Eric Theiss’ 10-Minute Thanksgiving in the Power Pressure Cooker XL

How many of your Thanksgiving recipes take just 10 minutes or less?

I bet not many. Ordinary pots, pans, and ovens used to keep me in the kitchen for hours on Thanksgiving— usually all day long. Since I’ve been using the Power Pressure Cooker XL, slaving away in the kitchen is a thing of the past.

The Power Pressure Cooker XL was designed with busy families in mind.

No wonder it’s perfect for holiday cooking. The heavy-duty, air-tight lid is engineered to trap super-heated steam inside. This creates an ideal, hyper-pressurized cooking environment. The result? Your meals cook up to 70% faster than in a regular oven. Plus, you’re retaining essential nutrients usually lost during hours and hours of ordinary oven and stove-top cooking.

Home-Cooked Holiday Recipes in Just 1 Pot

This year, I’ve put together some very delicious and very, very easy one-pot Thanksgiving recipes for the Power Pressure Cooker XL. They’re all available on our site at It’s hard to believe my Apricot Glazed Turkey cooks in just 10 minutes under pressure.

I’ve also included some classic side dishes like Sweet Potato Casserole as well as a few of my favorite mouthwatering desserts. Did you know you can cook Chocolate Steam Pudding in just 10 minutes under pressure? It’s a decadent, chocolate-lovers dream. Just serve it with fresh strawberries and you’re all set— in a fraction of the time it would take to bake in an ordinary oven.

1-Touch Holiday Cooking

With this machine, there’s no confusing programming to figure out. The Digital Control Panel makes Power Pressure Cooking stress-free. Most cooking times are already pre-set. I just push one button and the Power Pressure Cooker XL does the rest.

Here’s the best part: when the Pressure Cooker is finished cooking, it enters a KEEP WARM mode. Finally, I don’t have to run back and forth from the kitchen all day long. My meals are warm and fresh when I decide to serve them. I can actually spend time with my family and guests instead of worrying about over- or under-cooked food.

But don’t take my word for it: try some of the recipes yourself! There are tons to choose from, and even some how-to recipe videos available at the Power Pressure Cooker XL site.

From my kitchen to yours, I wish you a delicious, happy, and safe Thanksgiving!

Eric Theiss

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