Cauliflower Ground Beef Curry – Instant Pot Keema


Hello everyone! Welcome to Leelalicious. My name is Regina. This is my kitchen and today I’m going to show you how to make
Cauliflower and Ground Beef Curry in the pressure cooker.
*music* This cauliflower ground beef curry is a perfect weeknight family dinner meal. It’s always a huge
hit with everyone, because it’s flavorful but not spicy. But of course if you do
like spicy foods, you can always add more chili flakes or some hot sauce to your
liking. Let’s get started by preheating the pressure cooker. Press the Sauté
button and then wait until the display shows HOT. Now add two tablespoons of
avocado or olive oil and one medium diced onion. Sauté the onion for a couple of
minutes until it’s starting to look translucent and now add two minced
garlic cloves. Sauté the garlic with the onion for another minute or so until it’s starting to look browned. And then add 1 pound of lean
ground beef. Start to break up the beef with a spatula. And now add your
seasonings. I really like to season meat while it’s browning because I find it
absorbs so much more flavor this way and of course you can always adjust
seasonings afterwards. The spices we’re using are salt, black pepper, curry powder,
ground coriander, cumin, turmeric, red chilli flakes and just the touch of
cinnamon. Keep sautéing the meat until it’s browned. Once the meat is browned
press the cancel button to stop the sauté function and add half a cup of
water to deglaze the bottom of your pressure cooker. Be sure to scrape up any brown bits from the bottom of the pressure cooker. Because those could
otherwise cause the dreaded burn function. To the pressure cooker add one
medium carrot, sliced into coins. About ten mini potatoes, diced into quarters
and half a head of cauliflower cut into small florets. On top of the vegetables
add 2 cups of crushed tomatoes and at this point it’s so important to NOT stir!
Listen again! DO NOT STIR by any means because tomatoes – when they touch the bottom of
the pressure cooker – also are one of the major causes off the dreaded burn
function. Just close the pressure cooker now, turn the pressure valve to the
sealing position and set the pressure cooker to cook on
high pressure for five minutes. Once the pressure cooking time is up, quick release the pressure by moving the valve to the venting position. When all
pressure is released you can open the pressure cooker and enjoy the beautiful
aroma that is filling your kitchen now. Add chopped parsley to your liking and
stir everything together. Serve this delicious comfort food meal over steamed white or brown rice or even quinoa and enjoy! If you enjoyed this recipe but you
don’t actually have a pressure cooker, I also have stovetop cooking instructions
on my blog. Check the link below for that. And thank you guys so much for
watching. If you enjoyed this video please give it a big thumbs up, share it
with your friends and I will see you soon with another delicious recipe!
Bye for now!

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