Recipe by NannyMarvel
Tri-Tip roast is a tradition on the central coast of California but I don't know how available it is in other places. But any comparable roast that you can bbq would do.
Top Review by Doug Mc
This marinade produced a very juicy roast with our 4 hour dunking. As per Nado2003, we reduced the soy sauce by about half. The flavor was well-balanced and well-done overall. We cooked the 1.5 pound tri-tip with indirect heat on the grill rather slowly. Using our thermometer probe, we cooked the meat to an internal temperature of 150 and it was perfectly done. Recommended
- 907.18-1814.36 g tri-tip roast (or other roast)
- 236.59 ml soy sauce
- 340.19 g bottle beer (any kind will do but I think the light-colored lager style works best.)
- 6-10 garlic cloves
Directions See How It's Made
- Place the roast in a zip-lock bag, pour in the soy sauce and the beer and add the whole, peeled garlic cloves. Marinate in the fridge from two hours to overnight - turning occasionally.
- Barbecue the roast to desired wellness, cut against the grain and serve with flour tortillas, shredded cheese and your favorite salsa.
- Simple and delicious.