London Broil in the Pressure cooker
London Broil in 35 minutes
2lbs London Broil
1 can Stout BeerAny dark beer will suffice
1 bottle BBQ sauceWe used Yuengling Hickory Smoked
1 teaspoon Brown sugar
1/4 cup Onion flakes
Salt and pepper
Typically, London Broil is not a meat I have ever been able to quite master. It’s pretty tough and can come out like shoe leather. Just ask my husband about the time he tried to make it for my Mom as a special birthday dinner. Let’s just say, it wasn’t that special.
Today I am sharing how to make London Broil in the Pressure cooker. Tender and delicious and full of flavor.
I can tell you this much, my husband sure is digging supper time these days.
Hope to see you back again. See recipe down below.
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First I added the BBQ sauce, 1 can of beer, brown sugar, salt, pepper and onion flakes to the pot. Mixed all ingredients well.
I cut the London Broil in half and placed in the pot.
Set to manual/Meat option High pressure. Cook time was 35 minutes and I let natural release. BAM..that was it! Dynamite!
|2lbs London Broil|
|1 can Stout Beer|
|1 bottle BBQ sauce|
|1 teaspoon Brown sugar|
|1/4 cup Onion flakes|
|Salt and pepper|