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One of my favorite tailgating recipes to make is beef tri tip which I marinate the day before the big event.
For this easy, dry rub marinade, you are going to need a tablespoon of garlic-shallot puree or two minced cloves of garlic, one table poon of sea salt, two teaspoons of paprika, two teaspoons of cumin, two teaspoons of fresh cracked pepper, one fourth cup of brown sugar, one teaspoon of cayenne pepper and two teaspoons of chili powder. You next step is rub in bowl and mix all these together. I was going to take this mix and going to pack it in here, be sure to pack both sides and I place in Ziploc bag, I am going to let it set in refrigerator overnight and it is going to be ready to go the next day.
One important thing to keep in mind when you are transporting raw meat is you want to keep that cool, so you want to set that right on the ice. So I have got four buns that I have already buttered and going to have some corn on the cob on the side and some horseradish sauce for the sandwiches. I am also bringing along some onion and bell pepper that I already sautéed, all we have to do is reheat this on the grill. A couple of tips about thicker pieces of meat, you do not want to cook this on direct heat. I have three burners here, the middle one is turned off and I turn it about every eight minutes or so, in something like this we will about a half an hour with the lid closed and I can just set here the onions and peppers on a piece of foil, close the lid and those will heat up and after the tri tips done, it is going to get a quick little toast on this wonderful rolls.
I recommend serving tri tip medium rare to medium and I pulled of the grill on the temperature rate 145 degrees Fahrenheit. Just slice the tri tip in a tin slices, you want to cut against the grain here. Just cut off little slices like this for the sandwiches. All right, let us put these awesome sandwiches together and take few pieces of the sliced tri tip followed by some peppers and onions and finally a squeeze of our horseradish sauce. The next time you head out to a tailgate, give this recipe a try, I think you and you friends are going to enjoy it. Happy tailgating.