Pressure Cooker Barbecue Recipes

Want to have fun at your own barbecue party?!? Then, use our make-ahead pressure cooker recipes so you can join the party.

pre-pressure cook meat

Start meat going in any of these recipes up to a day ahead, then refrigerate the meat until you’re ready to finish them on the BBQ…

get saucy!

Make your own condiments using our recipes or put your own twist on them for amazing flavor!

go dippin’

Here are our favorite recipes for dips suitable for BBQ appetizers.

side & salad it

Delicious make-ahead salads and side dishes!

sweet treats

Our most fun party-worthy desserts are easy to make and delicious to eat.

fun drinks!

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5 Comments

  1. Cool

  2. I WANT TO KNOW HOW TO COOK BABY BACK RIBS WITH OR WITHOUT BONES.

  3. When cooking beef stew meat, cooking time indicates 20/450 gm/1 lb. Does this mean 20 minutes per pound? That seem excessive. I cooked 3 lbs for 20 minutes and it came out perfectly done. Very tender. This may be a dumb question, but could you please explain to me. Thank you for your time.

    1. Chris, stew meat cooking time is determined by the size of the pieces of meat, not the quantity of them. What recipe are you following or trying to adapt?

      Please make sure to visit the Pressure Cooking School video series for a more detailed understanding of how meat, or any food item, cooks in the pressure cooker (you might want to watch the meat episode, first) :
      https://www.hippressurecooking.com/pressure-cooking-school/

      Ciao,

      L

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