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Quick-and-easy vegan recipes, pressure cooker convenience.
The Vegan Electric Pressure Cooker Cookbook is for anyone who’s interested in healthy and delicious plant-based recipes―but a little intimidated by vegan cooking. It will show you how to sidestep the complicated parts and easily create a wide variety of vegan dishes with just 5 main ingredients and the convenience of your electric pressure cooker.
These recipes are fast and simple with easy-to-follow instructions―whether you’re new to veganism, new to pressure cookers, or an old pro at both. Discover basic starter guides, safety tips, and more that will have you dishing up delights in no time.
The Vegan Electric Pressure Cooker Cookbook offers:
- Sections to savor―The chapters are organized into grains, beans and legumes, soups and stews, pasta, veggies, desserts, and dishes for special occasions.
- Pressure-cooking perfection―Learn the common misconceptions and beginner’s basics with this electric pressure cooker cookbook. It’s so much easier than you think.
- Food in a flash―Did you know that electric pressure cooker cookbook recipes can be prepared in about half the time of stovetop cooking?
- Enough for everyone―Conversion charts make it easy to change these 6-quart pressure cooker recipes into recipes for 8- or 12-quart pressure cookers.
Plant-based eating is now practical, easy, and fun with The Vegan Electric Pressure Cooker Cookbook.
From the Publisher
SAMPLE RECIPE: Lavender-Peach Iced Tea
Makes 8 cups • Prep time: 5 minutes • Cooking setting: High Pressure, 4 minutes • Release: Natural • Total time: 25 minutes
Get ready for summer picnics and cookouts with this full-bodied iced tea—without any bitterness from longer steep times. It’s easy to make—and also easy to change up the fruit flavor. Try frozen mango, blackberries, raspberries, or any other fruit you enjoy. Keep this thirst-quenching drink on hand to help you stay hydrated, or take it to work in a reusable bottle for an affordable lunch or afternoon drink. Serve with lemon wedges, if you like.
1. In your electric pressure cooker, combine the peaches, tea, lavender, lemon juice, and water. Close and lock the lid and ensure the pressure valve is sealed, then select High Pressure and set the time for 4 minutes.
2. Once the cook time is complete, let the pressure release naturally, about 15 minutes.
3. Once all the pressure has released, carefully unlock and remove the lid. Stir in the sugar (if using).
4. Let cool before straining and transferring to a pitcher. Keep refrigerated and add ice to serve
PER SERVING (1 cup) Calories: 17; Total fat: 0g; Protein: 0g; Sodium: 0mg; Fiber: 0g
Variation tip: No lavender? No worries. This tea is delicious even without it.
1 cup chopped fresh or frozen peaches
6 black tea bags or 2 tablespoons loose black tea in a sealed pouch
1/2 teaspoon dried culinary-grade lavender
2 tablespoons freshly squeezed lemon juice
8 cups water
2 to 4 tablespoons unrefined sugar or pure maple syrup (optional)