Pressure Cooker Peppercorn Beef | Healthy Recipe


Pressure Cooker Peppercorn Beef | Healthy Recipe

Pressure Cooker Peppercorn Beef | Healthy Recipe


It's January as I type this, and one of the most exciting foodie gifts I got for Christmas this year was my pressure cooker. This had been on my wanted list for a while as pressure cookers simulate the effects of long braising within a shorter time. As I am obsessed with slow cooker recipes, it made sense to try out the opposite!

Pressure Cooker Peppercorn Beef | Healthy Recipe

It took a little while to get used to, but once I had figured out how to use it, I was on a roll. This is one of the first recipes that I created for the new pressure cooker, so wanted to share it with you. 

You can experiment with this recipe and add in extra veggies or flavours. I served mine with creamy garlic mash and roasted veggies. 


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Pressure Cooker Peppercorn Beef Recipe

Pressure Cooker Peppercorn Beef | Healthy Recipe




Extra Easy Syn Value: Syn Free

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You will need:


500g beef chunks, all visible fat removed. 
2 teaspoons cracked black peppercorns
1 large onion, thinly sliced
2 cloves garlic, sliced (can be made up from cubes)
750 ml beef stock
1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce
250 baby new potatoes
Handful of button mushrooms, sliced
1 tablespoon fat free fromage frais
1 tablespoon tomato puree


Method:


Add all the ingredients (except the fat free fromage frais) to the pressure cooker. 

Follow you pressure cooker instructions to get it up to pressure

Leave to cook for 20 minutes in pressure cooker

To cook in the slow cooker, cook for 5 hours on low.

To cook in then oven, cook for 45 mins at 180 degrees

Allow steam to leave the pot slowly, then remove and stir through the fat free fromage frais and serve.

Notes

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8 comments

  1. This sounds amazing, I am going to have to try this recipex

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  2. Mellissa Williams9 January 2019 at 16:06

    Oh wow, what a delicious looking dish! I'll definitely be giving this a try

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  3. I do love a good beef dish so this looks really tasty, it always reminds me that I need to use our slow cooker more x

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  4. I've not used a pressure cooker before, I've only just got a slow cooker - but this recipe looks delicious! x

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  5. My mother always used a pressure cooker when I was growing up, I haven't seen or heard of one for years!

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  6. I'm obsessed with my Slow Cooker but haven't tried a pressure cooker yet. This recipe looks delicious.

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  7. This looks mouthwatering! And I can't get over how quickly it cooks in a pressure cooker - I really must get one!

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  8. Oooh this looks incredible! And you cannot beat a pressure cooker. I'm so sad mine had to be binned, lol!

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