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Instant Pot Bacon Wrapped Pork Ribeye

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Instant Pot Bacon Wrapped Pork Ribeye

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Ingredients

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4 Pork Steaks
6-8 strips Bacon
1 Tablespoon Olive Oil
to taste Lawry's Season Salt
4 ounces Sliced Mushrooms
1 medium Onion cut into chunks
1/2 large Green Pepper cut into chunks
3 or 4 small Potatoes cut into chunks
1 and 1/2 cups Water

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This fast and easy dish also creates a savory broth you can use for another dish, or to make gravy if you wish.

Ingredients

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Tonight my son came home with a bag of groceries at 9:00 pm.  Now we don’t usually eat that late, but we had some things going on and we just didn’t get around to eating.  Here’s what he had:  a package of 4 pork ribeye, bacon, green beans, and a microwavable side of broccoli/rice casserole.  Ok, I was listening.  So he says, “Mom couldn’t we make bacon wrapped pork chops in your Instant Pot?”  The thought was intriguing to me, because you know how enamored I am with my new Instant Pot.  I think it could do a backflip on the table if I just pushed the right button.

In a nutshell, here’s what we did.  We wrapped the pork in the bacon, browned it on the saute setting, added a few vegies and water, set the Instant Pot for 15 minutes and hoped for the best.  The results were amazing!  The pork steaks were pull apart tender and in the pot with all of this deliciousness was a beautiful brown pork broth.  Wow!  It took 30 minutes total to make and most of that was wait time.  You have got to try this one.  Below is the recipe for you to try for yourself.

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Steps

1
Done

Shake Lawry's season salt all over the pork steaks.

2
Done

Roll the steaks like a jelly roll and wrap one or two slices of bacon around each roll depending on size and use a toothpick to hold in place.

3
Done

Plug in the Instant Pot and touch the Saute feature.

4
Done

When the indicator says HOT, add the olive oil and set each bacon wrapped pork steak in the bottom of the instant pot and brown on all sides. My 6 quart pot held 4 rolled steaks.

5
Done

When all of the steaks are browned--do not drain--add the veggies in this order: mushrooms, onions, green pepper, and potatoes.

6
Done

Pour the water over all, push manual and increase or decrease the time to 15 minutes. Make sure your valve is set to pressure. The pot should pressurize fairly quickly since you have been using the saute feature.

7
Done

Allow to cook for the full 15 minutes and do a natural pressure release for 10 minutes. If it hasn't fully released by then, use quick release to release the rest of the steam.

8
Done

Remove meat and veggies from the pot and strain the broth into a bowl. Make gravy if desired or save for a soup or stew.

9
Done

Pull out the toothpicks from the meat. Place onions, green pepper and mushrooms over meat and serve with gravy or just pour a little of the lovely broth over all.

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