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The Tri-Tip, also known as the sirloin tip, triangle roast, or bottom sirloin roast, is a highly flavorful roast. It is considered the best alternative to picanha and is very forgiving in terms of cooking.

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If for any reason picanha is not available, consider trying this tri-tip! When you order before 11:00 am via the Beef&Steak website, you can have this piece delivered to your door the same evening.

Tri-Tip: the alternative to picanha

The tri-tip is a muscle with a lot of inherent flavor. Don't be put off by the fat cap; this is where that extra flavor lies. The Tri-Tip is perfect for grilling. You treat your guests to a lot of flavor at a fairly reasonable price. The meat from Beef&Steak comes from selected farms from all over the world. Mostly they are real meat breeds, such as Angus, Hereford, Blonde d'Aquitaine, and Wagyu. You are guaranteed quality meat and also convenience in ordering. With a click of a mouse, you'll have it delivered the next day and ready to BBQ!

Tri-tip prepared

Cooking a tri-tip

Cooking a tri-tip is not difficult. The meat is perfectly fine to serve both medium-rare and medium-well. It's also called the "newlywed piece" for a reason. In the past, a newlywed couple would receive this piece from the local butcher. Usually, their cooking skills weren't that great yet, but with this piece, it couldn't go wrong. Besides grilling, the tri-tip is also good for use as meat on a skewer. By slowly rotating it over a nice fire, the meat gets a crispy crust and remains juicy inside.

How long does it take to cook a tri-tip?

Depending on the thickness and size of the piece, if you cook it whole, you can expect 45 to 60 minutes for a piece of one and a half kilos. If the piece is thinner than average, it takes a little less time, and if you have a very thick tri-tip, it will obviously take a little longer. It's done when it's done. You can see on our page with cooking temperatures what temperature to aim for as the core temperature.

How do I prepare the tri-tip?

A tri-tip has a lot of flavor on its own and could handle just some salt and pepper perfectly. At Beef&Steak, you can buy these spices ready-made, of course. Make a few incisions in the fat cap, making a diagonal diamond pattern. Sprinkle the spices on top and cook the tri-tip indirectly to about 48 to 50 degrees in the core. Then grill the piece on direct fire on both sides.

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Are you already looking forward to that tri-tip? Order today and enjoy this masterful piece of meat the same evening. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us at 0172-577147 or via email at