Pressure Cooked Guinness Short RibsFrom pkusmc 3 years ago
- 5 - 6 large beef short ribs shopping list
- 1 cup chicken stock shopping list
- 1 cup beef stock shopping list
- 1 can Guinness Draught (or Murphy's...pretty good by Irish standards, if I say so me self...) shopping list
- 1 T tomato paste shopping list
- 4 scallions, chopped shopping list
- 1 T olive oil shopping list
- S&P to taste (I use about 2 tsp each when seasoning...) shopping list
How to make it
- Season the ribs with salt and pepper See Photo
- Let them rest for a bit while you get the pan ready
- In a large pressure cooker, heat the olive oil on high
- Brown the ribs on all sides See Photo
- Add the beef and chicken stock, along with the Guinness (make sure ribs are covered in liquid...if not, add more beef stock) See Photo
- Add 3 chopped scallions, reserving one for garnish See Photo
- Add the tomato paste and then cover
- Bring pressure to high and then lower heat to med low, or low...whatever it takes to maintain the high pressure on your stove top. Mine needs to be at a "3 1/2 - 4", or Medium low.
- As soon as you achieve the high pressure, start your timer at 45 minutes
- When done, allow the pressure to release naturally by taking it off the heat and waiting until the cover will come off.
- Serve with a few tablespoons of the liquid and the fresh chopped scallions as garnish.
No Pressure Cooker?
- If you do not have a pressure cooker, no problem. It just takes longer. In a heavy bottomed pot, sear the ribs, add the liquid and make sure the ribs are covered completely. Bring to a boil, cover, and reduce the temp to a simmer. Cook for 2 1/2 to 3 hours. Same, delicious result.
- A normal portion for me is 3 ribs, but I'm a hungry guy. Ladies, two will probably be enough. A large pressure cooker can do twice the recipe, here, without an issue.
The Cookpkusmc Worcester, USA
The Rating3 people
Hey PK! I am finally going to try your short rib recipe. The pressure cooker is standing by, waiting... LOLdennydca in Las Vegas loved it
These were excellent!!! It was so easy to make, and the hardest part was waiting for the pressure cooker to de-pressurize!!! Will be making these again real soon as there were no leftovers. Great recipe!dennydca in Las Vegas loved it
This sounds great. I picked up a pressure cooker, a few months ago (still in the box) and been looking for something to try it on. Thanks for sharing.mrpiggy in Mendocino County loved it