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Any Suggestions for Beef Tenderloin Scraps?

I got a great looking Beef Tenderloin at Sam's for $5.99 per lb. After cutting into 9 steaks, I have about a pound of meat left from the ends. Any ideas on what to do with this primo hunk of scrap?


  • djm5x9djm5x9 Posts: 1,342
    Irish Smoker:[p]Premium chili with small chunks of wonderful meat?[p]
  • GfwGfw Posts: 1,598
    <p />djm5x9, sounds like a great idea to me - since I'm down to my last container of frozen chili, I do believe this weekend will see a new batch bubbling on the egg.

    [ul][li]Balck Bean Chili[/ul]
  • KennyGKennyG Posts: 949
    Irish Smoker,[p]Pizza toppings! Now before you start laughing, I once came across a Ma and Pa pizza parlor in Columbus OH that offered a steak and lobster pizza as their specialty. It was sensational and expensive. Thank goodness for expense accounts. The meat was cut into 1/2 inch cubes and arrived on the finished pie as medium to medium well.[p]K~G

  • Irish Smoker,
    What about braised tips and noddles? Do the meat (in small chunks) in a cast iron skillet on the Egg, then simmer 'em in the same skillet on the Egg with a good gravy and then on to the noodles! That's eatin' par-Eggcellence![p]Dr. C [p]p.s.: make sure you got fresh homemade bread to go with it!

  • Irish Smoker, quick feeze the remains,, when solid, place them in a ziploc bag,, wrap in several layers of newspaper, secure them in a FedX shipping box, and I will email you the remaining steps to complete the process. :^)

  • JamesJames Posts: 232
    Irish Smoker,[p]Make up some greep peppercorn sauce. You use storebought (knorrs), but you always need to add more green peppercorns.[p]Cut them into medallion sized bits. Then cook them up either in a pan or on the egg.[p]put the cooked meat on a plate and cover generously with Peppercorn sauce. It's fabulous, and one of my favorite dishes... Man I'm hungry!![p]I'm having egg withdrawl.. I'm on a long business trip. Say, are you actually in Ireland? [p][p]
  • James,[p]I'm a fraud, I'm not in Ireland. I'm in Tennessee, but all of my grandparents were born in Ireland, My family has been American for only two generations. I'm quite proud of my heritage and came up with the name after I read "Angela's Ashes"

  • JimWJimW Posts: 450
    Irish Smoker,
    If the pieces have any size to them you might try some marinated kebobs.

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