This new year my goal is to make meals that are simple and fast! I love using my crockpot and I have several favorite recipes, but once I got my pressure cooker, it has made my life so much easier! I can make the same meals they use to take 6-8 hours and make them in my instant pot in about 15 minutes to an hour. There is one recipe I hardly ever make, and that is Pot Roast! It takes so long to slow cook. I decided to give it a shot in my pressure cooker, and I’ve now added this instant pot pressure cooker pot roast recipe to my favorite list! Even my kids loved it and ate it all! Now that is a keeper.
Instant Pot Pressure Cooker Pot Roast Recipes
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!
This Instant Pot Pressure Cooker Pot Roast Recipe serves about six people
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.
Once it is done cooking, release the pressure and remove to a serving plate and bowl.
It was hard to keep together because it was so tender! You can easily shred and enjoy! If you like homemade gravy just take about a cup of the broth mixture and one tablespoon of flour, arrowroot or cassava flour and whisk well for a minute and serve!
This easy Instant Pot Pressure Cooker Pot Roast Recipe will leave your family begging for more! My kids even loved it!