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The pressure cooker can be used to prepare an entire meal at one time. By using the cooking rack to keep certain foods out of the cooking liquid, each food will retain its individual flavor. Some foods, such as custards and puddings, can be cooked in individual containers, such as custard cups, and set on the cooking rack.

When planning a Meal-in-One, select foods which require the same cooking time. The size of food pieces will affect the cooking time. For instance, 1/2 inch slices of potato cook in 3 minutes, while 3/4 inch slices of potato take 5 minutes. You can adjust cooking times by cutting your foods into larger or smaller pieces.

Use this sheet to plan a Meal-in-One which can be cooked in the pressure cooker. Choose at least three different foods. Consult the recipe booklet for ideas and for information on the cooking times of various foods.

Write your menu in the space provided.

Cooking Time:


What special adjustments will you make so that the entire meal is cooked properly?

Outline the steps in preparing your Meal-in-One (use the reverse side if necessary):

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