Instant pot Asian Beef Short Ribs are so tender and delicious, there is no need to go out to eat with all this delicious food, ready in under 30 minutes.
I’ve had a pressure cooker for over 14 years.
I go back and forth using it a lot and using it a little.
But one thing is for sure, it’s FAST!
It cooks chicken, pork, and beef as if it were slow-cooked, very tender, but the pressure cooker cooks it FAST, by locking in the steam it automatically tenderizes the meat,
I always use my pressure cooker for corned beef, otherwise
I’d be ALL day cooking three corned beef, what can I say.
We like corned beef and if you going to go ahead and made all the trimmings for the meal, you might as well have plenty of beef to go with it. I’ve made Corned Beef Dinner and Corned Beef and Cabbage Soup if you want to see them.
I keep hearing that pressure cookers are coming back. We’ll see, most people I know don’t use one, but I love it.
- 3 lbs boneless beef short ribs
- 1 cup soy sauce
- 1/4 cup rice wine vinegar
- 2 teaspoons lemongrass (Gourmet Garden)
- 1/4 teaspoon ginger (Gourmet Garden)
- 1/2 cup brown sugar
- 1/2 teaspoon crushed red pepper
- 1/4 cup orange juice
- 1 teaspoon corn starch
- 2 carrots julienned
- 2 zucchini julienned
- 2 cups mini eggplant (or I medium eggplant) cut into pieces
- 1 1/2 cups chopped asparagus
- 3 scallions diced
- Place beef in a pressure cooker with 1 cup water and cook with pressure on High for 20 minutes.
- Release pressure when finished.
- Whisk soy sauce, vinegar, lemongrass, ginger, sugar, pepper, orange juice, and corn starch together and heat in a skillet.
- Saute vegetables in a separate skillet with a tablespoon oil, cook on medium heat for 2 minutes.
- Then place beef ribs into a sauce to coat them.
- Serve over cooked rice with beef and vegetables on top and drizzle sauce on top.
recipe adapted from Emeril
I just love easy meals like these thanks to my pressure cooker they are FAST too. Under 30 minutes till it’s on the table.
I have never used a pressure cooker…hear they are fabulous! This looks scrumptious!
Oooh that looks so good, Diane!! I want a pressure cooker…like Leslie, I have never used one either!
shelly (cookies and cups) says
These look so good! I have my moms old pressure cooker and I have never used it! I know what I am going to make now!
Brian @ A Thought For Food says
I have yet to use a pressure cooker, but this dish makes me want one!
Kiersten @ Oh My Veggies says
I’ve never used a pressure cooker, but I’ve been meaning to buy one–this is a good reminder!
Jen @ Savory Simple says
I’ve only ever used my pressure cooker to can. I would love to try this!
alison @ Ingredients, Inc. says
oh i am totally trying this! Great idea
My favorite is Mac & Cheese, so creamy and fast. Ribs are great, too!
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Daine, that is one heavenly meal!!
Shawn @ I Wash...You Dry says
I don’t have a pressure cooker 🙁 but now I want one! This dinner looks so good, and in less than 30 minutes? Total winner!
Yum! Make mine without rice and I am in!
Hayley @ The Domestic Rebel says
I want a pressure cooker just so I can make these! My mouth is watering, to say the least 🙂
You know, I’ve never used a pressure cooker. Should I get one? Can you make anything besides meat in it?
yes you can cook many items in the pressure cooker, I’ve even had people tell me they cook cheesecake in it. Potatoes cook very quick in it. I use it the most for beef and chicken but I know there are many other uses for it.
My mom used to use a pressure cooker, one of the old fashioned kind with the tops that rattled back and forth. I have lots of appliances, but this is not one of them, although I’ve thought about it for the last couple of years. I know the newer ones are a lot safer, so thanks for sharing this Asian inspired recipe – it’s got me thinking again about buying a pressure cooker. I’ve heard they’re great for cooking beans in too.
You won’t believe how FAST it cooks things, and yes the topper rocks back and forth letting out some steam just like you remember 🙂 Great for potatoes too.
Where does the soy go? In the pressure cooker or in the sauce?
sorry about that, the soy sauce goes into the sauce, I adjusted the recipe.
Best slow cooker says
I don’t have a pressure cooker yet, but after reading this recipe, I will try to buy it soon.
Kristine A says
I just received a new pressure cooker last night from a friend and I am looking forward to creating more delicious food with it. I can’t imagine life without a pressure cooker, it’s amazing!