How To Cook Slow Cooker Items Quickly In An Instant Pot

The Instant Pot is an ideal way to prepare any of our cuts that we recommend cooking low and slow. This includes chuck roasts, osso buco or leg shanks, brisket, short ribs and stew meat. This kitchen gadget is ideal for drastically reducing time off of the hours of cooking that transforms these tougher cuts of meat into tender, melt in your mouth main courses. For any of these items, you can always sear the meat first to add texture and flavor. For quality meat delivered to your home, look no further than Beck & Bulow.

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While you might typically cook a roast in a crock pot for eight or nine hours, it can be cooked to perfection in an Instant Pot in just two. In fact, since our roasts are such high quality, it really only needs about an hour and a half. This is partially thanks to the fact that bison and grass fed beef are naturally more tender than their conventionally raised counterparts. For best results, we recommend using bone broth in lieu of water and cooking on the high pressure setting for 90 minutes. For a five pound roast, use about a cup of liquid. Order bison and grass fed beef chuck roasts from the best online meat market.

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For short ribs, you can use the Instant Pot to brown the outsides first. Simply add a little bison tallow and turn on the saute setting. When it’s hot, add in the ribs and brown for three or four minutes on each side. You’ll want to take advantage of the flavorful brown bits left over in the bottom by deglazing with bone broth or wine and scraping them off to mix into the liquid. Use about a half cup of broth or wine for every 6-10 pieces of short ribs. Add in your favorite marinade before pressure cooking. Use the high pressure setting for 45 minutes and then natural release for 15 minutes. Order the most succulent short ribs you’ve ever had from the best online meat company.

How To Cook Slow Cooker Items Quickly In An Instant Pot - Beck & Bulow

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Delicious osso buco can be made in an Instant Pot in just one hour. Make sure to sear the shanks in the Instant Pot for about a minute on each side to create a nice flavorful crust. For cooking a single leg shank, add about a cup of wine or bone broth to the pot and deglaze, mixing in the brown bits from the bottom. Set to the high pressure setting and cook for one hour, then use the quick release setting to finish. For the best meat you can order online, check out our quality selections.

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The Instant Pot is an especially great option for cooking brisket if you don’t have access to a smoker. If you are able to use one, you can still start the brisket that way to add a delicious smoked flavor if desired. Start by applying your favorite dry rub to a 1.5 – 2 pound piece of brisket. Let it marinate for a couple hours, or overnight if time permits. When that step is completed, add two cups of your favorite barbecue sauce to the Instant Pot, and then cook the brisket on high pressure for about 75 minutes. Use the natural release setting for 15 minutes. At the end, you can add another cup of barbecue sauce to the Instant Pot and simmer for about ten minutes, stirring occasionally. Order fresh, ethically sourced meat for delivery from Beck & Bulow.

How To Cook Slow Cooker Items Quickly In An Instant Pot - Beck & Bulow

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Stew is an Instant Pot classic, and whether you choose our bison or grass fed beef stew meat you’re going to love the results. Make sure to sear the stew meat cubes first for optimal flavor. Use about 1.5 pounds of stew meat with all of your favorite vegetables and seasonings. We suggest adding in a can of tomato paste and two tablespoons of cornstarch for thickening. Use the saute function to sear the meat first. Then, add 2.5 cups of bone broth to the pot, scraping the browned bits from the bottom. Add all of your vegetables and seasonings, except for the cornstarch. Cook on high pressure for 45 minutes, then use natural release for 15 minutes. At the end, mix the cornstarch with two tablespoons of cold water and stir in for a thick and hearty stew.

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