Rated 4.7368421052631575 / 5 based on 19 customer ratings
<p>This triangle-shaped cut of beef has long been a staple of the Santa Maria barbecue scene, and is typically coated with a simple dry rub and cooked to medium-rare over oak wood. It's delicious.</p>
This triangle-shaped cut of beef has long been a staple of the Santa Maria barbecue scene, and is typically coated with a simple dry rub and cooked to medium-rare over oak wood. It's delicious.
- Cooking methods
- Grill, Roast, Pan-Sear, Smoke
- Wine pairings
- Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, Zinfandel
This tri-tip was raised in the best possible manner to produce the highest quality and is perfect for grilling. The flavor profile is rich and beefy, with a mouthfeel that is juicy and tender. The overall eating experience is truly sublime.
Chef's Serving Suggestions
One of the best side dishes to serve with tri-tip is mashed potatoes. The creamy texture and buttery flavor of the potatoes pairs well with the beefy, smoky taste of the tri-tip. Another great option is a simple green salad with a vinaigrette dressing. For sauces, a classic bbq sauce or horseradish sauce are both good choices. And finally, don't forget herbs! A sprinkle of fresh parsley or rosemary over the tri-tip will add a flavorful finishing touch.