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Another Approach to Tri-Tip - with Romesco Sauce

Our 'Lazy-S' Easy Oven-Roasted Tri-Tip recipe is among the most viewed recipes here in Scott's Kitchen. Tri-tip makes a great meal (and wonderful leftovers for use over salad, on sandwiches, etc.) Depending on the time of year, you can easily oven-roast them or, when it's BBQ season, cook them on the Weber. Either way, they turn out great!

Here's a different approach to tri-tip (with a romesco sauce addition) by Mark Bittman who writes The Minimalist column for the New York Times. Bittman's technique involves pan searing the tri-tip (along with the ingredients for the romesco sauce) in a cast-iron skillet followed by finishing the tri-tip in a 500 degree oven. Here's his column about tri-tips, his recipe, and a 5-minute video showing him preparing it.

Bittman says that it can be hard to find tri-tips in New York - a problem we certainly don't have out here in California - where the tri-tip is a very popular cut of beef!

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