If you guys haven’t heard yet, I started a YouTube channel to share some of my recipes! I started off with an introduction and a little bit about myself, and a little bit about Back to School lunches for my 3 paleo kids. For my very first recipe video, I wanted to just do what I do best. Make…Stuff….Up. So I started with a template from a recipe with Mickey Trescott.
This soup not only turned out amazing! It turned into the best soup I’ve ever had in my life…Rivaling even that of my Epic Noodle Soup! I even got all three of my “not soup fans” to eat it up.
Here’s what you’ll need:
- 1 Pound of Beef Stew Meat
- 1 Large Sweet Potato, peeled and Diced
- 1 Small Onion
- 4 Medium Carrots
- 2 Medium Pears
- 6 Cups of Homemade Chicken Bone Brother (Or veggie broth…Or whatever you like.)
- Olive Oil
- 2 Medium Cloves of Garlic
- 4 or 5 Basil Leaves
- A Pinch of Dried Thyme
- A Few Fresh Parsley Leaves
- Pink Himalayan Salt
- Fresh Cracked Black Pepper (Omit for AIP)
- 1 Splash Apple Cider Vinegar
Turn your pressure cooker onto the brown or saute setting. Heat up some olive oil. Add the beef and let it brown. When it is browned, but not cooked through add the garlic till fragrant. Once that’s done, throw in all those amazing vegetables and pears. Stir it around to evenly distribute everything.
Add all the rest of the ingredients into the pressure cooker. Again, stir everything around to evenly distribute all of those amazing ingredients. Lock your pressure cooker lid and follow the instructions to your machine.
Set the timer for 30 minutes under high pressure.
***PLEASE! Read your owners manual and know how to safely open your pressure cooker!***
Carefully release the pressure valve, or let it release naturally. You choose here, friend. All that’s left after this is to patiently wait for it to cool off…Yes.. That’s the hard part!
I’m going to leave a link below to the YouTube video that goes along with this recipe. I hope you enjoy! If you give it a try leave me a comment wherever comment sections are found. 😉 Make sure you come back to see what this soup loving, paleo mom will make up next.
-Ami M. Lee, The Common Sense Cook