This recipe is full of buttery, rich, pleasing flavors. The fall vegetables absorb the flavors so well! Use your favorite bottle of red wine and if you’re not sure which one to choose I like to use a red blend for this recipe.
Author: Meiko and the Dish
Beef Short Ribs
Ground Black Pepper
or Mild Oil
Unsalted Beef Stock
or 1 teaspoon dry thyme
, peeled, sliced
, peeled, chopped
, peeled, chopped
, room temperature
Season Beef Short Ribs (3 lb) evenly with All-Purpose Seasoning (2 Tbsp).
In a bowl stir the All-Purpose Flour (1 1/2 cups), Salt (1/2 Tbsp), and Ground Black Pepper (1 tsp) together.
Fill a large skillet with Canola Oil (1/4 cup) over medium heat.
Dust short ribs in the flour. Once the oil is hot (add a pinch of flour if it sizzles slowly it’s hot) cook them in batches for 1 minute on each side.
Drain on a paper towel-lined plate.
Add ½ cup of seasoned flour to the oil and stir until smooth.
In the instant-pot add Red Wine (1 cup), Unsalted Beef Stock (4 cups), Tomato Paste (2 Tbsp), Worcestershire Sauce (2 Tbsp), Fresh Thyme (5 sprigs), and Bay Leaves (3). Stir in the roux until no lumps remain.
Add the short ribs to the instant-pot. Cover cook on high-pressure cook for 45 minutes then instant release after 5 minutes.
After the steam has released add the Onion (1), Celery (2 stalks), Carrots (3), Sweet Potatoes (2), Turnips (3 1/2 cups), and Garlic (4 cloves). Cover cook on high-pressure cook for 45 minutes, then instant release for 5 minutes.
Serve hot with Unsalted Butter (1 stick) spread on Bread (1 loaf).
If you have a slow cooker follow the recipe, instead of adding to the instant-pot add to the slow cooker and cook on low mode for 6 hours. Add your vegetables with 2 hours remaining. </br>
An instant release is when you instantly release the steam. If you do this immediately after the timer goes off. The liquid will spray everywhere. I like to give it 5 minutes before releasing it. If you notice liquid releasing with the steam, close the vent and allow it to cool off for an additional 5 minutes. </br>
A natural release is when you allow the valve to naturally vent the steam. This takes about 20-25 minutes.
Nutrition Per Serving
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