Sirloin Tip Steak - Thai marinade and grilled for Thai beef salad

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edmonds

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Sirloin tip is from the round primal and is an economical (i.e., not premium) cut of beef.
But a marinade, hot grill to medium rare, and sliced thin can give excellent results.


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I'm kinda partial to Thai beef salad. Flank steak is best, but other more economical cuts work well.
Here is a previously posted video using smoked top round (instead of grilled loin tip).

 
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bigfurmn

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I love a steak salad (yes I'm married i get to keep one of my balls lol). A salad with steak red onoin and some blue cheese dressing. Heck yeah I'm in for that.
 

edmonds

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I’ve been eating a ton of salad lately and this looks like a great alternative to my usual.
looks delicious, thanks for sharing it!!
I love yum nua. Yours looks good. About time to make some.
Works well in a stir fry, too.
That really looks delicious!
I could really dig into that!
Al
Looks fantastic! I’d love a plate of that for sure
Looks great!
I like Thai food also, this looks right up my ally

David
That looks like a great meal loaded with flavor. And congrats on the ride!

Keith
awesome light meal, I need to eat some lighter meals so this is a good option, thanks for posting it
I love a steak salad (yes I'm married i get to keep one of my balls lol). A salad with steak red onoin and some blue cheese dressing. Heck yeah I'm in for that.

Thanks everyone.
I like to use lettuce, cucumber, red onion, green onion, sweet pepper, basil and cilantro leaves.
The marinade is 3 T lime juice, 3 T soy sauce, 3 T olive oil, 2 T brown sugar, 1 T sweet chili sauce, 1 t ginger powder, 1 t siracha, 2 garlic cloves
The salad dressing is the same but with less lime juice.
 

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