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Pork in Beer and Onions

Pork in Beer and Onions created by Outta Here

This is for your pressure cooker, and it is simply delicious!

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  • Combine the first 6 ingredients in a small bowl to make a paste.
  • Rub into the roast.
  • Pour the beer into a pressure cooker and add the bay leaves.
  • Set the rack in place.
  • Place half of the onions on the rack and set the pork on top.
  • Spread the remaining onions over top.
  • Lock the lid in place and bring to high pressure over high heat.
  • Adjust the heat to maintain high pressure and cook for one hour.
  • Let the pressure drop naturally or use a quick release method.
  • Remove lid.
  • If you cooked the pork at high pressure for the entire hour, your roast will be done.
  • Remove meat to platter and let set for 15 minutes, covered with foil.
  • Remove rack and bay leaves.
  • If there is more than 2 cups of liquid, boil over high heat to reduce.
  • There should be 2 cups of liquid to make the gravy.
  • Whisk in cornstarch and cook until gravy thickens.
  • Carve the meat and serve the onion gravy mixture over top.
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  1. Outta Here
    Pork in Beer and Onions Created by Outta Here
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  3. Outta Here
    I am still learning how to use my pressure cooker, and this recipe was perfectly written and turned out great! Loved the gravy. I also threw in some baby carrots on top of the onions. Served with mashed potatoes. Will be making this again! I am looking forward to trying it with a darker beer, also.
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  4. Sheryll S.
    Fabulous recipe, I swiped some of my puppy Rufus's baby peeled carrots (his favorite healty treat) to throw in. Got to have my veggies. I was out of allspice too & had to substitute cloves, cinnamon & nutmeg, which I had. Now I am thinking of trying this with potatoes next time? What do you think? I now I will have to add a bit more beer..... tee heee!
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  5. Jason  Alison
    We are exploring the use of our pressure cooker and happened on this recipe via Barb's recommendation. It was very "home cooking" style; but not our favorite.
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