Welcome to my Instant Pot meat and stew recipes. This gives you a chance to embrace the meat and stew setting on your Instant Pot with lots of new and interesting recipes.
I absolutely LOVE cooking meats and stews in my Instant Pot and YOU should too. Just think back to all those times that you have eaten tough meat.
You would eat it because that meat had cost you money and you didn’t want to waste it, but it was still rather bad.
Or the flavour was spot on BUT you felt like you were about to lose a tooth.
Or you would wish that you could afford to eat the fillet of the meat all the time instead.
But roll on the Instant Pot meat function and you can cook the cheapest of the cheap meat and it will feel as tender as tucking into a fillet steak.
Look at something really cheap like the tongue of the cow, that most people are afraid to cook for concern that it will end up tough and you would be amazed by how 10 minutes of the meat and stew setting and you have perfect food.
You could do the same with rabbit, duck, pork or even venison for similar results.
The Instant Pot Meat & Stew Function
People are afraid of the Instant Pot. It is the unknown that comes with any electric pressure cooker.
They might screw it up, or it might not hit the pressure and then you just end up steaming it.
BUT cooking meat in it is easy. It is not like auditioning to go on Masterchef or baking a Wedding Cake. It is an easy starting point for the beginner.
You can set it and forget.
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Why this meat and stew recipe is fantastic for the Instant Pot: It is what I am talking about when I say you can take a very cheap cut of meat and make it work for you.
This recipe is built around the cheapest of the cheap and turning them into tender make believe fillet.
Why this meat and stew recipe is fantastic for the Instant Pot: When you think of chicken livers you always think of that rubbery meat that tasted so awful you just couldn’t bare to eat it.
Cook it in the Instant Pot and it is not longer rubbery and perfect for a nice family meal.
Why this meat and stew recipe is fantastic for the Instant Pot: This is another of those cheap cuts made good.
Normally to make this good you would have to slow cook it, yet it is cooked incredibly quick via the Instant Pot.
Why this meat and stew recipe is fantastic for the Instant Pot: Until I bought my Instant Pot I had never made tender pork ribs in less than 4 hours.
However including preparation and the meat and stew setting this version is done in just 45 minutes.
Why this meat and stew recipe is fantastic for the Instant Pot: You throw everything into your Instant Pot and you have a delicious hearty meal that is perfect for if you have a family to feed.
All the beans will also give you a very filling meal too that will go a lot further!
Why this meat and stew recipe is fantastic for the Instant Pot: If you want a user friendly newbie style recipe to cook in the Instant Pot then try this.
A very easy to recreate beef stew that is full of body and perfect for warming you up after a long day.
Why this meat and stew recipe is fantastic for the Instant Pot: It takes me at least 4 hours to cook pulled pork.
Yet enter the Instant Pot and the meat setting and you have it cooked and served with coleslaw so much quicker.
Thanks for reading all about our favourite Instant Pot Meat & Stew Recipes and we hope that you have enjoyed them. We love a good stew to keep us warm or some tenderised meat. The Instant Pot just wouldn’t be the same without it.
We use the manual setting on the Instant Pot way too much and this is our campaign to enjoy more of the settings and cook more and more different recipes.
In terms of getting yourself a good quality Electric Pressure Cooker (in case you don’t have one yet) we personally recommend The Instant Pot 7 in 1 Duo that we have loved and trusted in our own kitchen and has been used to make all our Instant Pot recipes that feature on this blog.