The beef sirloin tip roast is a lean cut that doesn't lack flavor. It comes from the hindquarters of the cow in the bottom sirloin subprimal section. It's a small boneless roast that has a shorter cook time than most other roasts, but you should still cook it "low and slow" to tenderize it over time and prevent overcooking. Often referred to as the 'poor man's prime rib'.
Best cooked to medium-rare to medium. This roast is also delcious marinating two or three hours before cooking or with a spice rub.
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Average Sirloin Tip Roast is 2-3 pounds
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Expected late April
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