To Die For Pot Roast – Instant Pot

Hi everyone, this is stephanie manley with today, I’m going to show you how to make but to die for pot roast inside of your instant pot, it’s Amazing you’re gonna turn on your instant pot to saute add a couple tablespoons of vegetable oil and add in Your roast right here. I’m using a chuck roast about 4.5 pounds one package of dry Italian salad dressing mix One package of brown gravy mix and then one package of dry ranch style salad dressing now I know what you’re thinking this has a lot of salt So if you’re in a salt restricted diet pass on this recipe I can’t find equivalents for it And we’re also gonna add one and a half cups of water This recipe is big on flavor it makes an amazing Flavorful craving so to cook it you’re gonna hit your mouth put your instant pot on manual for 60 seconds it defaults to high Now I know you’re gonna Ask it’s a 6 quart instant pot and then what you get is a nice tender roast That has a rich thick creamy gravy You don’t even have to do anything for so if you’re a beginner cook or you just want something this reliable and full of flavor This is a great recipe to try I hope you give it a try be sure to subscribe to my youtube channel here Because I release videos every Sunday and Wednesday and also drop me a comment down below of what you’d like to see next Thanks for watching

23 comments on “To Die For Pot Roast – Instant Pot”

  1. Lisa Mooodina says:

    I think imma need to invest in a instapot.

  2. James Comer says:

    May want to add a card in the video that says 60 MINUTES not seconds.

  3. Marie Monarch says:

    would this recipe work in a slow cooker as well if not which instant pot do you suggest buying I've seen so many different brands so would love to hear your input in that love your videos thank you for this looks so delicious

  4. Snowpink6663 Fine says:

    I would have brown the meat for flavor.

  5. Everyday BBQ & Cuisine says:


  6. Cindy Macs says:

    What size Instant Pot was this cooked in? I’m trying to decide what size to purchase, either a 4 or 6 quart.

  7. Pam Hall says:

    I make this all the time in the crock pot. Will try it in my pressure cooker next time. We ❀️ the recipe. It is one of our favorites.

  8. buddy77587 says:

    And MSG!

  9. QueenStatus says:

    Definitely gonna die eating dead cow. Carcinogenic levels off the charts regardless not cooking her for hours. Tasty though!πŸ™„

  10. Brenda Green says:

    Great recipe Stephanie I will give it a try Tfs!!!πŸ‘ŒπŸ˜‹

  11. Cherish Butler says:

    can you chick-fil-a spicy chicken sandwich

  12. deluilah547 says:


  13. Christa Caal says:

    Do you have any dessert recipes for this slow cooker?

  14. reta strong says:

    I hope you do more Instant Pot recipes.

  15. dfnkt says:

    @Stephanie Manley – I assume @ the 55 second mark you meant to say manual for 60 minutes instead of seconds??

  16. Julie Bergacker says:


  17. Anthony Stefanacci says:

    I love this recipe in the slow cooker, and just recently got an Instant Pot. Question, do you saute both sides before adding the dry mixes or do you just saute one side?

  18. jacero10 says:

    60 secs?

  19. Captinprivate says:

    Made this tonight and it was the best roast I have evr made.. I do have two questions though
    1. If I want to throw in Carrots at the end, how long do I need to cook them to be fork tender ( I tried 4 minutes and they were not done enough)

    2. I added all the packets but the gravy was thin, do you have to cook down your gravy to get it thick?

  20. william wat says:

    wow worked great. I was so surprised how tender it turned out. It was not to mush salt even with the gravy, Italian and ranch seasoning. The meet was not overcooked and easy to cut.

  21. K says:

    tried this, was delish!! thank you

  22. Chris Seim says:

    Ummmmm… gross. Not even seasoning and searing the roast beforehand. No thanks

  23. AlergicToSnow says:

    I think you meant 60 minutes, not 60 seconds

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