No ImageMarinated Tri-Tip Roast with Mushrooms and Garlic

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  1. Ellen Ryan

    I’ve made a roast out of a tri tip for years. I buy untrimmed, and trim myself , keeping a heavy fat top, then Heavily salt and pepper, 30 minutes at 500 degrees then drop to 350 until desired doneness. A beautiful and delicious roast in a liile over an hour- start to finish! Going to try this one- it sounds like a great variation!

  2. DeCarla Day

    I have found no problems finding tri tip at Kroger’s and H-E-B in Houston. I do not find it difficult to find. Can’t wait to try this!

  3. Pam Poynter

    Always buy this cut at Trader Joe’s in West Des Moines IA. Also, it’s the only TJ’s in the state.

  4. steven neu

    A lot of folks find it difficult to find tri-tips other than in Califonia. However; the Cosco stores carry them, sometimes individually but more often in bags of about six. Great recipe but some might like to replace the garlic with shallots.

  5. CJ McD

    My mouth is watering…..

    I LOVE tri-tip, but it’s extremely difficult to find (if at all)in Wisconsin. A good substitute is a spoon roast. It’s also a very succulent cut of beef. Best on the grill.

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