Instant Pot Beef Steak Kabobs
Instant Pot Beef Steak Kabobs is my go-to way to cook up steak these days. Tender, flavorful steak bites that are perfect for dipping in your favorite sauces. If you are on the hunt for beef recipes for dinner, this one fits the bill!
Instant Pot Steak is so good because your Instant Pot cooks the steak at high pressure helping to tenderize the meat. Plus I use the World’s Best Steak Marinade! You all this marinade elevated the flavor of these steak kabobs greatly!
Easy Instant Pot Steak Kabobs
Marinating and cooking in the Instant Pot is a great way to use a tougher piece of beef. Because the marinade and cooking method both break down and tenderize the meat!
This is a great way to make this a beef stew meat recipe! You buy it pre-cut up so you have even less prep time.
Or opt for a flat iron steak if you want or any other go-to cut you prefer.
Can You Prepare Kabobs The Night Before
The beauty of this marinade is the longer it sits the better. You can cut up and soak your meat through the night to prepare the next day.
I just wouldn’t leave the steak in the marinade for over 24 hours.
What Goes Good With Kabobs
- Pasta salad or potato salad
- Steamed or grilled veggies
- Corn on the cob
- Garlic mashed potatoes
- Crisp green chopped salad
- BBQ Beans
- Cauliflower rice
Pretty much anything pairs with this steak kabob dinner! Whip up your favorite sides and dive in!
Can You Grill These Steak Shish Kabobs
Yes! If you don’t want to make them in your Instant Pot that’s totally fine. The marinade and meat will cook up beautifully. Just set heat higher and cook until meat is done to your preference.
What Marinade Do You Use for your Instant Pot Beef Steak Kabobs
I use a simple but flavorful steak marinade.
A mix of balsamic vinegar, honey, garlic, soy sauce, and more come together.
This marinade works on all different cuts of beef. It’s truly outstanding in flavor.
What Is The Best And Easiest Way to Eat Instant Pot Beef Steak Kabobs
The best and easiest way to eat Kabobs is carefully sliding the steak off the skewer. Especially if you have children they could poke themselves trying to eat the steak directly off the skewers.
Of course, adults would have no problem, I just find removing the meat is best.
How To Store Leftover Kabobs
Remove meat from skewers and place in an airtight container in the fridge. The steak can last up to three days, at that time toss any leftovers.
To reheat just warm in the microwave or on the stove and serve. Watch to not overheat the steak or it could dry it out and make it tougher.
Enjoy this easy and savory beef dinner idea! I know my family will never turn down steak! So steak Kabobs are always a winning recipe.
Have you tried Instant Pot Beef Steak Kabobs Before?
Instant Pot Steak Kabobs
Instant Pot Steak Kabobs is my go-to way to cook up steak these days. Tender, flavorful steak bites that are perfect for dipping in your favorite sauces. If you are on the hunt for beef recipes for dinner, this one fits the bill!
- 1 Pound Beef Stew Meat Or Steak
- The World's Best Marnade or your favorite marinade
- 1 Cup Beef Broth
- Marinade your meat for 1 hour.
- Place one cup beef broth in the bottom of the pot
- I used the 6qt instant pot. You can use 9" Skewers.
- Place on high pressure for 10 minutes
- Do 5 minute natural release then release the pressure.
- Place skewers under broiler or in an air fryer for 5 minutes.
Using a very tough Stew Meat these came out tender and delicious. You will not be disappointed.
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Nutrition Information:Yield: 4 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 519Total Fat: 30gSaturated Fat: 9gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 19gCholesterol: 166mgSodium: 1572mgCarbohydrates: 7gFiber: 0gSugar: 4gProtein: 54g
Hi. did you place the skewers in the IP? if so, how did you put them in and what did they rest on?
Do you set the skewers right into the beef broth? Or use a rack to keep them up off the liquid?
My pieces of meat were cut about an inch and a half cubed, and I followed the times of 10 min on high pressure, 5 min natural release, 5 min on high in an air fryer (recipe doesn’t specify what temp on the air fryer). They came out super tough. I’m not sure if it was too long in the instant pot or too high on the air fryer. I’ll definitely try this again, but 5 min in the instant pot.