Sunday, April 13, 2014

Pork Sirloin Tip Roast with Brussel Sprouts

My weeknight dinners are mostly quick and simple especially when you work all day and rush home to prepare dinner. Tonight, I cook a very fast and super healthy (low calorie) and still savory dish.

Get this, this recipe does not use a drop of oil, all the favor comes for the juice of the pork with the magic of the the pressure cooker.

2 lb pork roast (sliced in /4 inch thick)
3 rib of celery, sliced
2 stick of carrots, sliced
1 24 ozs frozen brussel sprouts ( or fresh brussel sprouts )
1/2 cup black beans ( I boiled and freezed that I use any time )
1 medium tomato, diced
1/2 chopped onion
1/4 jalapeno (optional), chopped
1 tsp onion powder
1 tsp garlic powder
1 Tbs worsheshire sauce
1 Tbs soya sauce
1 1/2 cup water

Start by placing slices of pork at bottom of pressure cooker.
Add tomato over pork slices
Add all the rest of vegetables on top of pork slices.
Pour in water into the mixture in the cooker.
Shake in onion and garlic powder.
Mix in worsheshire sauce and soya sauce.
Add in the black beans.

Set timer to 20 minutes.
Cover lid on cooker and heat at high heat until the cooker starts to boil or when you hear hissing noise.
Turn heat to medium heat and let it continue to cook until 20 minutes timer is up.
Turn heat off, let cooker stands on stove for another 5 minutes before you attempt to open the cooker. ( make sure you let out the air pressure out first and then open the lid )

Open cooker lid, stir the cooker and serve hot with rice, noodle, nann bread or tortilla wrap, we chose to eat with a piece of tortilla wrap for dinner.

Serves with hot sauce for 6 and up 10 servings. Light, healthy and tasty dinner :)

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