This pressure cooker beef curry recipe is so hearty, flavorful, filling and easy. It makes the perfect cold weather meal. The instant pot cooks the meat so you have tender pull-apart flavorful beef in 30 minutes.
I usually make this big batch in the Instant Pot and it will last several days in the fridge, so I can just take it out and reheat for easy lunches or dinner. I used real potatoes for this recipe, but you can easily swap it out for sweet potatoes or other root vegetables. I like to use homemade bone broth in this recipe which adds to the nutrient density and flavor. This beef curry tastes delicious over cauliflower rice or regular rice.
Why I LOVE my Pressure Cooker
If you don’t have an instant pot yet, I highly recommend getting one! I got mine from amazon (they have great deals…check it out here). One thing I love about the instant pot is that you can make bone broth in 2 hours! It doubles as a pressure cooker and a slowcooker and there’s so much you can do with it. You can make coconut milk, hard boiled eggs, and more. It cooks fall-off-the-bone meat super fast too! So if you forget to defrost your meat, you can still cook it in the instant pot!
Pressure Cooker Beef Curry Recipe:
This hearty pressure cooker beef curry recipe is so rich, delicious, filling and easy. It makes the perfect cold weather meal. The instant pot cooks the meat so you have tender pull-apart flavorful beef in 30 minutes.
Cut the onion, potatoes and carrots in large chunks. Dice the garlic.
Then, add the stew meat to brown all sides for about 5 minutes.
Turn off the instant pot and add the remaining ingredients including the carrots, potatoes, coconut milk, broth, herbs and spices. Stir to make sure all the spices are mixed in the liquid.
Place the lid in the locked position and make sure the vent is turned to "sealed". Press the "meat/stew" button and use the +/- buttons to set to 30 minutes. Once you get to 30 minutes it will automatically start cooking.
When it's done, serve over cauliflower rice or white rice.