Have you ever tried using pressure cooker to cook beans? What was the outcome?
While Pressure cooker is known to help food cook faster thereby retaining the nutrients, it appears that not all foods comes out well. Take beans for example, experience has shown that using pressure cooker to prepare beans makes the beans mushy with no flavor and texture. Agree most cooker comes with a guide book, but they can really get tricky most times.
A Friend Lilli, who wanted to host some friends thought she could make beans and use her pressure cooker to make it cook fast. So as soon as the timer went off on the cooker, she rushed to check the beans but got disappointed as it was mushy and appeared grainy.
Sadly her dreams of making delicious porridge beans with brocolli failed.
How about you? Have you ever had Issues with over cooked food using pressure cooker? Please share your experience.