Beef can be replaced with any other type of meat that you like better. But keep in mind that the cooking time, as well as the taste and calorie content of the dish will change. Pork and lamb tend to be fatter than beef, while chicken or turkey are leaner. At the same time, the cooking time depends not only on the type of meat, but also on what part of the carcass is used and how old or young the meat is.
If you are using ready-made spice mixes, be sure to read the ingredients on the packaging. Often salt is already present in such mixtures, keep this in mind, otherwise you risk oversalting the dish.
Keep in mind that the cooking time and mode in the recipe are approximate. All multicookers work differently and even the same models of the same manufacturer may have their own characteristics. Before you start cooking a new dish for you in a multicooker, carefully study the instructions for it, and then in practice try to cook dishes familiar to you first, and then new ones, choosing the mode and time individually for your own technique.
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