You can stop your search for the perfect instant pot beef stew recipe. You’ve found it. You’re done. And you’re welcome.
About a year ago we jumped on the Instant Pot(IP) craze and haven’t looked back. We use the “IP” for making those weeknight meals that we can eat for a few days in a row. Typically that includes a soup of some kind or a giant cut of meat and vegetables. We are always influenced a little from one recipe or another to form one that is truly our own and will try to blog them more.
We have the 8-Quart Duo – https://www.amazon.com/Instant-Pot-Programmable-Pressure-Steamer/dp/B01B1VC13K
This stew is perfect for the cold Winter evenings when you crave a hearty meal with big chunks of vegetables and tender cuts of steak. The acidic tomato flavor is perfectly balanced against the wine and beef broth to form a delicious and addicting soup that your family will want again and again.
Without further ado, the Norcal Foodies Instant Pot Beef Stew aka “The Greatest Beef Stew Recipe that Ever Lived.” #wehavefun
- 2 lbs or more boneless Chuck Roast, cubed small
- 1 whole red onion, chopped
- 1 whole bulb garlic, approx 12 cloves, chopped or crushed
- 2 celery stalks, finely chopped
- 1.5 lbs fingerling potatoes, quartered
- 16 oz sliced mushrooms (we buy pre-sliced)
- 1 lb baby carrots
- 2 cups organic beef broth
- 1 box chopped tomatoes(around 26oz) or fresh
- 1 box tomato sauce(around 17oz) or fresh
- 1 cup red wine, we used Cabernet
- 4 tbsp Worcestershire sauce
- 2 cups organic frozen corn
- 2 cups organic frozen peas
- 1 tbsp Salt
- 1 tbsp ground black Pepper
- 1 tbsp dried oregano
- 1 tbsp dried crushed basil
- Cut up red onion and throw directly in the IP, or set aside in a bowl. (I realized after making this that I could have just thrown these chopped items directly in the instant pot because I’m not searing anything first.)
- Cut up the Celery and Garlic and set aside, or throw directly in the Pot.
- Slice up your beef into smaller cubes or rectangles. Whatever shape you like.
- Add everything to the pot and season along the way with salt, pepper, oregano, basil. I didn’t actually measure at all on the seasonings.
- Stir it all up well, add some more spices if you like. Make sure all the ingredients are coated with the sauce and seasonings. Close the lid and make sure your steam setting is set to “sealing.” Choose manual high pressure for 40 minutes. When done we do a Quick Pressure Release, but you can choose to do a natural if you prefer.
- THE FINAL STEP – Once you open up the pot, stir in your 2 cups each of frozen peas and frozen corn. Serve and enjoy.
Let us know what you think. Remember to make it your own and add less or more of whatever you prefer. You could add some cilantro, or stir in some kale or other greens at the end. Some people add sour cream on top as well. Try it all!
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