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Beef Tri-Tip Roast

Also indexed as:Sirloin Butt, Tri-Tip Roast
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Buying Tips

Look for tri-tip roast that has a clear, red colour. Beef normally is purplish-red, but when exposed to oxygen it takes on the cherry-red hue known as the “bloom.” While the exterior is bright red, the interior of the meat retains the darker colour. Vacuum-packed tri-tip roast also shows this purplish colour. Packaged tri-tip roast should be cold and the packaging free of punctures or tears; vacuum-packed roasts should have the seal intact. The beef should be firm to the touch. Check the label for the “sell-by” date and make sure to buy it before or on that date

Varieties

Bottom Sirloin Butt

This is another name for tri-tip roast.

Tri-Tip Stir-fry or Strips

Tri-tip roast is often cut against the grain into pieces for stir-fry or strips to be woven on skewers and broiled or grilled.

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