Santa Maria Style
Tri-Tip Beef Sirloin Roast

14 Reviews

A mainstay of California cooking, our tri-tip recipe stays true to the Santa Maria Valley tradition. Fire up the grill, put on our USDA Beef Sirloin Tri-Tip, add a pot of beans and some crusty bread for the full experience.

Nutrition Facts

Serving size 4 oz. (112g)

Amount per serving
Calories 180

% Daily Value*
Total Fat 9g 14%
Saturated Fat 3.59 18%
Trans Fat 0g
Cholesterol 60mg 20%
Sodium 390mg 16%
Total Carbohydrate 5g 2%
Dietary Fiber 0g 0%
Total Sugars 1g
Protein 20g

Vitamin A 4% ° Vitamin C 0%
Calcium 2% ° Iron 15%

* The % Daily Value (DV) tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.

  • USDA inspected and approved Beef Sirloin
  • Marinated with spices and natural flavorings
  • Authentic Recipe with Garlic, Onion and Pepper Rub
  • Gluten Free
  • Contains Soy

Beef Sirloin Tri-Tip, Water, with less than 2% of the following: Garlic, Onion, Pepper, Spices, Natural Flavorings, Soy Sauce (Water, Soybeans, Salt, Sugar), Sugar, Salt, Dextrose, Potassium and Sodium Lactate, Sodium Phosphate.

  • Keep refrigerated or frozen. Thaw in refrigerator or microwave.
  • Keep raw meat and poultry separate from other foods. Wash work surfaces (including cutting boards), utensils, and hands after touching raw meat or poultry.
  • Cook thoroughly.
  • Keep hot foods hot. Refrigerate leftovers immediately or discard.

14 reviews for Santa Maria Style
Tri-Tip Beef Sirloin Roast

  1. Julieta Cortez

    I wish I would have taken pictures! I bought tree packages of about almost 3 lbs and I placed two of them on a big cookie sheet tray covered in foil and the the biggest on one single tray. I had preheated the oven to 460 degrees and cooked the meat for 1 whole hour. Then I took it out sliced, it was sooo tender and juicy and browned on the outside. I placed on a dish and Wallah! I have been having to disappoint everyone asking me what’s my recipe! by letting them know its not my own recipe its Bill Bailey’s pre packaged Santa Maria marinated meat:)

  2. Van Straus

    I followed the oven directions but cooked mine well done. I turned it over every 10 minutes at 350 5 times as instructed. Then I had to turn it over 3 more times at 15.minute intervals to cook it well done. Then I let it cool off for 5-10 minutes before I sliced it and the texture was tender even though it was well done. The juices really flavored the tri tip and I think that it is just delicious.

  3. Tom

    We moved from California to the MidWest and no one here knows how to CUT a real tri tip, much less marinate one like yours!

    Seriously, I went to a real butcher and their “tri tip” was ridiculously thin. And when I UNROLLED it (because it was that thin) it also had another flap to unfold 🙄

    Please, tell me you ship!!

    • Bill Bailey’s

      Sadly, at this time, we are not able to ship to individuals.

  4. Dennis Rogers

    Is there anyway to ship to Tennessee Kentucky area just relocated here and tri tip is hard to find

    • Bill Bailey’s

      Sadly, we are not able to ship to individuals at this time. Great tri-tip is a west coast cut and often hard to find as you go east. Hopefully, this will change and everyone will get to know this terrific cut.

  5. Meat Lover

    If you are going to cook this the oven, don’t buy it. I got all ready to cook it in the oven and read the very small instructions – only to find out it requires you to wrap it in foil and turn it inside the foil EVERY TEN MINUTES while it cooks. Ridiculous – never again. And I will be taking my magnifying glass to Costco from now on.

    • Bill Bailey’s

      Hello and thank you for your comment. Please see updated instructions on our website that does not suggest turning the roast while cooking in the oven. Also, we have recipes on our website that include using the oven to cook your tri-tip. We hope you will give us another chance! Thank you.

  6. Hvu

    Hello there. I just have one question – Would it be safe to sous vide Santa Maria Style Tri-Tip in its original packaging? I’m concerned about the chemicals in the plastic that might leach into the meat. Thank you!

  7. Lisa

    You say the meat is gluten free but I saw soy sauce on the ingredient list. That typically has soy sauce. Can you clarify.

    • Bill Bailey’s

      Hello Lisa and thank you for your inquiry. Yes, our meat is gluten free. Our soy sauce is comprised of Water, Soybeans, Salt and Sugar and is gluten free.

  8. Jon Androwski

    First Time trying and I’m blown away on how flavorful it is. I cooked my Santa Maria Style Tri Tip over mesquite coals with a rotisserie for approx. 90 minutes. I’ll definitely purchase ago.

    • Bill Bailey’s

      Thank you, Jon!

  9. Olivia Villanueva

    I see your items are gluten free but are they processed in a facility with gluten/wheat containing items possibly cross contaminating?

    • Bill Bailey’s

      Hello Olivia, Thank you for your inquiry! We do not have any gluten or wheat containing ingredients in our facility. Enjoy!

  10. Randy Leckliter

    Local Kansas City stores don’t carry your tri tip, so we purchased 3 in CA, froze them and brought them home in our suitcases. Everytime we’re in CA or Hawaii we buy them at Costco and grill them.

  11. faith goldman

    I believe there is an error on the cooking time for this tri-tip. It says 50 minutes turning every ten minutes. Wondered if it is 50 minutes per pound.

    • Bill Bailey’s

      Hello Faith and thank you for your question. The instructions as noted on the package should result in a medium interior for the roast. Our Tips & Tricks section ( adds more information recommending 12 to 25 minutes per pound, depending upon how rare or well-done you want your tri-tip. And please remember, as you allow the tri-tip to rest before carving, the internal temperature will rise about another 5 degrees.

  12. Angie

    This tri-tip always hits the spot!! It’s always so juicy and tender, oh and the spice flavors are amazing!!

  13. Michael Weiss

    I see that you use soy sauce in preparing this item. Most soy sauce contains wheat (gluten). If you are not using gluten free soy sauce, your product can not be gluten free as you state. I am celiac and need a gluten free product. Please specify what soy sauce you use.

    • Bill Bailey’s

      Yes, our soy sauce is Gluten Free and does not contain wheat. We are required by USDA to state all allergens in the ingredient statement for each product.
      Our ingredient statement includes “SOY SAUCE (WATER, SOYBEANS, SALT, SUGAR).”
      Thank you for the inquiry.

  14. Robert Outwater

    The look and taste of this Tri-Tip Roast was amazing. My guests at the dinner party were commenting on how juicy and smooth it was. The spicing was perfect. Not too much. It was easy to cook and very easy to slice being so tender. I highly recommend Bill Bailey’s Santa Maria Tri-Tip. It’s truly wonderful.

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