Instant Pot Recipe | Beef Stew with Bacon | Instant Pot Beef Stew

– Hey guys, today on Low Carb with Jennifer we are going to make this delicious Instant Pot beef stew It's got beef that is so tender thanks to our Instant Pot

We've also got bacon, mushrooms, and carrots You can find this recipe at jenniferbanzcom by searching for Instant Pot beef stew Okay guys, we are going to work on our Instant Pot (beeping) Oops

(laughs) So we're going to work on our Instant Pot beef stew And as you just heard, my Instant Pot, I turned it on to high, saute, so we can cook the bacon in the Instant Pot And when you're cooking bacon in the Instant Pot, you don't have to wait for it to come up to be hot You can saute in your Instant Pot And I hit the saute button and then I adjusted it to read more or high or whatever Instant Pot you've got

And then you can, it gets pretty hot, and it will saute really well So I've got my bacon in here and we are going to render out the fat, and then we're going to use that to cook our meat for the beef stew So in our beef stew we've got beef, of course, and we've got onions and mushrooms and carrots I don't know why I use carrots so much in my recipes lately I really honestly hate carrots, but they're good in soups and stews

And I just want to apologize for my nails They are super bright, I'm sorry (chuckles) So while that is cooking, I'm going to season the beef stew, the stew meat, with salt and pepper So I've got my stew meat that in this bowl and then we're just going to season it with the salt and pepper, make sure it's all mixed in really good And then we're going to saute the stew meat in batches whenever the bacon is ready

Okay, now we just need to wait for our bacon to be finished Okay, our bacon is finished So I'm going to remove it from the Instant Pot And then we can cook our stew meat You don't have to get every piece out, but you want to get most of it out so they don't burn

Okay, we can set that aside because we're going to put that in when the beef stew is all ready So now we can add in our stew meat And we're probably going to have to cook this in two batches (sizzling) And it should brown pretty fast 'cause our Instant Pot is really hot right now You also while it's browning scrape some of that burnt on stuff off the bottom from the bacon

'cause if you don't, your Instant Pot will not come to pressure whenever we go to pressurize this I'm going to take this batch of meat out and then we will add the other batch in (sizzling) Let it get hot again And the meat I used for this is, it was a roast that we cut into chunks, but you could also just buy the stew meat already cut up Okay, this meat is brown and I have made sure to scrape all of the browned bits off of the bottom of the pot and I'm going to add the rest of the meat back to the pot

And I'm going to hit cancel on the Instant Pot And so then we're going to add the rest of our ingredients and get this pressure cooker going So that was onion, diced onion, and carrots And then we've got some quartered mushrooms And some thyme, dried thyme

And our beef broth, this is two cups of beef broth So I'm going to stir this around a little bit And then we are going to put this on high pressure for 35 minutes Make sure it's on ceiling, and then you're just going to hit manual or you could hit the meat stew button We're just going to turn this up to 35 minutes and that's it

And when it's finished, the pressure and finished cooking, we're going to let it naturally release for 10 minutes And then we'll just release the rest of the pressure Okay, our Instant Pot beef stew is finished pressurized, pressure cooking, so now I'm going to add in some xanthan gum Which is my favorite ingredient because it thickens soups and stews without any carbs You only need a teaspoon and this will get nice and thick

And I've got some meat in my whisk So we're going to let this get thick and then we can serve it up Okay, our beef stew is nice and thick and we are ready to serve some up Oh yeah, that looks good And we're going to top it with our bacon that we cooked earlier, a little bit of the bacon

Or a lot of the bacon And I want to show you just how tender this meat is It literally just falls apart Look at that, that is so tender Just falls apart

I don't know why I have a fork I need a spoon And let's make it pretty, we'll add a little bit of parsley to the top just to make it pretty But look at that, that Instant Pot beef stew And we get some meat in there

That looks so good Sorry my nails are so bright And of course, you can find this recipe at jenniferbanzcom You just search for beef stew

I have probably 30 other Instant Pot recipes on there They are all easy and they're all keto and low carb friendly But thank you so much for watching and we will see you guys later Bye (light music)

