The electric pressure cooker, or Instant pot as you may see around, is making cooking that much easier and faster. It works like a slow cooker, keeping the temperatures low, but the pressure allows you to cook that much quicker. This recipe takes a traditional beef stew and uses that pressure cooker to crank up the time to easy, hearty, comfort food. The addition of Guinness just adds some extra color, sweetness, and even some well-needed body to an already rich stew of beef chunks, potatoes, carrots and any other herb or root vegetable you may want to add.
- A pressure cooker cooks so much faster than a crock pot.
- A pressure cooker takes less liquid to cook than other methods.
- The food cooked in a pressure cooker is infused with the broth of the meats and vegetables at no other level of cooking.
“Pressure Cooker Guinness Beef Stew! All the flavor of a slow-cooked stew, done in a fraction of the time. Made with beef stew meat, onion, celery, carrots, parsnips, and of course, Guinness.”
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