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Tips on a Tip!

JeffJeff Posts: 75
edited 4:47PM in EggHead Forum
Need a litte help on a Sirlion Tip. Will be for dinner Sun. evening. Marinate, cooking time, fast/slow. Thanks for any info. you can give me.


  • GrumpaGrumpa Posts: 861
    Jeff,[p]I prefer not to marinade my steaks since getting my egg. I would use just Kosher salt, pepper and a little garlic salt if you like it.[p]Get the egg as hot as possible (800* or more dome temp) and sear the meat a few minutes on each side then close the egg up good an tight and let it sit in there about 5-10 minutes depending on how done you like your steaks.

  • He might be asking about a sirloin tip roast.

  • GrumpaGrumpa Posts: 861
    George,[p]Now that I went and re-read the orginal post, I believe you may be right. I have GOT to start using my reading glasses more:~)[p]Thanks for the correction.

  • Char-WoodyChar-Woody Posts: 2,642
    Jeff, the last sirloin roast or similar that I did wasn't really kosher but it was better than any pot roast I have had before, be it pressure cooked or ??[p]I roasted mine at 350 degrees till the internal came to around 140 degrees..then I placed it on a aluminum foil sheet and sliced onions on top of the roast and covered it tightly. I left it at around 300 to 350 for another hour to hour and a half..opent the foil, and use a fork. If you can easily separate the meat, your done..otherwise let it go another half hour or so. So tender it fell apart. I also added some crushed garlic to the onion..Do as your taste buds prefer. [p]My first roast was a near tuff I almost trashed it....But into the crock pot..some Kansas City or Cookies BBQ sauce and it was great eating after about 6 hours in the pot..Best BBQ I have had yet with beef.[p]Cheers..C~W[p]
  • Char-Woody, I haven't done a sirloin tip roast in years, but when I did I, took them off med rare. I wouldn't do one as a pot roast. IMO it's too good a cut for pot roast.

  • Char-WoodyChar-Woody Posts: 2,642
    George, I totally agree on the "Tip" roast if we are talking abut the tri tip..![p]
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