Use your Instant Pot to make tender Pot Roast with Vegetables and cut the cooking time in half. This is a hearty, soul-satisfying dish that is perfect with homemade bread or rolls.
Make Pot Roast in the Instant Pot
To make pot roast, begin by adding olive oil to the Instant Pot® inner cooking pot and select the “Sauté’ function. Use the “Adjust” button to select the “More” (high) setting.
Once the pot is hot, add the roast and season with salt and black pepper, to taste. Sear the roast on all sides, approximately 3-4 minutes per side. Remove roast from Instant Pot® and transfer to a platter and set aside.
Next, deglaze the Instant Pot® inner pot by adding the beef broth and gently scraping the bottom with a rubber spatula to release the brown bits. Add tomato paste, Italian seasoning, cocoa powder, and garlic powder, and stir to combine. Push the “Keep Warm/Cancel” button to turn off the Sauté function.
Return the roast to the Instant Pot® and add the lid. Lock the lid into place and set the vent to “Sealing.” Select the “Manual” button and adjust to the “High” setting, if necessary. Set cook time to 60 minutes.
When the cooking time is complete, allow the pressure to release naturally for 10 minutes before doing a quick release on any remaining pressure. Add onion, carrots, potatoes, and green beans on top of the roast.
Cover and lock the lid into place. Set the vent to “Sealing” and push the “Manual” button (should still be on “High.”) Adjust cook time to 10 minutes.
When the cooking time is complete, allow the pressure to release naturally for 5 minutes before doing a quick release on any remaining pressure.
Time-Saving Tip: Prep the onions, carrots, potatoes, and green beans after the roast starts cooking. Nutrition information is an approximation.
Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 1863Total Fat: 118gSaturated Fat: 47gTrans Fat: 6gUnsaturated Fat: 63gCholesterol: 593mgSodium: 1495mgCarbohydrates: 20gFiber: 4gSugar: 4gProtein: 181g
Time-Saving Tip: Prep the onions, carrots, potatoes, and green beans after the roast starts cooking.
Nutrition information is an approximation.