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Instant Pot Beef Bourguignon {AIP/Paleo}

I’m just starting to venture into using the pressure cooker setting on my Instant Pot, but each and every time I do, I am overwhelmed with the deliciousness that prevails.

This past Friday night while my daughter was on a play date, I really fancied Beef Stew, and I had some Stew Meat in the fridge and some bacon, some veggies and I thought that was the route I would go, until my eye landed on a bottle of Red Wine that a friend had opened while visiting recently and I was reminded of a recipe that my Mum used to make when I was a child that would fill the house with a rich aroma that warmed you just on inhalation!

Alcohol is not AIP Compliant but when it is cooked, the alcohol is burned off, so waste not want not, I decided craft an AIP Compliant Beef Bourguignon Recipe… as my ode to Julia Child!

As the aroma started to fill the house, I actually started salivating, pleased that I only had to wait 30 minutes for dinner to be ready… and boy was I rewarded.

Instant Pot Beef Bourguignon {AIP/Paleo}
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Hearty, tender beef in a red wine sauce
Servings Prep Time
4 20 Minutes
Cook Time
50 Minutes
Servings Prep Time
4 20 Minutes
Cook Time
50 Minutes
Instant Pot Beef Bourguignon {AIP/Paleo}
Print Recipe
Hearty, tender beef in a red wine sauce
Servings Prep Time
4 20 Minutes
Cook Time
50 Minutes
Servings Prep Time
4 20 Minutes
Cook Time
50 Minutes
Ingredients
Servings:
Instructions
  1. Switch Instant Pot to Browning Setting. Add one tbsp of Oil and warm
  2. Pat Dry Beef and Season and then saute in batches to give them room in the Instant Pot to brown. Set aside.
  3. Slice Bacon into thin strips and brown with onions
  4. Add Back Beef and then add all remaining ingredients
  5. Switch Instant Pot to High Pressure Setting and Set to 30 Minutes.
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BBQ Apple CrockPot Ribs {AIP/Paleo}

We love ribs in this family –  and not being able to eat tomatoes, we struggled at first to find a sauce that we loved, and so I’ve been experimenting and these are my favorite yet!

Ribs are a great food to have in the crockpot, and I created this recipe for Halloween night, as we’d be out Trick or Treating and I wouldn’t have time to cook.  These ribs invited us back into the house, and were a great additional to our Halloween Spooky Meal – we called them Skeleton Ribs.

I particularly liked this recipe as I was able to hide Beets in the sauce, which typically my daughter won’t touch.  Beets are high in immune-boosting vitamin C, fiber, and essential minerals like potassium – essential for healthy nerve and muscle function and manganese – good for your bones, liver, kidneys, and pancreas. Beets also can be used for detoxification and anti-inflammatory purposes, so a great food to have on Halloween to detox any candy that’s consumed!

BBQ Apple CrockPot Ribs {AIP/Paleo}
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Delicious nightshade free Slow Cooker Pork Ribs with a delicious Apple & Beet BBQ Sauce
Servings Prep Time
2 Racks 30
Cook Time
4-6 Hours
Servings Prep Time
2 Racks 30
Cook Time
4-6 Hours
BBQ Apple CrockPot Ribs {AIP/Paleo}
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Delicious nightshade free Slow Cooker Pork Ribs with a delicious Apple & Beet BBQ Sauce
Servings Prep Time
2 Racks 30
Cook Time
4-6 Hours
Servings Prep Time
2 Racks 30
Cook Time
4-6 Hours
Ingredients
  • 2 Rack Pork Ribs each rack should be approx 2lb in weight
Rub (Mix them all into a dish)
Rib Sauce
Servings: Racks
Instructions
  1. Mix up all the seasonings and rub into the Pork Rack and cut into portions to fit in Crock Pot
  2. Blitz all Ingredients for Rib Sauce in Blender/Food Processor
  3. Pour 1/3 of Rib Sauce over the Ribs
  4. Cook for 6 hours if you want meat falling off the bone. Cook for 4 hours if you want to pick up those ribs and gnaw away at the bones
  5. The remaining sauce should be warmed and then served with the ribs upon serving
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