Member's Mark Santa Maria Beef Tri-Tip (priced per pound)
Why we love this
When the guests come over, be ready with this marinated tri-tip! Simply follow the instructions to cook, slice it up and serve it with some sides or in a sandwich.
About this item
- Ready to cook
- Hand-selected pieces of perfectly prepared cuts of meat
- We pay homage to the generations of family recipes and the heritage, history and familiarity of street fare
- We put the passion and love we have for food into every crafted dish
Present a gourmet yet easy-to-cook dinner for your friends and family with Member's Mark Santa Maria Beef Tri-Tip. It's pre-seasoned so you don't have to do anything except cook it to savory tenderness. This unique flavor is an ode to the Santa Maria Valley region of California, where this tradition recipe became a sensation and is now making its way across the country.
What's in Member's Mark Santa Maria Beef Tri-Tip?
Other than the meat itself, Member's Mark Santa Maria Beef Tri-Tip comes pre-marinated with flavors of onion, paprika, garlic and smoke. Savory, aromatic and with a hint of garlic all at the same time, this incredible beef tri-tip erupts with delicious umami flavors that leave your taste buds screaming for more. Sealed tightly in its packaging, the marinade penetrates all the way through the meat for a flavorful bite every time.
Where Does Beef Tri-Tip Come From?
Beef tri-tip is a versatile cut of meat given its name because of its triangular shape. Found in the bottom sirloin of the animal which is located lower and close to the back leg, tri-tips are a fairly lean cut that can dry out easily. Thanks to our marinade though, this tri-tip sits in a seasoned pool of spices, water and oil to give it richer flavors, as well as help preserve its moisture for a tenderer piece of meat.
Best Way to Prepare Beef Tri-Tip
A staple in Californian barbecue, this beef tri-tip can be prepared in many ways, yet still achieve that crispy black crust on the outside, and soft juicy meat on the inside. Cook it whole on the grill over red oak coals for a more traditional feel, toss it in the smoker or oven at a low temperature, it doesn't matter. You can even cut it into one-inch-thick tri-tip steaks for easier cooking.
Great for Barbecue Parties
This is the perfect dish for your next barbecue party. Wow your guests and watch their faces light up as they chew on your perfectly grilled tri-tip roast. Ready to cook straight out of the package, you have more time to enjoy the company of your loved ones.