Pressure Cooker Ken’s A1 Pot Roast is full of onions and flavor.
Ken from the Instant Pot Facebook group has allowed me to use his recipe for pot roast. You can use a rump roast or a chuck roast.
A chuck roast will be tender and more juicy and a rump roast is a leaner cut of beef. This Pressure Cooker Ken’s A1 Pot Roast recipe is a great recipe to use your Bone Broth, as it will add an additional layer of flavor.
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Here is the handy printable recipe:
- 3 pounds Rump or Chuck Roast
- Four large onions, thick sliced
- ½ cup A1 Steak Sauce
- 1 cup Beef Stock/Broth
- 1 Tablespoon Salt
- ½ teaspoon Black Pepper
- 1 teaspoon Garlic
- 4 large potatoes
- 5 large carrots
- Remove the connective tissue and then season roast well with salt, pepper and garlic.
- Push the Sauté or Browning button on your Pressure Cooker and add olive oil when hot.
- Sear the roast on both sides.
- Remove roast from the Pressure Cooker cooking pot and add onions and sauté for five minutes and then turn off Pressure Cooker.
- Return roast to the Pressure Cooker cooking pot.
- Pour in A1 Steak Sauce and broth.
- Set the Pressure Cooker to High Pressure and set time for 50 minutes.
- When Pressure Cooker beeps, allow a natural release, which will take about 15 minutes.
- If vegetables are desired, add them in after the pressure has released and cook at High Pressure for 5 minutes more.