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Grass-Fed Beef Tenderloin Recipe

Grass-fed Beef Tenderloin Recipe
Easy recipe for the most tender grass-fed beef tenderloin
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Prep Time
5 min
Cook Time
30 min
Prep Time
5 min
Cook Time
30 min
  1. Ramsay Hill Grass-fed Beef Tenderloin
  2. Olive Oil (or butter)
  3. Salt & Pepper to taste
  1. Rub entire Tenderloin with olive oil or butter
  2. Rub in salt and pepper to taste
  3. Sear the tenderloin on 3 separate sides on a med-hot grill creating a nice, dark, outer crust on all three sides. We did this inside so we used a fry pan on Hi on the stove to sear.
  4. Do not sear any longer than is necessary to produce a crispy crust (No more than 3 minutes per side)
  5. Place seared roast on wire rack in open roasting pan and into a 425ºF oven
  6. After 15 minutes in the oven, check the temperature of the center core of the meat with a meat thermometer to see if it has reached 135ºF
  7. Continue checking until the core reaches 135ºF
  8. When the center core of the tenderloin reaches 135ºF remove roasting pan from oven and place on cooling rack. This will yield a rare to medium rare center with more done-ness towards the outsides.
  1. Medium rare occurs at 140ºF, but the roast continues to cook after it is removed from the oven
  2. If you like it very rare, then remove when core reaches 130ºF.
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