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4.6 lb Sirloin Tip Roast with Q-View

post #1 of 10
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Planning on putting a rack of BB ribs and a sirloin tip roast on the smoker tomorrow.


Sirloin tip roast has been rubbed down with OO and Montreal Steak Seasoning.


Plan on smoking at 225F until 135F. 


I have not rubbed down the BB yet, will do that tomorrow AM.  Last time I used the 2+2+1 method, this time I will just smoke until done.


post #2 of 10

Sounds like a good plan.


Happy smoken.


post #3 of 10

Have fun, sounds like a tastey day. :)

post #4 of 10

Can't wait to see those PICS!!!



post #5 of 10
Thread Starter 

Put the sirloin on at 9:15am and it was ready by 12:15, pulled it at 137F. 

Smoked with cherry wood. 

My new procedure is to empty the chip tray out every other load (once every two hrs) with the MES, this seems to work well.


Was going to have it for dinner...but ended up having roast beef sammies for lunch instead.:biggrin:



Extremely tender and juicy. I can think of no other way to serve a sirloin tip roast.


Here is a pretzel roll plated, took a bite out of it then realized I was going to post Q-View, tried to clean it up a bit

Served with a bit of horsy mayo on top.


post #6 of 10

As with your BB's , Brewer . Points for no foil :drool.


You're on your way to Smoking "Nirvana" , please join me in the journey. 


We never stop learning , that's why this Forum is such a great bonus for Smoke lovers like us .


Keep up the good work , the Roast Beast looks 'Marvelous'


Have fun and . . .

post #7 of 10

Looks great so far cant wait to see the ribs also. Nice color on that roast. 



post #8 of 10

Beautiful color and a great job on that tip!!!!  Reinhard

post #9 of 10
Thread Starter 

Here is the link to the BB No Foil Q-View post


Pics are included

post #10 of 10
Thread Starter 

Thanks All for the kind compliments!!


I have learned so much from this forum.  Would have never thought about smoking a sirloin tip roast before, or a pot roast.  Both turned out great!


What amazes me is just how simple it (smoking) is for the great flavor.  I can see why it is catching on so well.



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