how to bbq beef tenderloin steaks

Grilled Beef Tenderloin Steaks are one of my favourite things in the entire world. This is a simple, quick and incredibly tasty way to make them. Keep it simple and let the quality of the beef stand on its own.

There are just some cuts of meat you covet. Ones that require very little messing with. Beef Tenderloin is one of those special cuts. It is wildly expensive so I buy it whole and break it down myself. Yes, I’m THAT girl. Deal with it.

I tend to love Costco for buying meat. They have amazing beef at our store in the city. I’ve always loved beef tenderloin but never purchased it until a couple of years ago. It was too expensive. Then I learned how to cut it up myself. Learning how to break down large cuts is a game changer.

I cut mine so I can get 1 roast, at least 3 to 4 meals of steaks, then any small trimmings go into a pile for making stir fry. I usually get at least 2 stir fry meals out of one tenderloin. Then I grind the chain and we use that for burgers or pasta sauces. Nothing goes to waste. I’m always impressed how many meals I can get out of 1 piece. I buy the least expensive one I can find that looks amazing. So usually for about $60 to $70 I can get 8 to 10 meals. Not too shabby if you ask me. Occasionally I’ll buy a bigger one for about $100 if I can swing it, but usually it’s just too much dough for me to shell out.

The next time I pick one up I’ll shoot a video for you. That way any one who wants to learn how to do it can pick up some tips. You will be surprised how easy it is.

In the meantime, one of my favourite things to do when we buy tenderloin is to grill it immediately. I’m usually tripping over my own feet trying to get out to the grill quickly. If we have leftovers, which is rare, I’ll make them into a stir fry or a steak sandwich that will blow your mind. That’s another little treat for another post. I swear my grilled steak sammies are better than sex. No lie.

Okay I keep getting distracted. Let’s get to those beef tenderloin steaks before all hell breaks loose. Focus!

Our Leahy’s Angus Beef Tenderloin Filets are wonderful when grilled, but you need to be careful not to overcook the filets. It can be easy to overcook these prized pieces of meat, and with something so delicate, you don’t want to cook them too long! Never fear, this simple recipe will help you perfectly grill your filets.

Grilled Beef Tenderloin Steaks are one of my favourite things in the entire world. This is a simple, quick and incredibly tasty way to make them. Keep it simple and let the quality of the beef stand on its own.

The next time I pick one up I’ll shoot a video for you. That way any one who wants to learn how to do it can pick up some tips. You will be surprised how easy it is.

There are just some cuts of meat you covet. Ones that require very little messing with. Beef Tenderloin is one of those special cuts. It is wildly expensive so I buy it whole and break it down myself. Yes, I’m THAT girl. Deal with it.

In the meantime, one of my favourite things to do when we buy tenderloin is to grill it immediately. I’m usually tripping over my own feet trying to get out to the grill quickly. If we have leftovers, which is rare, I’ll make them into a stir fry or a steak sandwich that will blow your mind. That’s another little treat for another post. I swear my grilled steak sammies are better than sex. No lie.

It’s a good idea to do a few of each kind when entertaining. I usually have three plates so we have choices for our guests. The easiest way I’ve found to keep track of which plate is which is to colour code them. Red plate for rare, Pink plate for medium, and a brown or black plate for well done. I know, it’s such a girlie thing to do but it works like a charm when you have a group of people wanting to know which is which. Trust me!

Rating 4.6 (15) Directions. Rub meat with olive oil and crushed garlic. Sprinkle with tenderizer. Cover, and refrigerate for 30 minutes.

FAQ

Can you cut a beef tenderloin into steaks to grill?

Filet mignon is cut from the beef tenderloin, which is why it’s sometimes called a tenderloin steak. The entire tenderloin roast is a large cut that’s extremely versatile. It can be cooked whole for a spectacular dinner, but it can also be cut into a beautiful stack of amazing steaks.

Is beef tenderloin good for grilling?

Beef tenderloin is another big meal which can seem daunting to grill but is not. With most meals, time and temperature are key. Use time to stay in the ballpark and temperature to remove the meat from the grill at the exact measure of your liking. For me, it’s 125° F and a short rest for a perfect medium rare.

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