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    Could anyone help me? I have no oven and I want to bake a cake of my own in pressure cooker. Is there a possible recipie to bake in cooker?
    French, Italian recipies and many more....

  • #2
    Sorry, but I've never heard of doing that before.
    ~BDH.

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    • #3
      You can do puddings in the pressure cooker which arguably is a type of baking. Simply put a few cups of water in the pressure cooker, insert the trivet and put your pudding basin on top and cook for around 15 - 20 minutes (rough guess)

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      • #4
        You can also dry roast and pressure fry in one, but it HAS to be made to do that. My Fagor is qualified to do it.

        Do NOT do it in one if it isn't qualified to do it!
        ~BDH.

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        • #5
          I dont have oven and I want to bake a cake of my own in pressure cooker.can I bake in pressure cooker.
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          • #6
            Baking with a pressure cooker

            I have a new Living well pressure cooker. The digital cooker. The recipe book for deserts says it will bake cakes. It comes with a spring form pan. The recipes call for a crust in the bottom of the form. My guess is to keep the batter from leaking out. I have no idea if it works but intend to try it soon as I buy some pie crusts. If all I get is a big mess at least it will be contained. Life is about trying. I will let you guys know as soon as I try it.

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            • #7
              Pressure cookers usually use wet heat to cook foods.

              How will it handle pie crust? Pie crust is usually baked or prebaked in the oven with dry heat. Wouldn't it get soggy in the pressure cooker?

              Can you post a pic of the pressure cooker, please?
              ~BDH.

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              • #8
                I have done a cake with the pressure cooker! But I have not done good because I put to much Flour!

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                • #9
                  It might have worked for some, but I wouldn't do it in the pressure cooker for the same reason that I wouldn't do one in the microwave.

                  I'm just too afraid that it might not come out rigjht!!

                  I just can't afford to waste the ingredients because of a ruined cake.
                  Last edited by Big Daddy's House; 02-16-2013, 04:19 AM.
                  ~BDH.

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                  • #10
                    For the same reason, I do not do the cake in a pressure cooker!

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