Pressure Cooker Pork Roast

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Pressure Cooker Pork Roast is made in an electric pressure cooker with baby carrots and potatoes.

Pressure Cooker Pork Roast

Pressure Cooker Pork Roast

I just had to have one of those new Cusinart Electric Pressure Cookers a few years ago. I just knew that I was going to love one. I got one and then never used it! A few days ago my friends husband asked me if I had one and I thought he meant a pressure cooker for canning so I was like sure I have one of those.

When I went to get it out I spotted my new Pressure Cooker still in the box so I told him about that one. Turned out he had watched an infomercial and it was exactly what he wanted. Today it finally came out of the box and cooked it’s first meal. Dinner was supposed to be at 6 so I got there and both of them were in the kitchen trying to get it to go on. So me who never reads a instruction manual started reading and telling him which button to push. It turns out you do not want to click a button an extra time. In 5 minutes we had it up and going. I have to admit it couldn’t be easier and no heating up the kitchen! A good thing in Florida in the summer. We had a Boston Butt Pork Roast with Potatoes and Carrots.

This is not your grandmothers pressure cooker, I remember seeing a lid go flying off one as a kid and had been afraid of them ever since. Canning got me past that but still I have a healthy respect for something cooking under pressure. It was quiet and no sound of steam escaping, no rocking noise of that little gizmo on my canning one. This one has a removable Teflon liner for easy cleaning. It says you can brown and sauté in it also. They tried the browning part but I think we need some practice with that. They didn’t like the way that worked. All in all dinner was done in a hour for a 3 lb. roast, not bad but next time we cook one we will do another 15 minutes. This was tender and cut beautifully but didn’t have that fall apart tender quality we wanted like a pulled pork. I think 15 more minutes would of given us that result so I added 15 minutes to the cooking time for this recipe. All and all this is a great appliance for the kitchen and silly me kept it in the box for at least 3 years!

Pressure Cooker Pork Roast

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Pressure Cooker Pork Roast
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Serves: Serves 4 - 6
 
Pressure Cooker Pork Roast is made in an electric pressure cooker with baby carrots and potatoes.
Ingredients
  • 1 3 lb. pork roast
  • salt and pepper
  • Everyday Seasoning from Trader Joe's
  • 1 lb. baby carrots
  • 2 lbs. potatoes cut into chunks
Instructions
  1. Brown pork roast. Season the roast. Add to pressure cooker with 12 oz. water. Follow manufacture's directions for starting cooker. Cook 1 hour. Let the pressure out and open lid. Add the potatoes and carrots. Add another 15 minutes of time for cooking. Check for tenderness and serve.

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  1. Carrol says

    Well, I have a new Electric Pressure Cooker that I have been enjoying learning how to use. Everything I have made in it so far has been really good. I really like being able to brown my meats first. It gives the meat much more flavoring. I was searching online for a Pork Roast Recipe with vegetables. Thanks for posting your recipe. Mine is cooking now for our supper. The only thing I don’t like about my new machine is the at the instructions and recipes are a bit scant. I’m not a new cook by a long shot. After being married for almost 55 years I have cooked many meals, including using an old fashioned pressure cooker on a range. Unfortunately my old standby pressure cooker cookbook seems to have disappeared when we moved in with our daughter about 4 years ago. I will report later how much we enjoy our dinner.

    • says

      I’m sure you could. The time might be different. I’ve haven’t used one on the stove for years. I’m sure it would be great on the stove also.

  2. sharon says

    I’m using my new electric pressure cooker , cooking pork roast I didn’t see how much water to use.

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