
Monday's are for red beans and rice
Start with an onion and bellpepper and celery (the holy trinity of Cajun cooking), toss in a pound of light kidney beans and cover by at least two inches with water. Add thyme and some bay leaves and cook in the pressure cooker about 30 minutes at high pressure or until beans are tender. Add a can of crushed tomatoes, season well with cajun spice mix, toss in some chopped green onions and parsley and simmer 2 or 3 minutes. Serve over hot cooked rice. This is also good with andouille sausage and you can sub chicken broth for water to make it more flavorful.

pressure cooker chicken broth
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