How to make it

  • Preheat oven to 400 degrees
  • For the seasoning mixture: In a small mixing bowl, combine Olive Oil, Salt & Pepper, Worstershire Sauce, Soy Sauce, Minced Garlic, Chopped Onion, Lemon Juice.
  • Place steak on center of foil sheet..
  • Place a small amount of the seasoning mixture to the steak, quickly turn the steak over.
  • Sprinkle Salt & Pepper on the steak, and then place potatoes and carrots on the steak, top with the remaining seasoning mix.
  • Carefully fold the foil into a "packet"..
  • Place packet on cookie sheet..
  • Roast in oven for 1 hour - reducing heat to 350 after 30 minutes.
  • At this time, take the steak packets out of the oven, carefully open them, to check the progress..
  • You will probably want to return them to the oven for another 30 minutes at this point.
  • Remove from oven, let set for 10-15 minutes, or until ready to serve!
  • Trust me, this will be the MOST tender steak you will ever try! =)

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  • ChocolabZ 3 months ago
    This recipe was the beginning of us having "foil dinner." My family loved it! I did make a few minor adjustments (No lemon, Worcestershire or soy. Instead I use the little packets u get at the market that have pot roast seasoning or beef stew. McCormick or store brand. But I put about 1/2 or so of the seasoning in a bowl with a some water and wisk it. (about 1/3C) I toss the meat (lol) in a bowl with chopped onion and mix in some of this liquid concentrated seasoning. I save some of it in a separate bowl or make more. Once everything in on the foil, I pour it over the meat & onions before folding up.(oh and I do drizzle a little olive oil. Come to think of it, I season the potatoes too. I cut them up and in a bowl, I toss them in olive oil with a little Rosemary, garlic salt, parsley and grated Parmesan cheese before adding them to the foil. I place the meat & onion with the seasoning, then potatoes seasoned as described, then carrots. Drizzle drizzle..yumyum..fold tightly and blam!) I make this recipe with sirloin tip steak OR beef stew meat (low & slow) and I've used country style boneless ribs cut up which makes a pork version. We love it. The beef version with the pot roast seasoning is like having pot roast in bite sizes. I Love this!
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  • KARENTERRY 3 months ago
    Excellent! Thank you for the recipe, me and my family enjoyed it!
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  • thekp 5 months ago
    This was awesome. The only change I made was to quickly brown the steaks in a frying pan first. I had pretty thin steaks, so I cooked them at 400 degrees for 30 minutes. Delicious!
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  • Mamaoffwork 11 months ago
    turned a $24.98/lb Sirloin beef tip into rough tough unchewable- non-curable garbage!!! Grrrrr
    AND we followed recipe perfectly!
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    " It was excellent "
    aliya1 ate it and said...
    I Love it!!!
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    " It was excellent "
    Ruppie ate it and said...
    Dinner in a pouch!! What could be better?
    Just made this with a few minor modifications. I used three individual steaks. Doubled the seasoning mixture. Added sliced carrots (lengthwise), sliced vidalia onion and 2 sliced new potatoes per steak. Sprinkled each with salt, pepper, oregano and paprika. Drizzled with melted butter and then formed pouches. 30 minutes at 400, 30 minutes at 350. Lest rest unopened for 15 minutes. Delicious!
    I am already thinking about making this with hot peppers next time. mmmm
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  • Leenback 2 years ago
    Making this right now, I hope it turns out great. Just added the carrots since I'm making loaded mash potatoes!
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  • HisKJ 2 years ago
    Can I try this recipe with round steak?
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  • prettychina 2 years ago
    I loved your sirloin tip steak i'm going to make it again thanks for sharing this recipe.
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  • Guardian59 2 years ago
    Just want to give you kudos on a great recipe. Working overnites during christmas season and found a sirloin tip round steak on clearance at the grocery store. Was thinking of cube steak when I bought it but when I got home I looked up recipes and found yours. Everything was easy to read and understand and even though it took a few days until I could make it, it turned out just like you said! Thanks again!
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  • Liz2012 3 years ago
    Loved this dish! I used three thin sirloin tip steaks and wrapped each indvidually with carrots. Baked at 400 for only 20 minutes and then 25 minutes at 350. I could have used more seasoning but otherwise very good!
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  • ScooterMcTavish 3 years ago
    Dish is as described - just like pot roast, and the potatos and carrots were done perfectly.

    Only modification I did was to season and brown the steak before putting it in the foil, and adding dry onion soup mix instead of onions to the foil. Perfect recipie for singles who get a hankerin' for pot roast. Also works well with blade/chuck steak.
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    " It was excellent "
    Marmolejo ate it and said...
    I ,made this and it was incredible! love loved it!...will be making this again and saving this in my recipe box!
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    " It was good "
    Moonshade ate it and said...
    I was a bit confused over TB and Tsp. Normally it's Tbsp (capital T) for tablespoons and tsp (small T) for teaspoons so I made guesses. It turned out alright. The steak was a bit dry. Next time I'll add some more liquid - maybe some cooking wine. It was pretty good though.
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  • josephb 4 years ago
    Thank you so much for sharing, that was great.
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    " It was excellent "
    mimimitra ate it and said...
    This was delicious! My husband and I loved it. The sauce was great for dipping your bread. Yummy! I will cook again...maybe with a different type of protein! Thanks!
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  • novice_chef08 5 years ago
    I'm making it now; let's see how it turns out! Hope it comes out well :-). Using peppers, onions, potatoes and a few extra seasonings. *wish me luck*
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    " It was good "
    angelina82 ate it and said...
    This was so easy to make and it came out delicious!!!! I added a whole lot more potatoes and carrots though! I also used thin sliced sirloin tip and so I only cooked it for 45 min it came out great! Thanks for sharing!!!
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  • angelina8818 5 years ago
    This was a great recipe bercause everyone picked their own things to put on it!! My four year old daughter put broccli instead of the carrots and she was quite proud. GREAT recipe thanks!!!
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  • lemoine5 6 years ago
    I also had individual steaks so I knew I had to drastically change the cooking time. I also left out the carrots and potatoes. I cooked two indie steaks in the packet for 20 minutes at 350 and the flavor was wonderful. I will try this again with a rump roast......and maybe add something to add some heat.
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