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Anyone use a pressure cooker on board?

Recipes, advice, appliances and more. Just because you might have a small galley doesn't mean you can't cook big!

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Re: Anyone use a pressure cooker on board?

Postby ka8uet » Mon Apr 18, 2016 10:26 pm

Robin, if you get really ambitious, you can also bake in a pressure cooker. Turns out nice and moist.


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Re: Anyone use a pressure cooker on board?

Postby Robin » Mon Apr 18, 2016 11:47 pm

I haven't tried bread but know it is possible and even have a recipe somewhere.

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Re: Anyone use a pressure cooker on board?

Postby ka8uet » Thu May 05, 2016 9:10 pm

Not yet, but I'm going to look at one this month. I'll be going down to Ft. Lauderdale for Memorial Day, and going to look at the boat on my way back. Keep fingers crossed! :D
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Re: Anyone use a pressure cooker on board?

Postby tex » Sun May 08, 2016 11:27 pm

ka8uet wrote:Source of the post Not yet, but I'm going to look at one this month. I'll be going down to Ft. Lauderdale for Memorial Day, and going to look at the boat on my way back. Keep fingers crossed! :D


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Re: Anyone use a pressure cooker on board?

Postby ka8uet » Sun Dec 18, 2016 12:37 am

Robin, there is also a forum on Facebook called Pressure Cooking on a Boat. As I mentioned, I expect that these will be for non-electric cookers. I've never seen an electric cooker, so perhaps they are a British thing and not over here.

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Re: Anyone use a pressure cooker on board?

Postby AdaBurton » Mon Jan 23, 2017 2:57 am

http://www.allkitchenfind.com/Electric-Pressure-Cooker/
I like using Pressure Cooker. It really saves a lot of time. It can be used to whip up a nutritious and tasty one-pot meal in mere minutes.

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Re: Anyone use a pressure cooker on board?

Postby diannae » Mon Sep 04, 2017 9:39 pm

Just like everyone here on this forum I love to cook in a slow cooker. These slow cookers get ready dinners while you're out doing what needs to be done.

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Re: Anyone use a pressure cooker on board?

Postby Robin » Mon Sep 04, 2017 11:19 pm

diannae wrote:Source of the post Just like everyone here on this forum I love to cook in a slow cooker. These slow cookers get ready dinners while you're out doing what needs to be done.


They do however need power whereas a stovetop pressure cooker can be used on a propane stove, also works as a good closed top pan in rough weather not pressurised as well as being a good sized pot for cooking a decent lobster. :D
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