Morgan Ranch Beef Tri-Tip Steak (180g)

Morgan Ranch

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The tri-tip is not all that common, given that there are only two per cow. The tri-tip steak is cut from a tri-tip roast, which is a small, triangular cut from the sirloin. It is also known as a triangle steak or bottom sirloin steak. Not as tender but more than any other sirloin cut, it has the most intense marbling and flavor. You'll be pleasantly surprised with the rich beef flavor and fairly tender texture. With its succulence and intense flavor, this showcase Morgan Ranch Beef cut is perfect for the home cast iron skillet, fry-pan or Japanese style yaki niku. Add just the smallest pinch of sea salt and the meat opens to a whole new, almost sinful, flavor profile. 

Certified American Purebred Wagyu from the Morgan Ranch is America's finest gourmet beef. Award-winning for taste, tenderness, and sustainability. Free of hormones, antibiotics, and steroids. Free-range pasture-raised with love and care by the Morgans in the heart of Nebraska. Preferred by first class steak houses and several Michelin starred establishments worldwide. All ranch images are real images from the family ranch.


Contents 1 pack contains 1 steak
Weight Approx. 180g (6 oz.)
Serves Serves 1

Shipping & Handling

Shipping Shipping and delivery is frozen
Handling Keep frozen below -18°C (32°F)
Defrosting Time In the fridge: approx. 12h
In ice-water: approx. <1h
Cooking Method cast-iron skillet, sous-vide, fry-pan or grill
Expiration Frozen: see packaging label (usually more than 3 months)
Chilled: Please consume unopened pack within 5 days.



Also known as Bottom sirloin steak, triangle steak, california cut, newport steak, sirloin tip steak
Country of Origin United States
Ingredients Beef
Aged 30 days wet-aged
Cut from Sirloin
Category Steaks
Packaging Individually vacuum packed


The Morgans control all stages of production themselves: rearing, calving, selection and classification, feeding, transport, supervision of harvesting and meat production, packaging, shipping and export to Japan. This way the Morgans make sure that their meat is always of the highest quality. Before export, the beef matures for 30 days and is then flash frozen to protect the aroma.

1. No factory farming! Humanely raised and treated with respect.

2. No growth hormones, antibiotics or steroids used - ever!

3. Free-range pasture raised and grass-fed on massive land, 100% vegetarian feeding.

4. One farm, one family, one importer - traceability from farm to fork.

5. Certified American Wagyu in the US. (Due to regulations only recognized and sold as US Beef in Japan.)

6. Known as Purebred Wagyu in the US. (Due to regulations only recognized and sold as US Beef in Japan.)

7. Preferred by over 70 top-class gourmet restaurants, including Michelin-starred ones.

8. Morgan Ranch Beef won awards for sustainability, taste and tenderness.

9. Rich in monounsaturated fatty acids Omega 3s and 6s - yes, the good fats.

10. Amazingly flavorful, tender and juicy.


At A Glance

Cattle Breed Certified American Wagyu. The breed contains more than 90% Japanese wagyu genetics. Composition of Wagyu, Angus and Hereford. Due to regulations in Japan only recognized as American beef.

View breeding certificate from the American Wagyu association.
Farm/Ranch Morgan Ranch
Region Nebraska, USA
Breeding All year 100% free range and all-natural on 50 square kilometers (over 12000 acres!) in the heart of the sandhills. Sitting on the Ogallala Aquifer - the world's largest underground water resource.
Raised by Dan Morgan and family
Farming Experience Since 1934, Certified American Wagyu since 1992
Feeding Pasture grass-fed their entire life and finished on maize, alfalfa (aka. lucerne), hay, distillers grains, vitamins and minerals (all vegetarian natural feeding) for 210 days before harvesting.
Traceability 100% fully traceable from farm to fork
Hormones Never
Steroids Never
Antibiotics Never
Animal By-Products Feeding Never

Imported by Horizon Farms, Inc., Japan
Imported from Morgan Ranch Inc., USA


Beef Tri-Tip Steak Recipe Instructions

 tri-tip steak raw

Completely defrost steak in the fridge. Shortly before cooking open the pack and place on the countertop and let it breathe. 


tri-tip steak cut

For the Morgan Ranch ribeye steak we recommend the cast-iron skillet, fry pan or a Japanese-style yakiniku grill. 

The tri-tip steak can be very long and might not fit a regular fry-pan or cast iron skillet. Cutting it in half to make two smaller steaks can be of help. Two steaks are always better than one steak.

If cooking in the fry-pan or the iron skillet we highly recommend good quality butter (no added salt and preservatives) 

Slow cook and turn often. Let it sizzle. Be careful, due to the small size the tri-tip steak will cook very fast. Best served medium rare!

 tri-tip steak cooked

Take the steak off the heat once the core temperature has reached 128 degrees Fahrenheit or 53 degrees Celsius.

Remember, the steak will continue to cook as it rests. The internal temperature will rise to 130 degrees Fahrenheit or 55 degrees celcius within a few minutes making it just perfect!


trip-tip steak cut

Slice the tri-tip and serve. Use just a pinch of good quality sea salt. Eat while still warm for soft, buttery flavor and experience.



tri-tip steak fork

The tri-tip steak can also be used for Japanese-style yakiniku grilling. Simply slice into yakiniku portions while raw. Marinade or sprinkle with salt before cooking it on a Japanese yakiniku grill - just amazing!

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