Last night’s supper consisted of Bourbon Salmon from Fresh Market and mixed vegetables on the grill, watermelon and blackberries, and my favorite squash recipe.
To get the squishy consistency I like in my squash, I usually cook it for hours in a frying pan. To see if I could speed up the process and retain the flavor, I tried the pressure cooker. It worked – delicious squishy squash in less than an hour!
I’m obsessed with my pressure cooker. This is the third day I’ve cooked a savory main dish with a cook time of 15 to 25 minutes. Sunday, it was chili. Monday, it was Thai chicken (I’ll post on that later). Last night was beef stew. I adapted this recipe from food.com. It’s fun to find a recipe and modify it for Paleo. I’ve put an asterisk * next to my modifications.
The savory beef stew was delicious, filling, and the stew beef was fall-apart-on-your-fork tender.
Chop the onion and garlic. Peel and cube the turnips and parsnips.
Brown the stew beef in olive oil and remove to crock pot with drippings. Add a bit more oil to the pan and saute onion and garlic for a few minutes. Add 1/2 c red wine to frying pan and heat, then add contents of pan to crock pot.
Add remainder of ingredients to crock pot and cook on high for 6 hours.