Pressure Cooker Class
Master the Pressure Cooker Class
Do you have one of the new pressure cookers and donâ€™t quite know what to do with it? Tara Andrews, Montana State University - Custer County Extension Agent will be offering â€œMastering the Pressure Cookerâ€� on Wednesday, January 24th, from 5:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m., at the Broadus Community Center. This will be a hands-on class with samples of a variety of foods cooked in the pressure cooker. The fee for the class is $10, and enrollment is limited.
Many people are scared at the thought of using a pressure cooker, but the new electric and stove top models have many safety features that make them extremely safe to use. Pressure cooking can save you time and money while producing food that is ultra-tender, low in fat and full of flavor. The pressure cooker reduces cooking times by 1/3 or more, allowing you to get a delicious and nutritious meal on the table quickly. It also retains more nutrients than other type of cooking and uses less energy. Clean up is a breeze because you are cooking in a sealed container so there are no oven or stove spills to clean up, and the interior pot of the cooker is usually dishwasher safe!
Please call the Extension Office to register, 436-2424.