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|By :Keto In an Instant Cookbook By Stacey Crawford|
|Browse Category||Meat, Rice & Pastas|
|Diet||Keto, Low Carb, Low Fat, Low Sodium|
|Cooking Technique||Pressure Cook, Sauté|
|Main Ingredient||Beef Stock, Garlic, Ground Beef, Onion, Tomato Paste, Tomatoes|
|Prep Time||5 minutes|
|Cook Time||18 minutes|
Unused portions of the squash noodles and meat sauce can be stored separately in resealable containers in the
refrigerator for up to one week.
Nutrition per serving
Net carbs: 9g
Stacey Crawford is the blogger behind beautyandthefoodie.com where she creates and shares healthy, low-carb, ketogenic recipes. As a sufferer of celiac disease, she’s discovered that eating healthy, satisfying food through a grain-free, low-carb ketogenic diet is the key to creating good health.
Getting burn errors when following this. My pot seems to pass water test yet doesn’t seem to like this recipe
Depending on the tomatoes used it may be too thick and may need some extra thin liquid. Also ensure that there are no stuck on bits after suateing as it will trip the burn warning
I followed the recipe to the letter, I actually added a little extra water too, yet to no avail. Found the sauce was pretty thick, as per the recipe and think adding an additional cup of water would help. Next time I may not use crushed tomatoes, yet rather the watery diced tomatoes to help it. I found that the Tomato paste added at the end will thicken it enough anyway. Also, I think it is important to really cool down your inner pot after saute. I lifted mine out and waited till it was cool enough to put my hand on the bottom and still got a burn message. I know that this is an important step yet it didn’t help prevent the burn. My pot functions well on every other recipe yet tomato based sauces burn easier I feel.
Oh, yes. Aside from the Burn messages I kept getting, this was delicious!!
Repeated Burn errors on this, going to try something else now!
This was yum
Yeah, cant get it to cook. Tried putting squash on a little wire rack to raise it up 1/2”, but still got BURN errors. Just tried adding 1 cup of water to the sauce and mixed it a bit and still got burn error… ugggh… there goes dinner!
Total cook & prep time was about an hour for me and my boys. ~10 minutes prep + 5 minutes browning + 8 minutes pressure cooking + 20 minutes cooling + 6 minutes final stewing + 5 minutes to cut and scrape squash (but we havent yet been able to finish BURN
Ok, We got past the burn errors after adding 2 cups of water. Kids and I think it smells delicous. Hoping for good results here in about 30 more minutes!