• Cheryl

    posted on June 17, 2009 at 6:35 am

    That sounds very good! I love my pressure cooker too…but I'm still a little afraid of it.

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  • Linda

    posted on June 17, 2009 at 9:15 am

    I love my pressure cooker (I actually have more than one), and I'm thrilled to have a new recipe to try. Thanks!

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  • Diane-The Whole Gang

    posted on June 17, 2009 at 11:02 am

    I'm one of those people that's afraid of the pressure cooker. But after reading you made dinner that fast, I might have to put that on my wish list. I use a crockpot a lot during the summer so the oven or stove does not heat up the kitchen. Never thought about a pressure cooker. This meal sounds great, fast and easy. Love that!

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  • glutenfree4goofs

    posted on June 17, 2009 at 11:36 am

    Here's to keeping cool and keeping the men (I have 4) in our lives happy! I don't have a pressure cooker but I'm a fan of the crock pot and the BBQ so I'm sure I can still make this yummy meal.
    Jessie at Blog Schmog

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  • Amy Green

    posted on June 17, 2009 at 10:00 pm

    Cheryl – I absolutely understand…the pressue cooker has a flair all it's own.

    Linda – I am jealous! I only have one pressure cooker, but I do have multiple crockpots. Let me know what you think if you cook this.

    Diane – Yes, love the crockpot! I couldn't imagine summer without it, either.

    Jessie – Yes, we must keep our men happy. I think this would cook just fine in the crockpot, too.

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  • Gina

    posted on June 18, 2009 at 12:53 am

    I hadn't thought of the kitchen-heat reducing, energy-saving aspect of pressure cooking. I will have to look into it! Thanks for the recipe.

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  • Sophie

    posted on June 18, 2009 at 6:32 pm

    I love a good hearty meal like this, goes to show that gluten free dinners can be quite delicious! I once had a traumatic experience with a pressure cooker; I was making chicken soup and the whole cooker exploded in my kitchen (thank God I wasn't there, I think I would've burned!). Needless to say, my kitchen smelled like chicken for about 1 week after that incident :) .

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  • Amy Green

    posted on June 19, 2009 at 1:03 pm

    Hi Gina! Honestly, it's embarrasing to admit but I hadn't thought about the energy saving aspect at all. That is another great plus of the pressure cooker. :)

    Hey Sophie…so glad that you weren't hurt. That had to be scary. You gave us all a good reminder about making sure that any kitchen appliance is in good working order before we use it.

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  • Holly

    posted on March 1, 2011 at 9:25 am

    I’m sure this could be made in a crock pot too, how long would you recommend cooking it in the crockpot? I don’t have a pressure cooker yet? I would love one, however, I already feel like I don’t know where to keep all these big things, juicer, blender, crockpot, dehydrator, waffle maker, popcorn maker….I’m out of cabnet space already!! lol

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    Amy Reply:

    @Holly, I reworked this recipe for the CrockPot and it’s in my new cookbook. :) It’s fabulous. I wish I could just give you the recipe but my publisher would throw a fit.

    Hugs,
    Amy

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  • Heather

    posted on May 22, 2011 at 12:55 pm

    Hi Amy I love your blog and am so inspired by you. I too have a “reaction to gluten an sugar” where I just want more and more and I am looking into to switching over to gluten free sugar free lifestyle. Anyway. Which Brown Rice Pasta do you like best and do you have any suggestions for what I should buy to start out since I dont have most of the different flours and ingredients? Thanks you are awesome!!

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    Amy Reply:

    @Heather, I started out “au natural” meaning foods that I was used to that were naturally sugar and gluten-free. I think it’s the easiest way to go otherwise you’re trying to learn too many new things at once.

    I use Tinkyada brown rice pasta.

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    Amy Reply:

    @Heather, I started out ‘au natural’ eating sf/gf foods I was already used to eating. That’s the easiest way in my opinion – otherwise there are too many new things at once. I use Tinkyada brown rice pasta. :)

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  • maile

    posted on October 26, 2011 at 11:09 pm

    I use my pressure cooker all the time and my favorite thing to make in it is risotto. I love chicken cacciatore so this sounds really awesome and simple to do in the pressure cooker. I am going to make this soon and know it will come out great as all your recipes always do! Thanks

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