4 Reviews

My husband loved this and it's really so easy and came out so tender. This is a great way to cook tri-tip - the method works beautifully and the timing is right on. The flavors are awesome and it is truly a wonderful way to enjoy this cut. I used mesquite charcoal with hickory hard-wood and soaked hickory chips and it will try to find oak chips around here to try it that way!

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SunCountry June 17, 2012

Very good tri tip. I don't have a grill so I used my oven and it turned out wonderful. I just cooked it at 425 for 30-45 mins I will be using this again.

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blumoonfairy August 26, 2010

Excellent! I was recommeded this recipe on a forum and I made it yesterday. I mad three tri-tips and they were the best thing I have eaten off the grill yet. I followed the recipe as given except I added a big scoop of parika to the seaonings and I basted the meat after I had seared it with the left over oil. I used grape seed oil on it. It was sooooooo good. Thanks for sharing and taking the time to explain how to cook these. It really was a blessing to me!

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LizAnn May 11, 2008

This is the method I use for tri tip. An excellent cut, tri tip's flavor is enhanced a great deal with a little smoke.

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Red Apple Guy May 08, 2008
Ultimate Tri-Tip Roast