“Good humor comes from the kitchen”! You know that is an Irish saying.
There are so many comforting Irish quotes pertaining to good ole’ comfort food and eating. The Irish are indeed a lovely nationality and the country side of Ireland is one that will forever me etched in my mind.
Today, given it is St. Patrick’s day my husband and I wanted to make Guinness beef stew in the pressure cooker.
If you missed my corned beef recipe you can check that out here.
So enough said… another quote from the dear old Irish is a stew boiled is a stew spoiled.
That is the beauty of cooking in the pressure cooker, nothing ever boils. It simply simmers up all the beautiful flavors that food truly does have.
This wonderful Guinness stew does not only have to be for St. Patrick’s day, obviously. It’s just an all year round tasty, healthy and delicious stew. My husband got a little creative on the veggie platter. The vegetable go in last. They only take about 6-7 minutes, and are completely cooked and so delicious.
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How to make Guinness Beef stew in the Pressure cooker
Guinness Beef Stew in the Pressure Cooker
- 2 LBS Beef Stew Meat Or Chuck Roast
- 2 Cups Onion Rough Chopped
- 1 Bag Baby Carrots
- 3-4 Whole Parsnips Peeled and Chunked
- 1/2 LB Yokon Potatoes Sliced
- 6 oz Tomato Paste
- 2 TSP Dried Thyme
- 4 TBSP Fresh Parsley Chopped
- 1 Pint Guiness Extra Stout
- 32 OZs Beef Broth
- 1 Dash Salt and Pepper to Taste
- 1/2 Stick Garlic and Herb Butter
- 1 Whole Shallot
- 2 Cups Green Beans
- First take your half a stick of garlic/herb butter and put in your pot, saute' mode. You can use vegetable oil as well, but the butter is so much better.
- Place your meat, onions and shallot in the pot and lightly saute' getting everything nice and lightly brown.
- Add 2 tbsp. of tomato paste. Only plain tomato paste, nothing with garlic, or basil, etc. Stir well.
- Add your bottle of Guinness, and beef broth.
- Hit stew/meat option button on your pressure cooker and set for 30 minutes on normal pressure.
- Once the cycle is finished, you can do a Quick release option and then add in all your vegetables, carrots, potatoes and green beans and remaining tomato paste. Stir well. Be sure to submerge all the vegetables int he broth. Close lid, seal and set on manual for 6-7 minutes. QR option when finished.
- Serve with a side of sour dough bread and enjoy!
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