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Instant Pot Chili Lime Steak Bowl

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This is the best instant pot chili lime steak recipe that you're gonna fall in love with over and over again! Plus it's a great part of Ketogenic diet!

I fell in love with this instant pot chili lime steak and avocado bowl! I’ve been wanting to try to make a steak recipe in my instant pot for a while, so I was super happy when I thought about making this. If you’re on the Ketogenic Diet, then this is a great companion for you to add to your recipe list!

This is the best instant pot chili lime steak recipe that you're gonna fall in love with over and over again! Plus it's a great part of Ketogenic diet!

I’ve been eating so many starchy foods because of the cold weather, including my Instant Pot Chicken Parmigiana recipe, Instant Pot Cheesy Chicken and Pasta, and my Instant Pot Cheesy Chicken and Potato soup. It’s the nature of the beast to eat hearty and soul comforting food, but my body has been craving something with a little few carbs in it. I was also craving avocados in a non-guacamole form.

This is the best instant pot chili lime steak recipe that you're gonna fall in love with over and over again! Plus it's a great part of Ketogenic diet!

Seriously though, this instant pot chili lime steak and avocado bowl was delicious…and the meat was just perfect. What’s better than a delicious recipe? How ridiculously easy it is to make. PLUS it always helps that my nephews and Angela LOVED it and scraped the pot clean! That’s a win in my book.

Do you cook the Avocado in the Instant Pot?

No, you don’t! You save you will dice it up and serve along side the dish. Please don’t cook your avocado in the Instant Pot. It will turn out horribly gross, and then you’re going to throw it away.

Here’s the recipe, and I hope you enjoy it!

Instant Pot Chili Lime Steak Bowl
Yield: 4

Instant Pot Chili Lime Steak Bowl

Prep Time: 8 minutes
Cook Time: 10 minutes
Additional Time: 6 minutes
Total Time: 24 minutes

My Instant Pot Chili Lime steak bowl is a winner every time! Delicious, easy to make, and healthy.

Ingredients

  • 1.2-2 pounds of fajita steak strips (cut into cubes)
  • 1 tablespoon of water
  • 1 teaspoon minced garlic
  • 1 tablespoon of EVOO
  • 2 teaspoons of lime juice
  • 1/2 teaspoon chili powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon sea salt
  • 1/2 teaspoon cracked pepper
  • 1 teaspoon of Cholula
  • 2-3 Avocado diced

Instructions

  • Turn your IP on sauté and add olive oil.
  • Once hot, add garlic and cook until a golden color.
  • Then add all remaining ingredients, EXCEPT AVOCADO! (You do not add avocado to the Instant Pot at all.) Mix ingredients well with wooden spoon.
  • Place lid on, and put on Manual High Pressure for 10 minutes. Do a QPR.
  • Once pressure is released, removed lid.
  • Turn pan back onto sauté mode, and stir the meat to break it up into little chunks.
  • Keep on sauté mode until liquid has been reduced by half.
  • Allow to cool and serve in a bowl, and then surround it with your diced avocado. Yum!
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    31 Comments

    1. So here I was, wandering across the Pinterverse and I see this delish looking keto recipe.
      “I’m totally gonna make this, yassss” I say to myself.

      Then I scroll to the bottom and I see….DAVID MURPHY!
      Suddenly I feel like I sorta quasi-know a celebrity! LOL

      What a small world it can be, eh? I’ll be making this recipe this week and I can’t wait to see how it turns out!

    2. I just got an Instant Pot and read I am always supposed to have a cup of liquid in it. Do I add a cup of water to this or is the liquid added enough?

      1. Hi Julie! You will get more than enough juices form the meat itself, so you don’t need to add any liquid in it at all πŸ™‚ However, you can add 1/2 cup of water into your IP to create a little more juices for the marinade.

          1. Hi Courtney! It might take just a couple of extra minutes to come to pressure, but you should still be fine!

    3. This meat is so tender and flavourful. I was also concerned about the lack of water until I read your response in the comments. So I gave it a try as written, except without the hot sauce. It’s fantastic and I’m going to make it again and again.

      1. Cholula is a type of hot sauce, and you should be able to find it in any major grocery store chain in the condiments section πŸ™‚

    4. This surprisingly simple recipe was delicious! I added two tbsps more water, doubled the garlic, and used red pepper hot sauce because we had no cholula. My husband licked his plate, literally, and then licked mine when I was done. I’ve never seen him do that before, lol. He asked me to make it again tonight. I’d say it was a hit!

      1. Hi Marcy! I went to the meat section, and they have packages of sirloin meat cut up into really thin strips. I hope that helps!

    5. Very good & very easy ! I left out the Cholula & it wasn’t missed. Nice and tasty and tender. I made it with bison steak. Think I’ll skip the water next time so I can eat directly after QPR.

    6. This is one of my favorite instant pot recipes and I ALWAYS share the link when IP newbies ask for good and easy recipes! I have mine over rice with lots of πŸ₯‘ on top!

      Small world note: I knew of you because I know Sadie and then I found this recipe in one of Valerie’s monthly meal plans. πŸ˜‰

    7. Thank you for such a wonderful recipe! My husband and I ate this tonight and absolutely loved it. Will definitely be making this again!

      1. Hi Megan! I don’t have the macros for the meal, however, I did find a pretty fabulous site called: https://www.calorieking.com. I had to do some research for you all! Another one that does macros calculation is an app called My Fitness Pal. I hope these work!

      1. Hi Elizabeth! I don’t do very well with nutritional values, and can’t afford someone to do the information for me, unfortunately. However, I did find a pretty fabulous site called: https://www.calorieking.com. I had to do some research for you all! Another one that does macros calculation is an app called My Fitness Pal. I hope these help!

    8. Hi David- Just wondering how spicy this turns out? Want to make sure it’s not to spicy for my 2 year old and 4 year. Thanks, maria

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