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
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I have made almost the same so I know they are delish! I add a German light beer when I make mine in the electric pressure cooker!midgelet in Eastern 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
mrpiggy in Mendocino County loved it