Using a pressure cooker.Indian Vegetarian recipes cooking 1. By Pratibha Jani.wmv

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Vegetarian recipes cooking using a pressure cooker By Pratibha Jani visit my Blog for more.
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6 Responses

  1. Aatmayog Pratibha JaniMarch 18, 2014 at 6:08 amReply

    Thanks. Antu154. I do have a lot of healthy recipes on my blog.
    Many of them are useful for diabetics. It depends on what kind of diabetes
    the person has please use what is best for your needs. I will also post
    more as soon as I can. thanks again see you around the blog.

  2. antu154 .March 18, 2014 at 6:24 amReply

    Your videos are so very helpful, thanks a lot.I request u to please add
    some recipes specially for diabetics, it will be very helpful. 

  3. Aatmayog Pratibha JaniMarch 18, 2014 at 6:51 amReply

    I am so sorry. I do not know where you can get the set of 3 like mine. I
    had bought mine in India When I was visiting , my mom bought it for me. I
    do believe some indian stores have started carrying them. I am not familiar
    with Texas Indian stores. My suggestion is to use any stainless steel
    containers you have in the house that would stack up comfortably and you
    can have the same benefit. Hope this helps. I use different kind and it
    works fine. Hope this helps.

  4. Aatmayog Pratibha JaniMarch 18, 2014 at 7:22 amReply

    Yes. Very practical and time and fuel saving energy costs. As long as you
    are working with safety, it is a great tool for cooking. We are cooking
    most vegetarian recipes in the cooker

  5. Maria MaderoMarch 18, 2014 at 7:43 amReply

    I have the pressure cooker, the only problem that I have is that I do not
    know where you get the little containers that help you keep everything
    separated as you cook them all together in the pressure cooker.

  6. Aatmayog Pratibha JaniMarch 18, 2014 at 8:31 amReply

    Great question. Indian pressure cookers usually come with the two/three
    tier containers. I suggest find 2 or 3 pots?containers that would fit on
    top of each other from your kitchen cabinets itself. Just Remember to put a
    separating plate in between the (pots) containers. I have used pots myself
    many times due to the ease of less cleaning afterwards. That should do the
    trick of cooking 2 or 3 items at the same time. Let me know how it goes.
    Enjoy and stay healthy. Pratibha

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