EATS: Vintage Vanilla Rootbeer Beef Tips. My First Original Recipe!

Vintage Vanilla Rootbeer Beef Tips
My First Original Recipe

Vanilla and Rootbeer are my faves!
So when I saw this Aged Vanilla Rootbeer by A&W,
I immediately went to the supermarket as an impromptu recipe came into my mind.

It's always been Coke and Sprite, so this time I decided to give my meat a Rootbeer Bath.
I chose beef as they go along well with sodas (next is seafood like shrimps etc...)
and then the rest is history.

Rootbeer made a great job in tendering the meat;
I guess it would also be perfect with fish.
Pork? I guess there would be no chemistry between the two.
Since I've anticipated the Rootbeer's sweetness,
I broke the monotony by adding its nemesis, Mr. Chili.
In the end, I got a bubbly and spicy dish pumpin' up one's tongue.

  • beef cuts/strips/ or any beef cuts of your choice
  • sea salt / ordinary salt
  • flour
  • canola oil or any other kinds of cooking oil
  • organic salted butter / non-organic salted butter will do
  • garlic, chopped
  • red onion, cut into strips
  • pepper
  • A&W Aged Vanilla Rootbeer

Cooking Directions:

  • Prep the beef: season beef with pepper
  • sprinkle with sea salt /any salt will do
  • next, coat the meat with flour
  • add in flour gradually (it depends on the amount of beef you ought to make)
  • ensure that the meat is well-coated with flour
  • heat up pan on low heat with a little amount of oil
  • gently drop the beef and easy-fry.
  • using tongs, "barbeque" the meat with ease til it turns crusty (about 2 minutes)
  • next, gather the meat in one side; on the other half side of the pan we will do some frying
  • put 1/4 c butter and mix with the beef;
  • next sauté the garlic with the remaining butter in the pan
  • once it turns brown, mix in with the beef
  • cook until it turns nice and crusty
  • add in red onion strips
  • season with salt and pepper to taste
  • gradually add in the A&W Aged Vanilla Rootbeer
  • allow to simmer for 2-3 minutes
  • add in 1 cup of tepid water
  • add in red chili , cover and simmer for 5-7 minutes
  • steps are shown in the video here click !

If you expect a recipe with the exact measurements; sorry to disappoint I may not give you accurate ones. I don't go by the book when it comes to cooking.


Be it known that am no professional cheF!

 Thanks for reading

My guts and my wooden spoon tell its own story.

They both have a quaint affair 91% of the time but you can expect a satisfying warm plate of climax in the slavery of  its aftermath. My take? Make a dish with a heart. 

Vintage Vanilla Rootbeer Beef Tips
My First Original Recipe


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