Not having a pressure cooker forum like the slow cookers have....
I stuck this question here.
Does it make any difference how much of something you put in a pressure cooker, in relation with how long it takes to cook it after reaching pressure?
I've been cooking 3, 4, 5 country cut ribs at the same length of time and they always come out. What if I put in 10, obviously having to stack them, but separating them with silverware, carrots or something.
Things I'm thinking of are; it takes longer to nuke two potatoes than just one, but, I can cook 10 pieces of chicken on a grill in the same time it takes me to cook one.
I'm not familiar enough with oven cooking to know if you have to allow more time if you are cooking more of a particular item. Say, baking 12 chops compared to just a couple.
And, do you think I would need to rearrange the ribs partway through the cooking process? Switch the upper ones with the lower ones?
Anyone with any experience in this?