Low FODMAP Diet Sirloin Beef Recipe

I made the best sirloin tip roast recipe the other day, for three reasons: 1) It required only about five minutes of effort, 2) I finally finally finally came up with a recipe that made the inside of the roast as flavorful as the outside, and 3) the roast was free!

While at Whole Foods last weekend, I decided to purchase a 2.5 lbs sirloin tip roast for this recipe, since this is a less expensive cut of meat and ideal for a slow cooker.  When I got to the register, the roast’s label wouldn’t scan.  When the cashier and manager called the meat counter, I noticed that the roast rang up as ground lamb.  As you can imagine, the per pound price of lamb is higher ($8.99) than the per pound price of a sirloin tip roast ($5.96 on sale).  The roast had rung up for $25.98.  Due to the pricing error, per the store’s correct pricing policy, I received the roast for free.  It goes without saying that’s it’s very important to always watch the prices that ring up!

This recipe makes for an extremely succulent, juicy, and flavorful roast, with next to no effort for prep or cooking.


2.5 lbs sirloin tip roast
salt and pepper
1 medium yellow onion (sliced)
1 large carrot (sliced thick)
8 – 10 small red skinned potatoes (whole, cleaned)
1/2 cup lemon juice
1/2 cup soy sauce (regular or lite)
1/2 cup Worcestershire sauce
1/4 cup water
1 tbsp steak sauce
2 tbsp chopped fresh herbs (I used parsley, thyme, oregano, and basil from my windowsill)
3 tbsp cream cheese (I used the whipped kind because that’s what was on sale)


1)  Salt and Pepper all sides of the roast.  Be liberal with the pepper.
2)  Mix the lemon juice, soy sauce Worcestershire sauce, water, steak sauce, and herbs in your slow cooker (I used my 6 quart slow cooker).
3)  Add the carrot to the slow cooker.  Place the roast in the slow cooker, and arrange the potatoes around the meat.
4)  Strew the onion on top.
5)  Cook on low for 9 hours.
6)  Once the roast is done, remove approximately 4 – 5 ladle fulls of the cooking liquid and put it in a saucepan.
7)  Over medium-high heat, stir in the cream cheese and simmer for about 5 minutes.
8)  Serve the sauce over the potatoes and the meat.

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