Amish Style Beef & Noodles ~ Pressure Cooker Recipe ~Noreen’s Kitchen

A number of you have actually been asking for even more pressure cooker recipes because you have gotten them as holiday gifts! I additionally know that my good friend Heather at The Kneady Homesteader channel will be obtaining one supplied to her door soon! An unique surprise from her hubby!

Rick recently asked for beef and also noodles and we adjusted this dish for the pressure cooker in order to make a recipe that can be made a little bit quicker. This has slow cooked preference yet only took about 90 minutes to make from beginning to end. So, when you are in a hurry, however still wish to make a wonderful dinner, this is the solution.

I used a 3 extra pound chuck roast as well as cut it well, removing all the huge fatty pockets and also reducing the wonderful marbled meat into 1 inch dices. We browned the meat in a little oil and added all the various other components. Pressure prepared, according to my producers instructions for 12 mins as well as allowed for a natural release, which I favor when cooking beef and pork. Once it was opened up, we added some Wondra flour to enlarge the sauce, cooked some egg noodles and polished carrots and also supper was offered!

If you do not have an electric pressure cooker, not to fret! You could make this in your slow cooker, just brownish the meat in a skillet and also add all the components to the crockery after that cook on high for 6 hours or on low for 8 hrs as well as you could thicken your gravy in a comparable style.

I wish you provide this pressure cooked Amish design beef as well as noodles a shot and also I hope you like it!

Happy consuming!

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Amish Style Beef & Noodles ~ Pressure Cooker Recipe ~Noreen's Kitchen

 

Amish Style Beef & Noodles ~ Pressure Cooker Recipe ~Noreen's Kitchen

Many of you have been asking for more pressure cooker recipes since you have received them as holiday gifts! I also know that my good friend Heather at The Kneady Homesteader channel will be getting one delivered to her door very soon! A special surprise from her hubby!

Rick recently requested beef and noodles and we adapted this recipe for the pressure cooker in order to make a dish that could be made a bit more quickly. This has slow cooked taste but only took about 90 minutes to make from start to finish. So, when you are in a hurry, but still want to make a fabulous supper, this is the answer.

I used a 3 pound chuck roast and trimmed it well, removing all the large fatty pockets and cutting the lovely marbled meat into 1 inch cubes. We browned the meat in a bit of oil and added all the other ingredients. Pressure cooked, according to my manufacturers instructions for 12 minutes and allowed for a natural release, which I prefer when cooking beef and pork. Once it was opened, we added some Wondra flour to thicken the gravy, cooked some egg noodles and glazed carrots and dinner was served!

If you don't have an electric pressure cooker, not to worry! You can make this in your slow cooker, just brown the meat in a skillet and add all the ingredients to the crock then cook on high for 6 hours or on low for 8 hours and you can thicken your gravy in a similar fashion.

I hope you give this pressure cooked Amish style beef and noodles a try and I hope you love it!

Happy eating!

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