How to make American bacon doughnuts with DJ BBQ

Hey, it's DJ BBQ here at Jamie's Diner in the heart of London; just off of Piccadilly Circus and today we're talking about crazy trends in America Nothing trends more than bacon mmm BACON! But now they're fusing bacon with doughnuts, like the two best inventions known to mankind!! Other than spandex So we're here to find out can the English public palette those two bad boys coming together Now you guys are used to these things here these these are super sweet, almost sickening sweet doughnuts, that's the stuff you know and 8 year old likes

The next thing, it looks like nail polish on that badboy! That just, makes me want to puke! And puking sucks We want adult doughnuts man Double dipped, maple glaze with bacon That's what we're talking about Nice and crispy Bad bacon, you're so bad you bad bacon! This is bad bacon!! Ohh look at that man

Two ingredients, icing sugar and maple syrup you still want that sweet kind of balance out the sweet with the savoury and the bacon Here we go, i'm going to dunk it quick Twist it quick get out of dodge And now, it's bacon's turn It's raining bacon

and they are done, but are there any good only one way to find out Hey little buddy How good does that look! I bet you taste even better Here we go I'm not even kidding, that's the best thing I've ever tasted! It's making you hungry isn't it dude?! Come on

I know it is, I know you want one of these Man, let's go see if the English public is ready for these bad boys Let's go stoke out their taste buds! Oh! Yeah! Mmmm, that tastes like breakfast EXACTLY! Builder: It's different but it's nice Hey, that's pretty good! What's your name? Hilda Are you free tonight are you? Hahaha! You aint blind are ya?! No! I might be old, but umm the brain's still 18

I was discoing up here before you were even born No you weren't, I'm old enough to be your younger lover! My toy boy maybe? You're going to scrap all this aren't you? No way?!!?! This is the good stuff Hilda, you're my favorite thing ever you know that? Ah alright then, what time do you finish? Well Food Tubers, it worked London dug on our bacon covered doughnut Now if you guys like the video and want to make the comments, all those comment pages, all that space for you guys to let me know what you want What do you want to cover a doughnut with man? And if you guys haven't subscribed to FoodTube click on this piece of this bacon right here and then suscribe to us Hi-five this man, Subscribe Alright What else can I put on a doughnut?

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Bacon Blue Cheese Buttermilk Biscuits – Isobe Food

Hey everyone, welcome back to Isobe Food! Today, we’re going to the deep south with my recipe for Bacon Blue Cheese Buttermilk Biscuits This decadent bundle of happiness is super easy to assemble

I’ll show you some pro tips for a fail proof method guaranteed to satisfy all of your comfort food needs Let’s get started! We’ll begin by freezing 2 ½ sticks of unsalted butter for at least 2 hours While you wait, cut 6 strips of bacon into ½ inch lardons and fry them until crisp Remove to a paper towel and drain Cool to room temperature and set aside

Next, crumble 4 oz of blue cheese into pea sized morsels Add them to the crumbled bacon and refrigerate until needed Next, whisk together 3 cups of all purpose flour, 2 TBSP of Kosher salt, 1 TBSP baking powder, and 2 tsp of baking soda Whisking is a great alternative to sifting for a lump free dry mix

Once the butter is frozen, grate the sticks using the large hole side of a box grater Quickly mix in with your dry ingredients and return to the freezer for 10 minutes In the meantime, mix in 1 ½ TBSP of molasses to 1 ½ cups of cold buttermilk After 10 minutes is up, remove the dry mix from the freezer, make a well in the center, drop in your crumbled bacon and blue cheese, and pour in your wet ingredients Quickly fold in the flour making sure not to overwork the mix

You’re ready to form biscuits once all of the flour is incorporated and the mix no longer has dry pockets Using a large spoon, place balls of the biscuit mix on to a baking sheet lined with parchment paper You’ll yield 10 to 12 biscuits I like to make them big I ended up with 11

Bake in a preheated 325F oven until the biscuits are sturdy and golden brown There you have it folks, now all you have to do is chow down! Biscuits and gravy anyone? How about elevating your morning breakfast sandwich skills? Me? I simply dip in maple syrup and ponder the deeper meanings of life

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