Instant Pot Garlic Butter Beef Steak

Pressure Cooker Steak

Quick and easy to prepare in your Instant Pot or any other pressure cooker, this juicy sirloin steak will make you feel like you’re sitting at a restaurant table tasting its rich flavor and its soft texture. For an optimum result, be generous with butter, and don’t worry about keeping your shape…at least for a day!

As a side dish, you can choose both French fries, or simple steamed vegetables.

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Pressure Cooker Steak
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Instant Pot Beef Steak

Course Main Course
Cuisine American
Prep Time 2 minutes
Cook Time 12 minutes
Total Time 16 minutes
Servings 3 people
Calories 142 kcal

Ingredients

  • 1 pound beef top sirloin steaks fat trimmed
  • 1/2 cup broth/red wine
  • 2 tbsp butter
  • 2 tbsp fresh parsley finely minced
  • 3 cloves garlic finely minced
  • salt and pepper to taste
  • 1/2 cup chicken broth or red wine

Instructions

  1. Place butter and minced garlic into your Instant Pot and select “Sauté”.

  2. Cook until butter melts, then add your steak.

  3. Cook for about 2 minutes per side (until it browns) and add salt, black pepper and the chosen liquid (broth or wine).

  4. Close your Instant Pot and cook for about 10 minutes at high pressure (the exact timing depends on the thickness of your steak and how do you like it).

  5. Allow steam to be naturally released and serve your steak in slices, topped with the garlic butter sauce and sprinkled with fresh parsley.

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15 thoughts on “Instant Pot Garlic Butter Beef Steak

    1. It surely depends on the size of the steak you used: If it was too thin, it was overcooked, but on the other hand, if you put a big piece of meat into the pot, 12 minutes won’t be enough. Like any other recipe, Instant Pot ones have to be adapted to the single case, because there are things that can vary: Size of ingredients, model of the pot, result you want (rare, medium, well done for meat) etc.

  1. Wasted 15 dollars in steak w this recipe. Did it twice, first time was way over cooked so I cut the times in half and it still was awful.

  2. I’m not sure what it is exactly that I’m doing wrong. I follow the recipes to the letter and sometimes it comes out great and other times it completely ruins an expensive steak. I’m getting to a point of returning this product and going back to my four pans on the stove to cook dinner. Just not as easy as everyone makes it sound.

  3. I prefer a slow cooker over the instant pot. My question is: How long should I let ut cook in a slow cooker?

    1. With a slow cooker it really depends on how much time you want to set aside. I choose to do 8 hours on low for when go to work. And when I am at home I cook for 4 hours on high.

  4. Couple of questions for Corrie – what was the temperature if the sirloin after cooking this recipe? How much time should it take for different sizes of sirloin?

  5. Our 3/4″ Sirloin was tough as a boot when done but the flavor was good. So how does one estimate the cook time for this size of steak?

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