Tri Tip Steak
These tri-tip recipes offer a full-flavored steak that can be roasted, grilled, or braised. Spiced up in southwestern seasonings or grilled in a sweet molasses and bourbon marinade, these tri-tip steak recipes have plenty to offer every taste and appetite.See Popular Tri Tip Steak Recipes
Top this steak recipe with shredded romaine, slivered onion, and jalapeno slices. If Texas toast is unavailable, use any thick-sliced white bread.
Tri-tip roast is a boneless cut of beef from the bottom sirloin. Because of its triangular shape, it's also sometimes called triangular roast. This versatile cut tastes wonderful roasted, grilled, or broiled, and best of all it's low in calories.
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