How long to boil beef stew meat for tender results

December 11, 2018

With so many different cuts of beef meat, it’s confusing to figure out how to cook a ‎piece of meat. This is why we put together a lifetime guide to help you find out the ‎perfect time to boil different cuts of beef meat ‎depending on your recipe.‎

Blade steak (shoulder blade)‎

When you add the liquid and bring the mixture to a boil, simmer it for 70-90 minutes ‎until the meat is cooked. To save time, cook your meat in Clipso + Precision ‎pressure cooker for 15 minutes.‎

Chuck steak (neck)‎

Chuck steak is perfect for boiling and slow cooking because as it cooks it breaks ‎down to deliver buttery results. It needs around 2 and a half hours of simmering to ‎be cooked perfectly on the stovetop but it always turns our perfectly tender!‎

Pectoral brisket (chest)‎

This type of meat is perfect for boiling, braising or cooking in a casserole. If you’re ‎using regular non-stick pots and pans, you might want to watch your favorite shows ‎while it cooks because it needs 3 hours at least to be done. In a pressure cooker ‎however, you only need 1 hour and 20 minutes to cook it.‎