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Garlic Rubbed Tri Tip Steak with Parsley Coriander Butter

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Today’s recipe is sort of a take on a dinner my aunt used to make at the beach in the summer every year.  This recipe being a Rubbed Tri Tip Garlic Steak with Parsley Coriander Butter. My mom has two sisters and the oldest of the three girls has always lived in Charleston, South Carolina.  When I was little, we used to stay at a condo she and my uncle had there in Wild Dunes.  It was an all girls week, leaving the dads and uncles at home.  My mom, aunts, my sister and I and occasionally my grandmother and cousin.  The adults would rotate making dinner on the nights we stayed in and every year, my mom’s middle sister would make what we called Astronaut Surprise on her night.  It was a hamburger patty cooked in tin foil with onions, potatoes, carrots and some seasoning.  It was perfect, because it was an essentially no-clean-up meal.  Easy to make and filling after a day on the beach in the sun.

You’ve probably seen this as a camping meal.  They’re perfect for fireside cooking.  Well, we didn’t cook them over a fire at the beach, but they were just as delicious out of the oven.  The Rubbed Tri Tip Garlic Steak with Parsley Coriander Butter version I’m making today, isn’t made in tin foil packets, but it’s just as easy and has tons of flavor.  I love making meat in a cast iron skillet.  It gives it wonderful flavor.  I started the Rubbed Tri Tip Garlic Steak with Parsley Coriander Butter on the stove to get a good seared crust on the steak and then finished it in the oven.  The onions, potatoes and carrots are roasted separately, and then the steak is topped with the herbed butter.  After adding everything to the pan for a one “pot” meal, the Rubbed Tri Tip Garlic Steak with Parsley Coriander Butter is ready to serve on the table.

 

Garlic Rubbed Tri Tip Steak with Parsley Coriander Butter

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