with Bruce Weinstein & Mark Scarbrough
Online Class

Make the Most of Your Pressure Cooker

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Enjoy meals so delicious, everyone will be begging for your secrets! Best-selling cookbook authors Bruce Weinstein and Mark Scarbrough show you how. Start by cooking chicken in a pressure cooker for a satisfying two-step noodle soup. Then, learn how to cook your best beans yet in a cannellini soup that's sure to be a new go-to dish. Tackle whole grains with ease as you make wheat berry, Asian-inspired larb wraps and a creamy butternut squash risotto that's surprisingly hands-off. Up next, find out how to cook large cuts of meat for crave-worthy pulled pork, and turn a Sunday pot roast into an easy weeknight meal. Looking for the ultimate grown-up comfort food? Fall in love with a cheesy meatball casserole you won't be able to get enough of. Finally, enjoy a sweet finish to your class and your meal with pressure cooker cheesecake and pots de crème.


  • intermediate
  • 8 episodes
  • 2h25m

Included in this Class

1. Pressure Cooker Basics

1. Pressure Cooker Basics

Start by learning the benefits of working with a pressure cooker, such as increased moisture retention, quicker cooking and a variety of textures, from tender meat to al dente vegetables. You'll also get an introduction to the two types of cookers, stovetop and electric, and the different release types, quick and natural.

2. Comforting Soups

2. Comforting Soups

Brown proteins like a pro! Get a perfect sear on your chicken, then create a two-step chicken noodle soup. See how to create a creamy cauliflower soup that can only be achieved in a pressure cooker. You'll even get the inside scoop on choosing the right broth.

3. Quick Bean Dishes

3. Quick Bean Dishes

Many people buy pressure cookers to cook beans. Pressure cookers make cooking faster, give beans an even texture, and reduce that pesky foaming. Use your beans to make a hearty cannellini bean soup.

Recommended with this class

  • Electric or stovetop pressure cooker
  • Standard kitchen implements: pots, pans, baking dishes, mixing bowls, measuring cups and spoons, heat-proof spatula, whisk