Sirloin Tip Roast (Slow Cooker Recipe) – The Feathered Nester
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Make our sirloin-tipped roasted slow cooker recipe for a delicious juicy, crumbling and tender meat meal. Let your clay pot cook
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Imagine this: You’re running out the door for a long day at work and realize you deserve a delicious home-cooked meal after you get home.
Slow cookers are convenient and magical food makers! They handle the hard work of cooking the food while you go about your day. Before leaving home, add the ingredients to the clay pot. Then, adjust the temperature and let it take care of the rest.
You’ll be greeted with the aroma of a freshly made dinner when you get home!
Reasons to love our easy-to-prepare roasted slow cooker sirloin tip recipe
- . This recipe needs very little preparation, so it’s perfect for busy nights!
- Slow cooking makes this recipe always come out tender and juicy. This recipe will delight you with every bite!
- We allknow that this boneless, lean cut is one of the cheapest compared to other cuts of beef. And affordable doesn’t mean it’s not delicious!
- Perfect for entertainingThis recipe is ideal to serve at a dinner or gathering. You can make a large batch and feed this to a large number of people with minimal effort and without breaking the bank.
Tender and juicy
Ingredient notes and substitutions
- Boneless beeftip roast Also known as ball tip, round tip or crescent roast. This cut of meat comes from the primal redondo, or tip of the primal sirloin. The meat is removed from the bones, then tied with cotton string to maintain its shape. It’s a leaner cut than many of the other roasts of meat, but with enough fat/marbling to produce a tasty, tender meal.
- roasted rump roast with sirloin tip: it is similar in flavor but has a slightly more robust flavor and is less tender than the sirloin tip. However, it is still lean and can be cooked slowly to tenderness.
- Chuck Roast – Comes from the shoulder and is known for its texture and rich flavor. It’s usually less expensive than a tip cut. We use meat chuck to make Crock Pot Swiss Steak.
- Breast – This cut comes from the lower chest, so it is fattier and has a lot of connective tissue. It’s a great cut for smoking and other “low and slow” cooking methods.
- Short ribs: This cut is fattier, with a rich, meaty taste, and also often stewed or cooked slowly to have a tasty and tender result. Short rib rigatoni is one of our favorite foods to make with this cut.
Kitchen tools you’ll need
- (optional) Skillet – for browning
Need other ideas for grilled dinners? If you’re short on time, set up your slow cooker in the morning and head home with a fabulous Crock Pot Chuck Roast. For a special occasion or festive meal, you can’t go wrong with a Prime Rib Roast! Or, make our most popular meat recipe, a delicious Dutch roast in the oven.
Sirloin Tip Roast Recipe FAQ
- Season the roast. Just a few fresh or dried herbs and spices will enhance the flavor of your dish.
- Seal the meat. This step is optional. But burning the meat in a hot pan with oil creates a crust that keeps all the juices inside. In addition, the golden brown caramelized rind is more appetizing and attractive.
- Add broth. To prevent the tip of the sirloin roasted in the slow cooker from drying out, we use broth to keep the meat juicy. The other benefit is that the broth creates an amazing base for the sauce!
- Let the meat stand before serving! Give the meat 10 to 15 minutes of rest time before cutting and serving. This will allow the juices to be redistributed. This is the key to a tender and crumbling roast!
Variations of the recipe
- Add vegetables – you can add carrots and potatoes and serve along with the dish for a full meal
- : Season with chili powder, cumin and paprika, then add diced chilies
- Italian style: season with Italian herbs, such as basil, oregano and rosemary, and add chopped tomatoes.
- Asian style: Season with ginger, soy sauce and five-spice powder, and add sliced onions, garlic and diced peppers.
- Skip the scorching: I mentioned earlier that gold is optional. If you choose this method, skip the scorching part and follow the remaining cooking process. However, this can result in a slightly different result in terms of taste and texture.
. Mexican style
best way to serve this meal is to cut the tip of the roasted sirloin into thin pieces and drizzle them with sauce. It’s delicious with a side of roasted vegetables.
For a perfect contrast to the meat, serve with creamy mashed potatoes or red mashed potatoes. Or, for a healthier option, serve a whole-grain side dish, such as brown basmati rice.