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here's a contest winner...looks fabulous!
Add herbs of your liking, garlic and salt in your food processor, drizzle in olive oil. Run over the whole tenderloin. Let sit out for about an hour. Get your largest pan super hot. Sear on all side, about 5 minutes per side. Put in 350• oven until thermometer reads 145 in the middle. Remove, cover with foil and let rest for 30 minutes. Yum! I like to serve it with mashed potatoes, parsnips and horseradish. And sautéed green beans.
Pulling a beef tenderloin at 145F will result in, um… maybe that's a typo?
Depending upon the oven temp used, pull the roast somewhere between 125 and 130F and let it coast up to the 135-ish range.
Sorry. Definite typo.
Thanks everyone for the tips. It was outstanding!
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