Recipe: Tasty Tri-Tip

Tri-Tip. The precise origin of the name "tri-tip" for this cut of beef is unclear, with several sources claiming original usage of the term. Tri-tip roast is a tender, lean beef cut that gets its name from its triangular shape. It is sold as a small roast from the bottom sirloin or cut into tri-tip steaks.

Tri-Tip You can also grill tri-tip roasts. Originally called a California cut, the tri-tip steak has become increasingly popular because of its superior flavor. The tri-tip steak is cut from the tri-tip roast, which is part of the bottom sirloin subprimal cut. You can have Tri-Tip using 1 ingredients and 4 steps. Here is how you cook it.

Ingredients of Tri-Tip

  1. You need of Tri-tip.

It is an economic piece of meat that is full of flavor—it is far less expensive than other equally flavorful steaks such as the rib-eye. Have you ever had tri tip? If not you are missing out. Today I will show you how to cook tri tip on the grill (the best way) or in the oven.

Tri-Tip instructions

  1. Get a pre-rubbed Tri-tip from Costco (2.5Lbs).
  2. Sear 5 min on each side (10 min total) on the BBQ at 500 degrees F.
  3. Bake in oven for 20 min at 400 degrees F.
  4. Rest for 5 min and eat.

The tri-tip is a flavor-filled favorite for a reason - it looks like steak, slices like brisket, and yet it has the beefy flavor of a Sirloin. Cooked right and carved across the grain, it's moist and succulently tender with an easy chew. A grilled Tri-tip is a favorite for every steak enthusiast. Grilled tri-tip roast is bound to satisfy all preferences, from the "I like it rare" to the "no pink for me", all in one cut of beef. The steak-like quality makes grilling tri-tip steaks, either for the family or a special celebration, an enjoyable experience.

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