Should you use a pressure cooker? Or should you use a crock pot? A crockpot is also known as a slow cooker. The pressure cooker claims speed similar to a high power microwave, the crockpot insists low and slow but ready by supper time is the better way.
The best part: everything from meats and vegetables to desserts can be made in a pressure cooker. In the end, your food is cooked in one-third the time, and it’s much frsher tasting than microwaved food.
Homemade egg drop soup is one meal that is both satisfying and tasty. At the same time, it will help keep your blood glucose monitor reading well within the safe range if you are diabetic. Here’s how I made my own egg drop soup recipe.
Making really good pancakes from scratch is very easy, takes only a matter of a few extra minutes and creates no more of a mess to clean up than making them from a mix.
Chicken soup warms you inside and out — especially during the colder winter months. Plus, when it comes to feeding a group, chicken is about the most cost-effective meat you can buy. You have some choices with this recipe… Do you want soup? Or do you want stew? And dumplings are always a family favorite.