12 August, 2020
How to Prepare Appetizing Rubbed Tri-tip
Rubbed Tri-tip. Sprinkle each seasoning onto a cutting board. Take the tri-tips and roll them over the sprinkled seasonings, making sure to coat all sides evenly. My Spice Rubbed Grilled Tri Tip is the best ever recipe for Tri Tip on the grill.
Rich with beef flavor, this recipe is one to make midweek or weekend. The simple spice rub adds just enough exoticism without challenging the flavorful cut of meat. And should you have leftovers, a slice of steak out of the refrigerator is a cool little bite on a hot windy day. You can have Rubbed Tri-tip using 9 ingredients and 8 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of Rubbed Tri-tip
- You need 2 lb of Cut of Rump Skirt.
- Prepare 2 Tablespoons of Rosemary.
- It’s 2 Tablespoons of Thyme.
- It’s 2 Tablespoons of Onion powder (you can replace it with 1/4 of chopped onion, very small).
- Prepare 2 Tablespoons of Garlic Powder (you can replace it with 2 tablespoons of minced garlic).
- You need 2 Tablespoons of Cayenne Pepper.
- You need 2 Tablespoons of Paprika.
- You need 2 Tablespoons of Black Pepper.
- Prepare 2 Tablespoons of Hymalayan Pink Salt (You can use regular grilling salt, the thick one).
Place tri-tip on plate or platter and season with kosher salt. Rub a generous amount of dry rub into both sides of meat. Santa Maria style tri-tip recipe perfect for grilling during barbecue season! A smoky, sweet and spicy rub adds instant flavor to this tender cut of beef.
Rubbed Tri-tip step by step
- Lay the rump skirt on a teflon tray..
- Mix the rosemary, thyme, paprika, garlic, onion, cayenne and black pepper in a bowl to prepare the rub..
- Spread the rub over the rump skirt. Make sure you use it all..
- Salt the rump skirt. If your cut comes with the fat, it is better to put a lot of salt on the fat's side and less salt on the other side when you flip it. Don't worry about putting extra salt on the fat as it will be permeated to the meat evenly. If you have a lean cut, spread the salt equally on both sides..
- In this opportunity we roasted our beef in a Chinese Oven. This is a technique we use a lot because it allows you to slow cook the meat and get a fall-of-the-bone texture. Light the charcoal..
- Lay the rump skirt inside the chinese oven and roast it for one hour..
- Flip the rump skirt and roast it for another hour..
- Serve and enjoy!.
Santa Maria style tri-tip takes a tender, and mild cut of beef then coats the roast with a blast of spices on the surface for maximum flavor. I used your Coffee Rub on my tri tip and it worked so well together. I followed the recipe (and I also dry salt brined the meat over night beforehand), and it turned out fantastic! I made this yesterday following your recipe using salt, pepper and garlic powder. I was really skeptical when I took.