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Broth/Gelatin as "cooking liquid" for Pressure Cooker?


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Broth/Gelatin as "cooking liquid" for Pressure Cooker?

mike2401 | Feb 3, 2013 10:25 AM

I cooked 4 pounds of chicken pieces (empire kosher brand) with 3 cups of water in my pressure cooker for 24 minutes. The chicken was delicious.

Please take a look at the 6 second video of my broth/gelatin (after it chilled in the fridge and I removed the fat layer) :

Look how much gelatin I got !!! This is substantially more than I ever got in 12 hours in my slow cooker.

Anyway, I'm about to cook 3 pounds of beef cubes and wanted to use this broth/gelatin as the "cooking liquid".

Any issues with that?


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