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Pressuring with liquid

Hi Everyone, What’s Cooking is a series in which I answer questions and share advice about food and cooking that you may have but are too shy to ask.

Have you ever cooked a stew, soup, or curry in a pressure cooker only to open the pot, the meat and other ingredients are perfectly cooked, but you find (as we say in Guyanese parlance), a whole set of long water? And then you have to let the liquid dry down, by which time, everything is so overcooked that it starts to fall apart and melt? If you answered yes, that is the topic of discussion today.…to continue reading this article, please subscribe.  Already a subscriber ? Sign In

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