Pressure Cooker Swiss Steak ~ How to Make Swiss Steak ~ Instant Pot Recipe ~ Noreen’s Kitchen


Hi everyone welcome back to my kitchen today, we’re gonna use our pressure cooker one more time This is going to be a pressure cooker version of my Swiss steak recipe we’re gonna make everything in the pressure cooker We’re gonna brown off the meat. We’re gonna cook it and it’s gonna take a little under 45 minutes, and it’s gonna be awesome Let’s go see how this all comes together Okay, we’re gonna go over all the ingredients first for our pressure cooker Swiss steak It’s very similar to my Swiss steak that I make in my crock pot That video is almost 8 years old so I think it’s probably time to go ahead and Do an update first off. I have some cube steak here I’ve got a really good sale they were buy one get one free so I got two packages This is just round steak That’s been run through a Swiss eMachine and if you didn’t know This recipe isn’t Swiss the term Swiss steak means that the meat has been run through a cubing machine or a Swiss EMachine and that’s why it’s called Swiss steak. I’m gonna use some mushrooms, but I didn’t have any canned mushrooms in my pantry so I went ahead and I rehydrated some dehydrated mushrooms in some beef stock Which we’re also going to be using in this recipe I have a couple of cups of flour Seasoned with my sejun steak seasoning which is right here. I’ll leave a link down below to where you can find that 28 ounce can of diced tomatoes 1 medium onion sliced 3 stalks of celery diced and then we’re gonna get into these seasonings that I’m using I’m also gonna use a tablespoon of Worcestershire sauce 2 tablespoons of Shirley J onion seasoning which is right here, and I love it for beef things or anytime I need a little oniony goodness added This is very similar to onion soup mix And I will make sure I note that in the recipe that you can find on my website There will be a link down below the video you can use an envelope of Regular onion soup mix if you don’t have this But if you would like to try this I will leave a link for you to the Shirley J Website where you can get yourself some? We’re also gonna be using 1/3 of a cup of Shirley J. Beef slow cooker seasoning You don’t have to use this, but this is a really great way to flavor up your Swiss steak We’re also gonna be using a cup of ketchup, so what we’re gonna do now we’re gonna bring the pressure cooker over I’m gonna go ahead and dredge the meat in the seasoned flour and then we’re gonna move on and it’s gonna be super easy It’s gonna take no time at all to do this We’re gonna Brown it up a little then we’re going to get a little and you’re gonna Love it so let me get that done And we’ll bring bring you back as soon as we’re ready to move on I’ve been browning off the mistake just a little bit we want to get some color on there and I’m just going to go ahead and do it right in my pressure cooker now. This isn’t a lease. It’s the 10 quart and If I want to brown, I just have to put it on soup and stew and it’s gonna be like sauteing And it’ll stay hot for me until I get that task done I’ve browned off the rest of this and this is what it looks like so as soon as this in here is finished Then we’ll move on and we’ll start constructing our Swiss steak and it’ll take Just a little bit of time and you’ll be on your way to dinner our meat is all brown and it’s over here But first I just want to get all my veggies in here so in with the onions celery I’m just gonna give these a little quick stir It’s also gonna help give some those brown bits up off the bottom those are gonna add great flavor Don’t even worry about them, and of course as this cooks those are gonna Come up anyway, and you don’t have to saute these. I just want to get them in there They’re gonna take up some of that oil, and they’re gonna soften just a little bit and start cooking I’m gonna add my mushrooms, which I have drained out of The liquid because I may not need all that liquid Mushrooms are completely optional here. I use them sometimes and sometimes. I don’t we’re gonna go ahead and add the meat back in See just dump it in And then we’ll add all of our liquids let’s see Here’s our 28 ounce can of diced tomatoes Here’s our 1 cup of ketchup And if you guys like pepper steak if you add like a red and a green bell pepper in here Then you’ll have some great pepper steak as well. I’m gonna add my slow cooker seasoning my onions seasoning My tablespoon of Worcestershire sauce we don’t want to put too much because too much horst assure is like ooh is like too much Cloves you can actually have too much Give this a bit of a stir or actually just kind of judge. It around a little we’re gonna need that liquid So I have about three cups of broth here from soaking my mushrooms And we’re ready to go it looks fabulous it smells great, and now we’re just gonna put it under pressure. You’ll want to Consult your owners manual for whatever a particular brand or model of pressure cooker you own I do not have a instant pot and But I do have this elite model, and I also have a power pressure xl6 quart So you’ll want everybody every single one is a little bit different So you’ll want to make sure you know how to operate yours to the best of your ability so that you have a very favorable outcome I’m going to put mine on meat and chicken and I’m going to pressurize it for 20 minutes and then It’ll come up to pressure. It’ll cook for 20 minutes It’ll come off of pressure And we’ll be back when it’s time to have dinner our pressure cooker has come down from pressure I did quick-release it after about 10 minutes it smells Fabulous here is our Swiss steak ready to go it looks fantastic it’s nice and tender and You’re gonna take cube steak to the next level So we’re gonna go ahead and serve this up with some mashed potatoes and some green beans And I’ll be right back, and I’ll show you what it looks like well there You have it all plated up and ready for dinner This is our pressure cooker Swiss steak very similar to the Swiss steak recipe that I make in my slow cooker this way It’s just a little more quick, and I know Rick is ready to taste this right you see how tender this is look at that Super tender and it’s hot There you go. What do you think is it good? Mmm. That’s delicious mm-hmm Really good, this is fantastic You can make this and make sure you make enough for leftovers Because they’re gonna make great Lunches to take to work with you this week that is how you make my version of pressure cooker Swiss steak I hope you give it a try if you like the video, please consider giving me a thumbs up And if you’re new to my kitchen welcome We have tons of other pressure cooker recipes available in a pressure cooker Playlist if you came here looking for pressure cooker recipes you came to the right place I hope that you’ll stick around and hit that subscribe button and As always if you are a tried-and-true member of the Noreen’s kitchen family go down below and ring my bell Because they don’t want you to miss out on all the real food for real people real easy recipes that we present all the time right here on our YouTube channel and straight from our kitchen I hope you give this pressure cooker version of Swiss steak a try sometime soon And I hope you love it and until next time. I’ll see ya

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