It’s funny how our meals tend to change with the seasons. Certain foods just seem to fit better with particular times of year and spring time is no different.
Many associate spring with seasonal fruits and vegetables such as apricots, artichokes, avocados, carrots, mangos, peas, pineapples, potatoes, and spinach. All these make for great ingredients of some delicious spring recipes.
But did you know many of the best spring recipes can actually be made with your Power Pressure Cooker XL? That’s right. You can treat yourself to some traditional spring dishes while also saving time and energy in the kitchen!
Here are some of the best spring recipes that can be made in your Power Pressure Cooker XL:
There are still some chilly days left in spring, so warm up a little with a bowl of lentil soup that is made from some of the most popular spring vegetables. You’ll need some dry lentils, onion, carrots, celery stalks, and vegetable broth as the main ingredients, and then you can use minced garlic, cumin, bay leaves, parsley, thyme, salt, and pepper to spice it up and add flavor.
Chicken Avocado Soup
Another popular spring time soup, chicken avocado soup features beans and avocado, two of spring’s most favorable vegetables. Dice up some chicken breasts and mix the meat in some chicken broth with diced tomatoes, black beans, corn, onion, and avocado. Other ingredients such as garlic, jalapeno, oregano, cumin, paprika, lime and fresh cilantro can all be added for increased flavor.
Pomegranate Leg of Lamb
For a more traditional family meal, pomegranate leg of lamb in a Power Pressure Cooker XL can make for a great choice. Lamb is a meat that is commonly enjoyed in the spring, and it has never been easier to make thanks to the Power Pressure Cooker XL. Boneless leg of lamb, pomegranate juice, white wine, and chicken stock are the base ingredients for this amazing meal.
Need the perfect meal for Easter brunch or supper? Look no further than Polynesian Ham from a Power Pressure Cooker XL. The ham, maraschino cherries, and toothpicks are literally all you’ll need to make a holiday meal fit for a king. Even the pineapple glaze used to top the ham can be made in the Power Pressure Cooker XL.
For the perfect side dish to any spring meal, glazed carrots are a great fit. Preparing carrots this way in a Power Pressure Cooker XL couldn’t be easier. Just add some unsalted butter, molasses, water, salt, pepper, and dill to 16 ounces of baby carrots and you’re good to go.