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Pressure Cooker

Pressure Cooker





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  1. Yay, I just realised you have an instant pot. I just got mine. Loved your recipes before, even more so now. Thank you.

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    1. Hi Cath,
      So nice to know you've got an instant pot too. Thanks for your love of my recipes. Welcome you to come back for more.

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  2. HI Christine, really love your ox tail in red wine sauce, I try to use pressure cook to do the same recipe, but didn't come out well, the sauce is too watery and not rich enough, I wish that you can modify in pressure cooker version. I recently bought the same Instant pot as yours, look forward to have more pressure cooker recipe.

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    1. Oh, your comment reminds me that I haven't try cooking ox tail with my IP. Got to get some time to run a test.

      Thanks for your dropping by and patience.


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  3. Hi Christine, I love all the recipes with Chinese ingredients such as mui coi and lotus root. I am from HK and I have a book from Taiwan on 电锅 (the kind of rice cooker from Taiwan, such as TaiTung) recipes. Time is based on the amount of water you put in the outer pot. Do you have a recommendation of how to convert the water measurement to timing? Also, is there a way to convert that into Instant Pot timing? Thanks very much.

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    1. Unfortunately, there's no magic way to convert Instant Pot timing to TaiTung cooker. You need to make the same dish with these two different cookers and then record the cooking time. But I don't have a TaiTung cooker. So can't help, sorry.

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