I like to make my venison/moose roast using this method,
without adding tomatoes and/or veggies,
so I have flavored, cooked and tender meat to use in MANY recipes.

Simply portion out cooked meat into separate Ziploc bags
to refrigerate and/or freeze to use in the future
(e.g., to transform into enchiladas, tacos, burritos, soups, stews,
French dip sandwiches, and more)...

Yield: 3 lb roast
Prep: 5 Mins.
Cook: 120 Mins.
Pressure: Appx build/decrease times at beg/end, respectively = 10 mins ea.; 20 mins. total


3 lb. FROZEN venison/moose roast
--(thaw just enough to remove plastic/paper wrap and/or string);
--trim sinew and excess fat (as fat from venison does not have a pleasant feel on the palete)
1 pkg McCormick Dry Stew Seasoning mix
3 cups hot water
3 teaspoons beef base paste
1 teaspoon garlic powder
1 teaspoon onion powder
2 tablespoons cider vinegar
2 tablespoons Worcestershire


Place trivet in bottom of  instant pot, then place FROZEN venison/moose roast on top of it.  Add all the remaining ingredients to a 4-cup glass measure; whisk to combine, and pour over roast in Instant Pot.

Place lid on instant pot, close vent valve. Set to MANUAL; HIGH PRESSURE for 120 MINUTES. (Will take about 10 minutes to come up to pressure.)

At the end of 120 minutes, NATURAL RELEASE pressure (will take about 10 minutes). Lift lid, and remove roast. ~ Enjoy!



You will end up with about 3 cups of stock, which you can thicken to a gravy with a cornstarch or flour slurry, if so desired. 

I like to use my gravy separator, then freeze stock for soups/stews later on.

----I purchased the Instant Pot via Amazon Prime here:

Instant Pot DUO60 6 Qt 7-in-1 Multi-Use Programmable Pressure Cooker, Slow Cooker, Rice Cooker, Steamer, Sauté, Yogurt Maker and Warmer


bhuff said...

Can you add vegetables such as carrots potatoes, onions etc?

Unknown said...

I just finished making this and it is so tender and tastes awesome.
Thank you!

TheSuitsRock said...

I do it all the time. I usually add an extra cup of stock though.

Michael Hennessey said...

I made this tonight for guests. I did not tell them it was Moose until after dinner. They thought it was an excellent pot roast. Extremely easy to make.

Michael Hennessey


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