Pressure Cooker Corned Beef Brisket Recipe
Using a pressure cooker saves a lot of time in this recipe for corned beef brisket seasoned with garlic and onion powder and cooked in beer.
Say goodbye to prep time in this recipe for corned beef simmered in an Instant Pot® with beer and garlic.
Guinness® beer-soaked corned beef, potatoes, carrots, onions, and cabbage are all cooked quickly and easily in an Instant Pot® pressure cooker for one delicious dinner.
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This recipe seems to simple to be good, but my husband and I were both amazed by how only a couple of ingredients combined tastes so good. We followed the recipe EXACTLY the first time with a 4-4.5 lb corned beef. The second time we made this with another 4-4.5 lb corned beef we added just a few favorite spices (like smoked paprika) that would not overwhelm the beer. The second time I made this I was pressed for time so I set the pressure cooking time for 1 hour, then let it sit in the pot until hubby was home from work, which ended up being over 20 mins NP. Worked fine, and I may do that from now on. And DO NOT ADD SALT!!! Read about Corned Beef... it is salt cured!
This recipe was delicious. The pressure cooking made the corned beef so tender. I was surprised that they said to throw away the spice packet but the flavor was delicious. I have always used the slow cooker for corned beef but this is my new go to.
I cooked a 2-1/2 lb. corned beef brisket point. Fat side down with all juice from package with half of seasoning packet and 7 whole garlic cloves. An hour and half in Ninja instant cooker and let sit an additional 15 minutes before releasing pressure. OMG! Fantastic and fork tender! Nothing else was added. EASY.