Pressure Cooker Chili Recipe
"Hot as hell's brimstone" or "soup of the Devil", the more priests warned against it, the more people wanted it. From the first chili cook-off in the abandoned mining town of Terlingua, Texas in 1967 to your kitchen next Tuesday night, this easy chili recipe cooked in your pressure cooker is yours to tweak to your heart's content. Cooked in about 35 minutes start to finish. Make it, tweak it, share it, and make it again.
"Wish I had time for just one more bowl of chili." -- Last words of Kit Carson, American frontiersman (1809-1868)
Learn about pressure cooking and real food recipes without falling asleep! Good food can be fast. Good food can be easy. There are many benefits to pressure cooking: the time savings, the taste, a step towards self-reliance, sustainability... but the real benefit is in what we learn as we redefine our relationship with food.