" Sailors Choice " Ginger Pot Roast

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READY IN: 3hrs
SERVES: 6
UNITS: US

INGREDIENTS

Nutrition
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DIRECTIONS

  • A. Brine soak.
  • Add Orange Juice, vinegar and 2 tablespoons salt, Worcestershire to 8-QT pressure cooker or a pan large enough to host the roast.
  • Remove all fat from roast, set into brine you created in step 2, add enough water to ensure coverage of meat. Ignore for at least 2 hours in the fridge.
  • Remove meat from brine, discard brine, return beef to pressure cooker.
  • B. Pressure-cooking steps.
  • Add 1-cup water and cola, add 3/4 TBLSP coarse salt, all spices, minced Carrot, Ginger, Onion and Garlic. Note: The salt will assist in breaking down the ginger and carrot into the cooking juices don’t omit.
  • Secure lid, bring pan up to 15 lbs pressure. At sea level: 2.5 lb roast = 50 minutes hour, 3 lb roast = 1 hour.
  • As beef is cooking, prepare veggies, wash, cut and place into a bowl or pan with water to cover the potatoes. Size matters when contending with the pressure cooker; keep the size of your cuts as mentioned in the ingredients to avoid the mushy results.
  • After the roast has cooked, allow cooker to release on its own accord. Release lid, remove roast to a dish to cool. Drain water from prepped veggies, add to pan, re-cover and bring pressure cooker up to 15 lbs pressure. Cook no more than 5 minutes once up to 15lbs pressure. Remove from heat and perform a quick release-pressure drop, remove lid.
  • At this time, the meal is nearly ready. Taste the stock for salt content; if required, add accordingly to your taste.
  • Mix flour in ½ cup cold water and temper the mixture with 2 spoonfuls of the stock. With the cooker uncovered on medium high heat, add mixture gradually into pan and fold gently until thickened. Remove from heat.
  • Cut beef or shred and arrange on serving plate, ladle the veggies and gravy onto beef.
  • Other options: Skip the potatoes and gravy mixture, add 1 can diced tomatoes-12oz. Serve over rice, barley or, egg noodles.
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