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TriTip A Caveman Would Appreciate

BoxerpapaBoxerpapa Posts: 989
edited 10:14AM in EggHead Forum
Been in Tennessee for a week and a half enjoying hotel food. I will NEVER eat chicken again ( :sick: ). When I came home, I couldn't wait to have cereal for breakfast, and did my Raisin Bran taste good. Any hoot, couldn't wait to fire the BGE for basic TriTip, caveman style:

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Put directly on the coals for that unique sear of 3 minutes per side
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Resting while the Egg cools down to roasting temperature. Applied onion powder, garlic pepper, salt and paprika
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All done and ready to be sliced
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All sliced up. So tender, flavorful and juicy. Why can't hotel food be this good?
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Comments

  • loco_engrloco_engr Posts: 3,673
    Dayum! Yer making me hungry again!
    Great cook!
  • HossHoss Posts: 14,600
    Dat's a PURTY TriTip! :)
  • TurkTurk Posts: 114
    Looks great. What was the weight and how long did you roast it. What temp did you pull it?
  • It was about 2 pounds. Roasted for about 20 minutes until it reached an internal temperature of 125. Rested 10 minutes before I sliced. Blackberry camera doesn't do justice for what the actual product looked like. One of the better TriTips I cooked.
  • TurkTurk Posts: 114
    Thank you. It looked great. I think I will try one tomorrow.
  • SoCalWJSSoCalWJS Posts: 356
    Good lookin' Tri tip Rich!

    Haven't tried it directly on coals - may give that a shot.
  • thechief96thechief96 Posts: 1,908
    I've never done tri-tip that way. Looks quite good. :) Tri-tip is one of my favorites.
    Dave San Jose, CA The Duke of Loney
  • MickeyMickey Posts: 17,590
    Why the spice on after the sear? WIll the sear on coals kill/burn it if on first?
    Salado TX Egg Family: 2 Large and a very well used Mini, added a Mini Max (I'm good for now). 

  • Looks Damn good to me Richard

    Ross
  • JLOCKHART29JLOCKHART29 Posts: 5,897
    Ohh yes the old Caveman. I haven't done a nice ribeye like that in some time. Well done. ;)
  • LobichoLobicho Posts: 557
    I don't know what type of hotel you go to...
    but they serve me that kind of foot even for breakfast....

    NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOT!!!!!!!!!

    Man it looks so tasty....

    Congrats!!!
  • RipnemRipnem Posts: 5,511
    Brilliant!!! :woohoo:
    This was last nights cook up at deer camp.
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  • Adam,

    Get any?

    Steve

    Steve 

    Caledon, ON

     

  • RipnemRipnem Posts: 5,511
    I was the only one to kill anything. A Grouse. Snow storm and deer just didn't move. Nice 10" of fresh snow was sweet.
  • LDDLDD Posts: 1,225
    that looks great!

    I'm amazed that on the coals, it doesn't get "overly charred"

    I'm going to have to give this technique a try
    context is important :)
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