Serve up this Hawaiian beef stew Instant Pot recipe. This is ground beef, pineapple, red pepper, and more all in one incredible dish. If you've tried our Hawaiian chicken, you know the flavor combinations in Hawaiian dishes are out of this world delicious.
This ground beef instant pot recipe is crazy simple, and you will enjoy the sweet and savory component to the recipe.
Instant Pot beef stew Hawaii style is totally different than a classic beef stew.
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Why I Recommend This Recipe To Make for Dinner
- Easy to make
- Simple Ingredients
- Pressure Cooks fast
- Stores well leftover
- Great for meal prepping lunches or diner in the week
- Kid friendly
- Ground Beef
- Bell Peppers
- Coconut Aminos
- Brown Sugar
- Sesame Seeds
How to Make Hawaiian Beef Stew
Turn the saute mode on, and toss in your ground beef. You will cook it until it is no longer pink. Add in garlic and ginger.
Next you are going to add in the peppers and pineapple, and then place the lid on and let it cook for 2-3 minutes, stirring in between.
Now you will mix together the remaining ingredients to make the sauce. Once it is ready toss it in and stir well, and watch it thicken.
Serve over a bed of rice, noodles, or eat plain. This pineapple and beef recipe is tasty.
If you don't plan to eat all your Hawaiian beef right away, then store leftovers in the fridge for up to three days. This is great reheated, so save leftovers for grab and go lunches or dinners.
In terms of freezing, you will find it doesn't thaw the best from being frozen. The veggies will become very soft and mushy in texture.
Dogs can eat pineapple, and it is a great source of nutrients. Pineapple also helps to hydrate them, which is great for the hotter months out of the year.
Absolutely! If you want to cook frozen ground beef go right ahead. You can place it on a trivet in the Instant Pot with some water and pressure cook. Then pressure cook for 25 minutes. Once done, drain, and saute to brown up and finish up the recipe.
If you are a woman adding pineapple into your diet is a plus. Pineapple is an excellent source of vitamin C, B, and even copper.
Fresh, frozen, or canned all work in this recipe. I find all pineapple is tasty in this dish. The biggest thing if you buy canned make sure it is in juice and not sweetened syrup.