Garlic-butter Steak Bites w/ Mushrooms

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I love tri-tips, and if you get bigger ones they are amazing for marinating and grilling. The other day, I got a package of just tri-tip cut ends and needed something to do with them This came to mind and it was GOOD! Could use any of your venison for this too. I cleaned them up good, cubed them into 1" pieces, seared them in the INSTA-POT and then cooked on pressure setting for 25 minutes in a little au jus and red wine. So tender, they just cut with a fork, and melted in your mouth.

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oh man, that looks mighty good! Tri-tip is my #1 favorite cut. I've learned to take a few out of our antelope and elk each year too. Not as big of course but real flavorful, tender, and easy to cook.
 

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Yeah, so many times when we are processing our deer and elk we don't want to mess with the small pieces, and just throw them into "stew meat" or burger piles. Missing out on some good eating like this!
 

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