Mississippi Pot Roast Style Beef Tips

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These Mississippi pot roast style beef tips are so tender and rich. These are just beef tips cooked like the popular Mississippi pot roast. It’s butter, ranch seasonings, beef gravy, pepperoncini pepper all cooked together with some juicy beef tips. Buy cut beef tips in the store or buy a roast and cut into pieces like I did. Either way, this recipe is simple and delicious and takes less than an hour to make.

These Mississippi pot roast style beef tips are so tender and rich. These are just beef tips cooked like the popular Mississippi pot roast. It's butter, ranch seasonings, beef gravy, pepperoncini pepper all cooked together with some juicy beef tips. Buy cut beef tips in the store or buy a roast and cut into pieces like I did. Either way, this recipe is simple and delicious and takes less than an hour to make.

Lately, I’ve been trying to think about recipes that are obvious, but just a little different and off the beaten path. I had a large chuck roast and that’s the only thawed meat that I had one night. Obviously, no time for a typical Mississippi roast recipe. All I did was chop it up and cook it in a Dutch oven like beef tips. It came out literally perfect. I made it the same way you would normally make a Mississippi roast. However, it came out more like beef tips and gravy. It was perfect and took less than a hour to make.



These Mississippi pot roast style beef tips are so tender and rich. These are just beef tips cooked like the popular Mississippi pot roast. It's butter, ranch seasonings, beef gravy, pepperoncini pepper all cooked together with some juicy beef tips. Buy cut beef tips in the store or buy a roast and cut into pieces like I did. Either way, this recipe is simple and delicious and takes less than an hour to make.

Equipment You’ll Need

You’ll need a Dutch oven and a spatula for this recipe. I find that stew meat or store-bought beef tips are super tough and just not that great. I like to cut up a chuck roast into beef tips. The fat makes them more tender. So, if you choose to do this, you’ll also need a kitchen knife.

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These Mississippi pot roast style beef tips are so tender and rich. These are just beef tips cooked like the popular Mississippi pot roast. It's butter, ranch seasonings, beef gravy, pepperoncini pepper all cooked together with some juicy beef tips. Buy cut beef tips in the store or buy a roast and cut into pieces like I did. Either way, this recipe is simple and delicious and takes less than an hour to make.

Ingredients You’ll Need

Beef:

I used a chuck roast and chopped it into bits. You can always buy store-bought pre-cut tips. I find these won’t be as good, but will be more cost effective. You’ll need about 3-4 pounds.

Butter:

I typically don’t make a recipe without butter. You’ll need a half of a stick to brown your meat in.

Seasonings:

I used a mix of salt, pepper, onion powder and garlic powder. I seasoned my meat before browning to add a little flavor.

Pepperoncini Peppers:

You’ll need a whole jar of whole pepperoncini pepper. You’ll pour in the juice too.

Ranch Packet:

I used one packed of ranch seasoning.

Au Jus Gravy Mix Packet:

I also used a packed of au jus gravy mix. This helped thicken up the gravy.

Can of Beef Gravy:

I used a can of beef gravy. It’s simple and already has lots of flavor without making homemade.



These Mississippi pot roast style beef tips are so tender and rich. These are just beef tips cooked like the popular Mississippi pot roast. It's butter, ranch seasonings, beef gravy, pepperoncini pepper all cooked together with some juicy beef tips. Buy cut beef tips in the store or buy a roast and cut into pieces like I did. Either way, this recipe is simple and delicious and takes less than an hour to make.

How to Make Mississippi Pot Roast Style Beef Tips

step one:

In a large Dutch oven, add a half stick of butter on low heat. Sprinkle salt, pepper, onion powder and garlic powder over your beef tips. Add them to the Dutch oven.

step two:

Brown over medium heat for several minutes then add in the jar of peppers including the juice. Let it simmer for several more minutes on medium then add in your can of gravy and packet of ranch and packet of gravy.

step three:

Bring it all to a boil then reduce heat to low and let it cook for about 15 minutes. Serve and enjoy!



These Mississippi pot roast style beef tips are so tender and rich. These are just beef tips cooked like the popular Mississippi pot roast. It's butter, ranch seasonings, beef gravy, pepperoncini pepper all cooked together with some juicy beef tips. Buy cut beef tips in the store or buy a roast and cut into pieces like I did. Either way, this recipe is simple and delicious and takes less than an hour to make.



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Mississippi Pot Roast Beef Tips

These Mississippi pot roast style beef tips are so tender and rich. These are just beef tips cooked like the popular Mississippi pot roast. It's butter, ranch seasonings, beef gravy, pepperoncini pepper all cooked together with some juicy beef tips. Buy cut beef tips in the store or buy a roast and cut into pieces like I did. Either way, this recipe is simple and delicious and takes less than an hour to make.
Prep 10 minutes
Cook 30 minutes
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Total 40 minutes
Course Main Course, Meat
Cuisine American
Servings 5

Equipment

  • 1 Large Dutch Oven
  • Kitchen Knife

Ingredients
  

  • 3-4 lbs Beef Tips (I used a chuck roast and chopped it into bits.)
  • 1/2 stick Butter
  • Salt
  • Pepper
  • Garlic Powder
  • Onion Powder
  • 16 oz Jar of Whole Pepperoncini Peppers
  • 1 Ranch Packet
  • 1 Au Jus Gravy Mix Packet
  • 10 oz Can of Beef Gravy

Instructions
 

  • In a large Dutch oven, add a half stick of butter on low heat. Sprinkle salt, pepper, onion powder and garlic powder over your beef tips. Add them to the Dutch oven.
  • Brown over medium heat for several minutes then add in the jar of peppers including the juice. Let it simmer for several more minutes on medium then add in your can of gravy and packet of ranch and packet of gravy.
  • Bring it all to a boil then reduce heat to low and let it cook for about 15 minutes. Serve and enjoy!
Keywords Beef Tips, Mississippi Pot Roast
mississippi pot roast beef tips

Hold on…

Before you go, please let me know if you made this Mississippi tips and gravy recipe. Did you like it? If you did, tell me about it here or in the comments below. Happy cooking!

Samantha



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