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Indian Pressure Cooker Recipes

By October 28, 2012

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Pressure CookerThe raised pressure and temperature inside a closed pressure cooker means the food in it cooks faster (usually 1/3 the time) and more evenly than in an open pot. You save time and conserve the precious nutrients in the food which could otherwise be lost by overcooking. Perfect for cooking a quick yet nutritious meal!

Lots of Indian foods are cooked in a pressure cooker, so you'll never regret buying one. What's more is, you can choose from a range that includes the simple-with-no-frills pressure cookers to those with all the bells and whistles on!

Already have a pressure cooker? Try my Pressure Cooker Recipes.

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