I love corned beef. I not sure when and where it happened, but it did. I have a clue that it happened on a plate in NYC. I had my first Reuben. The flavors overwhelmed my lips in bliss. I still order a Reuben, and now I make them at home. That is why I wanted a quick Pressure Cooker Corned Beef Recipe.
I always thought that this was an Irish dish, the corned beef. It turns out it is an Irish American dish. The Irish Americans used corned beef instead of bacon when it is wasn’t available. I recently visited Ireland, and there wasn’t corned beef in abundance. You can see what I ate while there in my post best restaurants is in Ireland.
I was so inspired by the Irish it was one of the best places I have ever visited. I would go back in a heartbeat. If you like Irish food, I have several recipes you can select from:
Okay back to the most accessible Power Pressure Cooker Corned Beef Recipe.Continue reading
I have three rules in the kitchen. 1) Is I need to make Healthy meals 2) They need to be quick 3) There can’t be a big mess I hate dishes. That is why I fell in love with my instant pot. You can read my instant pot review.
I also have a husband who eats Gluten Free, Dairy Free, and Egg-free Instapot Recipes. That means I have to cook things he can eat and also please the three offsprings. We all know finding meals that are healthy, tasty, and kid approved is like finding a four leaf clover is the dessert. I must be lucky because of my kids like this simple Instant Pot Salmon Recipe. You only need a couple of ingredients which makes life more comfortable on my limited memory and my budget.
Do you come home or are you home and you realize you forgot about dinner. You realize you indeed are incharge of making it. You are like me and you buy stuff when it is on sale. You know that the ultimate list of frugal tips says buy low and stock up. You even know what to stock up on and when. If you do not read our stock up list to help you out. I even have tips of how to organize your stockpile. I find that know how to save on fruits and vegetables saves me as much money as knowing when to buy meats. That brings me to my Healthy Tilapia Recipes in the Pressure Cooker XL.
I saw a sale where it was buy one bag and then get one free. They were two pound bags and they were frozen. I paid $12.00 for the two bags. I knew I could get three meals out of the $12.00.
The items in this recipe are stables in my home. I always have garlic, lemon juice, and salt and pepper. The rest of the ingredients are optional. The tilapia fish is a mild fish so it will take on the flavor of what you add to it.
I made this recipe using foil but I could have just put the fish on the steamer basket if I wasn’t cooking the entire two pound bag. I usually do not cook that much but I made dinner for that night and then I want the rest of the fish for taco’s the next day for lunch.
Some of you might have already heard about how much I love my instapot! It has easily become one of my favorite cooking tools. It’s like a crock pot, expect 20 times faster! What mom doesn’t love easy meals right? This week I tried my hand at making Instapot Pot Roast! Now I’ll admit, it isn’t the prettiest dish out there (obviously) but man did it taste good! It’s nice and hot, the meat was tender and the veggies were full of flavor. And the best part? It took under 2 hours to make! Whatttt? Yes! Let’s check out how easy it is to make it!
Ever just get that craving for something sweet late at night but you don’t want to spend the time making something (or eat so many calories late at night)? Me too! Some of you know that I love my Instapot, mostly for easy weeknight dinners, but as I have recently discovered it’s easy to make super awesome desserts in it too! My little family loves all things apples. Applesauce, apple slices, apple pie, all of it. So naturally I had to try out some Instant Pot Baked Apples! It’s the easy and fast way to make baked apples, and man-oh-man are they tasty. The best part? It takes 8 minutes to make 6 of them. (Yes, really). Continue reading
This recipe is very simple and delicious! This is a great recipe that is perfect for a family night or dinner with friends! Give this a try and tell me how you like it! I’m sure you will enjoy it as much as my family did!
1 TBSP of Olive oil (or any other oil you prefer)
1 Large Onion
1.5-2lbs Beef Roast
1 Pound Carrots (I prefer the organic rainbow carrots)
1 Pound Dutch Yellow Baby Potatoes
24 Ounces of beef stock or vegetable stock
1 TSP Garlic
1 TSP Onion powder
1 TSP Garlic powder
1 TSP Worcestershire Sauce
1 TSP Soy Sauce
Salt and Pepper to taste
Grab the knife and peeler and do all the prep work first!
Lay out the Beef Roast first so it can get close to room temperature.
Peel the carrots and dice into about 2-3” pieces.
Slice the onion into rings and separate.
Measure all dry and wet ingredients. Once that is done, Rub the beef roast with salt and pepper.
Drizzle the oil into the pan and turn to sear.
Add the sliced onions to the pot and let them cook for about 5 minutes and toss them around, so they don’t stick.
Remove the onions and place the beef roast into the pot and let it sit there for 3 minutes, then rotate and do the other side for 3 minutes. Stand it up and do each of the ends as well for about 3 minutes too. Once that is done add your carrots and potatoes.
Mix the broth, garlic, onion powder, garlic powder, worcestershire sauce, soy sauce and pour into the pot as well. Give one good stir then close the lid and press the manual button to cook for 1 hour.Continue reading