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Tri-tip in the Oven

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  • 1 tri tip (untrimmed)
  • 2 tablespoons olive oil
  • seasoning salt
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    Michelle B. a month ago
    this was very simple, easy and delicious
    rhonda Bever 5 months ago
    Sure was easy. I very generously used a Texas Roadhouse sirloin seasoning. Great flavor! I also took out of the oven when the thick part of the steak was only 120, rather than 135. We prefer rare and even at that, the thin parts were a bit dry for us.
    Ian a year ago
    Wonderful and so easy in oven!
    Adrianne Kinzie a year ago
    Very good and tender.
    Joy M. a year ago
    Fantastic!! Simple and DELICIOUS!! I have tried a few oven directions and always turned out with a dried out tri tip! This recipe is a keeper!! Thank you so much for sharing! Sincerely Yummly, Joyce Miller
    Chris S. 2 years ago
    This cooked to perfection! I used the recipe for a Santa Maria-style rub. mmm-mmm-good!
    Farro 2 years ago
    We liked it. Good flavor, our cut wasn’t very good.
    Beulah Forrest 2 years ago
    So easy and so good.
    Kyle Gustke 2 years ago
    First meal on Yummly! My wife said “Taste like you got it from a restaurant” lol it was a great dinner! I added garlic powder to mine. Turned out great. I served it with a side of baked butternut squash.
    Sandy 2 years ago
    Easy to do and yummy!
    Daniel Martin 2 years ago
    Great recipe. Simple and easy.
    Jennine Cabrera 2 years ago
    Easy & delicious. Everyone loved it!
    Julie Gabriel 2 years ago
    Tasty and easy!!! I would make this again
    Troy Fox 2 years ago
    Big hit with my wife. Definitely make again.
    Lisa Richard 2 years ago
    very tender and quick
    Erica McNutt 2 years ago loved it
    Peggy Griffin 2 years ago
    very yummy. would definitely make again.
    Elizabeth Castillo 2 years ago
    Tri tip came out Perfect! First time cooking in the oven. Follow the instructions, you’re gonna have some mouth watering tri tip. Thank you, will definitely make again ❤️
    Melissa Alexander 3 years ago
    Delicious and easy. Nicely seasoned. I like to be able to taste beef so less seasoning like this is nice.
    Humecky 3 years ago
    Absolutely perfect. I used my twelve inch cast iron pan. 2.7 pounds of Tri-Tip. I used a honey,lemon herb rub that I had in the cupboard. I cooked mine for forty minutes. Moist clear to the end cut. Rare in the middle, perfectly well done end cut.
    Mer 3 years ago
    It came out not bad incorporated my own ingredients tried medium rear
    Trevor 3 years ago
    Tri-tip turned out tough. Not a lot of flavor. Next time I would probably do a vinegar or red wine marinade and supplement with horseradish or a hollandaise on the side.
    For such a simple recipe this was very good, my husband really liked it even though mine came out a little too well done, my fault not the recipe!
    Wonder D. 3 years ago
    Seared it for four full minutes. Got to remember to go light on the oil next time but was delicious. 15 minutes per pound in the oven turned out with still a bit of pink in the center. Well done on the ends, perfect for the kids.
    briggette 3 years ago
    tasted great, family loved it
    Kyle Sims 3 years ago
    This was a great roast
    M 3 years ago
    Not super moist, but I was working with a marinaded roast; will try again without marinading.
    Matthew A. 3 years ago
    Normally bbq tri tips with the family in the back yard while enjoying the day. Didn't have any coals so went to yummly and found this. Oh my gosh, this was yummy!!!! Will be putting this in family book. Thanks
    Sarah 3 years ago
    Very yummy! Will definitely make this again.
    Vickie Snyder 3 years ago
    Easy to cook , potatoes were good.