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Once upon a time, in a house not so far away from yours lived a mom with three children and her favorite place was anywhere but the kitchen.
However, with multiple mouths to feed and the need to keep a budget somewhat in check, the ability to dine out every night or pick up food was hardly an option. Dining out also posed a challenge of food that contained ingredients that the mom did not want in her food. This mom decided that food preparation would not get the best of her and she decided to cook up a storm, get messy with it, ONE day a week and have fun with her recipe creations.
One of her favorite cooking appliances quickly became a pressure cooker, so experimentation led to success and the creation of today’s way to lavishly live fun in food creation out loud.
Here’s your chance to try out easy pressure cooker meatballs in tomato sauce and the best part is they only require 5 simple ingredients! Let’s Cook!
Whipping Up Batches Of Food And Getting Messy With It
I bet you saw that headline and cringed, because as soon as I think of cooking my mind turns to cleanup. Truth be told, cooking is always the fun part, but the cleanup used to be tiresome. When you cook, it is fun to get messy.
Usually the kitchen ends up looking like a cyclone blew through it but that is fine because I have a A Modern Twist on Cleaning™ that combines Baking Soda and the fresh scent of Lime or Grapefruit but let’s cook first and then look at the dreaded cleanup, lol!
Easy Pressure Meatballs and Tomato Sauce
My meatballs in tomato sauce recipe is always my challenge for cleanup. I decided to experiment with my recipe and place it inside of an electric pressure cooker, making larger batches faster. I have never looked back, and while I do get a bit of a mess, I don’t worry about it, I will elaborate later as to how to tackle this mess. Let’s cook easy pressure cooker meatballs and sauce.
- 1 28 Oz Can Of Tomato Sauce + 1/2 can of water
- 2 Tbsp Of Olive Oil bottom of pressure cooker
- 1 Cup of Italian Flavored Bread Crumbs
- 1/2 C of Italian Parmesan Cheese
- 1 Pound Of Ground Beef
- 1/2 C of Milk
- 2 Tsp of Basil optional
- Combine all ingredients EXCEPT the Olive Oil in a large bowl
- Place Olive Oil in bottom of Pressure Cooker
- Mix all ingredients together by hand
- Once mixed, begin rolling one inch balls
- Place each meatballs, one-by-one into the base of the pressure cooker.
- Press the Saute Option on the electric pressure cooker, to lightly brown the meatballs.
- Open Can of Tomato Sauce while browning the meatballs
- Once the meatballs are browned, add in the can of tomato sauce and water
- Place the lid on the pressure cooker
- Turn the Pressure Gage to SEALING
- Press Manual and (+) to 5 minutes
- The Electric Pressure Cooker may take about 15-20 minutes to come gain its pressure and then the pressure will begin to countdown.
- When the Electric Pressure Cooker is done and the bell alerts you, allow this to cool with the 10 minute Natural Release Method then release the steam by turning it to 'VENTING'
- Carefully open the lid and you can serve the meatballs.
Big batch cooking is a necessary evil as it provides large amounts of foods but it also provides those big messes that need tackled afterwards. I will tell you this, I have walked away from the dishes because Motherhood calls and forgot to get them done due to other ‘household eruptions.’
Look at what I had to tackle, but when the kids have other ‘issues’ Mom is on call and the dishes can wait.
While distractions that happen in my home, take me off of doing the dishes right away, I still get them clean and I never worry about it because I have a great cleaning companion. I do not have to power-scrub or really use elbow grease. In fact, the Palmolive® Fusion Clean™ dish liquid that I have been using is specially formulated for tough cleaning challenges like those pans that have stuck on tomato sauce and grease. It’s the stuff cleaning dreams are made of!
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If you decide to walk away from your dishes and clean them later, no worries, because tackling stuck-on food just became easier. Go ahead and dig in to your favorite recipes, nourish your calling to whip up large batches of your favorite recipe, cook multiple foods and clean up even 24 hours later, without worry.
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You have my easy pressure cooker meatballs and tomato sauce recipe now, and it is super easy to prepare, make sure to bookmark it so you can find it easily it. Lavishly live food out loud and never think about the cleanup! Let’s hear about what foods you have avoided making because of cleanup but now want to tackle!