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Jozzie’s Yummy Beef

Jozzie’s Yummy Beef

OMG! Can you say Yummy Beef?! I have to admit this is the BEST beef marinade that you will ever taste, EVER! And now you get to make it too for your family and friends. Simple beef marinade recipe and I bet you have all the ingredients at home. If not, they’re an easy find at your local grocery store. And YES it is very easy to make!

It’s great to serve at dinner parties because it’s quick and can be made the night before giving you a chance to catch up and have conversations rather than be stuck in the kitchen to cook. Making it ahead of time also gives the flavors a chance to blend together and your friends will be very impressed. I mean look 👀 ->

They say a picture is worth a thousand words….you be the judge!

Empty dinner plates and serving dishes in the dinner table

Needless to say, my guests enjoyed every last morsel! 🥰🥰🥰🥰🥰🥰

So yeah, this Yummy Beef recipe is something I have created and written and locked up in a vault decades ago and now I am here sharing it with all of you. Lucky YOU! ❤️

I am going to call this dish “Jozzie’s Yummy Beef” how original!? Like I said, I made this recipe years ago so I think I earned the right to name it that. 🥰

It’s a great complement to the Chicken Curry dish below! Keep scrolling…

Cooked black angus boneless rump roast thinly sliced

Go ahead and make this and please leave me a comment if you have.

SO without further adieu….

HERE’S THE RECIPE FOR JOZZIE’S YUMMY BEEF:

  • 2.5lb. black angus boneless rump roast (thinly sliced; I’ve also used boneless beef round roast)
  • 2T Sesame Oil

FOR THE BEEF MARINADE:

  • 12oz. beer (any beer 🍺)
  • 12oz. Dole 100% Pineapple Juice (not from concentrate)
  • 1/2c Tamari Gluten-Free Soy Sauce
  • 3/4c Brown Sugar
  • 1/4c Catsup
  • 2T Hot Sauce
  • 1/2t Fresh Ginger (peeled and shredded)
  • 2t Dried Red Pepper Flakes

HOW TO MAKE THIS YUMMY BEEF:

  1. Thinly slice the meat. Do you want to know the trick to slicing meat, especially getting it thinly cut? Freeze it! Or cut it while it’s partially frozen still. See this is how it will look like if you follow my directions. 😉Raw black angus boneless rump roast thinly sliced
  2. See how thin that is? That’s how you want it so (a) all the flavors of the marinade will saturate the meat and (b) the meat cooks a whole heck of a lot easier and more evenly! Saving you a lot of time!
  3. Mix marinade in a bowl then place in a gallon sized Ziploc Bag. I marinated the meat overnight. This is how it looked like the next day. 👉  You can marinate the beef at a minimum of 30 minutes, 4 hours if you have some time but I found 24 hours is the ULTIMATE! No more than 24 hours though or the meat will start to break down. No bueno!Marinated black angus boneless rump roast
  4. After marinating, put the meat in a colander to drain out the marinade. Place the meat on a flat dish then rub sesame oil all over the beef.
  5. In the past I would have skewered these babies and grilled them but since I bought an Instant Pot I gave that a try. And WOW! I will be blogging about “Instant Pot: How Do I Love Thee” one of these days. So glad I bought one! WHY? -> The dish cooked in less time than I would have, had I skewered and grilled them and the flavor? It’s just as good; maybe even better! Healthy too ~ since the meat isn’t charred. What have I told you before about eating burnt meat?! Not good for you!
  6. So I set the Instant Pot to “Sauté” for 30 minutes. I cooked the meat in batches 4 minutes at a time; 6 batches in total. Done in less than 30 minutes!!! Finito! Finish! I said DONE! What does that mean? More eating time!!! #WINNING!
  7. This is how it looked while I was making it hear the sizzle? Turn up the volume! And click on that link. 👉👉👉Jozzy’s Yummy Beef Video

NOTE: Cooking beef in the Instant Pot also means less oil splattery mess in the kitchen.

Lastly, I also made Chicken and Vegetables in Red Curry Sauce this dish goes perfectly with the Yummy Beef recipe!

Chicken in red curry sauce with green string beans, eggplant, red and green bell pepper, bokchoy, shiitake mushrooms and kaffir lime eaves

I don’t know about you, but I’m salivating and now I want to make these dishes again! If you make it, let me know when I can come over!! 🍽 🥢

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Cooked black angus boneless rump roast thinly sliced

Jozzie’s Yummy Beef

  • Author: Jocelyn Wilhelm
  • Prep Time: 30
  • Cook Time: 30
  • Total Time: 1 hour
  • Yield: 9 1x
  • Category: Beef
  • Method: Instant Pot Cooking
  • Cuisine: Philippine

Description

The BEST beef marinade that you will ever taste, EVER! Sooooo yummy! And now you get to make it too for your family and friends. Simple recipe with easy to find  ingredients at your local grocery store. And did I say crazy simple to make?


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Ingredients

  • 2.5lb. black angus boneless rump roast (thinly sliced; I’ve also used boneless beef round roast)
  • 2T Sesame Oil (affiliate link)

FOR THE MARINADE:

  • 12oz. beer (any beer)
  • 12oz. Dole 100% Pineapple Juice (not from concentrate)
  • 1/2c Tamari Gluten-Free Soy Sauce (affiliate link)
  • 3/4c Brown Sugar
  • 1/4c Catsup
  • 2T Hot Sauce
  • 1/2t Fresh Ginger (peeled and shredded)
  • 2t Dried Red Pepper Flakes

Instructions

  1. Thinly slice the meat. Do you want to know the trick to slicing meat, especially getting it thinly cut? Freeze it! Or cut it while it’s partially frozen still.
  2. See how thin that is? That’s how you want it so (a) all the flavors of the marinade will saturate the meat and (b) the meat cooks a whole heck of a lot easier and more evenly! Saving you a lot of time!
  3. Mix marinade in a bowl then place in a gallon sized Ziploc Bag. I marinated the meat overnight. You can marinate the beef at a minimum of 30 minutes, 4 hours if you have some time but I found 24 hours is the ULTIMATE! No more than 24 hours though or the meat will start to break down. No bueno!
  4. After marinating, put the meat in a colander to drain out the marinade. Place the meat on a flat dish then rub sesame oil all over the beef.
  5. In the past I would have skewered these babies and grilled them but since I bought an Instant Pot I gave that a try. And WOW! I will be blogging about “Instant Pot: How Do I Love Thee” one of these days. So glad I bought one! WHY? -> The dish cooked in less time than I would have had I skewered and grilled them and the flavor? It’s just as good; maybe even better! Healthy too ~ since the meat isn’t charred. What have I told you before about eating burnt meat?! Not good for you!
  6. So I set the Instant Pot to “Sauté” for 30 minutes. I cooked the meat in batches 4 minutes at a time; 6 batches in total. Done in less than 30 minutes!!! Finito! Finish! I said DONE! What does that mean? More eating time for me!!! #WINNING!
  7. This is how it looked while I was making it hear the sizzle? Turn up the volume! And click on that link.


Notes

  • The equipment section above contains affiliate links to products I LOVE and personally use.
  • Slicing the meat while partially frozen will make it easier to get thinner slices of meat.
  • You can marinate the beef at a minimum of 30 minutes, 4 hours if you have some time but I found 24 hours is the ULTIMATE! No more than 24 hours though or the meat will start to break down. No bueno!
  • You can cook this dish the night before giving a chance for the flavors to even blend more together. Not to mention, allowing you to spend more time with friends.

Keywords: Yummy Beef, Instant Pot Beef,

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