It could be the growing emphasis on getting meals on the table faster with less planning, or the convenience of setting it and walking away (no supervision like the stovetop version). Or perhaps we're just looking to try something new in the kitchen. Regardless, electric pressure cookers have been on the rise, and I'm totally on board.
From beans and grains to meats and dessert, this appliance is a game-changer for getting good food on the table fast. But learning to use it isn't exactly intuitive. Here are five mistakes to avoid when using an electric pressure cooker.