Steak Tips Nutrition Facts



Calories, fat, protein, and carbohydrate values for Steak Tips.

Calories

There are 179 calories in Steak Tips.

179

Nutrition Facts
Steak Tips
Serving Size:

3

oz, cooked (85 grams)

Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat 85
Calories 179

% Daily Value*

Total Fat 9.4 grams

Cholesterol 71 milligrams

Sodium 45 milligrams

Potassium 275 milligrams

Total Carbohydrates 0 grams

Dietary Fiber 0 grams

Sugars 0 grams
Protein 22 grams
0%

Vitamin A

0%

Vitamin C

1.2%

Calcium

7.8%

Iron

Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

Category
Food / Beverages > Meat / Poultry / Seafood > Prepared / Processed > Meat

How long would it take to burn off 180 KCal?
Walking (3mph) 48 minutes
Running (6mph) 17 minutes
Bicycling (10mph) 25 minutes
Values estimated based on person weighing 140 lbs.

What type of meat is steak tips?

Let’s start with the basics

That being said, we should mention that while a steak tip is typically cut from sirloin, it may also be cut from flank steak, tenderloin tips, and parts of the round.

Are steak tips just cut up steak?

Steak tips are most often cut from the sirloin, but they can be cut from any part of the cow. These premium steak tips are robust and meaty thanks to the varied tender steaks they’re cut from, like tri-tip, flank steak, coulotte, and, of course, sirloin.

Are steak tips the same as sirloin steak?

Well, they are both boneless, despite their names. The top sirloin comes from the sirloin of the beef and is more tender. The sirloin tip, however, comes from the round and is a little tougher and leaner in its marbling. Additionally, there is a ridge of fat that runs along the top of the boneless top sirloin steak.

Is beef tips the same as steak?

Sirloin tips are trimmed from the “tails” of sirloin steaks and roasts — the part of the cut that extends down over ribs. Tips may also come from tenderloin or sirloin roasts, cut and trimmed in triangular shapes. Tips not only contain more fat than stew beef, they are more flavorful.

What’s another name for steak tips?

If you aren’t familiar with this cut, it could be because of its name, as it goes by many—flap meat, flap steak, loin tip steak, bottom sirloin, bavette d’aloyau—depending on your butcher and where you live.

What cut of meat do you use for beef tips?



Sirloin or Tenderloin cuts are best for making beef tips on the stove top as they don’t require as much low and slow cooking to render down and tenderize. Tender Cuts of Meat: Sirloin, Flank, Ribeye, Tenderloin.

How do you cook steak tips?

Bring a cast iron skillet to medium-high heat and add 1 tablespoon of oil. Once hot, add steak tips, discarding any excess marinade (do not pour in sauce). Sear steaks for 4-5 minutes per side for medium rare. Depending on the thickness, it may take more or less time.

What can I substitute for sirloin tips?

Sirloin tips can be substituted with any cubed tender steak – cube your own sirloin, flank steak, or tenderloin. I do not recommend using cubed stew meat – this cut of meat tends to be tough and is better cooked low and slow in a stew.