Dr. Tyler Buckley

Medical Oncologist

Searing a tri-tip on both sides is the most acceptable preparation method. Could you then rest it for a few minutes? Finally, drizzle with a sauce and serve. You may defrost it before cooking if you have it in the freezer. This is the most critical phase in the procedure.

Searing tri-tip is an excellent method to give your grilled steak a lovely crust and a delicious smokey taste. It may be seared on the grill or in a cast-iron skillet before finishing in the oven. If the meat is seared on both sides, it will become even more soft and moist.

To prepare tri-tip for the grill, apply a seasoned rub. Ben's Heffer Dust or Chef Greg's 4 Letter Rub are also excellent choices. Both contain rosemary and kosher salt. Rub the spices into the tri-tip and set it on a hot grill grate. Place the tri-tip on the grill grate, but not directly over the embers. Grill the meat for 20 to 30 minutes on each side, flipping once. Cook until the tri-tip reaches the temperature you like.

Allow it to rest before cooking to get the most flavor out of your trip. This is significant because the meat will continue to cook after you take it off the grill. Take the heat off at least five degrees before the ideal interior temperature. Remember that you may cook it longer if you like, but you should never undercook the meat. A meat thermometer is an excellent tool for determining the proper doneness for your trip. A temperature of 120 degrees Fahrenheit is uncommon, 130 degrees Fahrenheit is considered medium, and 140 degrees Fahrenheit is considered medium-rare. Allow the tri-tip to rest for 5 to 10 minutes after cooking before serving.

You may cut the tri-tip once it has rested for a few minutes. Then, to make it easier to pull apart, slice it against the grain. If you want to serve tri-tip with a sauce, you have two options: prepare your own or buy one from the shop. Making a cashew sauce is one option. You may use a food processor or immersion blender to prepare the sauce. If you don't have cashews, use full-fat Greek yogurt instead.

Thawing your trip meat before cooking is critical for optimal results. After thawing, the meat should be cooked as quickly as feasible. When creating a stew or soup, you may use thawed meat instead of refreezing leftovers. Thawing in the refrigerator takes time, but the benefits are worth it.

For tasty results, there are numerous techniques to smoke tri-tip. A smoker grate, grill pan, or Bradley rack can all be used. To smoke the tri-tip:
  1. Use either pecan or oak wood.
  2. Make careful to keep the smoke going the entire time.
  3. Slice the tri-tip thinly after it has reached the correct temperature.
  4. Place the sliced tri-tip in a cooler without ice to keep.
  5. It can be kept for up to two hours.
Smoked tri-tip may be seared on the grill or baked in the oven. You may add butter or avocado oil to get a crispy exterior. If you don't have a smoker, you may sear the meat using a cast-iron pan or a large hand torch.

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