Beef Tips and Rice via Pressure Cooker

Beef Tips Recipes

This evening, I pulled out the old pressure cooker. I love using the pressure cooker for roasts, pinto beans, but today I tried beef tips.

Today pressure cookers are safer than in our grandparents days. I bet every grandmother has a pressure cooker story where they were cleaning dinner off the kitchen ceiling. Both my grandmother and mother have told me these stories over and over again. However, I did not let that stop me. I have had two pressure cookers. My first one…do NOT put BBQ sauce in a pressure cooker. It sealed my pressure cooker and the lid never came off. I wished I had taken pictures of my husband trying to get that lid off. Haha! So we had to go out to dinner that night.

Follow your manufacturer’s directions.

My Beef Tips:

I package of Beef Tips, seasoned with Emeril’s seasoning and browned in just a small about of oil.
2 cups of beef broth.

Cover and cook on medium high for 45 minutes. Let pressure come back down to normal and remove lid. Add 1 tablespoon of cornstarch or arrow root with a small amount of water. Pour in and simmer until desired thickness.

Serve over rice, noodles, baked potatoes or bread for an open faced sandwich.

Beef Tips Recipes
Beef Tips Recipes
Beef Tips Recipes

Beef Tips Recipes

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