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Recently Weber offered to send me their newly reformulated line of BBQ sauces, and I was so excited! Travis and I already use a Weber grill at home and we’re big fans of their grilling equipment. To be honest, I didn’t know much about their line of sauces and seasonings, but since Weber promised these new BBQ sauces contained no high fructose corn syrup, artificial flavors or artificial preservatives, so I couldn’t wait to give them a try!
Normally, when a recipe calls for BBQ sauce, I whip up my own using ketchup, vinegar, mustard, brown sugar, and spices. That’s because I won’t eat or cook with any product with a long list of impossible-to-pronounce ingredients.
I was very pleased to find that these new Weber BBQ sauces contain only 10-15 ingredients, just as if I made it myself!
The best part? These sauces are SO. DAMN. GOOD. Last weekend, I marinated sirloin steak tips in the Applewood Brown Sugar BBQ Sauce for a few hours before throwing them on the grill. I loved how the sauce actually stuck to the steak tips, as opposed to running off like many watery bottled sauces can do.
The result was a perfectly crispy outside and juicy, flavorful pink inside. After grilling, I brushed the steak tips with a small amount of additional sauce, just to enhance the flavor.
These new BBQ sauces are now sold in grocery stores across the country, so when I run out, I will stock up on a few more. While I do enjoy making my own BBQ sauce, sometimes it’s nice to have an easy, healthy option to turn to.
Now, I like my steak with a very crispy outside (clearly!) and pink middle, but if you prefer less char then just make sure you grill over indirect heat.
These Steak Tips are marinated in Weber's new Applewood Brown Sugar BBQ Sauce and grilled to perfection. It's an easy recipe that comes together in no time!
- 1 lb. sirloin steak tips, trimmed of excess fat
- 1/2 cup Weber Applewood Brown Sugar BBQ Sauce, plus more for serving
- Salt and pepper
Place the steak tips in a large dish. Add the Applewood Brown Sugar BBQ Sauce and toss the steak tips well to coat thoroughly. Marinate in the fridge for 30 minutes or up to 3 hours.
Heat a grill over medium heat. Remove the steak tips from the fridge. Season with salt and pepper. Add the steak to the grill over direct heat. Cook about 2 minutes on each side, until desired doneness.