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Liz Gee

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Recipe Reviews 2 reviews
Vanilla Bean Cheesecake
ELECTRIC PRESSURE COOKER VERSION! I didn't see a review so here is what I did to adapt. I used a 7" springform pan in my 6 qt electric pressure cooker but it would have fit 8" easily. For this, I used about 7 oz of cookies for the crust Half of all other ingredients except 3 eggs (instead of the 5 first called for) I added 2 cups of water to the bottom of my PC, and a metal trivet. I put my PC on "warm" to preheat it while I prepped the ingredients. I poured the ingredients in all the way atop the crust-half of this recipe filled the 7" spring-form pan almost to the top. I took a long sheet of tin foil, folded triangles at the two ends, and placed the loaded spring-form pan on the foil, pinching the ends together as in a handle (like a triangle, cheesecake nestled on the bottom). Placed this in the PC, sealed it up, and placed it on high for 24 minutes. Allowed NATURAL RELEASE as it continues to cook during this time. It did not swell up noticeably, so don't worry about it overflowing into the pot. Took out using the handles, still in place in the pot, and removed cheesecake. If there is any condensation on the top of the cake, gently blot with a napkin/papertowel. I allowed to cool at room temp and then bring down to fridge temp. Sets up fully once it's cold. Note: also took the half recipe and made two 7" versions - but cooked for 20 min each with natural release. Worked great too!

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Mar. 24, 2014
Green Tomato Pie II
Very easy prep, fast all around, I loved this pie and was a disbeliever of anything sweet with green tomatoes. Bravo!! The sweet/cinnamon tastes like apple pie spices. Oh, I would not recommend slicing the peppers into long strips as I did (too many dinners, what can I say) - this was the only weird texture issue. Yes, it was a bit runny, am making it again tonight and will add the cornstarch per the suggestion in one of the reviews.

5 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Nov. 26, 2008

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