The Best Instant Pot Beef Tips

Hey folks, Jaxx The Bearded Hiker here. Today we’re gonna be cookin’ up one of my
favorite recipes in the Instant Pot and that is beef tips. Now you don’t have to own an Instant Pot in
order to do this recipe. You can use any other pressure cooker that
you have on hand. I have no doubt that you guys are gonna love this. Alright, enough babble, let’s get started
with this. Let’s go over the ingredient list first and
as always, you can go to my blog and get a printable version of this recipe at Ok, so starting off, we have one onion. We have one bell pepper. Any color bell pepper will do, I just like
using red because it’s pretty. I got a quarter teaspoon of mustard powder
in there. I got a half a teaspoon of paprika. S&P, I have two teaspoons of salt, 1/2 teaspoon
of pepper. We have two large cloves of garlic, minced. We also have 3 tablespoons of white, all-purpose
flour. Some oil. You’re gonna need 2 pounds of sirloin or a
good quality stew meat. Lastly guys, you’re gonna need one can of
beef consomme. Now, you may not use the whole can, I’ll measure
it out and tell you what that will be. Lastly guys, we’re gonna need about 1/4 cup
of a red wine. Ok, so let’s go ahead and get this started. So the firs thing we’re gonna do is open up
our bag here and we’re gonna add all of the dry ingredients. Alright, move this over here and we’re gonna
seal this up. This is a gallon ziplock bag. We’re just gonna kinda shake all this about
and get this meat coated well. We got all of our meat coated here, and as you can see, there’s not a lot of flour or anything left over in this bag. Alright, so now we’re going to get our Instant
Pot out and set it on the saute setting and start browning this meat up. Before we get started, pro tip here guys, make sure that you heat up your Instant Pot first, before adding the oil. It’ll help with stickage, because this is
stainless steel. With a lot of other pressure cookers you don’t
have to worry about that, but with the Instant Pot you do. Alright, we’re gonna go ahead and add about
2 tablespoons or so of oil. We may have to add some later and we’re gonna
go ahead and add in our meat. Make sure you don’t overcrowd your meat guys,
do it in batches. We’re goin ahead and removing the rest of
this meat. We’ve browned up all of it. Now we’re about ready to throw in these vegetables. Now we’re gonna go in and add about 1 tablespoon
of butter. Throw in our vegetables here. We’re just gonna saute these up for a bit. We’re sweated just, I don’t know, maybe about
3 or 4 minutes there and now we’re gonna go ahead and add in our garlic. We’re gonna saute that up in for about another
2 minutes. So it’s been about 2 minutes, now we’re gonna
go in and deglaze with our consomme. That was 1 cup of consomme that we put in there. We’re going in with 1/4 cup of red wine. If you’re not into cooking with red wine,
then you’re gonna want to go ahead and use that entire can of consomme. If you’re gonna use wine, it would be 1 cup
of consomme and 1/4 cup of red wine. So make sure that we deglaze with that and
get all those bits and pieces, or croute, off the bottom. You can feel it with your spoon. Alright, so we’ve got that deglazed. Now we’re gonna go ahead and add back in our
meat. All the liquid and everything that was drained,
that came off that meat, go ahead and add that back in as well. We’re gonna go ahead and give it a good stir. Just incorporate that meat all in there. That looks good to me. Now we put the lid on it. We’re gonna pressure it on high for 25 minutes
and let the pressure come down naturally. So we just took the lid off this bad boy and
it came out perfect. Now, this is the point where if you don’t
like the thickness of your liquid, you could just put this thing back on saute and thicken it a little bit. But I think it came out perfect. We’re just gonna give it a little sample here. And look, so you can see how tender this stuff
is guys, it’s just kind of falling apart there. Anyway, let’s give it a taste. It’s gonna be hot, so fernbark it just like
I normally do. MMmm…It’s delicious. Just like it always is. Perfectly spiced. I don’t need to add anything. Alright guys, pressure cooker or Instant Pot beef tips, in your Instant Pot or pressure cooker, dooo iittt!

38 comments on “The Best Instant Pot Beef Tips”

  1. BBQ PIT DOG says:

    You nailed this Jaxx! Easy and delicious looking! That sirloin was so tender!!

  2. Chicken Fried BBQ says:

    looks delicious!!! ….just spot on!!


    Very similar to what my mama use to make growing up. Stick to your ribs goodness. Awesome job my bro!

  4. jasmine marie says:

    Comfort food at its best!

  5. Aaron Nelson says:

    I wanna drink a glass of that broth!!

  6. BillGoudy says:

    Look at the goodness…Β  Thanks for the inspiration, Jaxx!!Β  πŸ˜‰

  7. PREPFORIT says:

    Great recipe !Β  You have to use red wine it's the Law !

  8. The Wasatch Gear Review says:

    Looks delicious as always Jaxx!

