We all have those dishes that make us feel all warm and cozy inside. You know that dish that takes you back to your childhood. My All in one Pressure Cooker Beef Stroganoff with Noodles is exactly that dish. It just reminds you of home. It’s seasoned well, a one pot meal, and it takes less than 30 minutes to make. Seriously, can you get any better than that?
So when it comes to All in one Pressure Cooker Beef Stroganoff with Noodles, it literally is ALL IN ONE. You can cook the noodles in the same pot and I swear that they are perfectly tender and not too mushy. You guys, I swear that it blows my mind too, but I swear that it really works. So you know what that means?? LESS DISHES!!! Yaaassss, we are totally winning!
Tips on making a successful All in one Pressure Cooker Beef Stroganoff with Noodles a Success!
- Use a dry red wine. Some recipes suggest using brandy, brown liquor, or white wine, but I’ve found that a dry red wine always produces the most succulent taste. I prefer to use Cabernet Sauvignon, but any dry red will do the job!
- Ok, so I’m going to be honest, when making Beef Stroganoff on the stove, I like to use campanelle pasta, mainly because it’s cooked separately. But when it comes to making this dish in the pressure cooker, I suggest to always go with no yolk egg noodles. The cooking times for the recipe is specific to no yolk egg noodles, and it comes out perfect every single time!
2tbs Olive Oil or Vegetable Oil
1 Large White Onion diced
3 Garlic Cloves minced
2lb Stew Meat or Cubed Chuck Roast
8oz Sliced Mushrooms of choice
1tbs Worcestershire Sauce
1/2c Red Wine
3c Beef Broth
12oz package of Wide Egg Noodles
3/4c Sour Cream
3–4tbs Fresh Chopped Parsley
In your Pressure Cooker turn on saute mode.
Add oil to the pot.
Stir in your onions and garlic.
Stir in meat along with salt and pepper.
Stir until meat is brown on all sides. (It is ok if a little pink is showing)
Stir in Mushrooms.
Pour in Worcestershire Sauce.
Sprinkle flour in in the pot to cover all ingredients.
Pour in wine and beef broth.
Mix and let cook for about 2-3 minutes.
Turn off pot.
Put top onto the pot and have vent closed.
Select Pressure Cook or Manual and set timer to 12 minutes.
Once timer goes off, carefully turn release to venting.
Stir in noodles so that they are covered with liquid.
Add top to the pot and close the vent.
Set timer to pressure cook or manual for 5 minutes.
Carefully turn release to venting.
Open pot and stir in sour cream and parsley.