Instant Pot Beef Tips are super tender delicious tips of beef, braised and pressure cooked in a rich gravy. Serve these amazing pressure cooker beef tips over mashed potatoes or rice for an excellent meal!
Instant Pot Beef Tips
I have been asked for this recipe for beef tips in the Instant Pot for a long time. I had it in the works and now I’m sharing with you! This is a delicious, easy recipe.
Which cut of beef is best for Beef Tips?
You can use any cut of beef for beef tips – tenderloin, sirloin or even chuck roast. If you use the stew meat that is pre-cut from the grocery store, it would be good to buy a chuck roast and cut it yourself (more economical, and you can cut larger chunks).
I most often use sirloin tip roast, and cut the pieces from that, usually in 2 inch chunks. Sirloin isn’t as expensive as steak tenderloin, and works well in this recipe.
The cook time is key to tender beef tips. The cartilage/fat needs time to break down and make the meat tender. So 20 to 30 minutes is ideal, depending on how large you cut the steak cubes.
The gravy that this pressure cooker beef tips recipe makes is rich and delicious. The red wine adds a lot of flavor, however you can use more beef broth if you don’t want to use the wine.
This gravy is so good over mashed potatoes! You could also serve it over rice, cauliflower rice or mashed cauliflower, or over biscuits.
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Instant Pot Beef Tips are super tender and delicious tips of beef braised and pressure cooked in a rich gravy. Serve these amazing pressure cooker beef tips over mashed potatoes or rice.
- 3 Tbsp Flour
- 2 tsp Steak Seasoning
- 2 tsp Garlic Powder
- 1 tsp Onion Powder
- 1 1/4 tsp Kosher Salt
- 1/2 tsp Pepper
- 2 lbs Beef Sirloin Roast, cut in 2" cubes
- 2 Tbsp Olive Oil
- 2 Tbsp Butter
- 1 Onion, chopped
- 2 lg cloves Garlic, minced
- 1/3 cup Red Wine (or use beef broth)
- 1 tsp Beef Bouillon
- 1 (10.5) oz can Beef Consommé
- 1 Tbsp Worcestershire Sauce
- 1 tsp Thyme Leaves (not ground)
In a gallon sized baggie, mix together the seasoning ingredients. Set aside.
Turn on the pot's Sauté setting (high temperature).
Cut the roast into 2 inch cubes and put them into the baggie with the seasoning mixture. Shake the baggie to coat all of the meat with the seasoning.
When the pot is hot, add the oil. Then add half of the steak cubes in one layer. Brown both sides, but don't cook through, and remove to a plate. Repeat with the second half of the meat.
Add the butter and onion to the pot. Stir and scrape the bottom of the pot, getting up all of the browned bits.
Add the garlic, stir. Cook about 20 seconds, then add the red wine.
Add the bouillon, consommé, Worcestershire sauce, and thyme leaves. Mix well to dissolve the bouillon.
Cancel the Sauté setting.
Add the beef tips back into the pot. Close the lid and seal it.
Set the cook time for 25 minutes. High pressure.
When the cook time finishes, let the pot sit undisturbed for a 10 minute natural release.
Turn the steam release knob to Venting and release the remaining pressure.
Stir, taste the gravy and adjust salt, if necessary.
Serve over mashed potatoes, rice, or cauliflower rice.
If the gravy is not as thick as you want, in a cup, whisk together 2 Tbsp of cornstarch and 2 Tbsp of cold water until dissolved. Turn on sauté again and when the sauce simmers, stir in the cornstarch slurry. Stir until thickened, then turn off the pot.
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