Make sure that the opening does not taper – you want to be able to get the bread out, right?!?Don’t overlook square or rectangular containers in your kitchen (or galley). Even if your container comes with a heat-safe lid always cover it with foil, instead.
We recommend quickly sauteing a few slices in a frying pan or scorching them on a grill, as we did with this recipe, for a satisfying crunch.
Per a reader request, we tested this recipe with an all-purpose gluten-free flour mix.
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Too much food could block the pressure valve while too little liquid can permanently damage the cooker’s metal, bakelite and silicone fittings.
Here’s everything you need to know to keep your pressure cooker on the level and dinner coming.
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The pressure cooker is a lean, mean, steaming machine so the focus went immediately to steamed breads. All steamed bread recipes call for a 1 pound coffee can.