This pot roast recipe in the Instant Pot pressure cooker will blow your mind. It’s not only easy to make, but the results are tender, super juicy and delicious pot roast and vegetables. Pressure cooking is made so much easier with a ton of different new pressure cooker and multi cooker gadgets. We’ve been cooking with many of them and the first one we want to share first is this recipe for pot roast that is quick and absolutely delicious.
The Instant Pot is one of the many pressure cookers that can sear and cook dinner all in the snap of the finger. It has features that can cook in so many different ways: slow cooker, rice cooker, yogurt maker and more. When you’re in a bind and want a quick and scrumptious dinner, pressure cooking is the answer. Each pressure cooker works a little bit differently with different buttons and functions, but this recipe can apply to all pressure cookers.
**Delicious Video of our Easy Pot Roast Recipe****
In about an hour, this boneless beef chuck roast becomes a tender and fall-apart-juicy dinner. It’s amazing how quickly, when cooked under pressure, meat breaks down and cooks. Even in this short amount of time, there’s tons of flavor in the broth. You can add what ever vegetables you like, just time the vegetables accordingly based on their texture. If you like vegetables that are more firm with “bite”, cook them for less time.
The best part about this Instant Pot is that it sears. So much flavor comes from the onions, garlic and beef. So unlike most slow cookers that can’t sear, this one can do it easily AND cook food quickly at the same time.
Searing is such a great feature on the Instant Pot.
The beef is super tender and juicy.
Vegetables cook so quick! It’s incredible how delicious and this easy pot roast is.
Yield: Serves 4-6
Total Time: 1 hour 30 minutes
The size of the beef will determine cooking time. Start with about 55 minutes and if you want the meat more tender, you can add another 5 minutes of cooking time. If you want to cut the beef into smaller pieces, then it should take about half the time. But play it by ear and just add more cooking time if you want your meat to be a softer texture!
If you want to use a slow cooker, cooking times are 5-6 hours on High and 7-8 hours on Low, depending on how thick and what cut your beef is. Add the vegetables about 1 hour before the meat is finished so you have enough time to cook the firm potatoes and carrots.
Please refer to your specific pressure cooker manual for complete product cooking use. Every model and brand will be slightly different. If your pressure cooker does not have a searing function, you can pre-sear on a pan over the cooktop or just skip the searing steps. This recipe was tested in the 6qt. Instant Pot.