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Loubier's Tri-Tip


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Prep Time: 20 Minutes

Cook Time: 1 -2 Hours

Total Time: 1 Hour 20 Minutes - 2 Hours 20 Minutes

Servings:  3 - 5


  • Loubier Gourmet Hot or Mild BBQ Sauce
  • 3 - 4 lb Tri-Tip
  • Coarse Salt
  • Coarse Pepper
  • Garlic


  • Step 1
    Take Tri-Tip meat out of your refrigerator and let it sit out for 1-2 hours until it is at room temperature.
  • Step 2
    Preheat your grill to 350 degrees F (if you do not have a grill disposable, preheat your oven to 350 degrees F).
  • Step 3
    Take the meat out of the wrapper, rinse it with cold water, and shake it off until there is no water dripping from the Tri-Tip.
  • Step 4
    Shake a lot of salt, pepper, and some garlic to both sides of the Tri-Tip.
  • Step 5
    Once your grill or oven is heated to 350 degrees F, place Tri-Tip directly on the flames for the first 15-20 minutes (it doesn’t matter what side you place directly on the flames because later you will be flipping it constantly). This is just meant to warm up the meat (if you’re using an oven, prior to placing your Tri-Tip in the oven, sear both sides of the meat on a pan without using any oil to develop a crust. We would recommend searing each side for a couple of minutes but it really depends on how you want your crust).
  • Step 6
    After the initial 15-20 minutes of your meat being over the flame, move it to the side and flip it (do it quickly) every 15 minutes (if you’re using an oven, you do not need to move the Tri-Tip, but you will still need to flip it every 15 minutes).
  • Step 7
    Keep an aluminum tin can of water on the grill (3/4ths full), but not directly over the fire. This will ensure the inside of the grill remains moist (do this in an oven as well).
  • Step 8
    Once Tri-Tip reaches internal temperatures of 125 degrees F for Rare, 130 degrees F for Medium Rare, 140 degrees F for Medium, 150 degrees F for Medium-well, or 160 degrees F for Well-done, place the meat directly on the fire and char each side for 5 minutes (if you’re using an oven, broil each side of your  Tri-Tip on high for 5 minutes).
  • Step 9
    When you are done charing each side, put your Tri-Tip in a container with foil on the top and let it sit out for an hour before cutting it (this is called tenting).
  • Step 10
    Cut your Tri-Tip like it is bread, so cut against the grain. If a lot of blood comes out that means it is just medium. If not much blood comes out it is well done. 
  • Step 11
    Dip or cover your delicious Tri-Tip in Loubier Gourmet’s Hot or Mild BBQ Sauce to finish it off.
  • Step 12
    Lastly, enjoy :)


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