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Old 10-02-2018, 11:13 AM
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I have recently (well 2 years ago) came across this Facebook group which teaches pressure cooking. I know pressure cooking is not a new concept, what is new is that this particular technique focuses on layering things in cooker in such a way that it maximises the flavour, preserves the nutrients and also is much faster than the conventional open pot cooking. The technique is called OPOS (One Pot One Shot) developed by Chef Ramakrishnan. I must add, I am very impressed and been cooking a lot of recipes this way.

I am not referring to electric Instant pot cooking. Below is the whistle type cooker I am talking about.

Simple Beans stir fry:

In this 2L cooker, add exactly in the same order:

L1. 1 tsp oil
L2. 1/4Cup water
L3. 2 cups chopped beans
L4. add a little salt and pepper

switch the stove one, place the whistle on the cooker and cook on high for 2 whistles. Release pressure manually. This takes me 4 mins for perfectly cooked beans.

Exact same things for carrots too.
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