Grilled Dry-Rubbed Sirloin Tips with Sweet Onion-Cilantro Salsa
“What if I told you that there is a phenomenal cut of meat that’s been sitting in your butcher’s case all along? Maybe you’ve noticed it, or maybe your eyes just slide right by it. It doesn’t have the big name cache of prime rib or filet mignon. It’s not as beautiful and breathtaking as a thick ribeye or New York strip. Honestly, it can be kinda runty at times, and you may need to serve more than one per person. It is the lowly sirloin tip. Well, it’s a sirloin tip, if you live in New England. For everyone else, it’s just called flap meat.
I serve this delicious cut with a quick salsa made from sweet onions, tomatoes, cilantro, lime and olive oil. It is our favorite summer meal around here. Scratch that. It’s our favorite year-round meal!”
If you want a really yummy grilled entree that won’t break the bank, you must try this amazing Grilled Dry-Rubbed Sirloin Tips with Sweet Onion-Cilantro Salsa from the Navage Patch. The rub is absolutely mouthwatering every time I make it, and when it imparts its flavor to the sirloin tips… oh my. And the salsa is so easy and fantastic! Add this one to your dinner menu this week, you’re gonna love it.