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Jul. 23rd, 2011 09:57 pm
rootofnewt: (cooking)
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Pressure cooker top round = success.

Our errands took a long time today and we didn't get home until 7:30. I had a top round--steak or small roast, I can't remember. I seared it in olive oil, removed the meat to a plate, then tossed in a couple onions, stirred 'em a bit, added rosemary and a bottle of GF beer, then added the steaks with salt and garlic, threw in halved redskin potatoes and celery. Closed it all up and cooked it at (gentle rocking) pressure for 15 minutes, then let the pressure reduce naturally. We ate a salad while waiting.

Fork tender and awesome. I mashed some butter into my potatoes. Could've used some beef stock concentrate (the cut is boneless), but I opted to just add some bourbon-smoked salt to my portion.
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