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Pressure cooker recipe for roast beef?


I’m wondering if it’s possible to make roast beef (prime rib, NOT pot roast) in the pressure cooker. If I wanted it medium rare, how long would I have to cook it for (and at high or low pressure)? I have a Fagor Duo 8L pressure cooker.

Any other tips would be helpful. I need instructions about how to do this as I have not used a pressure cooker or cooked roast beef before.
I already checked google before I posted this question and alot of the recipes out there are for pot roast. In my question, I said I want a recipe for prime rib, NOT pot roast.

No, No, No, It must be roasted , if you boil it you’ll ruin it.

13 thoughts on “Pressure cooker recipe for roast beef?

  1. Teacher says:

    Use the seasonings you use to cook steak. Put the beef in the cooker covered with water at medium temperature for 45-60 mins. Lower the time to get more rare cooking.
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  2. dammitdrag says:

    No, No, No, It must be roasted , if you boil it you’ll ruin it.
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  3. NAN says:

    I would think there would be a much better way to cook prime rib than in a pressure cooker.
    It is such a pristine cut of meat, tender and juicy.
    I thought pressure cooker was for a tough cut of meat.
    Go to http://www.allrecipes.com and see if they have a better way to cook it.
    I have never made prime rib so don’t know how but have had it in restraunts a couple times.
    It is too expensive for my budget.
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  4. thanks !! very helpful post!

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  6. Mike Adams says:

    What about pressure cooker?

    I just had one of this yummies. I'm wondering if you put a dollop into a pressure cooker. I'm thinking of a popcorn kernel. It 'pops' because the water inside the starch boils and expands. The expanding breaks through the kernel's shell and the starch expands amazing amounts when cooked. What I don't understand is how to keep the chip from burning inside the pressure cooker.

    Notice the ingredients is specifically potato starch?

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    Wind is created when some high pressure air escape to a lower pressure region.
    Picture a balloon you have just inflated: you have just increased the internal pressure of the air inside the balloon by forcing it to enter the balloon enveloppe. As you release the opening of the balloon, the high pressure escapes to the outside, this creates a “wind”.

    In the atmosphere, wind is dictated by “atmospheric pressure” measured in pascals, or bars. The principle is the same as for the balloon: the air from high pressure systems will travel towards the lower pressure systems. The higher the pressure difference, the greater the wind.

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