What Are The Best Pressure Cooker Meal Cook Times?

For many aspiring home cooks, the addition of a pressure cooker is an extremely welcome addition. The idea that meals can start to be prepped faster without sacrificing flavor is obviously extremely exciting. However, the truth is the pressure cooker is only as good as the cook utilizing it. It’s important to understand how long something should be pressure cooked and what ingredients should be utilized. In order to help those new or old to the pressure cooking game, we’ve compiled some of the best pressure cooker meals, and their ideal cooking times, that are sure to wow your dining guests.

Best Pressure Cooker Pot Roast – Utilizing a pressure cooker is a great way to put a new twist on a family classic. In order to get the most out of a pot roast in a pressure cooker, it’s suggested to cook it for 45 minutes. 45 minutes in the best pressure cooker will provide a tender pot roast that is juicier than a 20-minute pot roast, because there is more time to break down the connective tissues in the meat. Also, the sauce will be perfectly flavored. Going longer than 45 minutes, will cause the pot roast to become overly chewy and dry.

Best Pressure Cooker Pulled Pork – What’s the secret to the best pressure cooker pulled pork? Knowing how long to cook it based on how many pieces you cut your pork shoulder into. For instance, eight pieces will take 55-60 minutes while two pieces will take roughly 75-80 minutes to cook through. Also, there are a lot of options when it comes to the dry rub on the pork shoulder, but be sure to turn over the meat frequently in the early going to get browning going to perfection. Keep the skin side face down to maximize the juiciness of the pulled pork.

Best Pressure Cooker Meatballs – The best thing about making meatballs in a pressure cooker is it’s such a versatile dinner item. You can make plenty of leftovers and have a spaghetti night, a slider night, a pizza night and more. All you need is a simple sauce, lean ground beef, bacon, garlic, onion, egg, milk, cheese, oregano, fennel seed, Worcestershire sauce and panko bread crumbs to make your meatball mixture. From there, it’s five minutes in the pressure cooker and you are left with moist, cheesy goodness that the whole family is sure to love.

There’s no denying the versatility provided by the pressure cooker, but be sure to research the best pressure cooker cooking times to get the most flavor for your pressure cooker dollar!





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