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  1. Greek4pearl
    Greek4pearl at |

    How did the roast turn out?  I always have thought that slow cooking is the way to go with roasts.  I was just curious if the pressure cooker did a good job with making the meat tender and juicy?  Also, what pressure setting did you use (I have high and low options) and did you leave the burner on high the whole time or turn it to medium once you had achieved pressure?  Thanks so much!

    1. Jos
      Jos at |

      The roast turned out yummy! I love pressure cooker because it saves my time and my utility bills because of the short cooking time. My pressure cooker isn’t as fancy as yours (no high/low options) and usually I started up the burner on high and then turn it down to medium once it achieved the pressure. I usually don’t leave it up hissing way too much. For roasts, I suggest choose fatty cut since it’ll make it more juicy and moist 🙂 roasts usually takes 20 minutes on my pressure cooker.

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  4. Kath (My Funny Little Life)
    Kath (My Funny Little Life) at |

    Looks very good! 🙂

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