Now Jeff seemed like he had a pretty good clue how to work a tenderloin when he walked in, but I'd like to think that we gave him a few pointers to help it turn out as beautifully as it did.
Not sure why we're talking about beef tenderloin when the holidays are over? Well, I don't think it's necessary to wait for a special occasion to prepare this simple, yet elegant and special main dish. Plus, the price per pound usually drops big time once the new year rolls around.
Check it out--here's what Jeff did:
Trim the tenderloin of all it's nastiness, then cut it into two pieces so that it will fit in the saute pan.
Heat a saute pan (NOT non-stick please) over medium-high heat with a bit of oil. Don't move it around; just set it set there for 3 or 4 minutes until a beautiful brown crust has formed.
Remove the tender from the pan and rub with something yummy (Jeff and I used a mustard-herb rub with coarse grain mustard, thyme, savory, and a touch of oil and s&p that I got from Fine Cooking Magazine 10+ years ago).
Roast until the tender reaches and internal temp of 125-135 degrees, then let rest for 10 minutes (this is important!).
Thanks for sending these in Jeff!
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I had a great time at your dessert class. The fruit tart will go great with this tenderloin the next time I make it. See you soon for another class. Deena and I really enjoy them.
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