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Unread 10-14-2012, 09:39 AM   #1
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Default 2 X 1.5 lb beef top sirloin roast...best way to cook/smoke??

Hi Guys,

I have two 1.5 lbs beef top sirloin roasts to cook/smoke today. Any body have any good ideas on how to grill them or smoke them?

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Well, I have decided to do them on the grill...indirect. I am thinking they are not big or lean enough to do on the smoker.
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So I injected them with some beef broth and garlic and grilled them indirect at around 350 degrees to an internal temp of 140 degrees. Once they hit 140, I seared them for a couple minutes then pulled and foiled. I put them straight in the fridge as they are for eating during the week. About a half hour later, I decided I better take one out and sample it to make sure it is cooked enough for my kids. I sliced one up nice and thin and it was farking fantastic!! Juicy with a nice pink middle. Me and my kids tore thru one in about 5 minutes!! Luckily I still have one left in the fridge for the middle of the week! Sorry, no pr0n....it went too fast!!

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Sounds like ya done it up right!
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