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tenderloin steak
Lean, with a buttery texture, the tenderloin is the most tender of all of the beef cuts.
The tenderloin spans both the short loin and the sirloin and has an oblong shape. This cut is often called "Filet Mignon", although a true filet Mignon is only the thinnest tail portion of the tenderloin.

Why it's great:
The tenderloin has minimal fat marbling, which is great for those who prefer a lean steak that is still very tender.

How to serve: Tenderloin Steak is so tender you can get creative with your cooking methods. A great way to cook this cut is to sear it first so it gets a nice crusty exterior, then roast it. It's perfect for a romantic dinner or as a centerpiece for a holiday feast. You could also wrap it in bacon for added flavour and drizzle it with a combination of balsamic vinegar and soy sauce.

Tenderloin Recipes