(AD) The Instant Pot’s pressure cooker function is epic – it’s such a time-saver. This curry only takes 35-minutes to cook using the pressure cooker function – and the meat is mouth-watering tender and delicious. When I cook this recipe on the stove it takes an hour – so almost twice as long to get the meat tender – and I have to keep an eye on it, and stir it occasionally. The other great thing about using this pressure cooker is that I can switch on the timer and walk away. It switches itself off when it’s done and then the curry stays hot in the pressure cook and it’s ready to eat for later. Enjoy this recipe!
1kg rump steak (remove the fat and slice thinly)
2 tbsp oil
2 onions (skin removed, diced)
5 garlic cloves (outer layer removed, diced)
1 tsp each of turmeric, coriander, cumin and cayenne powder
1 large red chilli (cut and de-seed and chop the green top off and slice up)
1 thumb-sized piece of ginger (use a knife to remove the outer layer of the ginger and then dice this up)
5 bay leaves
2 cups coconut milk
Beef stock (make it by mixing 300mls water with 3 teaspoons beef stock powder)
2 tbsp lemongrass paste
2 tbsp soy sauce
Zest from 1 lime
½ tsp black pepper
Juice squeezed from 1 lime
fresh coriander to garnish
1 cup long white rice (cooked in a pan with two cups of water. It takes roughly ten minutes)
Method: Place the oil, onions and garlic in the inner pot. Press the sauté function and cook for three minutes. Keep stirring. Add the spices, chilli, and ginger and stir for a minute more. Now place this in a blender (I use a Vitamix) and add 1 cup of coconut milk) and blitz it so it combines to make the curry paste.
Add this now to the pressure cooker inner pot, and then add the rest of the coconut milk, the beef stock, lemongrass paste, soy sauce, lime zest, and black pepper.
Meanwhile, on a clean chopping board, trim the fat off the meat and cut this into small strips and add to the curry liquid in the pot. Lock the pressure cooker lid next on top (ensure quick release button is set to seal position). Push the pressure cooker button on high for 35-minutes and then press start. Leave it to cook and walk away and come back when you like later. Open the lid and add the lime juice and stir. Serve onto plates, garnish with coriander, serve with white rice and a glass of water (or wine). Now savour!
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Recipe by Rachel Grunwell: Wellness expert, wellness speaker, and author of the book Balance: Food, Health + Happiness