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When cooking in a stove-top pressure cooker, is the time to cook a particular food item the same, irrespective of the quantity?

Cooking time won't change* with the amount of rice. Keep in mind that much less water is needed in a pressure cooker than on the stove because there is very little evaporation. The ratio of rice to ...
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When cooking in a stove-top pressure cooker, is the time to cook a particular food item the same, irrespective of the quantity?

Sort of. This applies to all cooking. Assuming a single main ingredient (i.e. ignoring seasoning), once you have reached a homogenous temperature/pressure in the slow cooker, the food should take the ...
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Taiyaki mold with electric coil stove top?

If you have sufficient contact area it can work. This depends on the mold you have. The one I have is not flat on the outside as it follows the inner shape, so it would have little contact area with ...
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When cooking in a stove-top pressure cooker, is the time to cook a particular food item the same, irrespective of the quantity?

To generalize the answer: The timing in pressure cookers, simmering, stewing, boiling, frying, sous vide, and similar cases of cooking in a fluid, is mostly a function of the size of the bits (...
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How to clean burned residue off of a stainless steel stovetop

If you want to avoid scratches (which I frankly don't - for me, it's normal for kitchen equipment to have them) you're pretty much constrained to chemical-only methods, with a sponge to apply and wash ...
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Dangers of leaving food in an oven with the gas off

Does your stove have a feature that allows you to set a timer for either beginning a cook cycle and/or ending one? Even if it doesn't, the warning is likely related to temperature and food safety, ...
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Cleaning white bubbles on induction stove

We bought/installed a new Samsung glass top stove today. After the first time of using the top, it looked like little bubbles arose on the burner in wich I used. I thought maybe a protective film was ...
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