Classic beef stock takes ages to make—often the simmering stage alone lasts 12 hours. That’s made it an unlikely project for most home cooks. But thanks to the pressure cooker, beef stock can be made in a fraction of the time, without sacrificing quality. The result is a deeply flavorful and gelatin-rich stock that will make amazing sauces, braises, stews, and soups. This recipe makes a brown beef stock, meaning the bones and vegetables are roasted first for deeper flavor and color.
Published at Mon, 12 Nov 2018 12:58:03 +0000