My Favorite Pressure Cooker recipes (Part 1)

This is my favorite pressure cooker recipes list. Thank you my friend form for these awesome recipes. Email me if you guys have any great recipes. Don’t be shy!  Cheer!

Thai Red Curry Prawn Risotto


1 onion quartered

2 spring onions sliced

2 garlic cloves crushed

1 tablespoon red curry paste

2 carrots sliced

1 red capsicum sliced

500 grams raw prawns

400mls coconut milk

600mls chicken stock

2 cups Arborio rice


Fry onion, spring onions and garlic in a little peanut oil, add capsicum and carrot and fry for a few minutes while stirring add red curry paste and stir for a few minutes while stirrings, add Arborio rice stir for 2 minutes, add coconut milk and chicken stock and salt and pepper, Place lid on pressure cooker, bring to pressure and cook for 8 minutes. cool down and add prawns constantly stirring until the prawns turn orange, stirring while on a low heat. Enjoy



Beef Goulash

This is another excellent main course to prepare the night before, as it tastes even better reheat. Add the sour cream at the last moment, just before serving or offer it separately for everyone to add themselves. i like to use smoked paprika in this dish as i love the heady flavour

Serves 6/Prep 15 mins/ Cook 35 mins

3 tablespoons vegetable oil

1 kg stewing beef such as gravy, chuck or blade, cut into large cubes

3 large white or brown onions, chopped salt

1 1/2 tablespoons sweet or smoked paprika

1 cup Beef stock

1 tables spoons tomato paste

1 tablespoons plain flour , mixed to a smooth paste with a

little water (optional)freshly ground black pepper

1/2 cup sour cream noodles, rice or smashed potatoes


  1. heat half the oil in the pressure cooker and brown the meat in batches over medium heat, then remove and set aside. Add the remaining oil with the onions and fry for a few minutes, until soft and pale golden.
  2. Return the browned meat to the cooker and stir in 1 teaspoon salt , the paprika, stock and tomatoes paste. Close the lid and lock it, then bring the cooker to low pressure over high heat. Once low pressure cooker has been reached, reduce the heat to stabilise pressure and cook for 25 mins, Release the pressure using the natural-release method and remove the lid.
  3. If you’d prefer a thicker sauce, spoon out a little of the hot liquid from the cooker and add to the flour paste, then mix this together and add back to the pan. Return the cooker  to the heat simmer, uncovered, for 2-3 minutes until the sauce has thickened. Check for seasoning the sauce just before serving, stir , rick  or save for dolloping later . Serve with noodles or mashed potatoes.