Make this lemon, artichoke and shrimp risotto in the pressure cooker or on the stovetop. It's easy, with a can of artichoke hearts from the pantry.
Make this hearty chicken barley soup in a pressure cooker or on the stovetop. It freezes well, so you can have some on hand for quick lunches after a day of snow shoveling.
The difference between fresh-cooked and canned chickpeas is like night and day. Try this recipe using chickpeas made in the pressure cooker: fast, easy, fresh, with a robust flavoring from gremolata and olives.
There's nothing more comforting than a steaming bowl of split pea soup on a cold day. Make it fast and easy in the pressure cooker!
Make this classic of all classics, risotto alla Milanese, on the stove or in the pressure cooker. It uses just a handful of ingredients: rice, cheese, broth.
Make this hearty white bean, sausage and kale soup ahead, and stash it in the freezer for quick and easy weeknight dinners.
Whatever you call the color, you will definitely call this risotto a beet lover's dream. Roasted beets and goat cheese add natural sweetness.