Missisiippi Tri Tip Sous Vide start Caveman finish


 

CaseT

TVWBB Diamond Member
Was short on time to deal with cooking on the pit all day, so I put a tri tip in a vac bag with as packet of Au Jus, a packet of Ranch dressing, add a jar of drained pepperoncini. You can add butter too, but I opted to add it later in the pan sauce. Vac packed it and put it in the Sous Vide bath @ 133° for 8 hours (was going to be gone all day so that's how the time was determined).

Fired up the 14.5" with my modified charcoal basket, torched with the weed burner to get the coals roaring!

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After the soak I opened the bag and removed the roast. Dried it off.

Poured the bag juices and pepperoncini into a pan. To that I added a cube of butter and a 1/2" cup red wine. I simmered that down.

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Enjoy!!!!
 

CaseT

TVWBB Diamond Member
Good looking plate Case, that had to be tasty.

Beautiful Sous Vide Case

Dam Case, you always change it up, really like the cave man finish.

I can only imagine how good that must of tasted,But the sauce sounds over the top.

Thank you!

Yeah the caveman finish is always fun! I love doing it with at camp when I'm cooking other peoples steaks they've brought. The look on their face when you throw their porterhouse into the fire is great!
 

Ray K

TVWBB Member
I admit that the pics started out on the boring side, but the "Caveman" finish won me over.

Excellent job!
 

Rusty James

TVWBB Emerald Member
Meat on the coals? I've washed off a few pieces after they accidentally fell in the fire.

Yours looks good nonetheless.
 

JimK

TVWBB 1-Star Olympian
Looks great, Case! Never thought to take a TT that long in the Sous Vide, but now I will.
 

CaseT

TVWBB Diamond Member
Looks great, Case! Never thought to take a TT that long in the Sous Vide, but now I will.

Worked out good for Mississippi roast.

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Meat on the coals? I've washed off a few pieces after they accidentally fell in the fire.

Yours looks good nonetheless.

Blow or brush the ash off the coals and throw the meat on. Works great!
 

 

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