Grilled Tri-tip. Tri-tip, a flavorful and fairly lean boneless cut of beef from the bottom sirloin, is also called 'triangular' roast because of its shape. This grilled tri-tip recipe tastes gourmet, but is actually very easy to make. Grilled Tri-Tip Roast satisfies everyone from the "I like it rare" to the "no pink for me" people all in one cut of beef.
The trick is to carve the tri-tip against the grain, which can change directions in this cut. Prepare charcoal grill or heat a gas grill to high. This tri-tip is rubbed down with Traeger Coffee Rub and paired with creamy guyrere cheese mashed potatoes for the perfect, homemade dish. You can have Grilled Tri-tip using 3 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Grilled Tri-tip
- It’s 1 of -Tri-tip.
- You need of Sucklebusters SPG (salt,pepper,garlic).
- It’s of Sucklebusters 2 pig mafia steak seasoning.
Grilled Tri-Tip with Garlic Mashed Potatoes. This simple beef tri-tip roast is perfect for any occasion. Grill it up low and slow and serve it as is, or slice it up for quesadillas, tacos, enchiladas, salads, sandwiches, or anything else you can think of. How to Grill a Beef Tri Tip Roast.
Grilled Tri-tip instructions
- Set grill to 225-250° and let heat up. If using charcoal or gas, set temp to medium.
- Cook indirect until internal temperature to 110-128.
- Take Tri-tip off grill and crank heat to 500+°. If using charcoal grill, you may need to add more at this point. Gas grill set to high..
- Once grill is at temp, place Tri-tip back on grill and sear for 2-4 minutes until desired internal temp is reached. 135° for rare/medium rare.
- Slice tri-tip against the grain, noting the grain switches on the smaller triangular portion. Slice the thickness of a pencil.
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