Mongolian Beef Recipe -Cosori Pressure Cooker


Okay I have my pressure cooker on saute.
I have one tablespoon of olive oil and a little bit of sesame oil in here. You
don’t need to add the sesame oil if you don’t want to. I have just under a pound
and a half of top sirloin you can use flank steak or whatever kind of beef you
like. I have mine cut pretty thinly because that’s the way I like it. The
thickness is up to you. I’m going to go ahead add this into the pressure cooker
and brown this up we should it take about two minutes. I love the smell of sesame
oil. This has been browning for a couple minutes I’m gonna go ahead and add about
two to three cloves of garlic and I’m gonna let that go for about another
minute. Okay now we’re gonna go ahead and add 1/2 a cup of water, 1 cup of soy
sauce and this recipe calls for one teaspoon of minced ginger I do not have
that so I’m just gonna add a little bit of ground ginger, just a little. Go
ahead and give that a quick mix. Now I’m gonna go ahead and put the lid on.Make sure it’s
on the lock position which it is. You’re gonna go ahead and hit the meat stew
button, then adjust and we want it on the lowest setting.
We’re on low and we are ready to go. FYI I forgot one ingredient. I
knew I was forgetting something. I added a half a cup of brown sugar this recipe
calls for a cup and a half of brown sugar to me that’s just way too much so
keep that in mind. Adjust to your liking. Again I added half
a cup of brown sugar. Okay our 25 minutes this up I’m gonna go
ahead and give this a quick release. okay I’m gonna go ahead and carefully
open this up. I went ahead and pushed our saute button again. It smells
wonderful. Now I have our thickening agent which is 2 tablespoons of
cornstarch and 3 tablespoons of cold water. Go ahead and pour that in. I’m
gonna stir this until it thickens should not take long. Also I’m gonna add a
little bit of green onion to this. Okay I have it at the thickness where I want it. Okay I have our mongolian beef over some
white rice. I wish you all could smell this it smells absolutely wonderful. Oh my goodness, that is so good. The beef is
so tender. I believe the sweetness is perfect. Remember I added half a cup of
brown sugar. The recipe called for a cup and a half. I really think that’s
overkill but I’m leaving that totally up to you.
I made this once before in a crock pot and that took six hours this
took 25 minutes plus a little prep time I hope you give this a try quick and
easy and delicious. Like, subscribe, share if you want. Thank you so much for
watching and I will see you soon.

22 comments on “Mongolian Beef Recipe -Cosori Pressure Cooker”

  1. m&mcooking says:

    Looks amazing and easy to make too!! πŸ™‚

  2. Astral Auto Repairs says:

    LOL, what did he say? A cup and a half does seem like too much to me also. Your husband has GOT to be loving all the different recipes you be making, that looks so good, and I was going to ask you does the meat come out tender, but you answered it at the end, GREAT RECIPE!

  3. Lasse's Food and Barbecue says:

    Looks really nice.
    One day i will cave and get a pressurecooker hehe

    Thank you Kelly

  4. My Kitchen Food says:

    Yummy delicious πŸ‘πŸΌπŸ‘πŸΌπŸ‘πŸΌπŸ‘πŸΌπŸ˜‹

  5. ANN POLLARD says:

    That looks delicious πŸ˜‹

  6. NoneMechanic101 says:

    One of my favor meal is beef stew. But this looks good

  7. Lucille Ball says:

    Oh my that looks sooooo good!!!! And I too think the brown sugar was way too much and glad you cut it back. And your taste buds loved it. Thanks Kelly, have to make this and love the pressure cooker more and more…… Claudia

  8. Food Porn Network says:

    Kelly that looks so good! I am going to try this one!

  9. COOKINGWITHDOUG says:

    This looks ABSOTIVELY FANTASTIC!!! 😘😘😘😍😎

  10. Tina Kernell says:

    Looks so good! I need to get a pressure cooker!

  11. Mikels Productions Frankfurt says:

    WOW, looks soooo yummy delicious!! Big like my friend!! :-))

  12. THEREALSHOWBBQ says:

    It's been a long time since having something like this. Great recipe and simple to do. That's just what I like.

  13. Peter and Yen says:

    Wow Kelly this recipe looks AMAZING! the beef looks so tender, juicy and the gravy….. Looks like it smells wonderful! hahaha thank you for sharing the recipe. Newly subbed. If you have a minute please check out our food and travel channel too πŸ™‚

  14. Mel's Simple Meals says:

    Looks delicious! Mongolian beef is my favorite thing to get at Chinese restaurants πŸ™‚ yummy !

  15. She Cook's says:

    Mangolian beef looks super delicious.

  16. Ellen's Homemade Delights says:

    Looks Magically Delicious πŸ˜‹

  17. Homemade by Remya Surjith says:

    Delicious beef recipe πŸ‘ŒπŸ‘ŒπŸ˜πŸ˜

  18. Dominique's Kitchen says:

    Wow… this beef really looks juicy and tender. I also make mine in the pressure cooker and I always add a little bit of vinegar to make it even more tender ! And yes… the husbands are lucky guys with us kitchen princesses, aren't they πŸ˜‰ Like 36 and fv !!Γ¨

  19. Chris Nutter says:

    Thank you!

  20. Silver Wolverine says:

    Why the lowest setting?

  21. Nanette Lanza says:

    That does look delicious. I will definitely try that. I am a new owner of a Cosori. Last night I hard boiled a dozen eggs in it. Love it. Thank you for this great recipe.

  22. C_ Farther says:

    well done, great demo.

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