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I served this for Christmas dinner and it was a hit! I had a 3 pound sirloin tip roast, cooked it to 140 degrees and it was perfect! The sauce is delicious. I realized I was out of thyme and had to substitute steak seasoning, used 2 cloves of garlic and added some dried rosemary that I chopped up, it was wonderful and everyone requested it for next Christmas.
Very good! The herbs and garlic (I used one extra clove) gave this roast a delightful flavor. I cooked it to 150 degrees before removing it from the oven, because we like our beef done a bit more than med rare. It came out perfect (medium). The sauce was very tasty. Thanks for a great recipe. I'll be making this again!
Delicious! The sauce was great and it went so well with the other herbs. I added some more garlic to the rub. I used low-fat sour cream for the sauce. I dipped my brocolli and potatoes in that awesome sauce! Mmmmmmm! I had to use dried chives because I had no fresh:( . I will make again-with fresh chives, of course! Thanx for sharing!
Very good and very easy! Thanks!
Very good! I was worried the sauce might be a little intense with that much horseradish - but it was perfect! I'll make this again. Thank you!
Everyone loved the sauce. Great recipe, thanks.
The meat had a good flavor; but it was the first time I have roasted a sirloin tip and it was extremely tough. The horseradish sauce was amazing.
Thanks for a great recipe. We used nonfat sour cream and dried parsley and chives because we couldn't find fresh. We'll definitely keep this recipe around and look foward to trying it again with fresh herbs.
Wonderful, wonderful! Thank you Fiona!!! (I love that) I live in Michigan where there is a foot of snow on top of my grill. My guy wanted steak for Valentines Day, so I had no choice but to cook it in the oven. I wasn't sure it would be as juicy like it is from the grill, but WOW....it was a very delicious steak. Good luck with hubbie..and thanks for posting