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CUBED STEAK & GRAVY (Instant Pot) Recipe

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1¼ cups Water
1 can French Onion Soup
1 can Cream of Chicken Soup
1 packet Au Jus Gravy mix
4 Cube Steaks (about 2 lbs.)
¼ cup of Water
3 tbsp Cornstarch

Pour 1¼ cups of Water, French Onion Soup, Cream of Chicken Soup and packet of Au Jus Gravy Miix into Instant Pot. Whisk together well.

Place Cubed Steak into pot making sure to coat the pieces in the Gravy.

Close lid, turn valve to “Sealing”. Cook on Manual High pressure for 20 minutes. Note: it will take anywhere from 5-10 minutes to come up to pressure before cooking.

After cooking, carefully turn valve to “Venting” (this is called a “Quick Release”). Be VERY careful of the steam that will quickly come out. Allow the steam to fully unleash before unlocking lid.

Turn the Instant Pot to the sauté setting. Remove the Cubed Steaks. In a small bowl or measuring cup, mix together ¼ cup of Water with Cornstarch (this is called a “slurry”).

Pour the slurry mixture into the Gravy that is already in the Instant Pot. Whisk well to combine. Continue to whisk until Gravy starts to thicken. Place Cube Steaks back into the pot to warm them back up. Turn off Instant Pot.

Serve Cubed Steak with Gravy over mashed potatoes.




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