Instant Pot Beef Stroganoff is a simple one-pot comfort food recipe. Cooking it in the Instant Pot really enhances the flavor of the pasta.
Instant Pot Beef Stroganoff
If you’ve been around for a bit then you might recall we like beef stroganoff. I usually make it with ground beef, and I have a couple of different ways that I make it. I recently decided I wanted to adapt one of the recipes so that it would work in the Instant Pot pressure cooker. After tasting it I actually preferred the way the dish came out in the Instant Pot, because of the way the flavor was really in the pasta. The dish was a hit, we will be having it again. Here’s how I made it.
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- Instant Pot pressure cooker (I used 6 qt model)
- Instant Pot glass lid – I love this lid because it keeps the food warm while I’m serving or while we’re eating
- Instant Pot silicone lid – This lid is for food storage purposes. It will enable you to store your Instant Pot in the fridge, keeping your meal or leftovers covered and fresh.
- Instant Pot silicone mitts
- silicone spoon
- measuring cup – I like the Pyrex glass measuring cups. They are super easy to read, wash well, and are very sturdy when placed on the counter.
- measuring spoon – I love adjustable measuring spoons. You can’t beat replacing a bunch of little spoons that get lost easily with two or three larger spoons.
Here’s convenient buttons that will let you easily puchase any of the items I’ve listed.
Instant Pot Glass LidInstant Pot Silicone LidInstant Pot Silicone MittsSilicone Serving SpoonPyrex 3-piece Glass Measuring Cup SetInstant Pot 7-in-1 Multi-function Pressure CookerCook’s Pro Adjustable Measuring Spoon Set
- 1.25 lbs ground beef
- 1 lb pasta (I used cavatappi)
- 32 oz beef broth
- 1 packet onion soup mix
- 2 tsp garlic powder
- 6 oz cream cheese
- 2 oz sour cream
Select the saute setting on the Instant Pot and brown the ground beef.
Add the pasta, broth, soup mix and garlic to the pot and stir well.
Set to manual 8 minutes.
When the pot has finished cooking, do a quick pressure release.
Add the sour cream and cream cheese and stir until blended.