HOW TO COOK A TENDERLOIN ROAST - COOKIE AND CREAM PIE.
How To Cook A Tenderloin Roast
- whole tenderloin roast = tenderloin tip roast = filet mignon roast Notes: This is the most tender portion of the entire carcass, and you'll pay dearly for it. You can cut it into steaks, or make a heavenly roast beef out of it. Take care not to overcook it, because it dries out easily.
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Burgundy Pork Tenderloin - 005
I can't even begin to describe how awesome this was. The woodwork in my house absorbed the wonderful aroma of this meal while it cooked. I could smell its awesomeness in the air for three days. Heavenly. Very simple recipe. Place a pork tenderloin in a roasting pan. Slice a couple onions and put them on top of the meat (most of the onions were removed before this picture was taken). Pour 2 cups of burgundy over everything. Salt and pepper. Cook until done. You can use some of the liquid that is in the bottom of roaster to make a good gravy. Afterwards, I sliced up the rest of the meat and let it soak in the juices in the roasting pan. To die for!
final plating of CA130
I am exceedingly pleased with how well my partner and I did on this one. we had done the first one together with another classmate with rather miserable results.
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