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Pressure Cooker Pork Loin with Dijon and Dried Fruit
gyr8or wrote in thepressureison
OK. Long time, no post.

I made this last night and it was awesome.

Brown a 2 - 3 lb pork loin, sprinkled with salt & pepper,

When Browned, slather with 2 tbls of Dijon mustard

1/4 cup dried cherries,
9 halves of dried apricots, cut into small pieces

Pour 1 cup of chicken stock over this.

Seal your pressure cooker and cook on HIGH pressure for 1 hour.

When it was done, I thickened the juice with come instantized flour (WONDRA), and served it over cous-cous. It was teh yum.



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Yum, this looks great. Did you try anything for Thanksgiving in the cooker? I couldn't think of anything I couldn't do without it... Hm...

I have my eye on speeding up steel cut oats and maybe cooking them with dried fruit to make them tasty. I'll experiment and see how that goes. Healthy breakfast made faster. Somewhere, I know I have Pressure Cooking for Dummies... There's nothing easier than grains and legumes in the PC.

Hey, thanks for looking! No, I didn't try anything new for T'giving. Re: irish oatmeal, I would be afraid to do it in the PC. It always seems to boil over, if I try it in a rice cooker. I have had luck with Steel cut oats in the crockpot.

Place a 4 1/2 cups of water in your crock with 1 cup of oats, add whatever dried fruit and spices you like, cover, place the cooker on LOW and cook for about 7 or 8 hours. It makes it really creamy and hearty, and it doesn't boil over!


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