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Pot Roast (Pressure Cooker) Recipe

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Donitta Griffith


t tbs. oil
2-3 lbs. beef chuck roast
1 pkg onion soup mix
cup red wine
2 cups water
2 tbs/minced garlic

6 redskin potatoes, halved
2 cups baby carrots
1 small onion, quartered
2 stalks celery, cut in 2" pieces
2 tbs. corn starch Optional)

1. Add oil to pressure cooker and heat on "brown"
2. Sprinkle the top of the roast with half of the onion soup mix.
3. Place the roast, seasoned side down in pressure cooker to brown. Sprinkle the remaining soup mix over top as the bottom browns
4. Pour the in the red wine, stab roast with a fork and push meat around the bottom of the pan to release the glaze created.
5. Add the remaining roast ingredients and cooker to high and cook for 40 minutes.
6. Perform a quick release. Add vegetables and cook for 5 minutes.
7. After pressure is safely removed, serve in the au jus from the cooker. To Thicken juices to a gravy, combine the corn starch with 2 tbs. water in a small dish then stir into cooker on high or "brown" to desired thickness.




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