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Beef tenderloin

Please a simple recipe for simple Ron for beef tenderloin!


  • Simple Ron,[p]Here you go
  • nodocknodock Posts: 26
    Simple Ron,
    rub with oil, salt, pepper & garlic powder....use t-rex....sear and roast...internal about 135.....cook 'till desired duness achieved....happy eating....

  • HaggisHaggis Posts: 998
    Simple Ron,[p]Trim off fat and silver skin, tie (particularly double over thin end to avoid overcooking.) Pour 1/2 cup worcestershire sauce over it and roll in a mixture of 2-3 tablespoons of cracked pepper, 2 teaspoons garlic powder, and 2 teaspoons salt. Make a boat to fit it from several layers of foil. Put on Egg at 350 indirect for 45 minutes. Should be pretty close to perfect medium rare but use a thermometer to check - pull at about 130 and let rest for ten minutes.
  • Haggis,
    Thanks,it sounds tasty.I appreciate your time!

  • nodock,
    Thanks for your reply.

  • Mike in Abita,
    Sounds great! Thanks.

  • SuperDaveSuperDave Posts: 319
    Simple Ron,
    The best Beef Tenderloin I have made on the egg, is from Bill and Cheryl Jaimesons Classic Book Smoke and Spice. "Drunk n Dirty Tenderloin"
    Basically you marinade the whole tenderloin in Bourbon and Soy Sauce for a couple of hours, remove from marinade, rub outside with lots of crushed black pepper, sear on high in a frying pan until brown. Place in Egg, with wood chips or chunks for about 1.5 to 2 hours (to desired doneness)
    I have made this many times for company, it remains one of my all time favourites. Rave reviews.[p]

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