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  1. 5 stars
    Is it me or does the Ninja Foodi cook things differently from the Instant pot and other pressure cookers because i have followed different recipes whilst using my Ninja Foodi but this has been the only one that turned out how it should have done. The timings were great thank you.

  2. 5 stars
    Thank you, thank you! New to pressure cooking and really wanted to try a pot roast. All the recipe books I bought along with my cooker were of no help. Came across your recipe online and it’s exactly what I was looking for! Was alittle leery of the idea of pressure cooking as I remembered an incident from my childhood of my grandmother’s old silver pressure cooker blowing up. They’ve come a long way since then. My roast came out wonderful and the recipe was super easy. Keep up the awesome job! I look forward to trying your other recipes!

    1. Hi Laura,

      I was scared about using the pressure cooker part at first as well but eventually i have gained enough confidence to use it virtually everyday, just for our family and not just for my recipes my readers request.

      Glad you liked it and here is to more pressure cooking 🙂

  3. Hi, I have just started using the ninja foodi and this recipe sounds awesome. I was wondering if there was a way to control the way the meat cooks (we prefer our beef medium – medium rare).
    Hope you can help?
    Thanks so much!

    1. Hi Aneesa,

      It is very hard to cook a pot roast to say medium exactly when using the pressure cooker function. If you wanted it medium or medium rare i would reduce the cooking time. Ours turned out medium to well done with a 45 minute cook time so i would try a 35 minute cook time and that should be just right for medium and even slightly less for a medium rare roast 🙂

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