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I have a 7 ½ lb Beef Tenderloin ....

 
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I have a 7 ½ lb Beef Tenderloin, I don't eat a lot of red meat. Anyone have any suggestions as to what I could do with it?
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Re: I have a 7 ½ lb Beef Tenderloin ....
Ensure it's not Horse!
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Re: I have a 7 ½ lb Beef Tenderloin ....
Ensure it's not Horse!
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^^^ THIS ^^^
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Re: I have a 7 ½ lb Beef Tenderloin ....
enjoy it i gave up meat for lent.

then i heard that there is people and horse in the meat
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Re: I have a 7 ½ lb Beef Tenderloin ....
Ensure it's not Horse!
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^^^ THIS ^^^
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It is beef. Not horse. How do I know this? Because it is from my friend's herd of beef cattle.
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Re: I have a 7 ½ lb Beef Tenderloin ....
I would section it into steaks throw some in the freezer. Then when you get down to the end where you cant make proper steaks cut that up into thin slices and use it for stir fry.
With the steaks you can do a beef wellington.
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Re: I have a 7 ½ lb Beef Tenderloin ....
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Okay - that looks delicious!
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Re: I have a 7 ½ lb Beef Tenderloin ....
Ensure it's not Horse!
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Neigh, surely not!
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Re: I have a 7 ½ lb Beef Tenderloin ....
I have a 7 ½ lb Beef Tenderloin, I don't eat a lot of red meat. Anyone have any suggestions as to what I could do with it?
 Quoting: amachiavellian


Boy do I ever. eyebat

(Just kidding.)

If it's freshfresh, I would recommend trying it raw...carpaccio. (You can sear it lightly on the outside if you absolutely must.) Shave slices as thin as you can possibly get it. Arrange in a circle on a plate and drizzle with good olive oil and lots of fresh squeezed lemon juice, S&P to taste, and add some arugula and shaved parm to the center of the plate. Capers and onions are a nice touch. Serve with some warm crusty bread.

Cut steaks from the rest.
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Try this my frend [link to www.youtube.com]
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Re: I have a 7 ½ lb Beef Tenderloin ....
I have a 7 ½ lb Beef Tenderloin, I don't eat a lot of red meat. Anyone have any suggestions as to what I could do with it?
 Quoting: amachiavellian


Boy do I ever. eyebat

(Just kidding.)

If it's freshfresh, I would recommend trying it raw...carpaccio. (You can sear it lightly on the outside if you absolutely must.) Shave slices as thin as you can possibly get it. Arrange in a circle on a plate and drizzle with good olive oil and lots of fresh squeezed lemon juice, S&P to taste, and add some arugula and shaved parm to the center of the plate. Capers and onions are a nice touch. Serve with some warm crusty bread.

Cut steaks from the rest.
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It is about as fresh as it can get and I actually have all the ingredients on hand aside the capers!

Thanks !
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Try this my frend [link to www.youtube.com]
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Also looks delicious! Whiskey peppercorn sauce .... yummmm
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Re: I have a 7 ½ lb Beef Tenderloin ....
How do you like your meat mate? Maggots? Shit? Human skin??

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Re: I have a 7 ½ lb Beef Tenderloin ....
How do you like your meat mate? Maggots? Shit? Human skin??


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Stuff it Mate. Read the thread first, then post.

I mean come on, there's like 14 responses.

That is all.
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Re: I have a 7 ½ lb Beef Tenderloin ....
I have a 7 ½ lb Beef Tenderloin, I don't eat a lot of red meat. Anyone have any suggestions as to what I could do with it?
 Quoting: amachiavellian


Cut it into steaks. Grill over a wood fire, salt and pepper, medium to medium rare.

Or marinate with a little soy sauce, worschester sauce a little chopped green onion a few hours before grilling.

For salt and pepper get McCormick Montreal Steak Grill Mates seasoning.
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Re: I have a 7 ½ lb Beef Tenderloin ....
cut it into steaks.

use one of the other recipes for tonight.

for tommorrow night-marinate a piece in sherry in the fridge for 24hrs.

Dont overcook it,the alcohol will start the cooking process.just a quick sear each side.
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Re: I have a 7 ½ lb Beef Tenderloin ....
that thing belongs in a slow cooker with potatoes and vegetables...
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02/13/2013 06:41 PM
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Re: I have a 7 ½ lb Beef Tenderloin ....
Here's my winner for tonight (thank you AC-532455). I'll have it with fire roasted red peppers and boiled baby reds -




For an appetizer, I'm going with -

If it's freshfresh, I would recommend trying it raw...carpaccio. (You can sear it lightly on the outside if you absolutely must.) Shave slices as thin as you can possibly get it. Arrange in a circle on a plate and drizzle with good olive oil and lots of fresh squeezed lemon juice, S&P to taste, and add some arugula and shaved parm to the center of the plate. Capers and onions are a nice touch. Serve with some warm crusty bread.
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To the dude that wants it in a slow cooker I say NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!

This turned out pretty cool actually. I got 8 really nice steaks (about 6-8oz ea), about a 2 ½lb roast and about 1 ½lbs of hunks I could use for a stew (slow cooker - there ya go dude), or beef stroganoff.


Thank you all people - You're awesome!

Last Edited by amachiavellian on 02/13/2013 07:05 PM
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