Green Bean Soup - Easily Achieved With Philips Pressure Cooker

It's been a while since I brought home the Philips Pressure Cooker courtesy of Philips, where each of us won ourselves one unit each. Check out my experience at the Philips Ultimate Cookoff Challenge linked here. Anyway, after a couple of months, then only did I decide to unbox and unwrap this piece of tech to test it out by making the simplest of dishes, green bean soup. 


Green Bean Soup - Easily Achieved With Philips Pressure Cooker
Green Bean Soup - Easily Achieved With Philips Pressure Cooker




This particular model of the Philips Pressure Cooker came with lots of bells and whistles. Being rather large is one thing, but it had these multiple display buttons on the front indicating which to press depending on what we plan to cook. Going through the manual, I found it easy to understand, especially with big simple words that read "soup", "rice" "beans" and START. No guesses on which i chose, beans of course!


Pressure control valve, which should be set to seal position before power on
Pressure control valve, which should be set to seal position before power on
Dropping the green beans into the pressure cooker
Dropping the green beans into the pressure cooker


Instructions were simple, add in the green beans, some sugar, add the water to a level indicated with white fonts at the side, press the beans/tendon button, wait 30 minutes, and pray that it will come out what I hope for. I really like the fact most of the operation of this Philips Pressure Cooker is automated, without the need for us to fiddle with multiple settings. 


Choose your settings, and press start
Choose your settings, and press start
For my green bean soup, I chose the 'Beans' setting which takes roughly 30 minutes to comple
For my green bean soup, I chose the 'Beans' setting which takes roughly 30 minutes to comple

My simple green bean soup is really too simple until I find it embarrassing to list down the ingredients used. I guess it's just green beans, sugar, and water. I did not really have sago that day, hence none were used, but for best effect do add those sagos in. 


After 30 minutes
After 30 minutes
Voila! A healthy bowl of sweet green bean soup
Voila! A healthy bowl of sweet green bean soup

And there you have it boys and girls. Isaac's very own home made green bean soup. Did you know I actually got help from Janice, even though it's super simple? I guess I need to learn how to cook more often. Thanks to Philips Pressure Cooker, I've gotten the basics in, and hopefully my subsequent dishes will be more elaborate. Probably some chicken soup? 

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5 comments :

  1. I love tong sui and you are tempting me to get one of these pressure cooker now. Aiseh..

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    1. Merryn, hehe.. its so very simple to do with these pressure cooker.

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  2. Perfectly done!!! I've been wanting to get a pressure cooker too...but I've read horror stories of people those pressure cookers exploded in their faces. Philips should be fine...not one of those China-made ones you can get online at a quarter of the price. My friend paid RM200 and her mum bought the exact same one from the shop at RM800. How much is one like this?

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    1. Suituapui, oh no, am not exactly sure how much this is. I'll check it and let you know soonest ya.

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  3. wow looks so easy to cook with it.

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