Pressure cooking vs Slow cooking. We're all familiar with the slow cooker (crock pot) and we've probably heard of a pressure cooker. Most of us have probably used a slow cooker, but not many of us don't know how a pressure cooker works or the benefits of using a pressure cooker. While both the slow cooker and the pressure cooker cook foods like meats, vegetables, and casseroles, and beans very well, pressure cookers also cook things like cheesecake and oatmeal.
Pressure cookers are more convenient than slow cookers. To gain flavor, it should be browned. You can brown your meat in a pressure cooker with a slow cooker, You would have to brown your meat first in another pan, have a recipe, which includes bacon? You can brown it in the pressure cooker, no extra pans to wash.
With a slow cooker, it needs to be turned on for 4-8 hours in order for your food t be fully cooked. But when using a pressure cooker, you are talking about minutes to prepare your meals. Why not give a pressure cooker a try next time. You might be pleasantly surprised at how much you like