Chili con Carne in Pressure Cooker

Yesterday we received our new pressure cooker. I don’t have the patience of not trying new gadgets and utilities so we gave it a try.  

We found a basic recipe on the big web. The result was good, not amazing, but good. I like the basic recipes​ as they give inspiration for the next cook. I’ll make sure to have some sun dried bell peppers and tomatoes next time. Not to mention cooking down the meat from a bone.

Here’s the link: https://thisoldgal.com/pressure-cooker-competition-chili-con-carne/

Is it necessary to use a pressure cooker? Not really. Will the tweaks make a difference? I’m quite sure about it. Here’s a pic of the result:

This is the first time I’ve used​ a pressure cooker after being inspired by all the food competitions on TV. It was remarkably easy to use. A good size for our family, even though it could be nice with a 8 l. Seems like good quality as well so it will for sure be used frequently.

I’ll follow up with a proper review on the  Tefal P2530738 Secure 5 Neo Autocuiseur 6 L later.

https://www.amazon.fr/dp/B00RHK1A8W/ref=cm_sw_r_other_apa_Wy.mzb7QZ3D5M
So today’s lunch is done. Siesta time before heading to Paris this afternoon.

Happy Sunday.

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Chicken Thighs in an Hour.

Every afternoon we’re chasing time. Playtime, park, dinner, bedtime, diaper changes and preparing for the next day. And, most of all trying to get a little time just being girlfriend and boyfriend.

Our time of unwinding is making food. We would love to have more time doing it together, but with a baby it’s close to mission impossible; She’s more into breasts than her father. Today it was my turn. After an hour and some terrible burns on the fingers this was the result:

And, it was a huge success. Our son ate everything on the plate and we got some quiet family time together over a nice meal. 

Using time on family and all the things which comes with it totally worth it!

BTW: Pat on the back, I do the dishes as well!

Recipes to follow.