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Burgundy Pepper Tri Tip ala Memphis Grill

Cooking Grill: Memphis Select
Pit Temperature: 265 then 500
Desired Internal Temperature: 140
Cooking Time: 1 hour 15 minutes
Pallets Used: Pellets
OK I think I have the perfect pellet tri tip reicpe... On this one I used a pre marinated Burgundy Pepper Tri Tip that is available at most high in markets out west. Any Tri Tip will do just season a regular one. Heat the Memphis to 265 and place on the middle shelf for better convection. The ability to have the different cooking levels makes this nearly a rotisserie tri tip. When the internal temp of the Tri Tip hits 130 pull and rest while you fire the memphis to 500 and sear for about a minute and a half per side. Rest for as long as you can stand it! THe resting of meat is so important for the tenderness and juiciness!

Posted on: 2016-03-12 01:32:59 Forum URL:: NO URL