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|By :Amy Jacky|
|Browse Category||Soups, Stews & Broths|
|Cooking Technique||Pressure Cook|
|Main Ingredient||Beef, Potatoes, Vegetables|
|Prep Time||10 minutes|
|Cook Time||110 minutes|
Amy and Jacky are a husband and wife team behind pressurecookrecipes.com. Born and raised in families from the restaurant industry, they have what they have coined “foodie genes”. Surrounded by so much food growing up and in their own food media company they started on their own, they fell in love with every aspect of food from photography to recipe development. In their exploration of delicious food and cooking techniques, they stumbled across pressure cooking and more importantly, Instant Pot! Amy and Jacky started their blog to bring happiness to the world through good food that is easy to make and delicious to eat! They want all of their readers to feel inspired and excited when cooking with their very own pressure cooker.
This was great!
This is the first recipe I tried with my instant pot. I didn’t follow the directions and didn’t use all the ingredients. No bay leaf, no dried thyme, no kosher salt, just used regular table salt. The result was amazing. The taste was so good and yummy, will definitely do it again.
Mmmm, this was delicious! I added cream of mushroom soup, making it in to a gravy over mashed potatoes! It was amazing! I love my instant pot!!
If i do not use the sherry wine, will that make a big difference in taste? I do not drink, and don’t want the chance of alcohol remaining at all.
I loved this receipe. It was a little labor intensive but well worth it.
Used a blackening spice on the steaks before sauting. Salsa instead of tomato paste and left out the sherry. This added extra bite. The meat was so tender and tasty. Family loved it, will be making again
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This was delicious! I didn’t have mushrooms and I didn’t add the flour. Next time i make this I will be sure to add the mushrooms. I love mushrooms and never had them in Beef Stew.
Pretty tasty with nice complexity. Two adjustments I’ll make if I try this again: (1) 6-8 minutes was far too long for my beef. The steaks were well-done all the way through by 6 minutes, and no amount of slow-cooking reverses tough meat. I think having lean grass-fed meat didn’t help, but still too long. (2) The soy and fish sauce left the broth a bit sweeter than I like, sending the unami flavor in an odd direction. Again, tasty–but I’m still hunting for a better beef stew recipe.
Although its quite a process, my fiance, who is an Amateur in the kitchen, made this all alone and it was one of the best stews I’ve ever had! Rich, deep flavor and super tender beef. We doubled it for our family of 5.
Definitly will make it again.
The reason i am only giving this a 4/5 star is because it was the 1st meal made ever using the Instant Pot and i increased servings using App provided, i guess really it was just a trust thing i have with Pot and trusting and the receipe.
Meal was good!
LIKE AMAZING. I’ve never tasted anything like this since well, EVER! When my mom made this I was in heaven.
This is a GREAT recipie. Just be sure you read the entire recipie BEFORE you start (just saying so for a friend).
Will definitely make this one again.
This was a bit labor intensive but well worth it!! Rich and tasty! I added a bit if red wine before cooking the beef at the end. Will make again!
i didnt like this stew. It was so salty. I never salted during the cooking. The only thing I liked was the color of the sauce
i didnt like this stew way too salty for me. Too much work for what it turned out to be
Tastes amazing!!! My only gripe (very minor) is that it’s pretty labor intensive
Tastes amazing! But takes too much time to mak and too many steps.
How do i adjust this for my 3 qt instant pot?
a quick way is to adjust the servings size to half.
Way too many steps. Looking for a fill the pot and set.
Definitely loved this rich stew. Are used no water only a large can of tomato juice for liquid I also added about half a cup of red wine to the pot to loosen the meat that had been browned to the bottom of the pot during the sauté process. Definitely a recipe ill use again.
It would be nice if these recipes would say what size pot they are using. It would be an easy thing to add with the cook times and serving sizes.
Hey pupielady. Made this recipe a lot more simple. Saute the beef in olive oil gen just add everything, plus anything u like and set to stew/soup and let it go. Great results
This was the very first recipe I made with my instant pot. It was very delicious. Lots of steps but relatively easy. It taught me how to use a few different features. I will make again. Meat turned out tender and veggies crisp and delicous. I served over buttery mashed potatoes. Yum
Loved it!! Will use it again!! We threw in a few different veggies and it was the first time i ever made a stew since moving out on my own and it came out pretty good for a first timer!!
Why do u recommend serving mashed potatoes when there is potatoes in stew? And wouldnt u just cut the beef into cubes season w salt and pepper and brown? Instead of trying to brown big pieces then cut into cubes after browned, doesnt make sense u can make it so much easier. Just alittle confusing
It tasted very good. The prep took longer than i thought and other than needing to cook the first group of vegetables longer, the recipe was a success.
Why use chuck steak when u can just but stew beef?!! Plus when i make homemade beef stew i use 2-3 lbs of carrots & 5 lb bag of potatoes!!
Stewing beef is chuck just prepared into 1 – 2 inch pieces. This recipe calls for the chuck steak to ensure everyone can make it without having to have prepped chuck, which can add to cost.
If you prefer to add more potatoes and carrots feel free. Remember to ensure you do not overfill if adding additional ingredients.
Taste was good! To many steps, to much opening and closing. Not an instant meal!