  9. Tina Kernell says:

    These are indeed the best beef tips ever! The most requested in our family and favorite recipe in the Instant Pot. Thank you for an awesome recipe Jaxx!

  10. Lasse's Food and Barbecue says:

    Looks fabulous Jaxx, as i have said before – i need to get me a pressure cooker .)

  11. Paivi Project says:

    Yum yum yum. I wanna Do IT. Freaking hungry ! Good eating right there Jaxx πŸ‘ŒπŸ˜ƒπŸ‘‹

  12. Cooking with Cricket (cricket516) says:

    Oh my goodness! This looks so delicious πŸ˜‹ I will be making this.

  13. diy dark matter says:

    looked really good you sexy beast .

  14. Backcountry Exposure says:

    This one I gotta make!

  15. Pickles BBQ says:

    Heck yeah and there it is! Love the instant pot recipes, I’ve had mine for years and it’s great, simple pressure cookers before then. I’ll make this for sure. Nice job Jaxx!

  16. Triumph Screen Printing says:

    Ya just gotta love beef tips… even worth "Fernbarking" yourself for! Cheers Jaxx

  17. Saline Scott says:

    Omg. That looks delicious. I feel like I say that every time. I may smack my wife and say…. β€œdooooo iitttttt!!” Lol

  18. Catherine Gregory says:

    I can’t wait for smellovision! Another amazing looking dish Jaxx!

  19. Jonathan F says:

    Definitely making this, Have to say that everything we have made from you has been delicious and easy to make, Instant Pot Rigatoni and Sausage, Pesto Chicken with Carrots & Potatoes, Classic Roast Beef Po Boy and our favorite the Alabama Sliders. Thanks for the videos!

  20. Native Tearz says:

    Someone call 911 becuz i seriously just hurt myself trying to smell that pot when you opened it!
    πŸ˜πŸ˜„πŸ˜‚πŸ˜ƒ JAXXALICIOUS

    That instapot you sent me…
    GETS A TON of use!!!!
    Why am i just now noticing your instant pot recipe website????

  21. T-ROY COOKS says:

    Man, those beef tips were falling apart tender!!!! Loved it Jaxx!!! My wife just got us an Instapot, so I'm gonna have to give this recipe a shot. Thanks for sharing it brother!!! Cheers to ya!

  22. Marjie NS816 says:

    Oh my gosh, this sounds and looks amazing. It will be cooked in my house very soon but after the Alabama Pot Roast. 😊
    I need a good recipe for an Instant Pot Jambalaya, found a few on the Internet but not one that sounds right to me. Hope you will
    Be inspired to make it one day because I know it will be the bomb. 😊😊 Thank you for sharing your skill and time.

  23. Colleen Beamer says:

    Love it. Looks like this will be another recipe keeper! πŸ™‚

  24. shovelhead8 says:

    Simple and good. What more could you want from a recipe! Thank you for sharing this one with us, Jaxx

  25. BBQRando says:

    Awesome recipe~~~~~~~!

  26. Jamie Slate Music says:

    Nice, Beth is going to watch it again to get the full feel. Good tips too on that instant pot. ~~jamie

  27. Practical Outdoorist says:

    This one is a Winner ! Tryin this tomorrow.

  28. Calvin's Corner72 says:

    Nice job. I don’t have a instant pot myself. Never had this meal before. Looks very good. The ingredients alone makes me interested. Very informative and spot on. Thanks

  29. Air Fryer Recipes with Booger500us says:

    Dang that was beautiful Jaxx, get that croute mon ami, get it all! hehe. Tom doesn't like it when I use wine in my recipes…dangit man.. people from NY are a little strange I tell ya lol

  30. Spain on a Fork says:

    simple and delicious recipe Jaxx, it seems all your instant pot recipes get the most views! keep it rocking brother

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  32. Backcountry Exposure says:

    Made this last night for my wife and it was amazing! Put it over rice noodles and broccoli and it was so delish!

  33. DriveShaft Drew says:

    thumbs up and shared looked yummy buddy

  34. Adventures with Frodo says:

    To me the red have the most flavor.

  35. Chandler Lyles says:

    It's cold here in KY, I'm going to make this to warm up!

  36. Practical Outdoorist says:

    Made this today for a second time. It seems to have become a regular around my house. Kid approved too. Thanks again Jaxx!!

  37. Yuki Straton says:

    this looks so good. I'm making this one

  38. Sue Kemp Schultz says:

    Why specifically Beef CONSOMMÉ? Just curious. In a pinch, could you use a tad more Better than Bouillon Beef in that cup of water in a pinch?

    Also, at my house, I'd add sub in some tomato sauce, diced tomatoes and green peppers, serve it over noodles or rice and call it "Swiss Steak" at my house.

    Or add some sliced mushrooms at the beginning, then put some of the finished broth in a separate bowl and temper a cup of sour cream, add that back to the IP, serve over noodles or rice and call it Beef Stroganoff.

    I just found your channel and I LOVE it! ❀

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