Trimmed and expertly aged in house, this well known cut is tender, juicy and full of mouthwatering flavor! Similar to sirloin, the tri tip can be used in a variety of ways; roasting or smoking whole and slicing, shaving thin after cooked for sandwiches or quesadillas, or chunked up for grilled skewers! If you haven't sank your teeth into this delectable cut, you're missing out! See for yourself what makes Fantasma's Finest stand out from the rest!
Have gotten many Tri Tips for the grill. Taste like prime rib! Highly recommend!
The last time I had tried a tri-tip roast was many years ago when my Dad, who raised Brangus cattle, gave me a side of beef that included a tri-tip. I rarely see this type of roast in stores, so decided to try Paradise Meat's tri-tip. Oh my goodness!!! Why did I wait so long to try the tri-tip again? The roast was flavorful and very tender, and it is now on my rotating menu. The recipe that I used gave directions for both oven-cooked and grilled. The interesting tip that this recipe focused on was to "massage the meat" after coating the roast with spices and olive oil. The author said to either "massage the meat now or chew later." So my roast got a free massage prior to cooking. Here's the link to the recipe: https://thefoodcharlatan.com/how-to-cook-tri-tip/