What’s the difference between sirloin and top round?
- The top round is on one of the six major sections in which round cuts can be divided. Its lies in the inside of the leg and is more tender than the sirloin tip, bottom round, and eye of the round. Sirloin is defined as a cut of beef that lies between the very tender short loin and the much tougher round. Both, sirloin and top round, are usually cut into steaks or roasts.
Is beef sirloin tip roast a good cut?
The sirloin tip roast (also known as round tip roast) is cut from the hindquarters, adjacent to the sirloin.
The sirloin tip roast is flavorful, but like most lean cuts, it can be tough and should be braised or stewed.
The sirloin tip roast can also be used for kebabs or slowly oven-roasted at a low temperature.
How do you tenderize a sirloin tip roast?
What temp should a sirloin tip roast be?
The roast should reach an internal temperature of 135°F for medium rare.
How do you cook sirloin tip steak?
Pan frying sirloin tip steaks is perfect for fixing a quick meal, when you don’t have time to marinade meat for longer hours. Place clean beef cut in a shallow patter and drizzle Worcestershire sauce on top of it. Turn the meat and sprinkle garlic powder, salt and pepper. Rub seasonings to cover the meat evenly.