Every Office Needs an Instant Pot!

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    Of course, we love the Instant Pot around here…so today one of the staff made us lunch.

    testPot roast with vegetables, just like mom or grandma used to make for Sunday dinner. So easy and so delicious, and I don’t have to tell you how great the place smelled!

    We all were very ready when the quick release steam was done and we could dig in. The meat was perfectly done, moist and easy to cut. The veggies were the right texture, still holding their shape but melt in your mouth yummy.

    Needless to say, this will become an event.

    We would like to challenge you and your office to cook with your pressure cookers and share it on our Instagram feed – @quick_and_carry! Use hashtags #quick_and_carry ##officeparty #officechallenge #officecooking #everyofficeneedsaninstantpot

    Show us your stuff! Everyone who works with you will be so, so happy, all afternoon.

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    Easy Office Pot Roast Yum
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    Prep Time 10 minutes
    Cook Time 50 minutes
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    Prep Time 10 minutes
    Cook Time 50 minutes
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    Recipe Notes

    Wash and dry the roast and then season well on both sides with salt and pepper. Let sit for 10 minutes.

    Turn the Instant Pot on to saute function, let heat for 2-3 minutes and add the olive oil. Add the roast and brown on both sides for about 4-5 minutes each side. Remove the roast to a waiting plate.

    Add the diced onions - we used already prepared ones from the market - and cook in the beef juices until just turning brown. Add some of the beef stock and deglaze the pan.

    Add the rest of the stock and both seasoning packets and stir to blend.

    Place most of the washed and prepared vegetables in the pot, then the roast, and then finish with the remaining vegetables.

    Place the lid correctly on the pot and make sure your toggle is set to sealing.

    Using the manual setting, set for 50 minutes.

    When the pot is done cooking, use a quick release, carefully, and check for doneness.

    Slice the roast and serve to the hungry people standing around with forks and bowls!

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