๐Ÿ˜‹French Dip Sandwich Recipe – Pressure Cooker- (Cosori)๐Ÿ˜‹

Hi everyone today we are going to be
making these wonderful french dips in the pressure cooker today. so easy to do
and so delicious. Let’s go ahead and get started. I’m going to be using a rump
roast. It’s just over two pounds. I’m going to take this out of the package and add
some salt, pepper, and some garlic powder. I’m gonna hit the saute button so this
can be heating up. I’m going to add some salt, garlic powder and pepper which I’m going
to have to do with the camera off because I need both hands for that. And I
added pepper. I’m going to go ahead turn this over and do the other side. Okay I
just finished seasoning the other side. Let’s move over to the pressure cooker
real quick. FYI, on my corsori when you push the saute button make sure you hit
start otherwise it won’t heat up. I’m gonna to add
some olive oil. I’m gonna go ahead and add my roast. We are going to sear both
sides. I’m going to go ahead and flip this over and sear the other side. The other side is
done searing. I’m gonna go ahead and remove this. Now I’m going to add a
medium chopped onion.I’m going to saute this until it’s nice and soft. Okay my onions have been sauteing for
about three minutes. I’m gonna go ahead and add two cups of beef stock, you can
use broth or bouillon. We want to get these bits off the bottom. That is flavor. I’m going to go ahead and add the rest of my two cups
of beef stock. I’m gonna go ahead and turn my pressure cooker off. I’m gonna
get my roast and put that back in. Now we’re gonna put our lid on, lock it. Make sure your pressure valve is locked.
Okay now we are ready to get this going. We are going to want to put this on a
hundred minutes. I know that’s quite a while but we want our beef nice and
tender. I’m gonna hit the manual button, then pressure temp we want this on
high pressure so I’m gonna hit the plus button until we get to high pressure.
Cook time and we want that again on a hundred minutes. we are ready to push start. Now I am
going to let this do a natural release when this is done which should take
about twenty minutes or so. Okay it’s been 20 minutes. I’m gonna go
ahead and release any pressure that may be left. Which was no pressure whatsoever.
I’m going to go ahead and carefully open this up. I meant to add about a tablespoon of Worcestershire
sauce to this and I totally forgot. So if you want to do that go ahead but I think
this is going to be just fine without it. I’m gonna go ahead and take our roast
out. And I’m going to carefully take our juice and strain it. You know if you want
you can totally leave the onions in here. I’m not going to waste this I’m going to
go ahead and put this on my sandwich. that is so good
You can add cheese to this if you want. I don’t like cheese on my french dip
sandwiches for some reason. This is so good you all. I hope you all give this a
try and I failed to mention that the beef was so tender. This was really,
really good. Thank you all so much for watching and I will see you soon.

30 comments on “๐Ÿ˜‹French Dip Sandwich Recipe – Pressure Cooker- (Cosori)๐Ÿ˜‹”

  1. Dave. says:

    Yup, That start button might help it cook. LOL.

  2. The Gourmet Grandad says:

    Great looking sandwiches right up my street—first like from me

  3. Lucille Ball says:

    Hi Kelley, That looks soooooo good!!! Thank you so much for showing how to do this in the pressure cooker, and I love the fact that you did a relatively small roast too, just perfect for hubby and I. And of course I saw that you toasted your roll in our Cooks Essentials air fryer, that was the icing on the cake girl. So you know what I have buy this week don't you, yep, a small rump roast, oh yummy….. Hugs to you pal…..Claudia

  4. Joan Peters says:

    Looks delicious!!

  5. Dominique's Kitchen says:

    This sandwich looks great and what a sophisticated pressure cooker ! ๐ˆ ๐‹๐„๐…๐“ ๐˜๐Ž๐” ๐€ ๐‹๐ˆ๐Š๐„ 3 and … ๐…๐”๐‹๐‹ ๐•๐ˆ๐„๐– ! As always I ๐’๐‡๐€๐‘๐„๐ƒ it on Google+, Twitter and Pinterest. Feel free to watch my new (๐Ž๐‘ ๐Ž๐‹๐ƒ) uploads, only if you haven't already done so. Thanks !

