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Top Rated Grilled Tri-Tip Recipes

Grilled Tri Tip Roast
There’s no question that steaks — rib eye, New York Strip and fillet, are popular choices for grilling but nothing beats the rich, beefy flavor of a grilled tri tip roast. The tri tip roast is comes from the bottom of the sirloin. This muscle gets more exercise by the cow than areas from the loin. This means the meat won’t be quite as tender as the major steaks but with a brief marinade and grilled to still pink medium it’s the favorite of many serious carnivores. Because it’s well marbled, it will always be juicy. 
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Tender Grilled Tri-Tip recipe. Ready In: 2 hr Makes 12 servings 2 per serving Ingredients: beef roast, tri-tip, onion soup mix, water, soy sauce
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RecipeAddict
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. It's a perfect dinner for guests. It is sure to impress!
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RecipeTips.com
When rubbed with the tasty blend of seasonings and basted with the tangy sauce in this recipe, a tri-tip roast becomes a flavorful treat that is guaranteed to be among your favorite grilled beef recipes.
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bsherrill
Ingredients: Tri-Tip, Seasoning: 3 Tablespoons Non-iodized Table Salt 1 Tablespoon Granulated Garlic Powder 1/2 Teaspoon Dried Parsley 1/4 Teaspoon Black Pepper, medium grind 1/4 Teaspoon Accent (MSG) Or use Outback Steakhouse Rub: Chop the parsley ...
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Erika
Slices of beef tri tip are marinated and grilled. This is a great easy summer barbeque idea!
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Busy Lindsay
This is a quick and easy way to marinate tri-tip. This really brings out the flavor of the beef. The cooking time I noted is passive cooking time and includes the time it takes to marinate the meat.
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Cathy Christensen
Roast is given a spice rub and cooked with a pan under the grill to catch the drippings. These can be combined with packaged au jus mix for great French dip sandwiches.
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CookinCowgirl
Tri-tip, also known as triangle roast or culotte steak, is a relatively inexpensive cut of beef from the bottom sirloin. This cut is popular in southern California and some places in Texas. It is not for those of you who like meat well done, as, like flank steak, it will toughen with prolonged cooking. Slice it thin against the grain and serve with salsa, borracho beans, and warm tortillas or make grilled bread sandwiches with chipotle mayonnaise.
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Tish
Great sliced thin with au jus. Simple and easy way to make a Tri-Tip
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Vitameatavegamin Girl
This recipe is delicious and comes from Frank Ostini who owns the Hitching Post Restaurant in CA. The only thing I would suggest doing differently that my DH and I do, is to baste with your favorite smoky barbecue sauce during the last 30 minutes of cooking, instead of the oil/vinegar mixture. We found that the oil/vinegar basting sauce in combination with the fat from the tri-tip caused too many flare-ups and we had tri-tip flambe the first time we made it. =) I believe the cook time is for medium to medium-rare, so you may need to adjust that to your liking. Hope you like this as much as we do! **TIP: Marinate the tri-tip in a marinade made of half beer, half barbecue sauce for 48 hours and it will be even more tender and juicy! When we make this tri-tip we make sure to do this and it always comes out great!
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John Albin
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