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Are you ready to make something super duper easy? I mean so easy that a little kid can do it? And it’s super duper tasty as well? Full of flavor like a party on your taste buds. And it’s easy on the wallet. It consists of only 5 ingredients if you include the Beef Chuck Roast.

I saw this recipe on Pinterest originally and it was cooked in a slow cooker for up to 8 hours. But what the hey, let’s try it in the good ole pressure cooker for only 1 hour.

So are you ready?

Let’s go! I’ll race you to the finish line!

INGREDIENTS:

  • 3-4 Lb. Chuck Roast
  • 1 Packet of Ranch Dressing Powder
  • 1 Packet of Au Ju Mix Powder
  • 1 Stick of Butter (Or just half if you don’t want the extra calories.)
  • 1 Jar of Peperoncinis aka Peppercinis

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Place about 4 peppers into the bottom of the cooking pot first. Then place the chuck roast on top of them. This will lift up the roast off the bottom of the pan and prevent burning and overheating.

Open the packets of the seasonings and sprinkle them both all over the top of the roast, covering it as much as possible. Place a few more peppercinis on top of the roast, and around it. Then pour about 1/4 to 1/2 of the peppercini liquid into the pot. Add 1/2 a cup of water to that, put the whole piece of butter directly on top of the roast as well and you are DONE!

Lock and load the pressure cooker and program it to cook for 60-minutes.

That is it! I swear! This just might be my shortest post!

You can serve this roast any way you like it. It’s got a tangy spicy kick to the taste buds. I shredded the meat since it was falling apart anyway. Sprinkled some cheese on top and sandwiched it in between Hawaiian Sweet Dinner Rolls since that’s all I had laying around anyway. AND I was also starving so I totally rushed through the sandwich making process and took a photo and gobbled it all up in like 2 minutes!!!  O M G! It was soooo good, I wanted to cry! There isn’t anything healthy about this dish though, so for that, I apologize.

ENJOY!

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16 Comments

  1. Ruth S. on the 15. Jun, 2013 remarked #

    So enjoying your blogs and recipes; looking forward to more vegetarian/vegan recipes, hint, hint!’

  2. Ruth S. on the 02. Jul, 2013 remarked #

    Just made this last night and served it up for dinner; hubz really liked it with the Hawaiian bread — three w/potato salad; daughter also had 3 sliders as well! I have the Elite PC like yours; have you ever thought about purchasing the new model with all the fancy buttons on the front panel? Thank you again for sharing your wonderful recipes!

  3. Phyllis Hayes on the 21. Apr, 2014 remarked #

    New and afraid to use. Can u use frozen meat, and how much longer does it take? I thought I had read it some where any help would be apperiate .

    • patee333 on the 21. Apr, 2014 remarked #

      Yes, you can cook frozen meat that is in pieces. Not a whole frozen chicken or roast. Frozen food takes longer to bring up to pressure though.

  4. Christina Crawford on the 30. Aug, 2014 remarked #

    Can’t wait to try this tonight in my new electric pressure cooker!

  5. Snoopybecool on the 31. Aug, 2014 remarked #

    I have been searching for a Mississippi Pot Roast recipe for the pressure cooker! Yay!! I will have to try this (unfortunately, I had to cook mine overnight in the crock pot tonight). Will definitely be trying this now in my electric pressure cooker!!
    Thanks!!

  6. Lori on the 12. Sep, 2014 remarked #

    Looking at the pic of your roast, it looks like it was cut into 3 pieces. I s that the case? Thanks for this blog. I’m new to pressure cooking (today actually), and your recipes sound awesome 7 easy!

  7. bob argo on the 28. Apr, 2015 remarked #

    yum

  8. Roxanna on the 16. May, 2015 remarked #

    Afraid to use my new cooker, no recipes or instructions included. 1st ? is the aitight/exhaust switch supposed to be loose and wobbly?

    • patee333 on the 16. May, 2015 remarked #

      Yes. It’s suppose to be wobbly.

      • Roxanna on the 16. May, 2015 remarked #

        Thank you! Thank You! Thank You! Your Easter pot roast tomorrow!

  9. Reresa on the 23. Aug, 2015 remarked #

    Could I use pork roast?

  10. Leigh on the 22. Dec, 2015 remarked #

    That was so delicious and so simple. I fixed it to eat after church Sunday morning and then my wife and I talked about it the rest of the day. Did I mention the juice? We used larger, heartier rolls than slider rolls and toasted them to stand up to the moistness better-it was an alright idea but then discovered how delicious the edges of the bun were when they’d soaked up that juice.

    I did have a problem shredding a small section of the roast. I think a corner had made direct contact with the bottom of the pot and dried out. I shredded what could be shredded, put the rest back in the pot with the liquid, switched it to crock pot, and started eating the what we’d already shredded. Two hours later it was moist and shredded easily before being added to the rest.

    Got off work Monday and the only thing on both of our minds was getting the leftovers heated when we got home. It’s also great over rice and a simple cole slaw is an excellent accompaniment.

  11. Diane on the 07. Feb, 2016 remarked #

    Saw the Mississippi Roast recipe on Good Morning America and was hoping there was a pressure cooker version. Got one a few months ago for Christmas. This recipe and a pork roast are my favorites so far. I’d attempted a pot roast about a month ago and it was terrible. Didn’t cook long enough because the recipe said 40 min. What a difference the extra 20 min makes! My bd doesn’t like beef. Let me tell you, he LOVED it!! Even went back for 2nds! Thank you for posting this recipe!!

  12. Diane on the 07. Feb, 2016 remarked #

    Saw the Mississippi Roast recipe on Good Morning America and was hoping there was a pressure cooker version online. DELICIOUS! Got one a few months ago for Christmas. This recipe and a pork roast are my favorites so far. I’d attempted a pot roast about a month ago and it was terrible. Didn’t cook long enough because the recipe said 40 min. What a difference the extra 20 min makes! My bf doesn’t like beef. Let me tell you, he LOVED it!! Even went back for 2nds! Thank you for posting this recipe!!

  13. Dee on the 29. Feb, 2016 remarked #

    Good afternoon, I saw on one of the postings on here that you said you had tons of recipes for the electric pressure cooker. I sure would love to get some of them. I bought the cooker but it has zip for recipes! I can’t wait to try it once I get my nerve up! Thank you so much!

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