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Pressure Cooker Corned Beef Brisket

Rated as 4.56 out of 5 Stars

"This method of cooking makes the most tender, flavorful corned beef brisket that you will ever eat! Cooking time does not include the time for the pot to reach the proper pressure and to release the steam. Cutting the finished brisket with an electric knife makes for beautifully cut meat."
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1 h 40 m servings 222
Original recipe yields 10 servings


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  1. Place brisket fat-side up on a rack inside an electric pressure cooker. Sprinkle garlic powder and onion powder over brisket; pour beer into the pot.
  2. Seal pressure cooker and cook beef on the "meat" setting according to manufacturer's instructions, about 1 hour 30 minutes. Allow pressure to release naturally according to manufacturer's instructions.
  3. Transfer brisket to a cutting board. Remove top layer of fat from the brisket. Slice across the grain using an electric knife.

Nutrition Facts

Per Serving: 222 calories; 15.4 2.2 15 80 923 Full nutrition

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I'm just experimenting with a new pressure cooker. This made a very good brisket. I like a little crust, so after pressure cooking, put it under a brioler for about 5 minutes on each side.

Excellent, tender, eazy, and fast. Added cabbage,carrots, and potatoes at end of beef cook time. Cooked cabbage, potatoes, carrots in beef broth. Cooked in pressure cooker 10 minutes -- 7 minut...

The only thing I would change, is something I learned a long time ago. Cut your corned beef into the size of chicken thighs, and put in the pressure cooker with fat side up. The corned beef are ...

added garlic pepper to it i loved it very moist and tasty

Very good and not overdone. I must admit I didn't like the beer flavour, but that may be because I used a stout. Next time I'll try an ale. Nice tender meat.

Was an excellent recipe. Even the grandkids who normally don't like anything "different" enjoyed it.

This recipe was delicious. The pressure cooking made the corned beef so tender. I was surprised that they said to throw away the spice packet but the flavor was delicious. I have always used ...

Turned out AMAZING. So much more tender than in the slow cooker.

Just used beef broth instead of beer. Cheers, thanks for recipe