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Brilliant timing. I just bought a pile of blood oranges and was contemplating whether I had the courage to try them in the pressure cooker (which I am very much still learning to use, thanks to you!)

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Did you try them in the pressure cooker?

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Mar 12, 2023Liked by Catherine Phipps

What deliciousness!

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I have made this jam with Tangerines as no Clementines were available and it’s still utterly delicious. The pressure cooker is perfect for making jam it seems! Thank you.

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I really like your sweet recipes and would like to use the pressure cooker more for puddings but I'm struggling with how the seal inside the lid retains smells and i worry about transferring flavours... Or is this just me? Do I buy another seal for sweet recipies (like i do with wooden spoons) or are there any other ways of preventing this? Thank you!

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All my seals smell a bit of food but as yet there has been no transference of flavour from one dish to another. I know this is an issue that crops up with Instant Pot users especially and there are all kinds of methods for deodorising them which I will write about in due course. some people also buy extra seals and use them for different things. If I were you I would pick a low cost pudding and try it.

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No, I get that, too. I have bought a spare seal to use with sweet dishes but haven't needed to so far as the lid of my InstantPot Pro washed fine in the dishwasher.

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I've just bought Citrus, Can't wait to get going with some edible sunshine !

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I hope you love it! If you would like to convert any of the recipes to pressure cooking & need advice, please let me know!

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