If you want to use a pre-marinated tri-tip, or this cut is not available in your local area, you can not go wrong with Harris Ranch Santa Maria Tri Tip.
- Cover tri-tip with rub, place in a Ziploc bag and refrigerate overnight.
- Remove from refrigerator about 2 hours before grilling.
- Setup the BGE for direct cooking and get the temperature to about 600. Grill the tri-tip for 3 minuets per side, then remove from the BGE, and cover with foil.
- Let the BGE cool down to 350, and setup for indirect cooking. Place the tri-tip back on the BGE for approximately 30 to 45 minuets, or until the internal temperature is 125 to130, this will result yield medium rare. Note: the picture shows the tri-tip on the BGE along with twice-baked potatoes.
- Remove the tri-tip allow to sit for 10 minuets before carving.
- When carving a tri-tip you want to cut across the grain and cut small slices, approximately 1/4 inch, or thinner if using for sandwiches.
- Serve and enjoy.
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