Pot Roast Made With Beer for the Pressure Cooker

"really easy and quick"
 
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Ready In:
1hr 10mins
Ingredients:
12
Serves:
4-6
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ingredients

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directions

  • Heat oil in pressure cooker ( medium).
  • Brown beef on both sides, then remove and set aside.
  • Add to same pan: small amount of beer and loosen/stir up bits.
  • Add flour and tomato paste to pan and cook over medium for one minute.
  • Place the meat and everything else ( and the rest of the beer ) in the pan.
  • Close this lid and cook on high pressure for about 1 hour.
  • Let pressure come down naturally.
  • Serve over rice or noodles.

Questions & Replies

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  1. Ellen C.
    Mustard — dry or prepared? I’m guessing dry because it’s listed amongst other dry ingredients.
     
  2. Elizabeth D.
    What type of beer do you recommend using? I do not drink beer so I do not know m. Should I use a dark one or light? My hubby likes IPA- is that a good one? Anyone know of a guide to using different beer for different foods? That would be helpful
     
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Reviews

  1. Outta Here
    Pure comfort food. So good on a cold, wet (typical) Pacific NW day. And so quick in the pressure cooker. I made 2 changes. I added some whole mushrooms with the onion and carrots, and didn't use the flour until after the cooking, and then mixed it with some water and thickened the juices while meat rested on platter. Served with mashed potatoes. This one is a keeper!
     
  2. Mary B.
    This recipe was awesome. I did do an elk roast instead of beef and it was great, other than that I followed the recipe to a T! Thank you
     
  3. thelavers_9397038
    I rarely review recipes but this is really stellar roast! I chose this as my first recipe to cook in my new pressure cooker. The flavor was delicious, not your run of the mill roast with brown gravy, but not too out there in flavor profile either. Classic comfort food. The recipe had just the right hint of tomato in the sauce, the mustard wasn't too strong, and it cooked to tender perfection in an hour.<br/><br/>I used Guinness as the beer, and I only used one tbsp of olive oil as my roast was a bit fatty. I also added more salt in the end to suit my taste. Thank you very much for the wonderful recipe!
     
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Tweaks

  1. Mary B.
    This recipe was awesome. I did do an elk roast instead of beef and it was great, other than that I followed the recipe to a T! Thank you
     

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