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|By :Kate Merker|
|Duration||more than 2 hours|
|Diet||Dairy Free, Low Carb|
|Main Ingredient||Chuck Roast, Potatoes, Red Wine|
|Prep Time||15 minutes|
|Cook Time||135 minutes|
There is no (roast) setting. And the meat/stew setting doesnt let the operator enter the time. So hmmmm….
I have the Aura Pro and it does have a roast setting. Other models might be different.
When my pot roast finished, the vegetables were all burned and stuck to the bottom of the pan! It had basically boiled dry! I used the roast program and followed the instructions as written except I used more broth than called for. I’ll try try the slow cook program next time.
Easy and awesome! Thanks!
Painfully salty recipe. Really cut down on the amount of salt used to season the beef in the first sear.
I dont have a roast setting on my Lux model of Instapot. I tried thos recepie with the Meat/Stew setting and it burned the hell out of my roast!
This is designed for our Multicooker line and not our Multi-Use Pressure Cookers
Make sure to use the roast setting and the correct temperature.
This recipe is designed for our MultiCooker line that is temperature controlled and not our Multi-Use Pressure Cooker.
I have not made this exact recipe, but I attempted to make pot roast last night following a different recipe. I used the bake setting at 350 and after 45 mins it had all boiled dry and burned the bottom of the roast and veggies. Dinner was completely ruined. Hoping to try this recipe next time and hoping for a much better outcome.
Should be stated up front that it is not for the Instant Pot Pressure cooker.
Thank you for the feedback.
Recipes titled Multicooker are for our multicooker and not our Multi-Use Pressure cooker.
Same problem, everything boiled out. I checked it at 2 hours after seeing no liquid through the lid. Maybe slow cooker would be better for it than roast. On the plus side, the burnt mess was easy to remove and clean with just a sponge and dish detergent.