Taking care of my family is a number one priority. One of the ways I care for them is by creating amazing meals. I love to cook those amazing meals and I take great pride in the time I put into them, but the time can take a toll. Three kids all involved in some activity, weekends with friends, serving with church, and a husband who travels creates a very hectic schedule. With all of that I am not one to skimp on meals and or breakdown and get fast food or takeout. Slow cookers are great if I planned ahead, but sometimes I just forgot to pre-plan resulting in last minute scrambling for meal prep. My life saver has been the Fagor Cayenne Pressure cooker, this awesome kitchen tool cuts cooking time for hours into mere minutes.
The Cayenne pressure cooker spices up my kitchen in the gorgeous red. Made of durable stainless steel, equipped with a veggie steamer basket and convenient cook book to get you started on your culinary adventures. Pot roast will never be the same again as you slave and wait hours for the roast to cook; in less than an hour your entire meal is complete and table ready.
Pressure cookers are great, old fashioned green technology. Good old stainless steel, no coatings or plastics. Energy is saved as pressure cookers are able cook an entire meal, dessert, whatever you wish, in a fraction of the time.
Fagor’s mission is to use resources efficiently and preserve the environment by developing quality products that consume less energy and water. Fagor is a notable partner in the Energy Star program. Fagor has manufacturing systems established to minimize environmental impact on soil, water, and air during the production process. There is also proper waste management and recycling procedures in place after manufacturing process is completed.
The 6-quart pressure cooker has a 10-inch diameter base for better browning and searing, a max fill line to notify you when you have reached capacity, two pressure settings: 2 for 15 psi and 1 for 8 psi of cooking pressure, a self-locking mechanism safely secures the pressure cooker, and an easy, automatic pressure release setting.
One of my favorite recipes and one you might not believe or think to make in a pressure cooker is cheesecake. Yes, you read that correctly, cheesecake!
Simply wrap foil in the basket and sprinkle with bread or cookie crumbs.(1 TBSP butter and 4 TBSP cookie or bread crumbs)
Blend together the following ingredients:
2 – 8 ounce packages of cream cheese
3/4 c. of sugar
1/4 c heavy cream
2 tsp vanilla
2 tsp grated lemon zest (or 1/4 tsp lemon juice)
2 TBSP flour
6 TBSP sour cream
2 eggs and 2 egg yolks
2 c. water
Pour water into the cooker. Pour the mixed ingredients into the basket and lower into the cooker. Close the lid, bring to pressure and cook; then let the pressure lower naturally. (Cook for 30 minutes on High pressure or 56 minutes on Low pressure.) Once the pressure is lowered, remove the lid and take out the cheese cake, loosen the foil, cool and then chill overnight. Serve with fresh fruit or preserves.
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24 Replies to “Cayenne Pressure Cooker Giveaway”
I would make a beef stew.
I would use it to cook pork chops.
I would make baked beans! I`ve always wanted a pressure cooker,,great giveaway,thanks!
I would use this for stuffed cabbages. My mum would make those once in a while and they were fantastic! Also, making carrots are great in these cookers
I would make daal.
I would love to make a pulled pork sandwich with my pressure cooker.
I would cook meat and potatoes.
smoke neck and cabbage
I would make beans.
I would make some delicious venison stew.
I would use this to make stews where you have to cook the meat for hours on end. I just bought pork neck bones and this would be perfect to tenderize the meat in a short amount of time.
I grew up with my mom making lots of things in her pressure cooker. It would be fun to make the chow mein she always made! Blast from my past!
We use an Old Ancient Slow Cooker and we hae no problem making Slow Cooked Split Pea/Ham Soup and Slow Cooked Chicken Noodle
I would make a pot of collard greens and ham for new years.
When I think about pressure cookers, my mine goes back to when my dad was alive. He use to make a hungarian goulash that was out of this world in a pressure cooker. That would be the first thing I would make in a pressure cooker if I had one. I would invite family over to enjoy it and share stories of my dad.
I would love to cook short ribs in this pressure cooker, they would be so tasty and quick
I would make beef and barley soup.
I would make split pea soup in a jiff!
I would use this for canning my garden veggies. I would also make pinto beans in this.
i would make stuffed peppers stew ham and cabbage and some experiments
My idea of Christmas, whether old-fashioned or modern, is very simple: loving others. Come to think of it, why do we have to wait for Christmas to do that?
I would make a pot roast.
The speed of cooking would be so great for those evenings when we have obligations but we don’t want to grab fast food.