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== Directions ==
 
== Directions ==
# In my 4-qt. Presto stove-top pressure cooker I used 1½ to 2 lbs of pork ribs.
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# I used 1½ to 2 lbs of pork ribs.
# The ribs were browned in the heated pressure cooker in just a little [[olive oil]].
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# I heated just a little [[olive oil]] my 4-qt. Presto stove-top pressure cooker and browned the ribs on all sides.
 
# Then I added the garlic, shallot and onion on top of the meat.
 
# Then I added the garlic, shallot and onion on top of the meat.
# Next, I mixed the sauerkraut, brown sugar, salt and pepper together in a bowl: this is where you could add caraway seeds, I don't like them and didn't have any on hand, so I didn't put them in the recipe I poured the [[sauerkraut]] mixture over the [[pork]] rib mixture in the pot.
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# Next, I mixed the sauerkraut, brown sugar, salt and pepper together in a bowl: this is where you could add caraway seeds, I don't like them and didn't have any on hand, so I didn't put them in the recipe. I poured the [[sauerkraut]] mixture over the [[pork]] rib mixture in the pot.
# Next I added the sauerkraut juice, apple juice and water: the recipe in my book said to use 1½ cups [[water]], so I knew I needed that much total liquid.
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# Next I added the sauerkraut juice, apple juice and water. The recipe in my book asked for 1½ cups [[water]], so I knew I needed that much total liquid.
 
# Next I added the [[potato]] and [[carrot]].
 
# Next I added the [[potato]] and [[carrot]].
# I sort of pushed the [[potato]] and [[carrot]] pieces down into the [[sauerkraut]] and added a sprinkle of dried [[thyme]]m which could be omitted if you don't like [[thyme]].
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# I gently pushed the [[potato]] and [[carrot]] pieces down into the [[sauerkraut]] and added a sprinkle of dried [[thyme]] which could be omitted if you don't like [[thyme]].
 
# I put on the lid, put on the temperature gauge and turned up the heat to medium high.
 
# I put on the lid, put on the temperature gauge and turned up the heat to medium high.
# After the gauge began to rock, I turned down the heat to low and started a timer for 15 minutes.
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# After the gauge began to rock, I turned the heat down to low and set a timer for 15 minutes.
# I stayed in the kitchen to be sure the gauge was kept gently rocking on a very low flame (gas stove).
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# I stayed in the kitchen to be sure the gauge was gently rocking on a very low flame on my gas stove.
# After 15 minutes, I cut off the flame on the stove and let the pot sit for 3 minutes.
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# After 15 minutes, I cut off the flame on the stove and let the pot rest for 3 minutes.
# Then I carefully carried the pot to the stove and turned on the tap for a slow drizzle of [[water]] over the pot.
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# Then I carefully carried the pot to the sink and turned on the tap for a slow drizzle of cold [[water]] over the pot.
 
# When the handle lock latch and the over-pressure vent went down, it was safe to open the pot and enjoy the aromas.
 
# When the handle lock latch and the over-pressure vent went down, it was safe to open the pot and enjoy the aromas.
 
# The meat is fork tender and delicious, the [[potato]] and carrot completely cooked soft, but not mushy and still hold shape.
 
# The meat is fork tender and delicious, the [[potato]] and carrot completely cooked soft, but not mushy and still hold shape.

Latest revision as of 23:39, March 8, 2016

This is so good, and I have leftovers for tomorrow! this recipe would be enough for 3 normal appetites or 2 real hungry folks. One recipe said to cook the recipe for 25 minutes under pressure. IMO this would have been way too long. The meat and the vegetables were absolutely perfect, to my tastes, at 15 minutes cook time and 3 minutes cool down time - which is still cooking time - then a quick release of the pressure under the drizzle of water at the sink.

I wanted to post all of this because I hope those who are afraid of the stove top pressure cookers will see how very easy they are to use. From start to finish, this hot meal took me less than ½ hour. Ribs and sauerkraut were made to be cooked in a pressure cooker! keep the pressure up! Teresa Rouzer

Ingredients Edit

Directions Edit

  1. I used 1½ to 2 lbs of pork ribs.
  2. I heated just a little olive oil my 4-qt. Presto stove-top pressure cooker and browned the ribs on all sides.
  3. Then I added the garlic, shallot and onion on top of the meat.
  4. Next, I mixed the sauerkraut, brown sugar, salt and pepper together in a bowl: this is where you could add caraway seeds, I don't like them and didn't have any on hand, so I didn't put them in the recipe. I poured the sauerkraut mixture over the pork rib mixture in the pot.
  5. Next I added the sauerkraut juice, apple juice and water. The recipe in my book asked for 1½ cups water, so I knew I needed that much total liquid.
  6. Next I added the potato and carrot.
  7. I gently pushed the potato and carrot pieces down into the sauerkraut and added a sprinkle of dried thyme which could be omitted if you don't like thyme.
  8. I put on the lid, put on the temperature gauge and turned up the heat to medium high.
  9. After the gauge began to rock, I turned the heat down to low and set a timer for 15 minutes.
  10. I stayed in the kitchen to be sure the gauge was gently rocking on a very low flame on my gas stove.
  11. After 15 minutes, I cut off the flame on the stove and let the pot rest for 3 minutes.
  12. Then I carefully carried the pot to the sink and turned on the tap for a slow drizzle of cold water over the pot.
  13. When the handle lock latch and the over-pressure vent went down, it was safe to open the pot and enjoy the aromas.
  14. The meat is fork tender and delicious, the potato and carrot completely cooked soft, but not mushy and still hold shape.
  15. The sauerkraut is tender and mild with just a hint of tang.
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