Pressure Cooker Beef Short Ribs taste like the weekend but are fast enough for a hearty weeknight dinner thanks to the pressure cooker.
Pressure Cooker Beef Short Ribs
I am a little in love with my electric pressure cooker. I don’t have a fancy, trendy one but I do have the biggest one I could find when I bought it. With a family of 5, I shove everything I can in there to save time. The best part of cooking Beef Short Ribs in the pressure cooker is that it makes them so tender that you can pull them apart with a fork (or your fingers – this is a no judgement zone!)
This month we are celebrating National Beef Month with the Georgia Beef Board. The Georgia Beef Board represents the 1500 beef producers that call Georgia home. I am very happy to celebrate their work by offering them the respect and admiration they deserve – and of course, eating their yummy Beef Short Ribs.
Why cook Beef Short Ribs in the Pressure Cooker?
Beef Short Ribs are usually a significant time commitment. You have to wait for the meat to break down before it becomes tender. That can take a couple of hours at least. But the pressure cooker makes the whole process much faster. Make sure you sear them first, you can do that on the saute setting on your pressure cooker. But then you pile everything in and set the timer! You will have the tenderest short ribs you’ve ever tasted.
Obviously you need an electric pressure cooker for this recipe. There are several options but this is the one I have and LOVE.
These Short Ribs Fall off the Bone!
If you promise not to tell anyone, I will confess that I had a hard time getting whole pieces of the Pressure Cooker Beef Short Ribs out of the pressure cooker for the photo because they just fell apart in my hands. This was not a problem. Because they also melted in my mouth!
This post is sponsored by the Georgia Beef Board, the state chapter of the National Beef Checkoff. All opinions are my own – except the ones that belong to my husband and 3 kids who are very excited about National Beef Month.