Gourmia Pressure Cooker Recipes
The Gourmia pressure cooker is a popular pressure cooker that can help you whip up great recipes with minimal work involved. The Gourmia pressure cooker can be used to make appetizers, lunch dishes, dinners, desserts, and everything in between. The following are 2 delicious Gourmia pressure cooker recipes you should try out.
1. Honey Glazed Vegetables
This rich vegetable dish provides a combination of slight crunch, sweetness, and a tangy flavor. It makes for an ideal side dish or a hearty vegetarian dish when served with larger portions.
- 20 carrots, peeled; sliced into coins
- 1 sweet potato, peeled and chopped
- Cauliflower (appx. 1/2 whole head); chopped into florets
- 2 Tbsp honey
- 2 Tbsp butter
- 1 Tsp balsamic vinegar
- Salt and pepper to taste
- First, take your cauliflower florets and add them to your Gourmia pressure cooker.
- Then add in your sliced carrots and mix well.
- Finally, add in your sweet potato and mix it again.
- Add water until it just covers the vegetables; or about 3 cups.
- Lock the Gourmia pressure cooker lid and set the pressure gauge to the “Airtight” mode.
- Cook for 3 minutes total, then release the pressure gauge using the quick release function. You can do this by carefully using a utensil to move the setting to “Exhaust.” Watch for steam while you do this, as the steam will be hot.
- Remove your vegetables from the Gourmia pressure cooker and drain them until the water has drained out.
- Then set the pressure cooker to “saute mode.”
- Melt your 2 Tbsp butter, stir in the honey, and then vinegar to create a smooth glaze.
- Toss your vegetables in your new glaze, add salt and pepper to taste, and serve.
2. Lemon Feta Risotto
This is a slightly tangy, slightly sweet risotto dish that combines classic lemon flavors with feta cheese. It is perfect as a side dish or main course with added meat.
- 2 cups arborio rice
- 1 onion, minced finely
- 4 cups chicken stock
- 2 lemons
- 1/2 cup white wine (dryer wines are best)
- 3 Tbsp olive oil
- 1 tsp salt
- Optional: Shredded roasted chicken
- First, set your Gourmia pressure cooker to the “saute” function and then add in your olive oil until it simmers.
- Add your onion and cook until it’s soft, then add in rice and cook until the oil has been absorbed into the rice mixture.
- Gradually stir in your white wine, and let the onion, rice, and wine mixture serve for about 12 minutes. The wine should be absorbed into your risotto by this point, but it may take a few more minutes, depending on the wine selected.
- Add in your chicken stock.
- Let it simmer while you zest your two lemons, then set the zest aside; juice your 2 lemons, then add the juice to the pot.
- Set the pressure gauge to “Airtight” mode and cook the entire mixture for 6 minutes total.
- Release the pressure using “Exhaust” while being careful to watch for steam.
- Remove your cooked risotto from the pot, and set aside in a bowl.
- Add your feta cheese, lemon zest, and salt. If serving with chicken, add it in now.