  6. PXT1958 says:

    Looks really tasty. Nice touch slathering the onions on the roasted bread. Although you don't like cheese on it, I guess it could be a Philly Cheesesteak if you added it. Did you shred or slice the beef? Also, if you said it, I missed it. How many pound rump roast did you use? Keep em coming.



  8. Lasse's Food and Barbecue says:

    Looks absolutely great Kelly. Yum

  9. Astral Auto Repairs says:

    I would have never thought that roast would have come out so tender, goes to show that's why I'm not a cook. Oh man, that looked so good with the onions. What sauce did you put on the bread, it seems like there was no sound at that point?

  10. Jaci H says:

    Yum!!!!!! One of our fav sandwiches! Love how you used the pressure cooker and air fryer. Last night we had Chicken wings from our air fryer and pizza made on our pizzazz cooker. We love our gadgets! I have a ? about one of the settings on your pressure cooker. It is labeled โ€œ hot potโ€. What is that used for? Thank you Kelly.

  11. American Tadka Kitchen says:

    Great recipe! Glad I stumbled upon your channel. Definitely gives me inspiration for my own. Keep up the good work!

  12. lisa rogers says:

    Love it !! Thank you

  13. Grace Through Faith [Ephesians 2:8-9] says:

    Looks great. Thinking about getting a pressure cooker now…it seems they've come a long way with all the improvements. Do you recommend the Cosori brand? Or another brand? Thank you & love your recipes.

  14. Alexander Cook says:

    Looks very tasty.

    Am I the only person who noticed that you put the pressure cooker on for 1 hour and not 100 minutes, which would be 1 hour 40 mins. ?

  15. Kelly's Cookin' says:

    You may notice that I set the timer for 1 hour instead of 100 minutes, my mistake of course. The roast was still tender but if you want it to be fall apart (easily shreddable) do 100 minutes.๐Ÿ˜€

  16. Send2ginger says:

    ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ˜ŠLooks so good! Yummo!

  17. Cooter says:

    As with everything you make, this looks great!

  18. She Cook's says:

    wonderful upload my friend.

  19. Ellen's Homemade Delights says:

    Yummy, Yummy In My Tummy!!!

  20. Mel's Simple Meals says:

    Delicious! ! Yummy yummy ๐Ÿ™‚ The roast came out so tender and the onions looked so good ! I really like Cosori ! Great video ๐Ÿ™‚

  21. Catherine's Plates says:

    Love cooking shows. Found your channel and subscribed to see more. Please see my channel and sub if you like. Thanks.

  22. Milica Petkovic says:

    Great way to get it nice and tender. I'm new here to subscribe and leave a like. Greetings!

  23. RoseszaLovesBaking Sabalza says:

    Look tasty ๐Ÿ˜‹๐Ÿ˜ I want to have a pressure cooker too ๐Ÿ˜ but it's so expensive.,can't afford ๐Ÿ˜Š anyways newbie here subbed #2841๐Ÿ˜Š. I hope you subscribe back. Thanks in advance ๐Ÿ˜Š


    A French dip sandwich is my favorite. This looks so delicious. Homemade au jus and toasting that bread has my mouth watering. ๐Ÿ˜

  25. Tus Recetas de Cocina says:

    Que buena pinta tiene!! Tiene que estar muy rico, te doy mi apoyo! Me quedo aquรญ para no perderme nada y disfrutar de tu contenido!!

  26. Jennifer Packers says:

    My mouth is watering.. I don't have a pressure cooker. I may have to invest in one looks easy. I've always been afraid of pressure cookers… lol technology today they're greatly improved. I was afraid of steam burns… lol

  27. Soul Food Cooking says:

    French Dip – one of my favorite things ever!! Thanks for the great video.

  28. Cooking with Tovia says:


  29. CastIronSkilletKitchen says:

    Great looking French Dips Kelly! I could eat atleast 2 of these lol Great video!

  30. p9948 says:

    Yep, I do the same. Try some horseradish and a cold beer for a nice combo on a cold Saturday afternoon. Yum.

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