Tips For Success With A Cooking Beef Roast In A Pressure Cooker
A grilled steak is always a good meal, but sometimes you just do not have time to wait around for that. You either want to get that grill up and cooking, or you are in the mood for a good steak dinner. Either way, you can take a few simple steps to make that happen.
Notes: *I usually use aluminum foil for this that is rolled thin. This really cuts down on the mess, as well as keeping the heat evenly distributed. Besides, you can cook this dish with a smaller roast; it was just serving the five of us. Plus some leftover vegetables that I picked up at the grocery store. The browned, crumbled herb crust that you receive from the roasting pan is what you need to cook a beef roast like this, and you’ll get more surface space with two smaller roasts than you would with a single large one.
Directions: Place the beef in a roasting pan, cover with aluminum foil and pre-heat at medium-high until it’s almost burning. Don’t open the foil until the first side is done because you’ll want to flip. Once it’s flipped, carefully slide the aluminum foil off the top and place it on a cooling rack. Keep your roasting time about 10 minutes shorter than the cooking time for the potatoes.
How cook a beef roast. Let the beef and potatoes sit overnight in the refrigerator. When you’re ready to cook them the next day, simply open the foil and flip.
Cooked meat and potatoes will be soft within about five minutes. Remember, the longer you cook potatoes, the more firm they will be. Don’t overcook them.
Another option is to add some extra gravy to the vegetables at the end of cooking. Just save the extra gravy for a second serving. Just be sure to remove the potatoes and carrots before serving.
You’ll want to add the potatoes and carrots about one hour before you begin cooking the meat. Then, you can add the rest of the ingredients including the parsley, celery, onions, garlic, salt, pepper, herbs (Mary, thyme, etc.). And also don’t forget a tomato sauce. Use your pressure cooker if you are using one to cook this dish. If you are using a stove-top, just bring it too high and keep it low. Until all the ingredients have been placed into the pot.
Now, here’s how you cook a beef roast. Using a fork or your fingers, start to carve the meat while it is still alive.
Do this by turning the meat by pressing down on it with the heel of your hand and moving it side to side. Do this repeatedly and be sure that you pay attention to where the tenderest spots are on the rib bones. Remember that this is the part that will give you the most tender beef during the whole roasting process.
About five minutes before the roast is done, take it out of the cooker and let it rest for about ten to fifteen minutes. It is best to let it rest for this length of time. Because the meat will be a little longer than if you leave it in the cooker for too long. This way the liquid can penetrate it and cook it a little longer than if you let it cook quickly. Also, by taking it out of the cooker and resting for this length of time you will ensure that you roast the meat evenly. If the roast is not cooked evenly, then you can add the liquid right away and continue to roast the meat.
The next step in cooking a rib-eye roast is to flip it over so that it can sit right side up. Since this is a large roast, it is going to take a lot of effort to turn it.
Just keep in mind that you want the bottom of the roast to cook faster since it is the driest part of the meat. Once it is fully flipped, move it to the oven and preheat it for at least one hour.
After the pressure cooker has been heated through and lets heat for about ten minutes, you can start to add the liquid. At this point, it is probably a good idea to use a sauce so that you don’t over-brown the beef. The sauce will help give it a rich flavor as well as help to seal in some of the juices that may have been left in the meat. When using the sauce, it is best to make sure that it is at room temperature unless you are using it immediately. Then just continue with the pressure release valve and let it cook for an additional ten minutes.
Once the meat has finished cooking, you will want to remove it from the pot roast. And let it rest for about five to ten minutes before you serve it. It will be easier to drain the juices if you do not wait too long between stages. This way you can also make sure that the flavors are properly infused in the meat.