Julie this is such a great post! My mom always made her beef stew in the pressure cooker but hers is a really, really old one that was ridiculously loud. Your step by steps really make it look easy This box has to be checked in order to leave a comment. This looks fantastic, Julie! I’ve never done any pressure cooking but I really want this stew!! Sift the flour into the pot, stirring constantly to prevent clumps from forming, stir to mix well. Add the peas and cook uncovered over medium heat until the peas are heated through (about 5 minutes). I need to get me a pressure cooker! Consult the manual. Then, cut up the beef. Waxy potatoes are the opposite of floury potatoes. Step-by-step photos for making Beef Stew with Red Wine. You can have dinner on the table fairly quickly and since it's electric, you can feel comfortable using it. Cut beef into small pieces. Brown 1.5 pounds of cubed beef chuck on one side. Add the wine and let it rest for an hour. It’s soooooo cold here. I'm Julie and I love to cook, bake, eat and share (not necessarily in that order). Beautiful, Julie. I have a  question. The recipe was DELICIOUS!!!! https://www.tasteofhome.com/recipes/pressure-cooker-beef-stew Don't take the lid off of the pressure cooker until it stops hissing, meaning all of the pressure has been released. Pinned! Add either 500ml of red wine or 500ml of chicken broth to the pot. Release the pressure (set vent to open and allow pressure to release until there is no more hissing noise) and check beef and potatoes, if beef is tender enough to cut with a fork and potatoes are cooked, cooking is complete. I love it! Substitute ½ to 1 cup of red wine for the same amount of beef broth. Sign up today to receive exclusive content and news from The Little Kitchen: Success! I share easy recipes, stories about my family (which includes my pets) and my travels. I wouldnt change a thing! As Justine says, beef in red wine is the king of all stews. What going to happen to potatoes after 40 min. Add the mushrooms, bay leaves, thyme, and tomato paste and season the goulash with salt and white pepper to taste. And it's super-fast to make, what's not to love? I have and 8 qt pressure cooker, and I doubled the recipe. And with red wine..that makes it even better . I just made this soup tonight, following your recipe to a T. I only added some mushrooms, since I had them on hand. This looks great. Pressure Cooker Red Wine Beef Stew Recipe. Sift the flour into the pot, stirring constantly to prevent clumps from forming, stir to mix well. Adding Red Wine to the Beef Stew. Put the lid on top and follow the instructions on the to make sure the vent is closed. Simplest Beef Stew. I will definitely cook beef stew as you instructed, it looks very tasty meal for a cozy winter. And I actually have a little kitchen... © 2020. The Little Kitchen is a registered mark owned by Julie Deily. Add beef and dust with flour. Optional: Leave pressure cooker on warm until ready to serve. Today requires a good stew. After 40 minutes, open the vent on the pressure cooker lid. Remove beef and place on a clean plate and set aside. Set to Manual, High pressure, and set for 30 minutes. Place the lid and lock. Yikes! And even better, it tastes even better the next day! Hearty pressure cooker beef stew made with carrots, potatoes, and onion cooked in beef stock and red wine cooks in 35 minutes! Pressure Cooker Beef and Red Wine Stew Recipe : This recipe is created by Justine Schofield for our partnership with Everyday Gourmet. Remove the lid and skim the fat off of the top with a spoon. Press Keep Warm/Cancel to stop the Sauté function. Add salt and pepper. Add the vegetables and cook for 3 minutes. This looks incredible – I love how the house smells when you cook beef with red wine! I'm sure it's still cold where you're at now. Puff Pastry Pineapple and Coconut Mini Tarts ». The Beef Stew with red wine is a winter favorite and I don’t make it often because it used to take 3 hours to make. Add potatoes, carrots, onions, cover, and place the valve. Wine Pairing. Turned out to be the best meal that I have ever eaten. Please read our Policies and Privacy. Keep the pan turned on and add half the wine. of pressure cooking? https://www.thelittlekitchen.net/pressure-cooker-red-wine-beef-stew Yuuuummmy! It filled it, and it was perfect at the recommended 40 mins high pressure. If not, put the lid back on, set the vent to closed and cook longer in 10 minute increments. Someone I am hoping to impress said it was the best stew he’d ever had. Season cuts of beef with salt and pepper. Set your timer to 40 minutes. It was amazing. Combine flour, Italian seasoning, onion powder, salt, and pepper in a gallon-sized resealable plastic … Yukon works very well. There was an error submitting your subscription. Brown beef on each side in batches, about 2 to 4 minutes on each side, adding more oil if needed. Deglaze the pot with red wine, scraping the brown bits from the bottom of the pan with a wooden spoon. The former do not dissolve so easily during cooking.