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Pressure Cooker for Meat

You can cook almost anything in a pressure cooker - from meat and entrees to rice, potatoes and a variety of vegetables to dessert. Better yet, pressure cooking allows you to prepare your food 70 percent faster than the traditional cooking method on average, meaning you save not only valuable time but also energy. Looking for the best pressure cooker for canning meat? Join millions of others and get pressure cooking meat today!


This sealed cooker creates a high-pressure environment that allows you to quickly and effectively steam anything inside at super-high temperatures. This method also allows moisture to enter the food quickly. That's why things like stews and curries are so perfect in a pressure cooker - all of the moisture makes for saucy, extra-tender, succulent results.

Tips for Pressure Cooking Meat and Poultry

Since conventional cooking methods usually take a lot of time to cook a lot of meat, you will be surprised and happy to find that they cook so fast in a pressure cooker of stainless steel.


If you follow these tips, your pressure-cooked meat and poultry will be delicious every time: Always pat the meat and poultry dry before seasoning with salt and freshly ground black pepper. Unless otherwise stated in the recipe, fry the meat and poultry in hot oil to brown for the best flavor and texture.


Poultry can be prepared with or without the skin.


Harder, cheaper pieces of meat are more suitable for cooking in a pressure cooker, as cooking under pressure breaks down the fiber, resulting in a fork-shaped tenderness. Most roasts should be sliced. Before cutting, be sure to leave the cooked roast and the entire poultry to rest for 10 to 15 minutes. Most roast meats should be thinly sliced against the grain.

Suggested Pressure-Cooker Cooking Times

The pressure cooker reaches high pressure at the beginning of the recommended cooking time. Always adjust the pressure cooker to high temperature and pressure, then lower the temperature to stabilize the pressure according to the type of stovetop pressure cooker you use (we also have high-quality stovetop pressure cookers for sale). Always start with the shortest cooking time; you can cook under pressure for a few more minutes until you get the texture you want.


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