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Traditional Irish Stew Pressure Cooker Video Recipe cheekyricho



Video Cooking Demonstration and Recipe for Traditional Irish Stew Prepared in the Pressure Cooker. This method of Cooking an irish stew makes even the toughest cuts of meat tender and moist. Hearty, warming, healthy and delicious. A true one pot dinner with all the veges cooked along with the meat. Serve it with some tasty Colconnon www.youtube.com/watch?v=QoDxt4whZ4o or some crusty bread. Make it ahead and reheat for a fast mid week meal. Do give it a try.
INGREDIENTS:
100 grams cabbage
100 grams corn cobs
180 grams onion
50 grams celery
100 grams green beans
270 grams potato
150 grams carrot
300 grams vegetable stock
2 chicken stock cubes
about 300 grams water
400 grams lamb chops, fat removed
a few small sprigs of parsley
METHOD :
Brown meat in pressure cooker add all vegetables except cabbage and parsley, stock to coat add stock and stock cubes and water. Bring to the boil, place lid on pressure cooker and turn heat down to low for 30 minutes, release steam . Pull bones from meat in the pan, add cabbage and parsley. Place lid back on and serve in a few minutes once cabbage has wilted down.

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3 Comments

  1. Hi I don't meant to be picky but that is not a Traditional Irish Stew. We don't use cabbage, corn, green beans or lamb chops. I use Stewing Steak pieces or you can if you like use mince meat with a beef stock or you can use Oxtail soup with Potato, Carrots, Onion and Celery. I use a lot of Potatoes as I like it thick and and Irish Stew always tastes great the next day. I having been Irish Stew my whole life

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