Need a Quick and Hearty Meal for Busy Nights?

Finding time to prepare hearty meals during busy weeknights can be difficult, but it doesn’t have to be if you own a Power Pressure Cooker XL.

That’s because there are numerous recipes for soups and stews that can be made in the Power Pressure Cooker XL ahead of time and then frozen or stored for later consumption. These delicious recipes taste amazing when made in the Power Pressure Cooker XL and they’re super easy to make!

Between work, school, sports, and everything else life throws at us, having the ability to make delicious and healthy meals for your family throughout the week seems like more of a luxury these days than a necessity. But if you have a Power Pressure Cooker XL in your kitchen your busy schedule will no longer affect your dinners.

If you know winter is the busiest time of year for you and you want to have something warm to eat each night, start preparing in the fall by making the many soup and stew recipes available for the Power Pressure Cooker XL.

Most soup and stew recipes made in the Power Pressure Cooker XL cook in a fraction of the time it takes other kitchen appliances to achieve the same results. On one rainy afternoon in the fall when you have some free time on your hands, you can easily and quickly make lentil soup, potato leek soup, chicken avocado soup, turkey soup (with your Thanksgiving leftovers), shrimp bisque, roasted red pepper soup, carrot ginger soup, chicken noodle soup, beef and potato stew, and black bean stew all in your Power Pressure Cooker XL.

Once you have these soups and stews made, you can use the Power Pressure Cooker XL canning and jarring feature to help you preserve these meals for quite some time. Once you have canned your soups with an airtight seal, freeze them for optimal storage conditions and results.

Now when you’re rushing in between work, school, basketball practice, etc. during the week, you’ll have your meals already made and only have to thaw them out and heat them up to enjoy.

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