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Pressure-Cooker Pot Roast With Vegetable Gravy

A great way to hide some veggies as they get blended up in the gravy! The carrots lend a great sweetness and balance to the sauce that is not at all overpowering. My husband's new favorite pot roast. If you like your sauce thicker, use a thickener such as arrowroot powder or cornstarch to thicken the sauce in step 5.

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1hr 30mins
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directions

  • Season roasts with salt and pepper and set aside.
  • Heat 2 tablespoons oil in pressure cooker over medium heat. Add onion, carrot, and baking soda to pot and cook until onion breaks down and liquid turns golden brown, about 5 minutes. Stir in broth, soy sauce, and bay leaves, scraping up any browned bits. Nestle roasts on top of vegetables in cooker.
  • Lock lid in place. Cook for 55 minutes. If using manual pressure-cooker, bring to high pressure and then cook at medium heat, adjusting heat as needed to maintain high pressure.
  • If using manual pressure cooker, remove pot from heat and let pressure release naturally for 10 minutes, then release pressure. If using electric pressure cooker, quick-release any remaining pressure, then remove lid. Remove meat and let rest 15-20 minutes.
  • While meat is resting, remove and discard bay leaves from sauce. Blend remaining sauce using an immersion blender, or allow to cool and then use a regular blender. Add vinegar. If desired, thicken sauce with a thickener such as arrowroot powder or cornstarch.
  • Slice or shred meat, as desired. Serve with gravy.
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"A great way to hide some veggies as they get blended up in the gravy! The carrots lend a great sweetness and balance to the sauce that is not at all overpowering. My husband's new favorite pot roast. If you like your sauce thicker, use a thickener such as arrowroot powder or cornstarch to thicken the sauce in step 5."
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  1. strawberrybird
    A great way to hide some veggies as they get blended up in the gravy! The carrots lend a great sweetness and balance to the sauce that is not at all overpowering. My husband's new favorite pot roast. If you like your sauce thicker, use a thickener such as arrowroot powder or cornstarch to thicken the sauce in step 5.
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