‘Slow Cooking’ has been a culinary trend for years. In Australian supermarket stores, a variety of ready-made slow-cooked meat are available. But, you know, I don’t like ready-made food because of their flavours and ingredients used.
Do you think I do slow cook meat myself? The answer is ‘NO’. Gas & electricity prices are sky-rocketing in Australia. I want to cook meat tender quickly, then the pressure cooker comes handy!


4 Servings


Slow Cook Beef Ribs 2 racks *about 1.5kg
Canola Oil 1 tablespoon

Sauce Ingredients

Beef Stock 1 cup
Soy Sauce 3 to 4 tablespoons *depending on the saltiness of the stock
Brown Sugar 3 tablespoons
Sake (Rice Wine) 4 tablespoons
Rice Vinegar 2 tablespoons
Garlic 2 cloves *finely chopped
Chilli Flakes 1 teaspoon *OR finely chopped 1 Fresh Chilli

  1. Make sauce by mixing all the sauce ingredients.
  2. Cut Beef Ribs into pieces.
  3. Heat Oil in the pressure cooker pot and brown the beef ribs all over. You can do this process using a frying pan.
  4. Place all the beef ribs and the sauce in the pot and cook for about 20 minutes under pressure. Remove excess fat as much as you can, then simmer uncovered until the sauce thickened.